Wall Street & Big Oil

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. Supermajor is a name commonly used to describe the world's five (and sometimes six) largest publicly-owned oil and gas companies. 5.0/5

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Fraud & hypocrite extraordinaire Jill Stein cannot claim to be against Big Pharma, Wall Street and Big Oil, and be investe…
The US military industrial complex, Wall Street and Big Oil are vying to buy the presidency | Nafeez Ahmed 
"War is Good for Business”: Big Oil, Wall Street and the Pentagon
THE AMERICAN DEEP STATE: Wall Street, Big Oil and the Attack on U.S. Democracy | An Interview with Peter Dale Scott
The revelation late last week that global average temperatures set a new record in 2014 seemed to underscore a political and cultural shift on Climate Change that, by many accounts, was already well underway. From the stock markets and Wall Street to the boardrooms of Big Oil — and even the [...]
FLASH! In stunning turn, House Rs switch their kiss-up from Wall Street to Big Oil. Another victory for freedom!
How? Oh that's simple. With the truth. George Bush Jr., *** Cheney, John Cornyn and his GOP pals, conspired with Big Oil, Wall Street and corporate media to deceive the American people in order to enrich their own pockets. They lied about WMD's to terrorize and instill fear in the American people and gin up support for an unnecessary war they would profit from, both politically and financially. Sadly, because of their treachery, these young Americans did not die for freedom or America. They died in vain for Exxon, BP, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Halliburtons bottom line and the ultra luxurious tax free lifestyle of their executives. The people in this conflict are not asking for our help and never wanted us there in the first place. So in order not to make a bad situation any worse, we are going to stay away and let these people work out their problems on their own. The truth is always simple.
Wall Street, Big Oil and gas prices: Some wonder whether Wall Street and Big Oil are to blame for the high pri...
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Folks get mad when Obama courtesy-bows to royalty or robots. But bowing down to Wall Street, Big Oil, Big Pharma and the NRA is just fine...
Who would have thought… Wall Street and Big Oil in collusion? Kirby McInerney, based in New York, will oversee about a dozen lawsuits alleging that some of the world’s biggest oil companies, including BP Plc (BP/), Statoil ASA (STL) and Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA), conspired with Morgan Stanley (MS) and energy traders including Vitol Group to manipulate spot prices for more than a decade.
Over-under on when the country starts to hate Silicon Valley the way it hates Wall Street and Big Oil?
Ted Cruz helped elect Bush, got rich from Big Oil and his wife works for Wall Street. We know why he doesn't care.
Some Members of Congress-- virtually all the Republicans, all the New Dems and every single Blue Dogs for example-- finance their political careers by taking legalistic bribes from special interests like Wall Street banks, armaments makers or Big Oil. Blue America has been encouraging a new model, one based on congressmen who represent actual citizens and citizens who chip in to help with their campaigns. Our avatar for this model has always been Alan Grayson. This weekend is another quarterly FEC deadline. You probably got dozens of e-mails from all kinds of phony-baloney Democrats begging for help, primarily ones like Patrick Murphy, Sean Patrick Maloney and Ann Kuster who have worked for the bad guys all year and have only earned your scorn. Instead we'd like to ask you to consider making a contribution to Grayson's campaign. He continues to super-serve ordinary working families, not big, wealthy corporations and their lobbyists. This week he offered an amendment to an offshore drilling bill that would ...
To the GOP who represent Wall Street, Koch Brothers and Big Oil instead of representing the American people,
Here’s a look at the top seven loopholes and giveaways that Republicans think are more important than protecting our economy, jobs, the middle class, and the most vulnerable among us: Extra tax breaks enjoyed by the wealthiest Americans — $520 BILLION Tax break for companies that ship jobs overseas — $168 BILLION Special tax breaks for the largest oil companies — $25 BILLION The loophole that allow people like Mitt Romney to pay a lower tax rate than middle-class workers — $21 BILLION Tax deductions for vacation homes and yachts — $10 BILLION The corporate jet loophole — $3 BILLION Special write-offs for horse breeders (aka the Bluegrass Boondoggle) — $126 MILLION BOTTOM LINE: The Republicans are choosing to protect millionaires and special interests like Big Oil and Wall Street instead of funding our military and programs vital for the middle class and the health of our economy.
