by Jefferson Pinto
Mar. 2009: Last month I addressed the Stimulus Package. This month I'll address the National Debt by comparing and contrasting: diet & personal debt, with the National Debt.
Part I: The Problem Caution: The following includes intense subject matter that may be disturbing or unsuitable for immature readers. OK. The election is over. The detainees have disembarked Guantanamo Bay. The stimulus package has been passed. Can we get back to one of the most colossal issues threatening our country’s future ?
This Page: http://bit.ly/2eK2HCO ---> Your Taxes Pay Public Salarie$ - This Page Also Includes Clinton Foundation Donor$, World Banking Executive$, Media Conglomerates, Media Execs. Etc. The Donations range from the low-thousands to the millions. More Info. www.OjaiandVenturaVIEW.com & OjaiandVenturaVIEW.com Media VIEW & Clinton Foundation Donor List
“The President earns $400,000 per year, along with a $50,000 monthly expense account, a $100,000 non-taxable travel account and $19,000 for entertainment. The most recent raise in salary was approved by Congress and President Bill Clinton in 1999 and went into effect in 2001.” Travel Expenses: Additionally, President Barack Obama has been criticized for taking advantage of his "presidential" travel budget. The expenses to date amount to the LINK: whopping and extravagant tune of $79,630,433.93 million, (Approaching $100 Million by Obama's Presidential End.) far beyond that of any other president. Check back for more Updates.
More Salaries: See Below, Power Players.
Was There was a Plan....? Part II Coming Back: 'A Different Set of Rules'
by Art Isgur, Oak View
In the first installment of this series we learned that budget deficits are neither good nor bad in themselves. Deficits are just borrowed money. A deficit may be ‘bad’ if most of the money is used to lower taxes on those people that already have more money to use than they can possibly spend. The very same deficit is ‘good’ if the money is put into productive use, encouraging greater consumer spending and lowering production costs, etc.
Statement - Ojai Youth: "You Gotta Save the Kids"
Sept. 8, 2010:
Thank you for letting me speak.
There's a lot of things I can gripe about. I want to ask you all a personal question. How do you get up in the morning, and shave and put your make-up on when you're doing the kids wrong in this city? Skate Park's on one day, and it's off the next day. What exactly happened? The kids deserve something. That's our youth, that's our future. And if you don't wake up to it soon... well...