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  1. Jib76 commented on Matt Bors 7 months ago

    A asset tax (a wealth tax) of 5 percent would eliminate the wealthnequality and federal and state and local fiscal deficits.

  2. Jib76 commented on Jen Sorensen 7 months ago

    Those evil Republicans!

  3. Jib76 commented on Bob Gorrell 8 months ago

    According to the RAND Corporation, 9.5 million uninsured are covered under ACA, State Health Exchanges and Medicaid.

  4. Jib76 commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 9 months ago

    Vladimir Putin is a ruthless communist plutocrat! He was voted into office by massive voter fraud in Russia. He will soon be faced with tremendous devaluation of the Russian Ruble and plunging Russian stock market values. Then he will be turned on by his fellow plutocrats and oligarchs in Russia. And Russian troops will be needed to quell rioting in Moscow.

  5. Jib76 commented on Ben Sargent 9 months ago

    Republican dog wistles.

  6. Jib76 commented on Darrin Bell 9 months ago

    Republican dog wistles.

  7. Jib76 commented on Ben Sargent 10 months ago

    Wendy Davis would be a great governor of Texas just like Ann Richards was.

  8. Jib76 commented on Jen Sorensen 10 months ago

    Baslim, you forgot your carbon cycles! Plants absorb CO2 and convert it into glucose via photosynthesis using sunlight. The glucose in plants is converted into ethanol using using thermochemical means. You failed to mention how much more energy is used to create fossil fuels than make bioethanol. 2times more energy is used to drill for oil, refine it into gasoline than is used to make bioethanol.

  9. Jib76 commented on Matt Davies 10 months ago

    I guess the gun violence in the US is due to the Second Amendment right and the right to revolution.

  10. Jib76 commented on Stuart Carlson 10 months ago

    The solution to the wealth inequality in the US is easy. Impose a 5% wealth tax on the richest 1% every year (excluding primary residences) and the $18 federal debt will be paid off in 18 years while the richest Americans’ wealth will keep on growing!