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Dear Dave, Why am I thankful? You. Because when 100,000 of you take action online it inspires us to take bold action in the streets and the banks and the boardrooms. This year, with your help, we: teamed up with dozens of partners to train 60,000 people in nonviolent direct action; joined with Occupy Wall Street activists to challenge the foreclosure crisis directly; went after General Electric, Wells Fargo, and America's biggest corporate tax dodgers on Tax Day; joined with Senator Bernie Sanders to strip away $10 BILLION in Corporate Welfare (each year) from Big Oil, Gas, and Coal; projected onto Jamie Dimon's penthouse apartment with a simple message - "Step Down from the Fed or Else;" went directly after Financial Fraud Task Force chair Eric Schneiderman for giving Wall Street criminals a free pass; began a solidarity campaign with Walmart's striking workers. Every time we roll into action, you make it possible, and you have our backs. We proudly try to represent your interests and aspirations at the ...
It is so much better to win than to lose, and like all other Democrats I have spent a lot of happy hours since election day reading stories about all the right wing billionaires’ and Wall Street money that was wasted, and all the Republican finger pointing and whining about why they lost. The many losers on the Republican side were to my mind some of the people and groups who have degraded our politics and policies in the worst kind of way- the biggest names among them besides the actual candidates including Karl Rove, the Chamber of Commerce, Sheldon Adelson, the Koch Brothers, the Wall Street money boys, Big Oil and Big Coal, and the extremist anti *** and anti-choice groups. It is a pleasure to see these people, corporations, and groups unhappy for a while -- not out of any sense of vindictiveness, but just knowing that if they were feeling happy the rest of us would be suffering mightily because of their terrible agenda for America. By Mike Lux
"Friend, I'm honored that I will have the opportunity to serve the people of Massachusetts in the United States Senate, and I'm deeply grateful for everything you've done to help send me to Washington. You know what I want to do. When I'm sworn in just a couple of months from now, I want to fight for jobs, for students crushed by debt, for seniors who paid into Social Security and Medicare, for equal pay, for clean energy, for marriage equality. I want millionaires and billionaires and Big Oil companies to pay their fair share. And I want to hold Wall Street accountable. You know what I care about. But here's the honest truth: it will be incredibly difficult to do any of that if we can't get up-or-down votes in the Senate. Remember Jimmy Stewart's classic film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington? I love that movie. That's what most of us think of when we hear the word "filibuster" -- a single passionate senator speaking for hours about legislation they fiercely oppose until they literally collapse with exhaustio ...
Did ya catch "Carl Rove's" most recent statement? The one where he blames the Dem's for suppressing the vote?. I included him on my list, with a special message. Mr.Rove I started.Doesn't seem to me all the money you bilked out of Big Oil, Wall Street & for and behalf of the Romney campaign plus unknown amounts of "Dark Money" Did more harm then good for the GOP.Thousands of voters waiting hrs...some standing in the rain should have made it quite clear.Yer done, rollover and die Muther F'er...
Finally, it's over. I am so thankful that we can rest assured that the legisltation signed by Obama over the past four years will prevail: Lilly-Ledbetter act for women's equal pay; healthcare for the uninsured will take effect in 2013; insurance companies will begin next year to provide health insurance payments rather than build corporate coffers; Wall Street reforms will be implemented; credit card companies rates will be regulated; Don't Ask Don't Tell will stay in tact; Immigration Reform can be broadened beyond the Dream Act; renewable energy can move closer to reality; dependence on oil continues to decline as controls on Big Oil increase; we will not start a war in Iran, we don't need another VietNam or Irag; we focus on rebuilding our infrastructure and create jobs at home by tax incentives to job creators who keep jobs in America and do not ship them over seas; Pell grant reform will continue; and a return to support for our governmentally funded educators, emergency response personnel and pol ...
