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Category Archives: Business
By Blair Lee Consider all the ways we’re taxed. When we’re born (birth certificate), when we die (death certificate), when we make money (income tax), when we spend money (sales tax), when we own property (property tax), when we sell … Continue reading →
By Keith Hennessey at keithhennessey.com The new George W. Bush Presidential Center is being dedicated this week. This seems like a good time to bust a longstanding myth about our former President, my former boss. I teach a class at … Continue reading →
Arms manufacturers in at least two States with strict new gun laws are making good on their promise to move their operations — along with thousands of jobs and millions in tax revenues – to locales they deem friendlier to … Continue reading →
Congress is considering online sales tax legislation that is wrongheaded and unfair, and we need to tell Congress “No!” to new sales taxes and burdens for small businesses. Whether you’re a consumer who loves the incredible selection and value that … Continue reading →
The surge in gun and ammo purchases that began after Sandy Hook and continued through the Senate’s failed gun control vote appears to have picked up steam again following the Boston Marathon bombing. For example, at the Syracuse Gun Show … Continue reading →
This article, by Rabbi Steven Pruzansky, appeared in The Israel National News, and is directed to Jewish readership. 70% of American Jews vote as Democrats. The Rabbi has some interesting comments in that regard. It is far and away the most … Continue reading →
Serbu Firearms, a manufacturer of bolt-action and semi-automatic .50 caliber sniper rifles, is refusing to sell their wares to the NYPD. Their reason, of course, is that owing to unfair gun laws, they will not support law enforcement in New … Continue reading →