Monthly Archives: June 2014

Born in the USA (but not staying here)

For your sake, I hope and pray that you have better things to do than read about the nuances of corporate tax policy. It holds less intrigue than, say, the average John Grisham novel. However, U.S. corporate tax levels are … Continue reading

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Ferris Robertson’s Day Off

About two months ago, one of my work colleagues (we’ll call him Cameron, to protect his real identity) sent me an e-mail he had received from one of our investors inviting him to play Oakmont Country Club outside Pittsburgh and he asked … Continue reading

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United States Stuns Ghana in the World Cup!

Folks, as we kick off (ha) another World Cup, I am trying really hard to like soccer. I get that it’s the most popular sport in the world. But, like every attempt I’ve ever made to like Brussels sprouts (did … Continue reading

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Change That Name

Much has been written recently, occasionally by me, about the move to change the name of the Washington Redskins. Some people allege that the name is offensive to Native Americans. I have thus far been opposed to the name change, … Continue reading

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Lessons from the VA Scandal

There are very few things democrats and republicans agree on these days, but the treatment of our veterans is one of them. From the most hawkish republican to the most dovish liberal, we all want to see our returning veterans … Continue reading

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