Monthly Archives: May 2013

More IRS bad news, this time, for adoptive families

Story here.  I have no idea why they would do this. Advertisements

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Reasons why government at all levels should be as small as possible

The IRS saga keeps getting worse, and worse, and worse. Our Federal government continues to support regimes that do stuff like this. Or take away our Constitutional rights like this, and this. Arrgh!!

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Government cockroaches hate light

And they will do all sorts of creepy thing to try and stop the scrutiny.  Example here.  Tar and Feathers, boys.  Tar and feathers.

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This should be the scandal of the century

Story here.  Nixon was (rightly) pilloried for the exact same behavior.  As soon as it becomes clear to citizens that the IRS has been politicized, they will stop complying with the IRS.  Our tax system relies on voluntary compliance. Someone … Continue reading

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FDCPA Post-judgment actions

Here is an interesting case that points out that FDCPA post-judgment enforcement actions brought in a venue other than where the contract was signed or the debtor resides don’t violate the FDCPA because, at least in the instant case, the … Continue reading

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KY FDCPA news

A recent EDKY FDCPA opinion makes reference to the fact that in a previous case the 6th Cir. has limited statutory damages in FDCPA cases to $1000 per action, not $1000 per violation.  The recent opinion is of personal interest … Continue reading

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A couple of victories for constitutional rights

A 2nd amendment victory and once again the police learn that citizens have the right to photograph them going about their duties.

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