10 September 2014 0 Comments

More Debt from Sen. Scott Wagner!!! $1.7 Bbillion –Republican Senator Scott Wagner disappoints The Forgotten Taxpayer: he votes like Sen. Pileggi, like Republican Leadership and like Democrats

    Elected in May of this year as a very independent Republican defeating a well-financed Senate Republican Leadership, Senator Scott Wagner has, surprisingly, disappointed The Forgotten Taxpayer.    Senator Scott Wagner (SD28 York) voted YEA for Act 128 of 2014  authorizing more debt on the Pennsylvania Taxpayers. He was one of 22 voting NAY including 8 Democrats. Everyone […]

10 September 2014 0 Comments

Rep. John McGinnis (and others) — The Forgotten Taxpayer’s Hero

In his first term, Rep. John McGinnis is emerging as The Forgotten Taxpayer’s Hero   District 79 Republican, serving Blair County (Part) Member of the House 2013 to date State Representative John McGinnis PhD (Finance) voted NAY to authorizing more debt on the Pennsylvania Taxpayers. He was one of 22 voting NAY including 8 Democrats. Everyone […]

10 September 2014 0 Comments

Tim Krieger voted to authorize more debt for Pennsylvania’s Forgotten Taxpayers

       Tim Krieger   voted to authorize more $1,781,373,000 debt on the Pennsylvania Taxpayers. He was NOT  one of 22 voting NAY including 8 Democrats. Everyone in Republican Leadership voted YEA for more debt.  Act 128 of 2014 is the Capital Budget Act and authorizes incurring debt   Fiscal Note House Committee on Appropriations: “Estimated annual […]

10 September 2014 0 Comments

Tim Krieger votes to redistribute The Forgotten Taxpayer’s dollars to multi-billion dollar private corporation with 1% President.

Republican Tim Krieger voted to redistribute 10s of millions taxpayer money to liberal academics at UPENN because President Gutmann is not paid enough.  House Vote Appropriations Act 15A 26 June 2014. Rep. Krieger (along with the majority of Republicans and Democrats)  has voted to redistribute millions of taxpayer dollars to multi-billion dollar private corporations already privileged […]

8 September 2014 0 Comments

Stephen Bloom votes to redistribute 10s of millions of Pennsylvania taxpayer dollars to UPENN

                               Stephen Bloom votes to redistribute 10s of millions taxpayer money to liberal academics at UPENN because President Gutmann is not paid enough.  House Vote Appropriations Act 15A 26 June 2014. Rep. Bloom has voted to redistribute millions of taxpayer dollars […]

7 October 2012 0 Comments

General Motors – Going from Bad to Worse – Government Failure at Taxpayer Expense

“GM is going from bad to worse”,  Michael Barone references  Automotive News Editor-in-Chief Keith Crain’s analysis (13 August 2012).   Michael Barone makes the points that: 1) GM is profitable in China; 2) GM is losing money in Europe; 3) Malibu and Volt have been failures in the US; 4) The government/The Forgotten Taxpayer is […]

28 August 2012 0 Comments

Estate Tax Scam – “College Perfesser” and Limited Government

An elite USC  “College Professor” and the Stanford Law Review makes the point that lesser lights, (advocating for Limited Government) have made for years about the way Leviathan Statism works :  “Big groups with small stakes—that is, most of us—continue to pay through increasingly burdensome middle class taxes for most of what government does, including […]

1 August 2012 0 Comments

Government Subsidizing Failure: Another Solyndra

Washington Times makes the point succinctly: Subsidizing failure means more failures. And who benefits from the failures? Incumbents protecting their power and Big Business Corporatists. READ MORE Washington Times 24/7  and here Washington Times Lights Out at Amonix 18 July 2012       

21 July 2012 0 Comments

Big Government, Corporatist Republicans: The Solyndra Republicans

  As with the Farm Bill, which is the Republicans opportunity to earmark pork for their favored few, the Export Import Bank, The Highway, Student Loan and Flood Insurance bill and so many others, the Republicans are proponent of anti-Free Market, Big Government Corporatist policies which distort the allocation of resources as well pollute politics, […]

13 May 2012 0 Comments

Taxing the Tax Exempts to Pay for Government Pensions: Rhode Island May Be Onto Something

In Providence, Rhode Island, city pensions have gotten out of control so new streams of revenue and why not tax the private tax exempt non profit big business corporate billionaire, sometimes called, Brown University, home of so many Keynesian Share the Wealth Liberals (not their wealth, dummy, yours). Rich Corporations, they need to do their […]