Raise my Taxes – I’ll Just Get the Money From You
So much talk now about companies and the rich paying more taxes. In every definition I have seen I am one of the rich, even though I don’t see it myself. I do know rich people – but I guess everything is relative.My business partner and I own a small software business. We employ only around 15 people, but we have pretty good revenue. We | Read More »
God wins Big in Georgia
By David Hancock From June 24 to July 8, 2011 Georgians were given the opportunity to vote online for a new license plate design. Web visitors were presented with 8 designs in the order shown HERE. The three “In God We Trust” designs came in first, second and third and together received more than twice as many votes as the five other plates combined. In | Read More »
by David Hancock People complain but very few offer answers – so I decided to come up with a few new ideas. Some have probably been offered before, and if that is the case then just consider these an endorsement. I have not fleshed these out, so there may be some problems lurking in the details. Let’s consider them jumping off points: 1. Give Unemployment | Read More »
The Truth behind the Seal Team 6 Trademark
Heard the story about Disney getting a trademark on the phrase “Seal Team 6″ two days after the death of Osama bin Laden? I don’t know why the media doesn’t do just a few minutes of research and get the rest of the story. All of the information is easily available on the United States Patent and Trademark Office website (www.uspto.gov). Here are the facts: | Read More »
The Debt Limit Scam
by David Hancock and Rick Marucci – May 8, 9am ET “The government will reach the $14.29 trillion debt limit no later than May 16” Most of us heard that President Obama voted against raising the debt limit when he was a Senator. But there is no reason to just single him out – the debt ceiling vote gives us an excellent chance to look | Read More »
Immigration Reform – Georgia Style
Georgia is joining 23 other states that are following Arizona by passing legislation to address the illegal immigration issue – and the opposition circus is already in town. Find some important similarities and differences, and discover how the bill cleverly exempts one of the biggest problem industries – agriculture – without actually stating that in the bill.
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Buy that PC – Now
Although largely unreported in the media, prices of electronics (including PC’s, iPads and SmartPhones) are about to increase significantly. There are two factors that have come together like a one-two punch and will affect our inventory in the US for the rest of the year.
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