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  • Dan K. Thomasson: Sizing up the latest IRS scandal

    WASHINGTON Many years ago I walked into the senatorial offices of Republican John Williams of Delaware and noticed a number of big boxes stacked in the hallway. When I inquired if he was moving to other quarters, Williams, a good source and a better...
  • Tea party groups never wanted tax exemption in the first place [Letter]

    Tea party groups never wanted tax exemption in the first place [Letter]
    In response to Larry Carson's letter ("Why should the tea party be tax-exempt?" July 2), let me make it clear to you as someone who was targeted by the Obama Administration through the IRS that No tea party group that I am aware of — and as past-...
  • Startup sees business in bitcoin, seeking to promote local uptake of digital currency

    Startup sees business in bitcoin, seeking to promote local uptake of digital currency
    First came the switch off of the gold standard. Then checkbooks and credit cards started the shift away from cash — but to bitcoin advocates, not far enough. As the anonymous digital currency gains favor with retailers such as Overstock.com and is...
  • Benny Hinn's former church heads to foreclosure auction

    Benny Hinn's former church heads to foreclosure auction
    One of Central Florida's best-known religious properties, the former forum for televangelist Benny Hinn's sermons, will hit the auction block Tuesday. It's the result of a multimillion-dollar foreclosure that displaced the property's most recent...
  • Congress faces tough choices, tight timeline for highway funding

    Congress faces tough choices, tight timeline for highway funding
    Congress returns to work Monday facing a tight deadline to fund highway and road projects across the country, an election-year scramble that has injected uncertainty into state and local construction plans at the start of the summer driving season....
  • A blow for liberty, or: The Supremes choose life

    Just in time for the Fourth of July, the Supreme Court of the United States struck a blow for religious liberty. Specifically, the freedom of religion enshrined in the First Amendment. By the narrowest of margins, five justices to four, it held that...
  • Ask Kim: Can I max out my health savings account this year?

    I started a new job in April that offers a high-deductible health insurance policy with a health savings account. Am I able to contribute the full amount for family coverage to the HSA for 2014, or do I need to prorate the contribution for the months that...
  • BCCC warned its accreditation could be in jeopardy

    BCCC warned its accreditation could be in jeopardy
    Baltimore City Community College has been warned that its accreditation could be in jeopardy amid concerns about its focus, goals and effectiveness, just two years after the college was taken off probation over fixing problems with its assessment of...
  • The omnipotent executive branch does it all

    Is there really a need for three branches in our federal government? We have a president who feels empowered to circumvent Congress and govern by executive order. We have a Justice Department, with an attorney general so beholden to the president that he...
  • Quinn finds Rauner tax strategy 'extremely disturbing'

    Quinn finds Rauner tax strategy 'extremely disturbing'
    Gov. Pat Quinn today seized on a Tribune report about Republican Bruce Rauner’s taxes to reinforce a campaign theme that the challenger is out of touch with regular people. Quinn's comments came during an event marking the 50th anniversary of...
  • When government fails its citizens

    When government fails its citizens
    Governments can fail their people in three basic ways, as Americans are ruefully discovering. Governments can fail to deliver vital services. They can deliver them but do it poorly and expensively, while favoring political cronies. And they can crunch the...