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AOC tweeted late last night, “In a time when ~60% of American workers make less than $40,000 a year, billionaires should not exit.” Pardon me, ma’am, but nobody has the right to say someone else should not exist.
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Pay back (Repay) salary to DFAS and you lose tax money
As a government civilian employee, if DFAS pays you too much in any given year and then later collects the amount back from you, there can be no way to recover up to $960 income tax you already paid on … Continue reading
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I learned that a person holds a value when it’s assumed in conversations without explanation or debate. Reading the news wires has revealed to me how we value teachers.
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You Didn’t Build That
It took less than 24 hours for the Internet to come alive after Obama’s recent comment praising government and putting down accomplishments of entrepreneurs. Do a Google search using the title of this post if you don’t know what I’m … Continue reading
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Advantage of Inflation Is Monetary Manipulation
I’ve been wandering the web, finding resources about macro economics. I have always thought inflation is bad. After all, who wants prices to rise? So I looked on Wikipedia. What I found confirmed developing discontent.
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