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Killer Trucks
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Killer Trucks

The Teamsters' Union, apparently having spent last week binge-watching Killdozer and Steven Spielberg's truck-menace movie, Duel, want you to be aware of the new threat to America: trucks. That's right, the Bush administration is going to allow "unsafe Mexican trucks" to enter the country, and the Teamsters think this is bad, very bad. But what's the real issue here?

09/03/2007
Keep It Simple, Max
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Keep It Simple, Max

Everyone knows our tax code is excessively complicated (please—give me something written by the post-modern essay generator any day). But sometimes it’s striking to see just how complicated it really is. Here’s Sen. Max Baucus in today’s Washington Post talking about a proposed tax on equity:

09/03/2007
Kim Strassel is Smart
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Kim Strassel is Smart

In a column today on how Democrats demagogue so-called "women's issues," she makes a point that one rarely hears about how the tax code is rigged against married women:

08/30/2007
North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Yadkinville
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North Carolina FreedomWorks Meets in Yadkinville

YADKINVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA.  On August 28th, 20 FreedomWorks members attended a meeting in Yadkinville.  They discussed a wide range of tax issues on local, state and national levels. The local issue is a new jail that would increase property taxes by $.01 and land transfer tax that would increase sale of property .6%.  Pictured below is Peggy Boose speaking to the group.

08/30/2007
Candidates Focusing on the Past
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Candidates Focusing on the Past

Bloomberg has noted that the 2008 presidential candidates on both sides of the political spectrum have been relied on themes from past when conveying their stance on issues.

08/29/2007
Are Tax Cuts Like Entitlement Spending?
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Are Tax Cuts Like Entitlement Spending?

Somewhat strangely, Fred Thompson seems to think so.

08/29/2007
The Stuff You're Reading Could Annoy You
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The Stuff You're Reading Could Annoy You

An editorial in today's L.A. Times addresses proposed ozone regulations by starting with an alarmist bang: "The stuff you're breathing could kill you."  The piece then goes on to assert that new ozone regs should be put into place without even hinting at the potential costs of implementation.  Carter Wood's got a succinct debunking over at the NAM blog:

08/29/2007
Lone Rangel
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Lone Rangel

Over at the Hill’s Congress blog, a place where legislators get to post substanceless political boilerplate, Charles Rangel blathers on:

08/28/2007
From the 'How Is This Not Parody?' Dept.
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From the 'How Is This Not Parody?' Dept.

The New York Times runs what I can only surmise must have been an Onion story that mysteriously slipped into the NYT layout:

08/28/2007
Nuts!
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Nuts!

The New York Times has an article today on the impending expiration of a number of low mortgage "teaser" rates on adjustable-rate mortgages.  Basically, several million people agreed to mortgages with low initial payments, but the payments are about to jump, and there are fears (probably at least somewhat accurate) that many won't be able to pay.  The good news is that even Barney Frank--not exactly a free-market hero--is refusing to initiate a broad bailout.

08/27/2007

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