Econ/Tax/Spend/Big Govt

Manias, Panics, and Crashes

By John Biver

The Drudge Report headline this morning is “Worthless,” and the article it links to is from the Wall Street Journal about the financial meltdown of Bear Sterns. While friends of mine are joking that…

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CPAC and answering the anti-McCain hysteria

By John Biver

The sniffling anti-McCain conservatives meeting at the annual CPAC conference had better blow their noses and wipe away their tears and wake up to their failures when it comes to building a real political…

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Nothing Good Happens Without a Profit

By Bill Zettler

Nothing good happens without a profit. And how do we maximize this goodness? By lowering taxes, that’s how. As three successive generations of Presidents (Kennedy 1961, Reagan 1981 and Bush 2001) have proved when…

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Cross Dressing Taxes

By Bill Zettler

Men who dress up as women are called “cross dressers”. They pretend to be women but we know really underneath they are men. Likewise taxes are not always called taxes. They can be called…

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Big Ire may be on the way

By Bill Zettler

By Bill Zettler I make this statement after reading a Jan 25th Daily Herald article about McHenry School District 15’s proposed referendum headlined “Tax Increase Plan Draws Little Ire”. I’m thinking “Big Ire” will…

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It’s time for ‘Taxpayers Week’

By Bill Zettler

After reading various news reports recently promoting “Education Week” I decided it would only be fair that I represent the taxpayer for “Taxpayer Week” where we taxpayers would solicit praise from various public employee…

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