Tag: Federal Law

A Big Dose of the Karma Pill

A Big Dose of the Karma Pill

Legal
Looks like smug former big pharma CEO from Turing Pharmaceuticals, Martin Shkreli, just got a huge dose of Karma when he was convicted of three felony counts of Securities Fraud out of eight counts yesterday in Brooklyn, New York. We'll take one if it means this boy sees a cell and orange in the near future. While the press is just treating it nonchalantly, surely the millions who needed the antiparasitic drug, Daraprim, used for treating AIDs that went from $13.50 a pill to a whopping $750.00 per pill a few years back, have finally had some sense of justice! When Shkreli testified on the Hill regarding his sweeping price hike which caused many to go without the drug, he plead the Fifth with all the cockiness of a young Millennial Jerk. Since then, Shkreli has been far from po...
What Sanctuary Cities Should Understand…

What Sanctuary Cities Should Understand…

Corruption, Economics-Business, Founding Fathers, History, Issues, Legal, Media, Trump News
Back in the day when our framers were structuring our Republic, they never allocated money to the colonies. This Federal money situation really didn't come into play until Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal as a way to 'fix' the Great Depression. As we know, the New Deal only prolonged the Depression and also created a bureaucratically nexus where states became heavily dependent on the Feds supporting their extremely excessive spending! Hence, it created a culture of 'double dipping' where states get money from two taxation systems instead of just one. In the colonial days, the states' rights included sovereignty which included self-financed. The states got their coffers filled by tax money from their goods and services produced by citizens; this included importing and exporting to other