And Last... A Jefferson County, Colorado, jury convicted a 66-year-old woman of felony theft and felony identity theft last week, after the woman stole checks from another woman and used them to pay her own utility bills. As if that weren't bad enough, CBS 4 in Denver reports, "The victim is partially blind, developmentally disabled, has cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair. She is on a fixed income of $596 per month." The convicted perpetrator, on the other hand, had earlier this year been named "Democrat of the Year" by the Jefferson County Democratic Party -- after the party had been informed of the investigation. Damage already done, she was stripped of the award only after the conviction. Had she stolen from a Wall Street investor, or a Big Oil tycoon, however, we have little doubt that she would've kept her award and received a congratulatory phone call from the president.
If Mitt Romney becomes President of the United States I will continue to be treated like a second-class citizen without any hope for equality. We can debate foreign and Domestic Policy and all they encompass. But for me, the deciding factor is under whose leadership might I one day be granted my civil rights. Will I be able to get married? Start a family? Find a job and a place to live without prejudice? Visit the hospital bedside of the person I love? As I said, issues of foreign and Domestic Policy are debatable. We can talk about Obamacare, the Middle East, energy, education, the economy, Small Business, Big Oil, FEMA, rape, violence, choice, the Supreme Court, Wall Street, Main Street, the 99%, the 47%, war, peace and prosperity. Those things are all important. And perhaps you're basing your vote on one or more of those topics. Not me. It's very difficult to sort through politics today and the laws and ideals that those politics are set to protect. But I tend to revert back to the old standard: "all m ...
Scott Brown just cancelled his final debate. He put out a press release and announced that this week's debate -- scheduled to be shown on every local TV station in Massachusetts -- just wasn't necessary. That's how a Wall Street, Big Oil, Mitt Romney Republican plans to win this election. To do anything remotely possible to avoid talking about his votes on jobs, taxes, health care, equal pay for equal work, access to birth control or special deals for Wall Street. It's plain and simple: Scott Brown doesn't want to talk about his record!
I want to appeal to all you young people. Please vote for B. OBAMA. I am 76 years old, over 20 years as a professional soldier. Please think about John Kennedy, Bill Clinton, and one of the BEST MEN THAT was ever born, Jimmy Carter. We had it so good. Then think about SPIRO AGNEW, RICHARD NIXON, and the BUSH MIESTER,"George". Think Iran Contra, Watergate, Irag, Deregulation of Wall Street, Big Oil. Think about 9-11 and Bush Senior sitting with the Bin Laden Family and whisked them out of the country before they could be questioned by CIA. Go back a little farther...Think about George Wallce in Alabama, Think about Little Rock Ark. Think about all the lynchings, killings, condoned by the Republican Party. Then think about who stopped it. The Kennedy's, Lyndon Johnson, . Ladies please think about what this guy" ROMNEY" wants to do. OVERTURN ROE Vs. WADE. Ladies you WILL NOT have a choice about what to do if you or one of you daughters are raped and becomes pregnant. They will keep your wages lower than mens ...
Wall Street & billionaire Bloomberg,Big Oil & billionaire Koch Bros wouldn't be backing GOP Scott Brown if as he claims was for us.
Sometimes I think that working class Americans who support Romney/Ryan and other gop candidates suffer from Stockholm Syndrome (aka Patty Hearst disease.) They have unwittingly adopted the beliefs of their tormentors and exploiters (the Koch Brothers, Big Oil, Big Pharma, Wall Street et al.)
