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For millions of American individuals and businesses, the IRS tax code is becoming increasingly complex, largely because of its massive size. Federal tax law has grown from 400 pages in 1913 to a staggering 73,954 pages in 2013 as shown on this diagram from Wolters Kluwer, CCH:
I haven't posted on this subject for a year so I thought that it was time to update my posting on how both gun rights and gun control interests fund America's political theatre. Fortunately, Open Secrets has done a great deal of the work for me. In this posting, we will see
"Ellos Son Nuestros Muertos." They are our dead. That was the chilling headline that appeared Tuesday on the front page of El Nuevo Día, Puerto Rico's largest newspaper. Alongside the headline were photos of some
An interesting study by Mark Hamm and Ramon Spaaj looks at lone wolf terrorism in America. This research, the largest of its kind that has been created on lone wolf terrorism, compares the radicalization of lone wolves to terrorists who are recruited in a group setting. The study observes
The Federal Reserve's annual "Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households" was recently released, providing us with an interesting snapshot on how American households felt about their family finances in 2015, keeping in mind that this was the 6th year of what is turning out
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