Ted Cruz Supports Flat Tax

The Republican candidate Ted Cruz is not the first candidate pandering to those TEA party enthusiasts who would like to establish a flat tax rate that would make it simple for every person currently paying federal taxes. Doing so he believes the country could save roughly $500 billion or what he believed was the equivalent of the budget for the Department of Defense. To be factual the $500 billion estimate was from a few years ago when he was running for the US Senate, and estimates at the time for the DOD were about the same except it did not include a couple of items which increased the costs of the military to almost a trillion dollars.

The guys down at Boraie Development feel there is something to be said for a candidate who is bold enough to put a real plan in place that every American can understand and the majority support. For the voters on the left he is not robbing entitlement programs such as Medicare or Social Security. For the voters on the right he is reducing the size of government. The major problem his opponents will bring up is it increases the tax burden on the middle and lower economic classes, which currently pays little to no taxes when everything is said and done. But it does reduce the tax burden on the wealthier population which the Republicans believe will lead to increased economic development by adding more companies and more jobs. The truth is they have enough money to add jobs and companies if they really wanted too.

The Restructuring of YouTube

YouTube is a website that everyone knows. It is has been one of the most successful websites, but somehow it has not been a site that has made lots of money in the past. This, however, was before the site was restructured by Google.

In the past there were just a bunch of videos. People clicked on videos that could be watched without interruption, much like they would with CPA Marketing. Google purchased the site and this is what made it profitable. Now there are a lot of different people that are interested in visiting this website to make a profit. People can develop a channel and begin making money. There are ads that are running constantly on this website. There is a music section called Music Key. There are also a lot of people that come to the site and subscribe to channels.

Many people have been seeing the YouTube site going through the change. Some people love the website. Other people do not care for the changes. It is designed to make a lot of money this way though. Now YouTube is getting geared up to compete against Netflix and HBO. There are already video links that go straight to the Vevo site. This is what YouTube will need for a movie website as well. Right now people can rent movies on YouTube, but the company needs to actually have an external link from YouTube for new movies rentals.

Kanye West Blames Producers for His Muted Billboard Music Awards Performance

When Kanye West took the stage to close this year’s Billboard Music Awards, everyone expected the manic rapper to put on an awesome show. Immediately, lights were flashing and an explosion of sparks and fire engulfed the screen. Viewers at home could barely see the rapper on stage, so we can only how blinded those in attendance were.

Aside from the pyrotechnics, when West performed his new hit, “All Day”, he was heavily censored due to the nature of the song. Ricardo Tosto couldn’t believe they would do that when he watched in Brazil. It is riddled with curse words and derogatory phrases. The rapper was muted for most of his performance, with periods of 15-30 seconds completely silent due to the nature of his lyrics. And now, the rapper’s people are speaking out on his grossly censored performance.

Although TMZ reported that West performed a version of “All Day” that wasn’t pre-approved by the producers of the awards show, that wasn’t the case according to West’s representative who stated, Kanye West was grossly over-censored at the Billboard Music Awards. Non-profane lyrics such as ’with my leather black jeans on’ were muted for over 30 second intervals. As a result, his voice and performance were seriously misrepresented,”

It’s quite plausible that the producers didn’t know what was going to come out of the rapper’s mouth next, so they muted him for a long period of time to avoid costly fines by the FCC.

In the end, West’s performance was a complete disaster, but the television station shouldn’t be the one to blame. Perhaps “All Day” was far too inappropriate for prime time television. Maybe West’s ode to his mother, “Only One” featuring Paul McCartney, would have been a better choice for the event.