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Op-Ed Wall Street’s Jet Setters

Wall Street’s Socialist Jet-Setters By MAUREEN DOWD – Published: January 27, 2009 How are these ruthless, careless ghouls who murdered the economy still walking around (not to mention that sociopathic sadist Bernie Madoff?) — and not as perps? Bring on the shackles. Let the show trials begin. Very frustrating indeed, but I don’t know of any means of invoking a change. We can complain on the net and raise virtual pitchforks in anger… but there’s nothing which will come of it.

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Re: Memo to All My Valued Employees

Here’s my response to the following “letter” which I received as a forward today: Letter subject: “Memo to All My Valued Employees” Basic gist of the letter: Most of my time is now occupied with government mandates and regulations and all the accounting that goes with them. On October 15th, I wrote a check to the US Treasury for $288,000 for quarterly taxes. You know what my “stimulus” check was?

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Obama’s 27 year old speech writter…

Helping to Write History By Eli Saslow Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, December 18, 2008; Page A01 During the campaign, the buzz-cut 27-year-old at the corner table helped write and edit some of the most memorable speeches of any recent presidential candidate. When Obama moves to the White House next month, Favreau will join his staff as the youngest person ever to be selected as chief speechwriter. He helps shape almost every word Obama says, yet the two men have formed a concert so harmonized that Favreau’s own voice disappears.

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Wonderful Subversive Advertising

15 Ingenious Humanitarian Subvertisements: Creative Advertisements that Advocate Global Causes more: http://weburbanist.com/2008/02/05/15-ingenious-humanitarian-subvertisements-creative-advertisements-that-advocate-global-causes/

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Recently read an excellent article on walmart’s perception as evil.

An excellent article on Walmart being evil or not – a fairly objective seeming overview of the major points of discussion for the different camps on Walmart. That’s a good thing, right? If a company achieves its lower prices by finding better and smarter ways of doing things, then yes, everybody wins. But if it cuts costs by cutting pay and benefits–or by sending production to China–then not everybody wins.