All posts in Politics & Economics

Bill Nye & Obama: Poor Education Will Hold America Back

Colleen Ahern The U.S. economy is a complex animal, affected by everything from foreign policy to housing demands. Another factor? What goes on in our classrooms. The role of quality education was raised in two highly publicized events, just one […]

How 2013 Threw Off This Year’s Tax Season

It looks like many of 2013’s headline events will be affecting tax filing season in 2014. The government shutdown and sequestration will have an impact on when and how taxes will be filed in the coming year. Here’s what you […]

Healing the Economy: FTT to Phase in at Wall Street

Guest post by: Trenton Fortes The country is wounded. Large financial institutions as well as the Wall Street honchos are raiding the ailing economy repeatedly, leaving behind millions to suffer the aftermath. Medical care has gone beyond the affordability of […]

Government Shutdown

Inside the Republican Civil War

By: Jerome Marshall For the first time in nearly two decades, the Government is experiencing a shut down. While Anarchists and Libertarians rejoice, Republicans and Democrats are busy locking antlers so tight the friction might produce smoke. With every political […]

The Negatives of Obamacare Become More Clear

In recent months, prominent government officials have publicly expressed skepticism about the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA or “Obamacare”), the health care act signed into law by President Obama in March of 2010.  Democratic Senator […]

Ensuring a Trust’s Funds Are Not Prematurely Exhausted

When a person sets up a trust to provide family members after he or she dies, many factors must be considered.  The most fundamental consideration is the purpose of the trust, because the purpose drives the drafting of the trust […]

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