I saw 2 great t-shirts today. said. I'm a Democrat and we care about all the American people. # 2 said I'm a Republican and we care about Big Oil, Big Banks, Wall street, and love all you millionaire. I will buy
So, here's the deal. I am not a knee-jerk liberal. I'm aware the economy is not good, that a lot of people out there are still hurting. Our looming debt crisis is a serious threat to the country-and the world. That being said, if John Boehner AND Harry Reid's hair was on fire, I wouldn't waste a bucket of water on either ONE of 'em. Still, I can't believe that selling our Presidency to Big Oil, multinational corporations, and the Wall Street crowd that STARTED this recession can possibly be in our best interest. It also seems to me that doubling or tripling our production of fossil fuels, just to cling to dirty, obsolete hundred-year-old technology is a lousy idea, for us AND for our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Happy Sunday!
Below is from Elizabeth Warren's website. It will come as no surprise to anyone that I am supporting her. I do like what she says here and therefore I share: There are plenty of people in Washington looking out for the billion dollar corporations and lobbying for Wall Street. I've been an outsider, but for years, I've been fighting for middle class families, taking on big banks, putting forward new ideas, and working to turn those ideas into a reality that makes a difference for people. That's what I'll keep doing once I'm in the U.S. Senate. I'll be there fighting for Small Businesses and middle class families. I want you to know what I believe, where I stand, and what I'll fight for as your United States Senator. I want to help rebuild America's middle class. I want people who work hard and play by the rules to have real opportunities to get ahead. I want us to build a better tomorrow for ourselves and our children. During the Great Depression and the years after World War II, our country made two rema ...
Paul Ryan supports ending Medicare. I support Medicare for All. Paul Ryan supports lowering taxes on the rich. I want the rich to finally pay their fair share. Paul Ryan thinks the way to create jobs is tax giveaways for Big Oil, Wall Street, and other big corporations. I'm a Small Businessman who fights for the little guy.
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I will vote for Obama in 2012. 12 Things You Should Know About Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan (Scott Hoffman - Mitt Romney just introduced Paul Ryan as "the next president of the United States." Apparently, even ROMNEY doesn't want ROMNEY for president.) 1. Raises taxes on the middle class, cuts them for millionaires. 2. Dramatically increases Medicare costs for seniors, increases eligibility age. ...3. Leaves Social Security to the whims of Wall Street. 4. Budget would result in 4.1 million lost jobs in 2 years. 5. Eliminates Pell Grants for more than 1 million students. 6. Embraces extreme individualism (selfishness is “virtue.”) 7. Keeps $40 billion in subsidies for Big Oil. 8. Ryan’s Family stands to benefit from oil subsidies 9. Claimed Romneycare has led to “rationing and benefit cuts.” 10. Believes that Romneycare is “not that dissimilar to Obamacare.” 11. Accused generals of lying about their support for Obama’s military budget. 12. Co-sponsored a personhood amendment. Image ...
Republicans have had time to spearhead a witch hunt on Attorney General Holder, get 30 house votes to repeal Health Care Reform and dozens more protecting the interests of Big Oil and Wall Street, yet they do not have the time to assist one of its own agencies, which it created in the first place, from collapsing. Its like the spoiled kid in school growing up. He's never happy with what he has and is so busy whining for "more" he doesn't even know *** he wants or likes. I'm sure this is exactly what our forefathers had in mind. GO AMERICA!!
Oh sure the free markets could self-regulate. Weakened oversight worked out so well with Wall Street (the 1929 & 2008 crashes), Big Oil (Gulf & other spills), Big Coal (mine disasters), the Manufacturing Sector (Child Labor, unsafe workplaces), Food Processing (e-Coli outbreaks)... Need I go on?
Next week marks the two-year anniversary of the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Dodd-Frank is the bill President Obama signed into law to protect consumers and rein in risky Wall Street behavior after the housing and financial crisis made clear that the worl...
