Walmart goes to the Devil

Wednesday, May 29, 2013   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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Blending classical literature with the computer technology of subterranean imaging, scientists have made an astonishing discovery – namely, there is a tenth level of Hell!

In the 14th century, Dante,... [read more]

Corporate kleptocrats are the real radicals

Tuesday, May 28, 2013   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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"Outside radical groups," squawked Rep. Scott Garrett at a recent Republican inquisition into a citizens' petition that's been submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Garrett is foaming at the mouth... [read more]

The high-tech sledgehammering of our middle-class future

Monday, May 27, 2013   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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Sometimes, the collusion between big corporations and "our" government is so ridiculous, so rancid that is makes you laugh, cry, and gag – all at once – and then you pass out from the sheer... [read more]

Who needs Wall Street giants?

Tuesday, June 5, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and the other Wall Street behemoths that dominate American banking – who needs 'em?

After enduring years of insatiable greed by the slick-fingered hucksters... [read more]

Worker's taxes siphoned off by their bosses

Monday, May 28, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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My congratulations to workers in 16 states – from Maine to Georgia, New Jersey to Colorado! Many of you will be thrilled to know that the income taxes deducted from your paychecks each month are... [read more]

Snarling Banker

Monday, May 21, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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Woody Guthrie wrote a song titled "Jolly Banker," a perfect-pitch parody of the propensity of Depression-era bankers to feel good about gouging their small borrowers.

Woody's song could also apply... [read more]

Lost in Wal-Mart's rabbit hole

Thursday, May 10, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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The news of massive bribery by Wal-Mart's Mexican subsidiary has filled Republican Rep. Darrell Issa with outrage – not at the corporation's corruption, but at those who're outraged by it.

A... [read more]

The stench of Bentonville spreads to Mexico

Wednesday, May 9, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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Apparently a skunk doesn't smell its own stink – or at least it's not offended by it.

Likewise, Wal-Mart honchos are presently talking about the nauseating stench of its still-evolving bribery... [read more]

A sham for Wal-Mart's scam

Tuesday, May 8, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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First, the corruption. Then, the cover-up. And now, a sham to cover-up the cover-up.

This is the ongoing saga of the sorry state of corporate morality at the highest levels of... [read more]

The slickest stunt at SeaWorld

Thursday, May 3, 2012   |   Posted by Jim Hightower
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Let me tell you a corporate morality tale that I call: "The Shame of Shamu."

Actually, Shamu is not the cause of the shame. After all, that's just the generic name... [read more]

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