Monthly Archives: August 2011

Warren Buffett says, “Stop Coddling the Super Rich!” It’s time to raise taxes, especially the capital gains taxes on all those millionaire and billionaire investors

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett makes a compelling argument to raise taxes on the super rich. Herein is the letter published in the New York Times on August 14, 2011 as well as Charlie Rose’s one-hour interview of Warren Buffett following its publication. Continue reading

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Democratic US Senatorial Candidate, Susan Bysiewicz, from Connecticut: Interview on August 5, 2011 by Barefoot Accountant. Part I: How can we create jobs in Connecticut and America?

On August 5th, 2011, the Barefoot Accountant interviewed Democratic primary candidate for the United States Senate, Susan Bysiewicz. The hour-long interview will be presented herein in a series of eight segments. The first segment–how the federal government can create jobs in Connecticut and America–follows. Continue reading

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Please sign up to form the Middle Class Party in Connecticut: change politics in Connecticut and America

We need to form a Middle Class Party in Connecticut so that the middle class has a voice at the local, state, and federal levels of government. Please sign up now so that we may register the party in Connecticut and change politics in Connecticut and America. Continue reading

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Sign the petition for Mayor Adam Salina of Berlin, Connecticut to stop raising property taxes

The taxpayers of Berlin, Connecticut cannot afford another increase in property taxes. We, the undersigned taxpayers, petition you to hold the line on property taxes and not to increase property taxes as long as unemployment remains above 5% in our … Continue reading

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Debt ceiling raised: $2.1 trillion in cuts; no taxes. Three Connecticut Representatives support the middle class.

Three Connecticut Representatives of the House stand up for working families in Connecticut, voting against the debt ceiling bill protecting the rich and burdening the middle class: Rosa DeLauro, John Larson, and Chris Murphy Continue reading

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