Under Obama, Warren Buffett is Investing Big in Big Government


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What happened in 2009 that so suddenly changed Buffett’s spending for lobbying?

Warren Buffet Reaps Crony Capitalist Billions from Gov Bank Bailouts


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Mr. Buffett’s stake in Bank of America could pay off for years.

Non-Profits Increased Faster Than Business and Government


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It’s a massive business, with approximately $316 billion given away in 2012 in the United States alone and more than 9.4 million employed.

Obama’s Keystone Pipeline Block Causes Environmental Disaster


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This is what happens when your idea of best sustainable practices involves blocking a secure pipeline and instead relying on Warren Buffett to transport your oil.

New Obama Tax Hikes Hurt Millionaires, Benefit Billionaires


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While the affluent will pay more in taxes this year, that is probably not the case for the very wealthiest — those worth hundreds of millions or more. They may still be paying a lower tax rate than Warren Buffett’s secretary.

Warren Buffett Owes 1 Billion in Back Taxes


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There are are two recent cases where Warren has done everything possible to AVOID paying taxes that he actually owes. The first case involved a 14-year fight over the dividend-received deduction that was finally settled with the IRS in 2005. The second case is still pending after 10 years in which he owes just over $1 BILLION in back taxes.

You’ve Made Enough Money; Now Spread it Around and Share the Wealth with the Poor Government


On April 29, 2010, Barry Obama ignored his Teleprompter and Joe Biden-ed himself. He told a Quincy, Illinois crowd that Americans are too wealthy and should discontinue free-market actions: “We’re [my administration and democrats] not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that’s fairly earned. I mean, I do think at [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 8, 2010


A few years after the fall of the Marxist utopias, I found myself sitting on a sofa in Beverly Hills next to a man who was worth half a billion dollars. His name was Stanley Gold and he was chairman of a holding company that was the largest shareholder in Disney, the largest media corporation [...]

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