The Money Party

The Money Party

The Money Party is a small group of enterprises and individuals who have most of the money in this country. They use that money to make more money. Controlling who gets elected to public office is the key to more money for them and less for us. As 2008 approaches, The Money Party is working hard to maintain its perfect record.

It is not about Republicans versus Democrats. Right now, the Republicans do a better job taking money than the Democrats. But The Money Party is an equal opportunity employer. They have no permanent friends or enemies, just permanent interests. Democrats are as welcome as Republicans to this party. It’s all good when you’re on the take and the take is legal.

Michael Collins

The Money Party – The Essence of Our Political Troubles
Sept. 30, 2007

  1. 'Good' Syrian rebels on run - Saudis ask Putin for help

    Will there be any 'good' Syrian rebels left to provide credible representation at the January United States - Russia sponsored Geneva II peace conference?

    The U.S. favored rebel group, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), experienced major setbacks in December. On the first, the Syrian Arab Army killed a key FSA commander in Daraa Province in southern Syria. On the eighth, "the top Western-backed rebel commander in Syria," General Salim Idris, head of the FSA, fled Syria ...
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  2. 'Good' rebels signal siding with Syrian government to fight Al Qaeda

    Pres. Bashar al-Assad, Syria

    At The Agonist, we've been covering the attack on Syria for some time (Syrian Crisis). The considered move by the 'good' rebels, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), isn't news. It's history. In recent government victories at Qusayr and Homs, on the Turkish border, and in Latakia, FSA and other rebel groups have accepted negotiated surrenders to the Syrian Arab Army.

  3. Saudi America and the State of Denial

    The U.S. will surpass Russia and Saudi Arabia as the world’s top oil producer by 2015, and be close to energy self-sufficiency in the next two decades, amid booming output from shale formations, the IEA said. Bloomberg Nov 12

    The shale oil boom delivers dollars but at what cost? Phillip Taylor

    Well, I guess that means every thing will be just fine. We'll have plenty of cheap fuel ...

    Updated 12-05-2013 at 03:40 AM by Michael Collins (Correction. Deletion of graphic.)

  4. Obama Team Feared Coup If He Prosecuted War Crimes

    By Andrew Kreig
    Justice Integrity Project

    President-Elect Obama’s advisors feared in 2008 that authorities would oust him in a coup and that Republicans would block his policy agenda if he prosecuted Bush-era war crimes, according to a law school dean who served as one of Obama’s top transition advisors.
    University of California at Berkeley Law School Dean Christopher Edley, ...
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  5. Strong Unions - The Worst Nightmare for the Financial Elite

    Michael Collins

    Man wouldn't pay you unless he had to. Chris Rock

    The antiunion movement in the United States keeps us underpaid and represents a serious impediment to economic growth. Despite that, the antiunion sentiment remains strong among the political establishment and their patrons. Why?

    Worker rights and a decent wage represent a toxic brew ...

    Updated 05-18-2011 at 02:19 AM by Michael Collins

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