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Red State Update Mention

November 24, 2018

Dear Reader,

Red State Update, a humor, blog and youtube series had their Sixth Anniversary Blog Program – 327, the You-Ask-“Em show.

They suggested that for that show they would answer questions from viewers. I turned out to be the only one that was political!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRmgZOFM0e4

What I asked was their opinion of my post on the paradigm shift from liberal versus conservative to people versus corporations. (Copy at this link.)

https://musea.wordpress.com/2018/05/19/paradigm-shift/

Dunlap seemed intrigued, but Jackie said it was too much to read! LOL

Hear the comments at 1:40 in, to about 1:41.

Since they talked about my ideas, I thought it was only fair to talk about their show.
They come across first as very conservative, but listen closer, lot more complex than that. Check it out – the short videos are my favorites and are very funny!

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People vs. Corporations

March 2, 2018

The paradigm is shifting from
CONSERVATIVE versus LIBERAL to CORPORATIONS versus PEOPLE.

Day after day it’s becoming more and more clear. Both are fighting for control of the government. Corporations usually win.

Look at this list of problems facing the nation. These major problems all have something in common. PEOPLE vs. CORPORATIONS.

1. NET NEUTRALITY
People want it. Major media corporations don’t.

2. OPIOID CRISIS
People addicted. Drug corporations making big profits.

3. BANKING CRISIS
People lost their homes. Banks got 700 billion dollar bail out.

4. MASS SHOOTINGS.
People want reasonable gun laws. NRA / Gun Lobby opposes change.

5. F – 35 FIGHTER JET ( Cost 1 trillion dollars)
Capital enough to end poverty in the country. Weapons Manufacturers.

6. TAX REFORM.
People got little reform. Corporations got massive tax cuts.

7. MUSIC
Music costs more, sounds worse. 3 CEOS control 80%.

The list is just started. What would you add to it?

We have three political parties, the Republican Corporate Party, the Democratic Corporate Party, and all the rest of us that don’t have lobbyists.


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