Friday, July 2, 2010

July 02 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: If You REALLY Liked What You Are Doing For A Living... You'd Pay THEM!

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Cabale News ServiceJuly 02 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: 'Work Is The Curse Of The Living Class'... If You REALLY Liked What You Are Doing For A Living You'd Pay Them

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$37 billion dollars for the war we are losing in Afghanistan is ok'd by the House of Representatives after a small revolt by the Out Of Afghanistan caucus. More.

General Petraeus went to NATO Headquarters in Belgium for a pep talk yesterday and is now in Afghanistan assembling his staff.

Congress has gone home for the holidays without passing the unemployment benefits extension bill...Even as the headlines read: "U.S. Experiencing Worst Episode of Prolonged Unemployment Since Great Depression". Does your congress-cretin care?

Welcome to the bottom of the economic ladder - In California if you're a state worker, you're going to be working for minimum wage today... so it would behoove you to take a long Indy Day weekend.

The Russian 'Suburban Spy" ring was up to something, but no one knows what...

We DO know what their cocktail parties looked like though:

(The President's Analyst, James Coburn, 1967)

In light of the commentary, Auntie Imperial (She's a meeaaaan mama...) brings you: 10 Things You Can Do Today to Stop Supporting the “System”

One more thing...

Just at the time America REALLY needs to consider publicly funding an infrastructure restoration of the petro-industrial complex, if you want to keep using oil, because the industry itself is rapidly losing interest in it's archaic infrastructure due to the influx of funding for atomic energy (to these same companies) and the advent of the peak of oil discovery and production, the price of gas at the pump is being kept artificially low by reducing the taxes on it that could potentially pay for that restoration.
Fill 'er Up!Gas taxes give us a break at the pump

By Dennis Cauchon, USA TODAY

When drivers hit the road in large numbers for the Fourth of July holiday, they will have something extra to celebrate — the lowest gasoline taxes since the early days of the automobile.

Holiday drivers will pay less than ever at the pump for upkeep of the nation's roads — just $19 in gas taxes for every 1,000 miles driven, a USA TODAY analysis finds. That's a new low in inflation-adjusted dollars, half what drivers paid in 1975.

Another measure of the trend: Americans spent just 46 cents on gas taxes for every $100 of income in the first quarter of 2010. That's the lowest rate since the government began keeping track in 1929. By comparison, Americans spent $1.18 in 1970 on gas taxes out of every $100 earned. [In Full]

[After the commentary, the 'Pledge', followed by a taste of American Babylon... Joe Grushecky and the House Rockers. Courtesy of the respective artists.]


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