Results for politicians
- A Parable
Once upon a time, the people in a town decided to safeguard their valuables. They constructed a huge storehouse and put a trustworthy person in change of it. When people had business, they would ask their trustee and he would make appropriate ...
Forum topic - Wendy S. Delmater - Feb 20 2012 - 8:54pm - 9 comments
- Is your senator a bankster?
What we have now is a group of politicians with shifting alliances on a case-by-case basis to the special interests who fund them. And currently, the most damaging one to our nation is the rise of the Bankster Party. Thankfully, we can now better ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - May 8 2010 - 9:41pm - 6 comments
- Omar Ahmad: political change with pen and paper
How to deal with politicains. Email, Phone, face to face, contribute. What actually works. Video: http://www.ted.com/talks/omar_ahmad_political_change_with_pen_and_paper.... Re: Omar Ahmad: political change with pen and paper ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Apr 28 2010 - 2:47pm - 1 comment
- Big money and big politics
Bill Moyers has really done a good job letting everyone have insight to what really is going on in Washington D.C. With more and more lobbyists moving right next to capital hill. Where money corrupts everyone. I have stated before my belief that nothing ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Jan 11 2010 - 9:01pm - 0 comments
- 5 ways drug companies put profits before patients
When it comes right down to it, drug companies don’t look at us as patients, they look at us as consumers. Their primary goal is not to discover new drugs to make us healthier, but rather to make their shareholders happy by keeping short term profits ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Sep 10 2009 - 10:31pm - 0 comments
- What will it take "America!" for you to take action?
video We the People stimulus package (Current News & Events, banks, Congress, constitution, Fed, fiat money, freedom, politicians, taxes, We the People, Must Read) videoWe the People stimulus ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Jul 4 2009 - 6:36pm - 0 comments