"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"

"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Students protest JP Morgan Chase recruiters at IU Kelly School of Business

A group of protesters successfully prevented JP Morgan Chase bank from conducting a recruitment meeting on IU's Bloomington campus last night.

The protesters rightfully claim “JPMorgan-Chase was among the major financial institutions that caused the 2008 financial collapse with its criminally greedy, fraudulent lending practices."

The students blocked the door to the meeting and through an act of peaceful civil disobedience caused the meeting to not take place. Five students were arrested.

Chase and many of the other central banks are getting the message that we know they are criminals.

Thursday, November 10, 2011


This on line poll was quickly yanked showing Ron Paul the winner...oh yes, and he was also given the least amount of time to speak. There is indeed a conspiracy by the media against Ron Paul, which is all the more reason liberty seeking Americans should support his candidacy.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

How I transformed a dirty house into my dream home: Part One




I know this is not related to Fair Taxation, but you all know how much I love my house!

I've always wanted to write about my renovation journey over on Central Avenue. When Angie's List learned I've written a hundred reports, they asked me to write a monthly column. I enthusiastically accepted and volunteered!

How I transformed a dirty house into my dream home: Part One

The article shows a "before" picture of my house taken in 2003 right after I had the ugly shiny black peeling trim re-painted. I could not afford to renovate the exterior stucco of my house back then, so I just did the trim.

My new monthly national column will chronicle my adventures of hiring extraordinary local talent willing, happy, and most importantly competent, to take on my "scalable" projects, one at a time.


Interview - Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Part I

Interview - John Perkins - Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Part II