…It appear the “will of the people” is no longer valid in many states that appears to be the case also in Arizona…

…It appear the “will of the people” is no longer valid in many states that appears to be the case also in Arizona…

Maine voters just resoundingly approved a Medicaid expansion. Their governor is trying to stop it from going into effect.

Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) risks being sued if he doesn’t expand Medicaid to tens of thousands of Maine residents.

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And “big-pharma” is accountable to the City of Phoenix, because…??? ..This has a very bad smell to it…!!!

clip_image002…And “big-pharma” is accountable to the City of Phoenix, because…???

..This has a very bad smell to it…!!!

it’s OK to have walk-around sex disorder

clip_image002…Got it… it’s OK to have walk-around sex disorder and continue to enjoy life … but … if you are addicted to opioids or other drugs we toss your butt in jail and you get to work for slave wages for corporate … this is ju$tice in America for the 1% and Congre$$…

American colleges and universities teach us that lying is SOP … so what should we expect form those we elect t lead us…???

...American colleges and universities teach us that lying is SOP … so what should we expect form those we elect t lead us…???

 

American colleges are using shell companies to skirt taxes and bury investments that might spark campus protests, leaked documents show

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 1:06 PM EST

 

Schools have increasingly turned to secretive offshore investments, the files show, which let them swell their endowments with blocker corporations, and avoid scrutiny of ventures involving fossil fuels or other issues that could set off campus controversy.

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A trove of millions of leaked documents from a Bermuda-based law firm, Appleby, reflects some of the tax wizardry used by American colleges and universities. Schools have increasingly turned to secretive offshore investments, the files show, which let them swell their endowments with blocker corporations, and avoid scrutiny of ventures involving fossil fuels or other issues that could set off campus controversy.

Buoyed by lucrative tax breaks, college endowments have amassed more than $500 billion nationwide. The wealth is concentrated in a small group of schools, tilting toward private institutions like those in the Ivy League and other highly selective colleges. About 11 percent of higher-education institutions in the United States hold 74 percent of the money, according to an analysis in 2015 by the Congressional Research Service.

What do you not understand … the Earth revolves around Trump not the sun…

…What do you not understand … the Earth revolves around Trump not the sun…

Trump tweets that failed Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate ‘did not embrace me’

Just 15 hours later, the president had touted Ed Gillespie’s candidacy on Twitter.

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TRUMP SLAMS GOP CANDIDATE FOLLOWING BIG VIRGINIA LOSS Republican candidate for Virginia governor Ed Gillespie’s loss is the biggest for the GOP since Trump’s election, and the president was not happy about it. Gillespie had run a Trump-style campaign, but the president tweeted Tuesday night that the candidate didn’t fully embrace him or what he stands for. Just hours earlier, Trump touted Gillespie’s record. Former Republican National Committee chair Micheal Steele couldn’t resist a Twitter jab over the Virginia loss. [HuffPost]

so please define ORGANIC

so please define ORGANIC

National organic standards board decrees that hydroponic can be organic

 

On Nov. 1, the National Organic Standards Board finally made a decision on one of the most divisive issues in the organic world: should crops grown in water, containers, or otherwise not in the ground be allowed to call themselves organic?The decision is thus: hydroponic and container gardens will remain eligible for organic certification.This is a debate that’s much more complicated than it seems. Hydroponics and other types of high-tech farming get a lot of attention, most of it positive, for …
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.As Americans only think in terms of IMMEDIATE gains … what do you think the outcome will be…???

…As Americans only think in terms of IMMEDIATE gains … what do you think the outcome will be…???

These Charts Show How the GOP’s Tax Reform Bill Will Spell Trouble for the Middle Class in the Long Run

Republicans’ tax reform legislation would give middle-class Americans a nice break, but only in the short term.

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