The nomination of Loretta Lynch to the position of Attorney General is before you. Although her intelligence, experience, and poise may appear to make her a superb candidate, it is clear now that she would be an extremely poor - even dangerous -- choice due to her strong position … [Read more...] about An Open Letter to the Senate Regarding Loretta Lynch
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As I read this recent article in the Wall Street Journal, "Sluggish Productivity Hampers Wage Gains" I mulled as to whether or not the Wall Street Journal had started a new satire section -- but then it occurred to me that the author's analysis of the current market was … [Read more...] about WSJ Begins a Satire Section — Or Does It?
According to the LA Times, Hillary Clinton has revealed that aides "deleted more than 30,000 emails that she deemed personal." In fact, Clinton herself breaks down the email numbers: there were 62,320 total messages. 30,490 of these were provided to the State Department, and … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton Wrote More Personal Emails Than Official Ones, Averaging 31 a Day
CPAs know all the good jokes... … [Read more...] about Mark Twain on Taxes
During oral arguments of the Burwell Obamacare case before the Supreme Court on Wednesday, a possible resolution seemed to rear its ugly head when Chief Justice Roberts questioned U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli over the contested ambiguity of the application of Obamacare … [Read more...] about SCOTUS Should Not Apply “Deference” In the Obamacare Case