The CBO warns that the expiration of tax cuts in January could cause financial catastrophe. Actually, it's not the taxes that are the problem but the spending. If you have the will, controlling spending is easy. Published May 27 2012
Last-minute wrangling and a special session as both parties play election year politics with a serious issue. Published May 20 2012
Some prefer the blue pill. They prefer to go about their lives not knowing the truth. Others seek the truth. If you take the red pill, there is no going back. Published May 13 2012
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