Crossroads GPS (Karl Rove’s special interest pet project) is running another attack against us on Ohio TV. I think by now it’s become crystal clear that Ohio is one of GPS’s favorite destinations for their smears and lies. Maybe they think Ohioans will ignore my long record of fighting Wall Street and Big Oil in defense of the middle class. Maybe they think that if they push hard enough, we’ll stop pushing back. Maybe they think spending millions of dollars really can buy you power in an election. They’re certainly trying their hardest -- putting $1.1 million behind this newest distortion of my record. This is what we’re fighting against. All we need is 4% of our dedicated online supporters to give $12 or more, and we’ll crush our $400,000 goal this month. Have you given your $12 yet? Crossroads GPS and its sister group, American Crossroads, are set to spend $70 million to influence Senate races this year. We’ve already seen a total of $2.5 million in attacks from GPS alone. Special intere ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders: Gas Prices: Just two companies own 31 of the 58 Franklin County gas stations. "There's no real competition to lower prices," Sen. Bernie Sanders told the St. Albans Messenger. He asked the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice to investigate Big Oil: As gas prices neared $4 this spring, President Obama asked his Justice Department to investigate, but the task force seldom met and uncovered nothing. Some senators like Sherrod Brown and Sanders "have pushed earnestly for the feds to step in, but Republicans say they'll block any move against Wall Street," according to an article in the Miami New Times, Phoenix New Times and other alternative newspapers. Chemical Safety: Citing an investigation by the Chicago Tribune, a group of 26 senators, including Sanders, called for a sweeping update of a federal law gives the government little power to *** or limit dangers from chemicals added to furniture, electronics, toys, cosmetics and household products. H .. ...
"Romney's approach to the economy boils down to this: the ultra rich deserve even more advantages, and the poor and middle class should foot the bill. It's how he approached his job as a vulture capitalist at Bain Capital, buying up companies, laying off their workers, outsourcing their jobs, and saddling them with debt, all so he could extract wealth for his rich investors. Now he wants to do the same thing to our country. Romney would lay off teachers and firefighters and expand the deficit in order to fund more tax privileges for the richest 1%. Romney would gut safeguards that protect consumers from reckless Wall Street traders. And he'd end Medicare, throwing countless seniors into poverty to pay for more tax loopholes for Big Oil" Carl Younger
I think that what's sad is no matter how accepting I am of other folks views I believe I will lose some friends over the Supreme Court ruling. Sorry folks give that it is no longer mandated consumerism but a tax I'm for it. Just like I'm for medicare; medicaid and Social Security. The richest nation on the face of the earth should be able to take care of it's own. If we would just stop subsidizing Big Oil and regulate CEO pay and put some oversight onto Wall Street it really wouldn't cost us that much. In fact it'd probably be cheaper in the long run. Oh I'm also for lower collage tuition's for our children.
Question: Why won't Republicans pass the rest of 'The American Jobs Act' that would put millions of construction workers back to work ? The bill that has been in the hands of Congress since September 2011, and is fully paid for ?? Answer: Because if millions of construction workers go back to work, it will make President Obama look good, and America will be more secure as bridges and roads are repaired, crumbling schools will look better as they are being repaired. The GOP want the President to fail, and in the words of Speaker Boehner, "if America fails too, so be it.". Destroying President Obama is the most important thing to Republicans; that, and making sure that the wealthiest American citizens continue to get the Bush Tax Cuts, (Those Job Creators) that Big Oil keep getting Billions in Tax Incentives, that there are NO Regulations to prevent another BP Oil Disaster, or that the 'Too Big To Fail' Banks, Insurance, and Wall Street will be able to Regulate themselves again; those that caused the ...
"Scott Brown doesn't want to talk about his support for Wall Street or his votes for Big Oil and against student loans and jobs, so he's doing everything he can to distract attention from his record." - from the Elizabeth Warren campaign. Just about says it all, doesn't it? Brown-noser to Wall Street, voted AGAINST student loan reform, against stimulus for jobs. Vote for Elizabeth Warren for Senate. She actually cares about the middle class.
