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Links 1 through 10 of 78 by Steph Mineart tagged corruption

Just like they cheat and lie and steal elections. Par for the course.

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"Charles Koch, whose wealth Forbes magazine calculates at about $21.5 billion, argues in his letter that “prosperity is under attack by the current administration and many of our elected officials.” He repeatedly warns about the “internal assault” and “unrelenting attacks” on freedom and prosperity." - Really? Who the hell is prosperous right now in America? Because those are the folks we need to be investigating for white collar crime.

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This is what happens when you privatize what should be public services - mercenary tactics and corporate greed.

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"By now, most people have heard about the voter fraud allegations being leveled against Charlie White, the embattled Republican candidate for secretary of state." The story is grimmer than it first appears - he does need to be prosecuted for voter fraud.

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No wonder the plan stinks - there's corruption in it. One of Mayor Ballard's advisors is a lobbyist for the company that's trying to snatch our parking meters out from under us - the guy will make fat cash.

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Since 1999, Prudential has used so-called retained-asset accounts, which allow the company to withhold lump-sum payments due to survivors and earn investment income on the money for itself.

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I should say not. And can we go a step further? Beyond not re-electing politicians who vote FOR tax cuts for the wealthy? Can we burn them in effigy as well?

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Once outside the concert, Smith and the other trainees were finally given an option and told to split into two groups: those who wanted to attend, and those who did not. Smith and about 80 others decided not to attend, even though they were obviously being "pressured" to do so. Smith and the others were sent back to their barracks on "lockdown," a punishment that Smith said withholds even basic freedoms like using their own electronics.

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