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New York City's homeless population has a new stated enemy: the public employees who are paid to protect and serve them.
"They have no responsibility to pay taxes. They have no responsibility to their clients," Sachs says of Wall Street players.
In a letter as part of a packet sent to all 45,000 employees of Georgia Pacific, Koch Industries' president and CIO describes what will happen if Obama's "cronies" are given four more years.
The Koch brothers are serious about their oppo research if they made this guy watch The Hangover 2.
"This is New York City; no one tells us what neighborhood to live in or what team to root for."
On July 8 Romney will meet with the Koch brothers at David Koch's Long Island home, and protesters are ready.
Cheney played all his greatest hits since leaving office, like "[Obama] has been an unmitigated disaster to the country."
“Rapacious, intolerant, nonempathetic capitalism that says lie, cheat, steal, it’s only the bottom line that matters—aside from being morally repugnant, it’s got a dim future."
For those who hope that the Koch brothers will be shamed into renouncing their plutocratic status, Charles Koch has bad news.
The state has ordered gas companies to stop injecting "millions of gallons of brine and other waste liquids" into the ground near Youngstown until scientists can pinpoint what was going on.
Under the current tax code, billionaires pay less on capital gains earnings than anyone making more than $34,500 in wages.
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