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  For Ex-Merrillite Dow Kim, It's $10 Million a Year or Nothing  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 15, 2010

Great article. I really like it. Thanks for information.

  Rush Limbaugh is a closet Francophile  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 15, 2010

It appears to me that they aren’t equally smart as they suppose they are. The citizenry at the top are simply the greatest and happiest because they show us that.

  Et tu Buffet?  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 13, 2010

What a better published fantastic piece of information. I remember that I was looking for something like this from a mates of months. I am glad that I observed my path here by concurrence!

  SEC busts another ponzi schemer, Sean Nathan Healy  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 12, 2010

I wants to thank for the wonderful read because of the informative information and sharing the thoughts to us….

  Mariah Carey and a Diamond Encrusted Ring Pop Re-Weds Nick Cannon  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 11, 2010

I’m a fan of your blog - but I’m not a fan of deriding people for being “under-educated.” That strikes me as being a Vile Bourgeoisie

  Nicolas Cage  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 10, 2010

I had it all and will have it all again because, for some reason, people want to pay you enormous sums of money to grimace and deliver insipid one-liners in cinematic abominations.

  Florida GOP hawks Charlie Crist painting on eBay  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 06, 2010

I can’t help but laugh at this story. Nothing the GOP does surprises me any longer. Whether or not you agree with Charlie Crist, he was still a public servant who represented his constituents to the best of his opinions as a Republican. It amazes me that the GOP doesn’t ever learn its lessons.  Crist was a hardcore conservative and his decision to leave the party doesn’t simply boil down to a tough reelection campaign. The only opportunists here are the Florida GOP.

  The Arrogance of Stolen Wealth  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 06, 2010

This is brilliantly argued and spot on. Our justice system is so heavily tilted in favor of wealth that it should be considered to be an accomplice in aiding and abetting corporate crooks.

Kudos and awesome site!!

  22 million missing Bush White House e-mails found  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 18, 2010

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  Nicolas Cage  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 18, 2010

zezet,
If your going to leave douchebag comments, don’t expect to be treated with respect. I reserve the right to comment on any individual who fits the profile of a plutocrat in any way I choose as long as I am not distorting readily available facts.

In response to your accusation and insult: 
1) This site has won numerous awards presumably because it is deserving of merit.
2) Wow, you are perceptive. I didn’t think anyone would ever figure out that a one-man operation would have the money, connections, and resources to bribe dozens of judges from a half-dozen national and international award shows in my effort to win recognition for my design work. You should be a private dick ... You are already a public one.

  Betsy McCaughey  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 17, 2010

I love Jon Stewart talking to her

  Nicolas Cage  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 17, 2010

Man, I understand you don’t like this guy to spend HIS money like this. This is YOUR problem, OK. Now you should not say anything about him not being a good actor or being the cousin or uncle of who knows.. Is it a website on film or actor review? No. How come you received award for your website?? Friends in the committee?

  22 million missing Bush White House e-mails found  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 15, 2010

...2014 at the earliest. And that system does what to provide information in a timely fashion? Meanwhile, there’s a few folk you do not mention, like Senor Slim. What is all his money doing to help solve the drug gangs problem in Mexico? As far as I can see, which isn’t very far, he is doing exactly nothing to stop the drug wars in Mexico. The richest man in the world lives in a country riff with murder of many people. There is no mention of him striving to set the country right.
There’s no mention of him on this site either.

DUH!

  Nicolas Cage  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 15, 2010

This is not about greed or even good personal investing.  It’s about a man who has been indulged & entitled from birth,  who is now so bored that he has to acquire “things” to make himself feel happy. He’s unsure if his ‘entourage’ like him or his money so he buys them “things” as well.  It’s actually very sad.

  Big Money Gets Folk Singer Fired  Posted by JNDillard on March 14, 2010

We need a name and a bio on the exec from Ski Co. that got Sheridan fired.  This type of ruthless pig at the trough needs to be outed.  Everybody in Snowmass and Aspin needs to know that Ski Co. continues to employ this jackass. Name Names.  Here’s the mantra: Whistle-blowing, transparency, accountability.  J Dillard

  Richard "Dick" Cheney  Posted by May15thProphecy on March 14, 2010

I agree Dick Cheney need to be on the list, however the list has no real credibility if the Pawn of Satan George W Bush is not on it

  Gates Foundation Proves Non-Profit is a Misnomer  Posted by pcunix on March 14, 2010

Bill Gates net worth varies wit the stock market, but is somewhere near $40 or $50 billion dollars.

He has apparently donated several billion dollars to charity - most of it probably going to this foundation.  I don’t know if there is anywhere we can find how much he gave away, but let’s assume it’s north of $3 billion.

My reaction?  Big deal.  Giving away even $10 or $20 billion is no sacrifice at all.  If I give even $100 to charity,  I feel it - we have to give up other things.  Bill could hand over $30 billion and it wouldn’t affect his life one bit.

We should also remember that most of the super rich, Gates included, got their money from abuse of other people.  That they throw a pittance back is no reason to praise them.  The working class slob who throws $10 bucks in a donation box deserves far more praise than any of them because that $10 probably is a sacrifice.

  Sean Healy  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 13, 2010

Australian tennis star Lleyton Hewitt has decided to sell his 3.2 million Australian dollar waterfront mansion, complete with an indoor waterfall, as he rarely lives in it.

  You want me to work eight hours?  Posted by Chris Newton on March 07, 2010

My dad liked to call this the Third-Generation Syndrome, and you see it in a lot of families, and it’s been going on for a very long time, it’s not new. The first gen is poor, builds something from the ground up… by working smart and hard a successful business is built. The second gen has it a bit rough, and sees how much effort is spent by the first to make a good life. The second gen respects this, continues to work hard and by child bearing age has a comfortable life, but still takes life seriously. The second gen has kids, wants to give them everything. That third gen never sees hard work, just lots of success and money coming in. The third gen does little to nothing, has no respect for money or hard work, and spends the rest of its life spending decades of money.

I’ve seen this in my own family… I’m in the fourth gen, an escapee of a dying-to-dead family industry. Mine and the newer generations are moving on in disgust from the failures of the lazy and self-serving wastrels and trying to start our own first-generation success stories.

I personally haven’t had it particularly rough, I never starved, but times were lean enough that I’ve always had respect for hard work… I pray my kids will too.

  Jeffrey P. Chernick  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on February 25, 2010

Thanks for taking the time to post such a detailed and informative article. It has given me a lot of inspiration and I look forward to more like this in the future.

  Ruth Madoff  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on February 01, 2010

Really a good and interactive post, i think the post is informative and knowledge providing both in regard of current affairs and present economic Situations.

  Eddie Perez  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 27, 2010

This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing websites that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. It’s the old what goes around comes around routine. Did you acquired lots of links and I see lots of trackbacks?

  Viktor Kobzar, final defendant in $47 million mortgage fraud pleads guilty  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 18, 2010

A sub prime mortgage is never the ideal situation, but can be useful for certain types of borrowers. During the housing boom between 2000 and 2005, the loans were successfully used with borrowers whose credit scores were low, but whose incomes were sufficient to cover the monthly payments at their full interest rate.

  Kerry K. Killinger  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 18, 2010

What has been happening in the US sub prime mortgage market over the last 6 months and what effect this in turn has had on the UK economy?I need to know this information for a presentation I need to make tomorrow, any information would be great!

  Tax dodgers scramble to come clean amid crackdown  Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 07, 2010

Two cabinet appointees that tried to evade taxes and paid them off only days before their appointments. Obama promised not to be influenced by lobbyists, yet has appointed 17 lobbyists into his administration.

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