Why Social Security Cannot Go Bankrupt

  By John T. Harvey Pragmatic Economics Apr. 8 2011 – 6:16 pm |Forbes.com It is a logical impossibility for Social Security to go bankrupt. We can voluntarily choose to suspend or eliminate the program, but it could never fail because it “ran out […]

America’s Richest Taxpayers See Federal Taxes Dramatically Drop

By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER 04/17/11 04:02 PM ET WASHINGTON — As millions of procrastinators scramble to meet Monday’s tax filing deadline, ponder this: The super rich pay a lot less taxes than they did a couple of decades ago, and nearly half of U.S. […]

Journalist’s Death Still Clouded by Questions

Los Angeles Times   February 22, 2011/– Robert J. Lopez and Robert Faturechi As Ruben Salazar report is released, people who knew him say it won’t end suspicions about the case As officials formally released a report Tuesday on the slaying of journalist […]

9 Things The Rich Don’t Want You To Know About Taxes

WWEEK.COM April 13th, 2011 DAVID CAY JOHNSTON For three decades we have conducted a massive economic experiment, testing a theory known as supply-side economics. The theory goes like this: Lower tax rates will encourage more investment, which in turn will mean more jobs […]

Joseph Stiglitz slams US dollar

      From: RTAmerica | Apr 13, 2011             Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel Prize winning economist, Columbia University professor, and former Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank. In a one-on-one interview at […]

Pomona Police Commission Is Needed

Charter Review Commission City of Pomona 505 S. Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91769 Co-Chairs Russell, Lyon and Commission Members: The Pomona Valley Democratic Club (PVDC) is urging the members of the Charter Review Commission to establish a Police Commission. Such commissions that have […]

One Pomona project update

    Californias first Citizens Redistricting Commission to meet February 10, in Claremont. Click on the link to view MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA. What is the Citizens Redistricting Commission? Every 10 years, after the federal census, California and every state in the country […]

One Pomona project update

      Keeping the Communities of Pomona together through the 2011 California redistricting process.   LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, eighteen (18) civil rights and civic engagement organizations, issued the following statement regarding the recently released reapportionment data: The organizations listed below […]

View Bernie Sanders’ Historic Filibuster

At 10:24 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 10, Sen. Sanders took to the floor of the U.S. Senate to lay out a clear argument against extending tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans, against codifying a low inheritance tax rate which will impact only the […]

Happy New Year Pomona Valley!

Another fresh new year is here . . . Another year to live! To banish worry, doubt, and fear, To love and laugh and give! This bright new year is given [us] To live each day with zest . . . To daily […]