Posts Tagged ‘ taxes ’

Are We Broke? Part I of Series

March 15, 2010
By John
Are We Broke?  Part I of Series

Over the next couple of weeks, Rough Truths will publish a series of columns that address the question “Are We Broke?” There is much talk in political, economic and banking circles about whether we are on a path to insolvency, what the debt means for the tax rates we will pay, what the implications are...
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Thanks for the Party – May I Have a Doggie Bag?

March 13, 2010
By John
Thanks for the Party – May I Have a Doggie Bag?

The Federal Government set a new record for monthly budget deficits last month.  According to the US Treasury Department on Thursday, the Feds ran up a $221-billion deficit during February, 2010.  That’s just over $700 for every man, woman and child in the United States.  In one month.  Just 28 days.   Yes, that’s $700...
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