1. 2014 New Family Tax Cuts - MP Joy Smith


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    For more information on the tax cuts, visit: http://www.joysmith.ca/news.asp?newsID=876

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    • Legislative Review and What It Means to Missourians


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      This week, Speaker of the House Tim Jones (R) and State Senator Scott Sifton (D) offer their views on the impact of the 2014 Legislative session. They also address the possibility of a special legislative session, should Governor Jay Nixon decide to call one and both lawmakers look ahead to the annual veto session. Also, Julia Bush has a report on one Missouri woman's comeback from a traumatic brain injury and she has information on how you can help others who also want to race back to health.

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      • The Impact of Forthcoming Tax Cuts in Missouri


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        The State Legislature passed it, Governor Nixon vetoed it and then lawmakers overrode that. The potential of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax cuts is now in place for Missouri. Will that spur economic development in the state be a boost to our economy or will it shortchange important state services and public education. This week's show - which was recorded as the final override vote was about to take place - looks at the impact of tax cuts with viewpoints from Missouri GOP Chairman Ed Martin and Gary Sharpe, President of Missouri Public School Advocates.

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        • Blueprint For Prosperity


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          Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signs Blueprint For Prosperity tax relief plan, returns bulk of nearly $1 billion surplus to taxpayers through income and property tax cuts and changes to withholding.

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          • Red Ink


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            The Occupy Wall Street Movement is a now well recognized protest movement that began back in September 2011 in New York City’s Wall Street financial district. The Occupy protesters' slogan "We are the 99%" refers to the protester's perceptions of income disparity in the US and economic inequality in general. The main issues raised by Occupy Wall Street were social and economic inequality (as it had risen to the levels not seen since the Great Depression), greed, corruption and the perceived undue influence of corporations on government—particularly from the financial services sector. But what is the true mechanism between the government and the financial services sector that infuriated so many American citizens all at once? In this documentary we scrutinize the entangled relationship between US politics, the media and corporations which is shaping the life of the 99%. Stay with us to find out how corporate bodies buy and pay for the government leaving the 99% to suffer the dire consequences. PRESS TV Documentaries

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            • Missouri Legislative Session Preview: The Democratic Viewpoint


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              Democratic lawmakers in Missouri's Legislature have an additional challenge ahead of them: while all lawmakers face an uphill battle to get their ideas passed into law, Democrats are vastly outnumbered in both the State House and State Senate. State Representative Vicki Englund gives us a preview of the issues she believes will be the major discussions when the Legislature gets back to business in less than two months.

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              • Josh Barro: Advice On Tax and Spending Cuts


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                Josh suggests a tax cut to conservatives and a spending cut to liberals. Josh Barro is an American journalist, currently the Politics Editor at Business Insider. He has previously written for Bloomberg View, and before that was a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. This video is part of the Dish's Ask Anything interview series and was recorded on May 30, 2013 in New York, NY.

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                • What Is Entitlement? Or How Grandpa Can't Store His Meds Offshore


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                  Obama has put forth his budget proposal to Congress like a bone before the three-headed GOP guardian dog of Hades...hoping it will suffice. In it are severe cuts to so-called entitlement programs via the chained CPI, sure to please house Republicans but leave most Americans far worse off. What are these "entitlement" programs? And on this tax day that hasn't got the biggest corporate evaders worried one bit, what is real meaning of "entitlement"? Good background articles: What is Chained CPI: http://politi.co/ZrivL3 Mooching Off Medicaid http://nyti.ms/ZriJ4J Who Relies on Medicare: http://bit.ly/ZriA1g The Plan to Improve Social Security's Finances That No One's Talking About http://bit.ly/ZriG8W Written, directed, and edited by Francesca Fiorentini Camera by Patricio Guillamón Like LaughToNotCry on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LaughToNotCry Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/franifio Visit my tumblr site: http://www.laughtonotcry.com

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                  • Deficit Hawkman Returns


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                    Deficit Hawkman returns to save the day once again! See what Paul Ryan has in mind for the nation, the economy and the "Grand Bargain." A Mark Fiore political animation.

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