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Paul Ryan Pens Op-ed: “A Better Future For Graduates”

heren Wrote: May 19, 2012 11:09 PM
directing-assisting-in-the-writing-of-US-laws-rules, that rig the game for the Big-Banking-Business-Corps that they're lobbying for ! By their, "well-placed-allied-high-ranked-WDC-insiders-in-the-high-places-of-Govt" Greenspan, Gramm, Leach, Blilely, Lott, Hastert, DeLay, Rubin, Citi-Group, CRA, B-Clinton, Summers, Enron, GB-2, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Dodd, Fannie-Freddie, Schumer, AIG, Frist, Reid, Pellosi, Goldman-Sachs, Paulson, Bernanke, Geithner, H-Clinton President-Cabinet-Fed-Dept's-Agencies-Sec's-Dir's-State-Treas-Fed-Res-SEC-CFTC-NWO-CFR-NATO-NAU-WTO-NAFTA-Imp-Ex-Bank-US-Congress ! They're robbing ALL the $$$, That's why our whole country, all of its people are in such heavy debt except-the-corrupt-criminal 1/10-of-1% ruling-elite !
heren Wrote: May 19, 2012 11:10 PM
Recent History US Economics

Financial Sector
1. Rampant fraud, reckless mismanagement
2. Bailouts of the worst actors

3. Overwhelming debt, liability imposed on taxpayers

4. Hair-of-the-dog monetary policy aimed at recapitalizing insolvent banks

5. Promote business-leaders, policy-makers who are chronically compromised

6. Conglomeration of Systemically Dangerous Institutions into more empowered menace

capitalismwithoutfailure.com/2012/03/bill-black-usa-exports-flawed-economic.html

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Best Way to Rob a Bank is Own 1
amazon.com/Best-Way-Rob-Bank-Own/dp/0292706383

Bill Black interview: kpfa.org/archive/id/78274
The Warning: video.pbs.org/video/1302794657

This weekend students across the country will attend commencement ceremonies to celebrate an important milestone in their lives: graduating college. But after three and a half years of slump and uncertainty, the Class of 2012 faces a competitive job market and a still-recovering economy.

With this in mind, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) penned an op-ed in the Wisconsin State Journal Saturday arguing that the Republican House budget, which passed by an 228-191 margin, offers both a “sensible path forward” and “principled policy solutions” to our higher education woes. Here are some