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Sunday, January 20, 2008

● “Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense (And Stick You with the Bill)”

On Democracy Now January 18, 2008
David Cay Johnston reveals how government subsidies and new regulations have quietly funneled money from the poor and the middle class to the (politically connected) rich.


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David Cay Johnston, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist for the New York Times. His latest book is titled Free Lunch: How the Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves at Government Expense (And Stick You with the Bill). He is also author of the bestselling book Perfectly Legal: The Covert Campaign to Rig Our Tax System to Benefit the Super Rich—and Cheat Everybody Else.

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Thursday, January 3, 2008

● Resident Bush's Last Day in Office Countdown Clock


residency |ˈrez(ə)dənsē; ˈrezəˌdensē|
noun ( pl. -cies)
• the fact of living in a place : a government ruling allowed the right to residency.
• a residential post held by a person.


resident |ˈrez(ə)dənt; ˈrezəˌdent|
noun
a person who lives somewhere permanently or on a long-term basis.
• a bird, Bush, butterfly, or other animal of a species that does not migrate or travel abroad.
• a person who boards at a boarding school.
historical a British government agent in any semi-independent state, esp. the governor general's agent at the court of an Indian state.

adjective
living somewhere on a long-term basis : he has been resident in the White House for a long time.
• living at a school, office, or institution : resident students.
• (of a computer program, file, etc., such as, a virus implanted, spread on the DIEBOLD TOUCH-SCREEN VOTING MACHINES ) immediately available in computer memory, rather than having to be loaded from elsewhere.

DERIVATIVES
residentship |-ˌ sh ip| noun ( historical).

ORIGIN Middle English : from Latin resident- ‘remaining,’ from the verb residere (see RESIDE ).

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resident

noun
the residents of D.C. INHABITANT, local, citizen, native; townsfolk, townspeople; householder, homeowner, occupier, tenant; formal denizen.

adjective
1 is he currently resident in The White House? LIVING, residing, in residence; formal dwelling.
2 a resident governor LIVE-IN, living in.

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