March 14, 2012

Pilgrims Fled Socialism To Come To America

January 10, 2012
We need to elect some porn stars to congress

If we are going to get fucked, lets have it be by a pro. 

September 3, 2011
Pay to say? Campaign cash offers clues on AT&T, T-Mobile merger


Lawmakers reacted sharply this week when the Justice Department went to court to block the AT&T/T-Mobile.

September 3, 2011
Study: CEO pay tops tax bill

Twenty-five of the highest-paid chief executive officers in the United States made more money last year than their companies paid in taxes, according to a liberal think tank report on Wednesday.

For those CEOs whose income exceeded their companies’ federal income tax payments, pay averaged $16.7 million, according to a study of 100 publicly traded corporations by the Institute for Policy Studies. The institute also found that many of the firms spent far more on lobbying than on taxes.

Continue ReadingThe report revealed eBay paid CEO John Donahoe $12.4 million in salary and other compensation — but the company reported a $131 million refund on its 2010 federal income taxes. And at General Electric, where CEO Jeff Immelt raked in $15.2 million, the company received a $3.3 billion refund and dropped $41.8 million on lobbying and political campaigns. And at Boeing, CEO Jim McNerney takes home $13.8 million, while the company paid $13 million in taxes and spent $20.8 million on lobbying in 2010.S&P 500 CEOs, on average, had compensation of $10.8 million last year, up 27.8 percent from 2009.

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