Category Archives: Corporatism

WikiLeaks


Is the 1st Amendment worth two minutes of your time? Continue reading

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Deepwater Horizon: If you aren’t pissed, you aren’t paying attention


Jason Anderson of Texas made extensive plans for his family in the weeks before the Deepwater Horizon accident. He was preparing in case of his death, according to his wife, because he was that worried about the safety of the rig. Continue reading

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Finallly, the MSM remembers that people died on the Deepwater Horizon


t’s time we remember the dead, and start to discuss the value of human life. The ecological damage is terrible, but so is the blatant disregard for the life of those roughnecks. Continue reading

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Deepwater Horizon, BP, and Halliburton


What, you haven’t heard that Halliburton is involved in the massive oil spill currently despoiling Gulf fishing and shrimping, and threatening your favorite Florida beaches and the Keys? Continue reading

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Socialized risk, privatized profit


If the corporation wants to take the risk, it should be required to pay the bill when the risk doesn’t pay off. Continue reading

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