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Dow 16000 Unemployment 7%?

Today, it’s time for a two-fer. I follow political cartoons during the week and try to choose the one that’s not too partisan. I lean towards one that speaks more about finance or the economy. But this week, I can’t choose between the final two. The gap between rich and poor is growing. It’s more [...]

Killing the Itemized Deduction

The tax code is complicated, and unfortunately, there are few changes that simplify the code. Instead, every change brings with it a series of unintended consequences. One of the changes in the tax code that will come under a Republican administration is the capping of the itemized deduction. For the most part, the itemized deductions [...]

Taking Obama Out of Context

I saw a few minutes of a speech President Obama recently gave. Here’s the paragraph that seems to be getting the focus: “If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help.  There was a great teacher somewhere in your life.  Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that [...]

The Presidential Calendar

A tough week to chose my favorite political cartoon. Egypt still making the news, Trump considering an election bid, Huffington selling to AOL. All that and this one struck my fancy most.

Dr Suess Diplomacy

Not often I see a political cartoon that’s an homage to the late, great, Dr. Seuss. Mubarak is out. Good Riddance.

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