Tax records tend to be bigger than credit card receipts, and in the wrong hands, much more dangerous and prone to extortion.
Beware those who write about clown cars: more often than not, the joke's on them. And suddenly the ones mocking the clowns in that car, are the clowns driving it.
The president will get a trade deal, but no thanks to a certain party. And I'm not talking about Republicans.
Have our lawmakers learned nothing from history?
Yes, unions sure are good at goading others to strike for higher wages... but when it comes to saving their own union hineys, they're perfectly happy not saving ALL union hineys.
Elon Musk is pushing used Teslas in what might strike some as a desperation move. But I disagree.
Bridgegate marks its first conviction; David Wildstein
In case you're not following this budget drama on the hill, the Grand Old Party has folded like a cheap suit. It seems right now they are no more interested in cutting spending, than I am in cutting carbohydrates.
Let's just say it's confusing. And the more I see these Hollywood and music-mogul types donning these damn things on their wrists, the more I want to get my hands wrapped around their throats.
If this wedding is called off, it will rob us all of the chance to see whether two companies known for their horrible customer service could have made a go of it as one big company known for its horrible service.
Congratulations, all you minimum wage protesters. Companies are finally paying up. Unfortunately, just as they're throwing you ... out.
Hey Europe, let it go. Let Greece go. Here’s why it’s time to move on.
Here’s a message to all presidential candidates: quit trying so hard to be like us. And just explain how you plan to lead us.
This Tax Day, it's pretty clear the problem isn't the money coming into Washington. It's all the money being spent IN Washington.
Let this be a lesson to anyone who thinks they've won the race.
As if a top rate of 40% weren't enough (and really 45% when you throw in health-care related Medicare and investment surtaxes). Squeeze them still more?
Beware of politicians who blame bad numbers on the weather. Ask them why they never credit the good ones ... on the sun.
If you’ve got any questions this tax season, don’t bother calling the IRS. Chances are, they won’t even pick up. The agency blames budget cuts, but here’s what I think…
Regardless of what you think of this Indiana law, whether a measure aimed at protecting folks' religious freedoms really is anti-gay, is it a slippery slope for a CEO of any company to lecture a state on such matters?
Many will say you can't compare a burger to a bureaucracy. They're wrong.