IRS will file late returns automatically forcing extortion victims to pay regardless and polishes the turd by calling it a ghost return, as if the .gov needed more unaccountability, watch out for the ghost return.
Just a faithful listener (and AMP subscriber) here. I felt I had some words to share regarding the recent debacle concerning the story about the fire in Tennessee. This was a post to my personal blog. I've never called in or submitted show-prep before. But, as someone very sympathetic to the aims of liberty, I thought I'd share my take on the reaction/outrage that many of us were afforded yesterday. Feel free to use (or not use) anything therein. Thank you and thanks for the great show. - Ryan
In the middle of tomorrow, a great ribbed ghost has emerged from a distant yesterday. On Tuesday morning, workers excavating the site of the underground vehicle security center for the future World Trade Center hit a row of sturdy, upright wood timbers, regularly spaced, sticking out of a briny gray muck flecked with oyster shells.
"All recently created jobs are fulfilling artificial needs. The fastest growing industry in the past decade was the financial industry. Completely false and outside our realm of human needs. All jobs created since the 80s are like smoke. They're here for a little while, hanging in the air, but soon they dissipate. They're not sustainable because they're based on artificial, socially created "needs" like an HDTV, 401K, computers or fashionable clothing. The employment bubble burst long, long ago.
Say goodbye to China's "export economy" paradigm. Perhaps this finally explains where all the excess liquidity has gone: with China now not exporting to the US consumer, it has instead refocused on its own "middle" class.
Four judges of the Honduran Supreme Court voted in favor of an interposed appeal against the decree to reform articles 304 and 329, giving the green light to the creation of the “Private Cities” / Model Cities / REDs
In L.A. County, 49 cities and all unincorporated areas ban fireworks. Thirty-nine cities permit safe-and-sane devices -- those that do not explode or fly. THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL DETERMINES WHICH FIREWORKS ARE CONSIDERED "SAFE-AND-SANE," and they are labeled with a state seal.
Several cities throughout Southern California are hosting fireworks displays this July 4 weekend as authorities remind residents about Los Angeles County's "safe-and-sane" fireworks ban.
After years of whittling staff and cutting back on services, towns and cities are now outsourcing some of the most basic functions of local government, from policing to trash collection. Services that cities can no longer afford to provide are being contracted to private vendors, counties or even neighboring towns.