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Huey Long On Sharing The Wealth

“None shall be too big; None shall be too poor.”

Huey Long speaks passionately about income inequality and the wealthy in the United States. December 1934.


LSU students march on State Capitol in protest to higher education budget cuts: but Jindal out of state (as usual)

It’s funny in a sick, perverted kind of way when you think about it.

Come to think of it though, that’s entirely appropriate; the Bobby Jindal administration has been nothing but seven years of sick, perverted exercises in futility and failed policies. 1,102 more words

Governor's Office

Stuff Taxes on the Poor

Go back in time and you will see through history the English saw income tax during peacetime as synonymous with tyranny. Tax Imports (Stuff Free Trade, Buy British), Tax the Filthy Rich, Tax the Polluters, Tax Noisy Businesses, Tax Degenerate Record Companies (who corrupt the youth), Tax the Pornographers, Tax Alcohol, Tax Tobacco, Tax Amoral Capitalist  Corporations (and leave small businesses and cooperatives alone as they are beneficial),Tax the Manufacturers of Harmful Products…!!! 284 more words

British Politics

A Spirited Republic in Motion: Prohibition is Repealed!

This post was written by Heidi Holmstrom. Heidi works in the Motion Picture Preservation Lab, which is responsible for performing conservation and preservation work on motion picture records held across the National Archives. 507 more words

Motion Pictures


Mar. 9, 2015  By Jack Jodell (in association with Burr Deming of FAIR AND UNBALANCED.COM – see my Blogroll in the lower right hand column). 201 more words

If President Ronald Reagan was the 'Great Communicator,' then Gov. Jindal will have to settle for 'The Great Imitator'

To call Gov. Bobby Jindal disingenuous would be to belabor the obvious. The evidence is there in plain view for everyone to see: his painfully patronizing platitudes, designed to appeal to his ever-shrinking core base, induce involuntary winces of embarrassment not only from his critics, of which there are many, but from objective observers as well. 1,598 more words

Governor's Office

Little Rock Look Back: FDR

On January 30, 1882, future U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born.  In 1936, he visited Little Rock as part of a statewide tour in conjunction with Arkansas’ Centennial celebration.   333 more words