Thank you to the Sierra Club for pushing TEP to make the switch sooner.
The taxpayer essentially subsidizes businesses that don't pay a living wage. Workers who can't afford health insurance or food use social services and that is paid for by the taxpayers. Raise the minimum wage and you will see a significant decrease in the need for food stamps, medicaid, etc. It's not a real free market when corporations like McDonald's and Walmart are subsidized by the government.
The closed school are an interesting idea. Many schools already have community gardens. For those who are worried about the neighbors around a converted school, how do you feel about people who are homeless that have to live in the wash near your house? You are already living near people without homes, you just don't see them.
Ron Barber's betrayal was all for nothing. The ACA is open for business:
Watch the videos and decide for yourself:
Thanks Tucson Weekly for covering this story (sort of).
Imagine if the Tea Party held a rally against government and the police tackled them, pushed them to the ground, handcuffed them so tightly the numbed their hands, hit them and threw them hard enough to make them bleed, maced them in the eyes, declared their bullhorns and umbrellas and costumes to be illegal, and arrested them for protesting.
This is what is happening in NYC right now, but it is regular, normal citizens tired of Wall Street banksters defrauding the American people.
Yes, last Saturday's kick off event had thousands, several hundred have been holding down the park during the week and today there are THOUSANDS of people protesting.
Again, imagine the mainstream media completely ignoring a Tea Party rally of that size. The corporate owned media pushes the Tea Party on us whenever one them farts.
Get the news: #occupywallst , https://occupywallst.org/
I hope they figure out what medical condition he has and that he can get treated and back on the air. It must be really tough for him.
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