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California Gender Bill: Another Attack on Religious Freedom | National Review
Talk of political compromise is meaningless when one side seeks your silence.
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yesterday by fairyrevel
Ready Player One is the roadmap to digital dystopia - The Verge
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yesterday by ninthart
Barbara Bush died 65 years after she and George H.W. Bush lost daughter Robin to leukemia - The Washington Post
4/18/18 - Barbara Bush died 65 years after she and George H.W. Bush lost daughter Robin to leukemia - The Washington Post
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yesterday by mcbakewl
Everyone Tries To Dodge The Tax Man, And It Keeps Getting Easier | FiveThirtyEight
Al Capone was busted for tax evasion. Leona Helmsley was, too. But gangsters and entitled millionaires aren’t the only ones who hold something back from the tax man. Each year, Americans of all stripes underpay the IRS by hundreds of billions, aided by the fact that the agency lacks the resources to catch all the cheaters.
Recently, tax dodging has found a new champion: liberal state governments fighting back against the Republicans’ far-reaching tax reforms, which seem to hit a number of blue states particularly hard. New Jersey and California want to reclassify certain state and local taxes as tax-exempt charitable donations, while New York might swap the state’s income tax for a deductible payroll tax, among other ideas under consideration. There’s little doubt about the underlying goal of these potential changes, nicely summarized by Connecticut’s state revenue commissioner when he called his state’s plan a “bit of payback for what I think was the utter disregard of the Congress for the impact of this on states like Connecticut.”
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yesterday by rgl7194

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