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Bain Capitals deals are already evil

Bain Capital’s deals may not already be illegal, but they are certainly already evil. Advertisements

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Math is spiritual and uplifting

The study of math is spiritual and uplifting.  When we study math we are calmed and are able to appreciate what is greater than ourselves. When we pass on math, we do good.  This should give us a feeling of … Continue reading

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Perry Mason morality was accepted and common in 1950s

The morality in Perry Mason stories was accepted in the 1950s.   What you did when you got in a jam and cut corners was accepted as wrong.  This is now what Bain sets out to do deliberately.  This is a … Continue reading

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Bain Capital v Perry Mason story

In Perry Mason, a 1950s era businessman will often get into a jam.  He is trying to run a legitimate business, but he gets in debt and then can’t make a payment and tries to take the easy way out. … Continue reading

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Bain Capital targeted morality itself

Bain Capital expose by Matt Taibbi video. http://www.democracynow.org/2012/8/30/matt_taibbi_the_secret_to_mitt The Wall Street LBO crowd didn’t just want to push individuals down, they wanted to break down communities, social networks, and morality itself.   Mitt Romney was very much part of that. The … Continue reading

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How can Christians stop the Bain Capitals of Wall Street?

Linette Lopez at Business Insider. More specifically, it’s about Romney’s time at Bain and how he earned his fortune— something his campaign hasn’t necessarily been completely transparent about. The piece is called “Greed and Debt: The True Story of Mitt … Continue reading

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Catholic School Closings Philadelphia

J. D. Mullane Why Catholic schools are closing? Catholic schools are hanging on a thread of support by elderly faithful. In 1961, the archdiocese had more than 250,000 students. Today, it has 68,000 — a 72 percent plummet. Weekly church … Continue reading

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