It is doubtful that most Republican voters are aware they are being used as programmed pawns to further enrich the top 1% at the expense of taxpayers. Many have their noses so deep in the posteriors of O’Reilly and Hannity at Fox News that they cannot accept the truth that corporations like Walmart and McDonalds have and continue to get filthy rich by being subsidized by the taxpayers. How, you may ask?
There’s an affliction in journalism. It’s called boosterism. A lot of reporters go all weak in the knees on some stories and put an upbeat spin on players, whether individuals or institutions, instead of scrutinizing them.
WASHINGTON — The vast majority of Americans listening to the vast majority of words coming out of Jay Carney’s mouth would find it a vastly confusing user experience.
GOLDFIELD — It’s a question most travelers ask themselves sooner or later when they reach a new destination whether it’s in the heart of the big city or way out in the middle of Nevada: What would it be like to live here?
t was sometime during the mid-1990s. The Mexican Peso was suffering a steep devaluation. It was about the time Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gotari was on his way out of office in 1994.
A few days ago, the Nevada Supreme Court refused to intervene in a court case to correct a case of religious bigotry.