Tag Archives: 2012

5 Ideas To Prevent Economic Ruin by Matt Taibbi

Keith and Matt Taibbi, “Countdown” contributor and editor at Rolling Stone, discuss his recent op-ed for the magazine that outlined his proposed list of demands for the Occupy Wall Street protesters.
http://current.com/shows/countdown/

1. Break up the monopolies
2. Pay for your own bailouts.
3. No money for private lobbying
4. Tax hedge-fund gambers
5. Change the way bankers get paid.


Matt Taibbi & Bill Maher Great Clip
“Goldman Sachs the worlds most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money!”


Matt Taibbi at the 2008 Debate

Related Links
Goldman Sachs vs. Rolling Stone (Matt Taibbi)
Matt Taibbi’s Advice to #OWS

How Fragile We Are!

A sunrise does not last all morning
All things pass
a cloudburst does not last all day
All things pass
Nor a sunset,
All things pass

What always changes?
Earth, sky, thunder, mountain, water…
Wind, fire, lake

These change
And if these do not last

Do man’s visions last?
Do man’s illusions?

Take things as they come
All things pass

Lao Tsu (Chinese, 604-531 B.C.)



And once we have the condition of peace and joy in us, we can afford to be in any situation. Even in the situation of hell, we will be able to contribute our peace and serenity. The most important thing is for each of us to have some freedom in our heart, some stability in our heart, some peace in our heart. Only then will we be able to relieve the suffering around us.


Thich Nhat Hanh


here are some cool related links:

The Known Universe Scientifically Rendered For All to See

Visions of the Cosmos:  From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe

A sunrise does not last all morning
All things pass
a cloudburst does not last all day
All things pass
Nor a sunset
All things pass

What always changes?
Earth, sky, thunder, mountain, water…
Wind, fire, lake

These change
And if these do not last

Do man’s visions last?
Do man’s illusions?

Take things as they come
All things pass

Lao Tsu (Chinese, 604-531 B.C.)