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Embracing Socialism

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Arguments about socialism provide great fodder for bitching and griping, but we'd be better off embracing it for what it can do and making it peculiarly American. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – Trust the Government, NOT!

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Like Orwell’s protagonist Winston Smith, the heroes of both The Pilgrim and Silver Circle see something they shouldn't have and this starts them on the road to thought-crimes and more. Read More »

House Ways and Means Committee Investigating 501 (c) (4) Tax Issues

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We present some framework in connection with the ongoing tax exemption debate in the House of Representatives. Read More »

Book Review: Tax Cheating: Illegal–But Is It Immoral? by Donald Morris

Informative and interesting book about what constitutes tax cheating. Read More »

Book Review: The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy – How To Save Yourself And Your Country by Peter Schiff

Strategies to return the United States and the global economy to prosperity. They'll at least start discussion. Read More »

Identity Thieves Target Uncle Sam

Is the government a favorite target of identity thieves? Read More »

A Flood of New CPAs, Out of the Blue

When did some of my friends on Facebook become Mitt Romney's expert tax accountants? Read More »

Employee? Independent Contractor? New Laws and IRS Auditing Want to Know

With 60% of Federal revenue coming from employment taxes, expect more examination from the IRS and new laws enacted. Read More »

America’s Internal Revenue Service Pursues anti-Israel Policies on Orders of Obama Administration

These are the actions of Israel's alleged "ally". Tell me another joke - maybe I'll laugh. Read More »

A Fair Income Tax Is No Income Tax, Part 1

The income tax system is broken and it's time for the IRS to go away — and here's why! Read More »