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Sunday, February 12, 2017

The Empire strikes back: Neo-cons try try to undermine President Trump by pushing for Carbon Tax

While both Brexit and the election of Donald Trump to the office of the President were major blows for the Establishment, and the oligarchy that has held power over the West for almost 70 years, these power mongers did not go away despite the rising tide of populism that has changed the political field since 2016.

And in what a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Housing told Greg Hunter in an interview with USA Watchdog earlier this morning, the Empire is not only not down and out, but they are striking back from multiple angles to bog down Trump's plans to Make America Great Again.

So with this in mind it should come as no surprise when just last week, three old washed up neo-cons went to Washington to try to lobby one of President Trump's advisers on pushing through a Carbon Tax scheme, in an attempt to undermine the new Executive's agenda to Make America Great Again.

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A group of former Republican officials (including James A. Baker, Henry Paulson, George P. Shultz, Marty Feldstein and Greg Mankiw) are proposing a carbon tax starting the tax at $40 per ton, that would gradually increase. 
The proceeds of the tax would be distributed to every American.
The average family of four would receive $2,000 annually in dividends. As the tax rises, so would their dividends. Since everyone would receive the same amount of revenue from the tax regardless of their income level, the dividend would make a bigger difference for poorer families than for wealthier ones. 
It’s a win-win: Less carbon in the atmosphere and more equal distribution of income.
That it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make the idea any less worthy. 
I’m aware that some on the left would rather use revenues from such a tax to invest in clean energy and other social causes rather than return the revenues directly to the public. That detail can be worked out. 
The idea is getting a hearing in the White House. And in these dreadful times, that’s good news indeed. - Bill Moyers
For those who don't know, carbon taxes are the end game goal of the elites to change the monetary system from a metals based foundation to one underwritten by energy.  It is the dream of a group of academics from back in the 1930's who called themselves the Technocratic Society, of which this idea was later co-opted by former professor and National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who saw the petro-dollar as the second step towards tying money to energy as the means of controlling the global population.

It is ironic that a group of former Republicans are behind this new scheme to tax the human race for simply living, working, and breathing, while trying to sell it through offering these same people the carrot of free money.  But in the end what Americans should really be focusing on is the fact that there are no such things as Republicans and Democrats in our government, but only the delineation between those who are part of the oligarchy, and those who are not.

Friday, June 26, 2015

TPP: Republicans will always stand with Obama when their corporate masters order them to

Well, it’s been seven months since the Republicans overwhelmingly took control over both Houses of Congress, and it appears that the old axiom is still correct… meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Because contrary to the public’s opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty, the sure fire way that the Republican party will always stand with President Obama is when their corporate masters pay them to, and order them to pass or vote on legislation meant to increase power to banks and businesses.
 
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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Republicans create political stunt by passing their own Buffett Rule tax scheme

On Sept. 20, the Republican led House of Representatives passed what was in essence a political stunt, by countering President Obama's 'tax the rich' debate with their own Buffett Rule legislation.  In the House bill, rich people like Warren Buffett, who have publically stated that the rich, including themselves, do not pay enough in taxes, could voluntarily give more money to the Federal government to help offset the deficit.

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The House on Wednesday passed Republicans' own version of the Buffett Rule, which allows wealthy Americans to voluntarily pony up to reduce the deficit.

The bill, labeled the Buffett Rule Act, passed by voice vote, meaning Democrats and Republicans agreed with it. Under the legislation, which would still need Senate approval, taxpayers could check a box on their taxes and send in a check for more than they owe to the IRS.

"If Warren Buffett and others like him truly feel they're not paying enough in taxes, they can use the Buffett Rule Act to put their money where their mouth is and voluntarily send in more to pay down the national debt, rather than changing the entire tax code to inflict more job-killing tax hikes on hard-working Americans," said Rep. Steve Scalise, the Louisiana Republican who wrote the bill. - Washington Times

The ironic thing however, and why this is more of a political stunt by Republicans during an election year, is that people already have the choice to give more in tax revenues to the government, through voluntary means, or by limiting deductions they could legally take on their returns.

At the core of the division between the rich and the 99%ers, is that many of the rich and powerful want the tax code to keep out new Americans from entering their segregated domain, thus limiting the elite club that runs the country from the back rooms and corporations.  For the poor, and those 50%  who are dependant upon government handouts for their daily subsistance, the gibsmedat mentality will always overshadow the drive to work smarter and harder, and to use the system millions of others have used in our history to accumulate wealth, and better their lots in life.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Republican leadership breaks 2010 campagin promise by saying they will fund Obamacare

Every two to four years, the American people flock from one political party to the next, telling themselves that THIS TIME it will be different.  Well, according to Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner, not only is today not different, but in fact, it is the same.  In an interview on July 24, Boehner said that the Republicans will not allow the government to shut down during the coming debt ceiling debate, and will in fact vote to fund Obamacare.



When asked whether the House Republicans would permit or not permit funding for Obamacare in whatever legislation is enacted to fund the government after Sept. 30--when the current funding legislation runs out--House Speaker John Boehner responded that "our goal would be to make sure the government is funded," thus indicating that House Republicans do plan to fund implementation of Obamacare past Sept. 30. - CNS News

Is it too late for Americans to realize that the Republicans and Democrats are simply two sides of the same coin?  The election of 2012 will eventually bear this out as the people choose between a Marxist (Obama) and Globalist progressive (Romney), to the detriment of what is left of America.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

New Republican budget seeks to cut taxes and shrink tax system

The Republican party should know that any attempt to submit a budget before the Senate and the President will come to naught, but perhaps gaining a little political capital from voters may be the reason.  On March 20th, a Republican coalition led by Paul Ryan forged a budget which cuts taxes for both individuals and corporate bodies, and removes several 'tiers' as well as the dreaded AMT.

While it has no chance of passage, the GOP 2013 budget, details of which have been leaked by the WSJ, proposes slashing corporate and individual tax rates, collapsing the current six tax bracket system into just two tiers (10% and 25%), lowering top corporate tax rate to 25% and scrapping the anachronism that is the AMT, or Alternative Minimum Tax. Finally, the proposed plan would nearly eliminate U.S. taxes on American corporations' earnings from overseas operations: something which companies with foreign cash would be rather happy to hear. - Zerohedge


While the jealousy class, otherwise known as the 1% of the 99%ers will not be thrilled with corporations receiving tax breaks, the rest of America should take a second look and realize the potential of what this means.  Because of the draconian tax system, companies have been shipping jobs, money, and infrastructure offshore for more than a decade, causing 8 million jobs to be lost in industrial and manufacturing sectors.  If companies were given cause to bring back the TRILLIONS of dollars they keep out of the American economy, then you would have an automatic force majeure in the financial system, and it, more than Obama's trillion dollar failed 'shovel ready' job program, would help bring the US out of recession, and start putting Americans back to work.

And with the removal of the tier system of taxation, maybe put some IRS agents OUT of work.