Monthly Archives: April 2008

>So much to say today but not a lot of time. I’m reading “The J Curve”. From the first three chapters, I’ve come to a conclusion: If we were to significantly reduce our consumption of oil, there would be great … Continue reading

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>Interesting Tax Data

>I found this gem at one of my favorite sources of tax data, the Tax Policy Center. It’s a table that illustrates the effect of the 2001-2003 tax cuts pretty clearly. For the top 400 taxpayers in the US (these … Continue reading

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>Tax day post

>I’m one day late for the tax day post. Wife and I filed two nights ago, by turbotax. We ended up owing more than we had withheld, but that’s good (I hate lending the government money for free!). Here are … Continue reading

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>Don’t read that budget!

>Don’t read the President’s budget if you want an accurate picture of the nation’s finances, read this: GAO Site with the FY 2007 Financial Statements These are what the statements for the US government would look like if it were … Continue reading

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>Make money off peak oil?

>My beloved public has asked for advice on how to make money off of the shortage of oil. While I haven’t researched it extensively (ok, at all), this looked interesting: New Flyer Bus Company It’s the same brand of bus … Continue reading

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