4/30/2009

Banks Beat Homeowners: Foreclosure Bill Killed In Senate

Vote out all incumbents. We have seen time and time again how they are completely out of touch with what the voters want and pander to corporate interests. This is entrenched in the system, and is bad news for the citizens of the US.

Banks Beat Homeowners: Foreclosure Bill Killed In Senate

Time to Get Tough On Credit Card Companies

Filed under: Bankster,Congress Whacked,Corruption — 4:23 pm

I would guess that with Senator Dodd sponsoring this bill we would definitely look through the small/micro print…Has anyone noticed the amount of $$$ being donated to campaigns from the banksters??

OP-ED: Time to Get Tough On Credit Card Companies

I’ve introduced the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act. It prevents credit card companies from tricking consumers into paying additional interest and fees. It protects the rights of financially responsible credit card users.

And perhaps most importantly, it prevents “any-time, any reason” increases in interest rates and changes in terms.

Specter’s JFK Specter

Filed under: Congress Whacked,Conspiracy,WTF??? — 12:32 pm

Specter’s JFK Specter

America’s Economic Report

Filed under: Congress Whacked,Corporate Whacked,GREEN — 12:22 pm

Since the beginning of the year 22,000 green technology jobs have been outsourced to India

America’s Economic Report – Daily

How “The NAFTA Flu” Exploded

Filed under: Corporate Whacked,Health Care — 11:25 am

How “The NAFTA Flu” Exploded

Power Hungry: Visualizing The U.S. Electric Grid

Filed under: Energy,Interesting — 11:23 am

NPR: Power Hungry: Visualizing The U.S. Electric Grid

House transportation committee chairman wants mileage-based tax to pay for highway programs

Filed under: Congress Whacked,WTF??? — 11:18 am

Just a thought, I do not see any figures for just how much money we are talking about. It would seem to me that if we quit the current wars that we are participating in then the highway programs would be chump change…What happens when the president says there will be no mileage taxes and yet Congress wants them???

House transportation committee chairman wants mileage-based tax to pay for highway programs

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