From the daily archives:

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

#658: 1990, The Inspiral Carpets, This Is How It Feels

April 2, 2013

Iain Duncan Smith believes that he can live off £53 per week. George Osborne boasts about the changes he has made to the system of benefits that will improve the lives of the poor. Cabinet Minister after Cabinet Minister, talk about scroungers and skivers and the undeserving poor. They talk about those who work hard […]

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The Age of Austerity – The Deficit of Truth

April 2, 2013

There is a deficit crisis in the UK. We are spending way beyond our means. The government’s solution to this deficit crisis is to cut public spending. This is topsy-turvy economics. This is the deficit of truth. Public spending is a value added asset, not a liability debt. The recent campaign of vilification by the […]

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The Tories – Sheriff of Nottingham Politics

April 2, 2013

Legend has it that Robin Hood’s nemesis – The Sheriff of Nottingham, was a very bad man. His job description included administering the shires, seizing properties and collecting a bundle of unfair taxes largely from the unsuspecting poor – to fluff up the lifestyle of himself, alickadoos, patrons, landowners and royalty. Essentially he took from […]

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