Mostly those who make less than $50,000 per year. State-by-state breakdown below. This is a tax on the poor.
DIJ is the current market leader in drone aircraft. This morning my lovely wife pointed out that they are offering drone insurance. This made me curious, as it may create Continue Reading →
Both of my regular readers will know that, at heart, I’m an engineer. I spend my afternoons walking to nowhere on a treadmill at the Palo Alto JCC. And the Continue Reading →
Worst appeal to authority in history. Big-time Consumer Reports fail. I’ve highlighted the troublesome text.
Civil asset forfeiture is a crime. I wrote this for the Wall Street Journal (July 24, 2017). As always, there was a lot of material that didn’t make it into Continue Reading →
Over on the Wall Street Journal website Richard Rubin and Heather Seidel have put together a video explaining some sacred cows of the US tax code. They use actual cows Continue Reading →
This is a compedium of what I’ve written about California over the years. Continue Reading →
Reich is an idiot. If you must read what he says, you should assume the truth is the opposite of what he claims. Continue Reading →
Over the years we’ve repeatedly seen municipal bankruptcies, the state of Illinois virtually broke, and Puerto Rico’s finances under control of an outside board. All these events have one common factor: cities, states, and now one territory that have been run by the Democratic party. Truly the party of financial irresponsibility. Continue Reading →
[Update September 20] Equifax experienced a breach in March. Apparently they did not inform anyone. From Bloomberg: Equifax Inc. learned about a major breach of its computer systems in March Continue Reading →