Monthly Archives: November 2015

Tax Inversions Made Simple (and Interesting….I Swear!)

I believe it was the legendary economist Milton Friedman who said, “If you want less of something, tax it.” This maxim has always proven true with the U.S. tax code. Periodically, liberals try to prove that, in fact, the laws … Continue reading

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Should the Paris Attacks be “Politicized?”

Having read many Facebook posts since the tragic attacks on Paris, I see two camps emerging and, not surprisingly, they tend break down along lines of political affiliation. On the right (mostly), I see anger at and repudiation of Obama’s … Continue reading

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