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Blog #43–Gasoline Price Gouging–12

June 9 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Action, Alternative Energy, Awareness, Big Business, Big Oil, Bill Maher, Brainwashing, Campaigning, Commodities, Congress, Congressional, Controls, Economy, Elections, Email, Fuel, Fuel Prices, Gasoline Price Gouging, Gasoline Prices, General, Gouging, Government Control, Greed, Herald-Tribune, House, House of Representatives, Impoverish, Iraq, Legislator, Legislators, Letter to Congress, Marketing, Media, Middle Class, Middling People, Mideast, Obama, Oligarchy, OPEC, Opinion, Political Theatre, Poor, POTUS, Poverty, Public Campaign Financing, Regulations, Renewable Energy, Renewables, Representative, Rupert Murdoch, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Senate, Senator, Servant, Servants, Smoke-and-Mirrors, Social Justice, Solutions, Solutions Party, The Rich, Think, Third World America, U.S. Empire, Unemployment, Wall Street, Wealthy, Western Civilization, White House Blog, Working Class

June 9, 2011 To the Editor—Sarasota Herald-Tribune Regarding your Associated Press June 9, 2011, article on “Oil Supply Will Not Increase, “ I was not surprised at the dishonesty. The writers of that article apparently are typical lobbying journalists for Big Oil. The article states that the OPEC members did not all agree on the amount of oil to be produced, but also... Read more

Campaign Financing

January 25 | Posted by Heyward Hawkins | Big Business, Bill Maher, Brainwashing, Campaigning, Democratic Party, Economy, Elections, GOP, In the News, Independent, Media, Obama, Opinion, Public Campaign Financing, Republican Party, Rupert Murdoch, Social Justice, Solutions, Solutions Party, Supreme Court, Taxes, The Rich, Think, Working Class

January 25, 2011 Presidential Election Campaign Funding On January 20, 2011, U.S. Representative Tom Cole (R—OK) introduced HR359 to stop allowing taxpayers to fund the presidential election campaigns. Cole has 8 cosponsors—all Republicans. It is not enough for Big Business to have the okay of the Supreme Court for unlimited corporate funds, including foreign funds, for federal elections; now Big Business wants to... Read more