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ONGOING: The Greatest Heist in History

From Bloomberg Businessweek

By Jesse Drucker JesseDrucker

The World’s Favorite New Tax Haven Is the United States

Moving money out of the usual offshore secrecy havens and into the U.S. 252 more words
Antipathy

A hostile thought is for the soul the same as a slap in the face

Anyone nowadays acknowledges that smacking someone with your hand is something very real, that it actually happens. But it not so easily believed that it is just as real when I send someone a bad thought. 84 more words

Anthroposophy

Seeking funds for Flint, Democrats block energy bill

When will America wake up? There appears to be no depth to which congressional conservatives will not sink in their utterly disgraceful attempts to undermine the president at the expense of the lives of thousands, even millions of citizens, including the lives of children. 244 more words

Acts Of The Ignoble

Hostile Conservatives Successfully Launch Themselves into Orbit!

Indifference to suffering is humanity’s greatest moral failing.

Because of the congressional conservative’s opposition to any regulation that might save lives—especially the lives of children—President Obama has announced the details of his executive order, executed in an effort to curb unfettered avenues to firearm purchases. 616 more words

Acts Of The Ignoble

Karma-Moral-Egoism (End)

People have a certain antipathy toward moral preachments. They say, “What is being preached to me is the will of someone else and I am supposed simply to acquiesce to it.” This belief will become more and more dominant to the degree that materialistic consciousness becomes dominant. 413 more words

Anthroposophy

The Purpose of Repentance, Pt. 1

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”~~Dr. Seuss

Today’s word of the day, from Word Think, is antipathy, “A deep-seated feeling of dislike; aversion.” “’His antipathy for first wife dates back to his divorce.’” 430 more words

Devotions

That terrible evil of our times

If a person looks back in a more unselfish way to what he has experienced in childhood, youth, etc. — according to the age he has reached — there emerges as if out of the gray depths of the spirit various persons who have had something to do with his life in all sorts of relationships. 433 more words

Anthroposophy