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Oil Industry Denies Climate Change But Demands Taxpayer Money For Climate Change Protection

This is bullshit.

The Tax Breaks That Are Killing the Planet

The Tax Breaks That Are Killing the Planet

thenation.com

Penn State study found that in counties where WALMART opens a store, poverty rates are negatively impacted. "This is a company that everywhere it goes, it creates poverty."

Walmart Admits: 'Our Profits' Depend on 'Their Poverty'

commondreams.org

Walmart should not be getting aid from our government ! Vote Blue...Vote Democrat

Republicans want us to demonize the poor as they squander billions of our tax dollars to oil tycoons that feed their campaigns. Don't drink their koolaid.

Republicans block new veterans VA clinics to fix the over burdened VA system but propose cutting corporate taxes.

Corporate welfare’s quiet enablers: How democrats pander to big business. So yes, Democrats are just as bad as Republicans. Not to the same degree. But if they don't speak out about their own bad apples, they are just as tainted...

Republicans taking care of those who donate massive sums to them at Taxpayer expense !

  • Stacey M.

    That is so interesting, thank you for posting. I was always flumoxed by why CEOs where suddenly getting such huge checks. I had assumed it was ego.

Walmart’s Food Stamp Scam Explained in One Easy Chart

Walmart’s Food Stamp Scam Explained in One Easy Chart – Jobs...

jwj.org

"We have subsidized a food system that is making us fat, sick and undernourished." - Robyn O'Brien - If you are one of the countless Americans who has ever stopped to wonder why fresh fruit is so expensive and processed and packaged food is so cheap, it’s largely because of the “Farm Bill” and the way that we currently allocate our taxpayer resources in our national food budget. environmentalilln...

New Study Finds 14 of The 15 Biggest 'Moocher States' Are Republican Controlled

Welfare Mother vs. Corporate Welfare Mother: 20 Billion more is spent in direct subsidies and tax breaks to U.S. corporations than is spent on aid to families, student aid, housing, food, and all direct public assistance, not including Social Security and Medicare.

The Welfare State for Rich Homeowners | Demos --- The richest fifth of families will receive $181 billion in home owning subsidies this year. That is over double the amount received by food stamp recipients last year.

The Welfare State for Rich Homeowners

demos.org

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