The ugly, tax-exempt conspiracy against democracy and the middle class is even worse than you thought
(Source: Teamster Nation, February 19, 2013)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wiping out the middle class is considered a charitable activity in the United States.
We're just learning billionaires secretly contributed $400 million to a nonprofit that's been funneling money to corporate lobbyists since 1999. Compare that with a $25 T-shirt purchase at a political convention -- you have to disclose that and pay sales tax (in most states).
"Conspiracies against the public don't get much uglier than this," writes George Monbiot at The Guardian. He's referring to the new revelations about the money-launderer Donors Trust.
Full story: Teamster Nation
Wednesday, February 20, 2013