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Bush warns Congress not to load the (Economic Stimulus) deal with spending projects or delay sending it to his desk for a signature. Although it may not be everything Republicans want, he said, the package of payments to workers and incentives for business investment puts money in the hands of everyday Americans […]
The devil is in the details
Once a rebate is decided on, the IRS could start mailing out checks by the end of June since the agency is now in the middle of the 2007 tax-filing season, said Jason Furman, a senior fellow at the Brookings […]
The Quakers have a wonderful website, AFSC.ORG , that keeps tally of the dollars being flushed down the war toilet. They have posted alternative directions this enormous amount of money could be better spent. This country contains well over 300 Million souls. The quality of life is rapidly being thrown in two directions; […]
September 23rd, 2007 | Category: 1984, Accountability, Anti-War, Armageddon, arrogance, Black Ops, budget, Bush, Children, CHIPS, civil liberties, Clean Energy, Collateral, Corruption, Crooks, displaced persons, Dollars, economics, Education, EPA, Excuses, executive privilege, FDA, FEMA, fraud, Health Care, Hypocracy, Immigration, infrastructure, Mercenaries, negligence, no-bid contract, Oil, Oversight, Povery, profiteers, resonsibility, SCHIPS, Tax Dollars, troops, US Treasury, veterans benefits, War, War Contractors, War Cost, Waste | 6 comments
Federal No-Bid Contracts On Rise
Use of Favored Firms A Common ShortcutUnder pressure from the White House and Congress to deliver a long-delayed plan last year, officials at the Department of Homeland Security‘s counter-narcotics office took a shortcut that has become common at federal agencies: They hired help through a no-bid contract. […]
August 22nd, 2007 | Category: Bush, Cheney, Congress, Contractors, Corporate corruption, Corruption, Favored Firms, no-bid contract, Orwellian, Outsource, President, profiteers, resonsibility, Scandal, Tax Dollars, taxpayers, The Divider, The Liar, US Treasury, War Contractors, War Cost, White House | Leave a comment
China’s US$1.3 trillion in foreign exchange reserves are the largest in the world and are believed to be comprised largely of dollar assets, potentially giving Beijing enormous sway over the dollar’s value and currency markets worldwide.
…. Chinese government economists as saying China would dump its dollar holdings in the event of a […]
August 12th, 2007 | Category: appropriation, Armageddon, betrayal, Casualties, China, Collateral, Contractors, Corruption, cover up, Crooks, disinformation, Dollars, DoubleSpeak, FEMA, Homeland Security, Hypocracy, infrastructure, national security, Oil, Outsource, Oversight, Pentagon Corruption, profiteers, resonsibility, Ron Paul, state of emergency, Tax Dollars, taxpayers, The Divider, The Liar, Time Bomb, US Treasury, War Cost | 9 comments
Sunday, June 17, 2007 posted by Munaeem, in Pakistan
Pakistan : Shameful Behavior of the Opposition
It pained and embarrassed me when I saw our opposition leaders flocking around US emissaries visiting Islamabad. The purpose of their meeting is to solicit US help to topple […]
June 17th, 2007 | Category: Accountability, administration, American, Arab Nations, Armageddon, Arms Trade, Baluchistan, Bush, Casualties, Cheney, Collateral, Corporate corruption, Corruption, Democracy In Action, dictatorship, economics, Human Rights, Hypocracy, India, IPI Pipeline, Iran, Islamabad, Lieberman, Middle East, Musharraf, Oil, Pakistan, Pentagon Corruption, President, Private Armies, Proxy War, resonsibility, Tehran, US Treasury, War, War Contractors, War Cost, War Crimes | 7 comments
Iraq Contractors Face Growing Parallel War As Security Work Increases, So Do Casualties
By Steve Fainaru Washington Post Foreign Service Saturday, June 16, 2007; Page A01
BAGHDAD — Private security companies, funded by billions of dollars in U.S. military and State Department contracts, are fighting insurgents on a widening scale […]
June 16th, 2007 | Category: abuse, Accountability, administration, Afghanistan, Armageddon, Arms Trade, Baghdad, Bahrain, battlefield, Black Ops, Blackwater, Casualties, Cheney, CIA, Cold War, Collateral, Corporate corruption, Corporate Corruption, Corruption, covert, Democracy In Action, Halliburton, Hypocracy, Iran, Iraq, Joint Chiefs, KBR, Legacy, Middle East, military, Moqtada al-Sadr, Oil, Outsource, Pentagon Corruption, Politics, President, Private Armies, Proxy War, resonsibility, Scandal, Soldiers, Syria, Taliban, taxpayers, United States, US Treasury, War Cost, War on Terror | 2 comments
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