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The IRS Audited Our Adoption Expenses TWICE

“This feels like the movie Groundhog Day,” I told our CPA when we were notified by the IRS that our family’s adoption tax expenses were being audited for a second time.  And there was not anything new that the IRS … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

As 2012 comes to a close, there is much to worry the average American conservative, and it would be easy to dwell on the negative.  And granted, thanks to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and the election results, the … Continue reading

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Colorado Democrat Redistricting May Have Left Opening For Republican Underdog

Democrats in Colorado celebrated a hard-fought victory in late 2011 when a state judge sided with the re-districting map of the recently-won Democratic majority statehouse.  Congressional districts that were safely Republican were less-so, and competitive Democratic districts became safer. When … Continue reading

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The Crazy Coal Vote

In 1994, a liberal president, Bill Clinton, got a wake-up call in the form of a disaster for his party in the mid-term elections.  Clinton got the message and acted accordingly.  By 1996 the economy had improved, First Lady Hillary … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz, The Tea Party’s Bunker-Buster

Here is how it works: a federal agency re-interprets its job to encompass whole new areas of the economy.  For example, the EPA says that the Clean Air Act allows it to create a whole new cap-and-trade system, or to … Continue reading

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