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Populism VII

Repost from the Heritage Foundation blog… imagine… the idea of “servant leadership“… ~~~ Yesterday’s Rasmussen poll reveals what anyone who has been watching the news for the past year already knows — Americans are angry. They are angry at their government and its failures to provide solutions to the current problems. According to today’s poll, […]

Populism V

From Finextra: ~~~ A group of 48 non-profits are tapping YouTube, Twitter and facebook for a UK campaign to introduce a “Robin Hood tax” on banks that they argue could raise hundreds of billions of pounds a year to fight poverty and climate change. The coalition of charities, aid agencies, green groups and unions is calling […]

Populism IV

Repost from the Huffington Post: New Mexico House Votes 65-0 To Move State’s Money To Credit Unions, Community Banks ~~~ “New Mexico’s House of Representatives voted Monday to pass a bill that allows the state to move $2 billion – $5 billion of state funds to credit unions and small banks. The municipal funds bill was […]

Populism III

From the Huffington Post news of 89 year old women tossing her virginity in her fight against the credit lending practices of the card companies…. ~~~ John Clinton Tuttle of Seattle, Wash. is waging guerrilla warfare against high interest rates and other depredations of the credit card industry. He’s literally sticking it to ’em — […]

Populism II

Populism I

In the recent debates in Washington the term “Populism” has been derided… Personally I believe it is our only hope for the continuation and success of our nation going forward. Populism is the counterweight to corporatism… and I think the nation has had enough of that… I’ll be writing about it here and there… but […]