Posted by taxguru on September 2, 2013
From Argus Hamilton:
House Democrats announced a bill to double the taxes on all firearms and slap a fifty percent tax on bullets. It’s silly. The number of wounded gangsters is just going to pile up if it is no longer cost-effective for you to lay down a cover fire for them to make it to the car.
President Obama told CNN Friday that Republicans in Congress are afraid of passing a budget that funds ObamaCare because of what Rush Limbaugh will say. The radio star pays cash for his medical care from his savings. It’s an idea that could destroy the economy.
President Obama proposed a rating system for colleges that measures every school’s cost-effectiveness. He said students are graduating in debt with no jobs. President Obama could lower taxes, jump-start the economy and the kids would all have great jobs waiting for them, but he doesn’t want to spend the rest of his life speaking at Republican dinners.
Egyptian television reported President Obama’s half brother Malik Obama in Kenya directs financial investments for the Muslim Brotherhood. It’s big news. If the ability to direct an economy runs in the family, Israel will win the next war before a shot is fired.
President Obama embarks on a two-day bus tour of upstate New York and northeast Pennsylvania to promote ways of lowering the costs of college. The president really connects well with college students. They’re both in their fifth year and hopelessly in debt.
The Cato Institute found Americans can get more money from welfare benefits than many jobs. The bureaucracy makes it worse. A welfare worker reported that one female applicant hasn’t had any clothes for two years and has been visited regularly by the clergy.
Colorado put strict noise level controls on oil and gas wells Tuesday. The lawmakers want to ensure the legendary quiet of the Rockies at night. All that moaning in Texas and Oklahoma when oil hits a hundred dollars a barrel has neighbors banging on the walls.
Coldwell Banker said one out of four millennials between the ages of twenty and thirty in New Jersey have moved back home with their parents. It’s the flip side of huge suburban homes. The only reason college kids in California do so well after graduation is because real estate is too valuable for multi-room homes and the ground is too shifty for basements.
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