Early Votes Null

Early voters are typically more engaged in the political process than those who may or may not show up on Election Day. They have given their vote enough consideration to plan ahead by not risking long lines, broken machines, the confusion of location changes, purged registration, or the typical crush of Election Day. That makes … Continue reading Early Votes Null

The Tax Refund and A Giant Tree

Once upon a time there was a taxpayer who received a tax refund. It seemed like a big tax refund, and it made the taxpayer very happy. Life with a refund was good for the taxpayer. What would the taxpayer do with the refund? The possibilities were endless: pay off a credit card, put a … Continue reading The Tax Refund and A Giant Tree

Trump Donates Every Penny, But Sill Owes Taxpayers $59,921,667.00

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced in his (typically painful to watch) briefing on Monday afternoon, that Florida golfing POTUS Trump has chosen to donate his salary for the first quarter of the year — a total of $78,333 — to the National Park Service.  His choice of the National Park Service is rich … Continue reading Trump Donates Every Penny, But Sill Owes Taxpayers $59,921,667.00