Will the brain dead Obamaphiles blame this on Bush, Cheney, Wall Street, Big Oil, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin,...
Willard Romney is the "Anti-President". He's Anti everything. He's anti poor, abortion, immigration, labor, healthcare,regulations, *** and privacy. He's for taxes for everyone but the top 2%. He's for Big Oil, Big Business, Wall Street crooks, and apparently elevators for his cars. No choice there for a thinking, caring person.
A Public Citizen Blog May3 Public Citizen clears up debate around high gas prices By: Allison Fisher The current rise in gas prices has escalated partisan bickering about what factors determine the cost of gas and how we can address the volatility of prices. In an effort to cut through the competing rhetoric about gas prices and the various legislative efforts aimed at lowering them, Public Citizen recently hosted a webinar titled “Gas Prices: Beyond Supply and Demand,” in which we explained the cost of gasoline from oil well to pump, exposed how Wall Street artificially drives up gas prices and identified the ways American consumers can fight back against Big Oil and financial speculators. View Gas Prices: Beyond Supply and Demand The Q & A portion of the webinar provided an opportunity to broaden our discussion to include other elements related to oil consumption, additional factors that affect domestic gas prices and potential short-term policy fixes to lower the cost of gas. Below are three questi ...
Thanks to Reita Grant for this information: Meet the special interests trying to buy this Senate race: CROSSROADS GPS: Karl Rove's front group and a major player in races across the Country. (My words: No one plays dirtier than Karl Rove.) 60 PLUS ASSOCIATION: Pat Boone is their spokesperson, privatizing Social Security is their top issue -- with ending Medicare as we know it close behind. CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA: Despite their name, they're one of the most anti-choice organizations in America, opposing reproductive rights and attacking the LGBT community. COALITION TO PROTECT PATIENTS' RIGHTS: An anti-Health Care Reform group run in-part by a powerful DC lobbying firm, it's determined to push misinformation to stop health insurance reforms. U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Not to be confused with your local Chamber of Commerce, they represent powerful special interests like Big Oil and Wall Street. (My words: The Chamber is the largest lobbying organization in America. It had more than 150 lobbyists from 25 ...
"The 'Buffett Rule' is commonsense - in America, Wall Street insiders and Big Oil executives should no longer pay lower taxes."
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THE ARGUMENT in the war over the budget is the failure to remind the forgetful public how the deficit grew as a result of the Bush/Cheney/Greedy One Percent Party. Discussing how America got itself into this predicament has two benefits. It not only reminds the public of the acts of the prior administration by not regulating Wall Street, but also exposes why Wall Street and the BIG MONEY is opposing the President. Further, the public needs to be reminded that the very same right-wing Republicans advocating cuts in Medicare, Social Security, Education, etc, are the VERY SAME REPUBLICANS who voted for the Iraq War but did not fund it; the Bush Tax Cuts for the wealthiest; the unfunded subsidy to Big Pharma, as well as BIG OIL, and BIG MILITARY. Then accountability of the Greedy One Percent Party continuing its support of America's wealthiest, BIG OIL, WALL STREET, will have real, UNDERSTANDABLE meaning.
In screwed news...despite a majority of Senators voting to cut off tens of billions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies to Big Oil on Thursday – the Corporate Welfare spigot is still flowing as Democrats couldn't get the 60 votes needed to stop a near-unified Republican filibuster. Only two Republicans defied the oil industry and voted to cut off the subsidies – Senators Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe. Meanwhile – four Democrats sided with Big Oil, including Senators Ben Nelson, Mary Landrieu, Mark Begich, and Jim Webb. So how were the oil barons able to keep their welfare despite overwhelming public opposition to the subsidies? The answer is...$23 million. The 47 Senators who voted for big oil collected more than $23 million in campaign contributions from big oil and gas companies. That's more than four times the amount of contributions that the 51 Senators who voted against big oil collected. We saw this same same thing with Wall Street reform – as banksters contributed four-times more money to Se ...
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