Two members of the band Pussy Riot get attacked by male civilians while lunching. TYT reports.
Back to back they faced each other
Drew their swords and shot each other
Lets sum up the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) convention going on now.
Rich white republicans getting all angry about immigrants, gays, abortion, and Barack Obama. They are yelling for more gun freedom, more religious freedom, and more money freedom (no bank or corporate regulations in order to keep that campaign cash flowing).
4 women have been picked to speak at this convention. And not one is a minority.
Some of these parents have had other children that have died needlessly before. You’d think they’d figure out by now that their belief system is bullshit.
Hey, homeless and hungry people are the problem. Leave churches out of it! :P
Or, we can tear down the churches and/or convert them into homeless shelters and job training centers—-Hospitals, schools, community centers, restaurants, houses, etc…the possibilities of what we can do with those churches or land spaces.
Iron Man has had enough of your shit!
Loki, attempting the murder of Thor. What an asshole!
Crude, but funny!
National Geographic - Wild Russia
That’s an adorable whatever
The unwillingness of companies to fork over their fair share has consequences for all of us—especially in these hard times of fiscal cliffs and sequestrations. The 288 profitable corporations studied by Citizens for Tax Justice enjoyed tax subsidies to the tune of a whopping $362 billion from 2008 to 2012. This is $362 billion that could have been instead spent on education, health care, and social services for the betterment of all of us.
And with all this tax-dodging, the burden of running the federal treasury has shifted to you and me.
“Corporate taxes paid for more than a quarter of federal outlays in the 1950s and a fifth in the 1960s,” says the report. “In fiscal 2012, corporate taxes paid for a mere 7 percent of the federal government’s expenses.”
One of the more interesting revelations in the report is how corporations are masters at using arcane breaks to avoid paying any taxes at all. Take the deduction that companies get on stock options, in which they’re able to subtract from their taxes the difference between the amount employees pay for a company’s shares and the face value. Facebook used this one deduction to avoid paying any federal income tax at all in 2012 on a billion dollars of profit.