Friday, October 28th, 2016

Hey, DNA evidence wasn’t enough to convict OJ Simpson, but it is good enough to identify Jack the Ripper. Sorry, film fans, Jack was not a member of the royal family. He was a mentally ill Polish Jew immigrant. Chief Inspector Donald Swanson, the officer in charge of the investigation, had named him in his […]

New research by Daniel Borota of the Johns Hopkins University suggests that caffeine may help to boost long-term memory. Can we get a round of double-espressos for the witnesses at the IRS/Tea Party hearings? – Former Senator Fred Thompson Print this entry

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Sep 13, 2012; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A Basic freedoms under attack Freedom should be defended in Madison and Cairo We are all understandably upset and angry at the news that Libyan protesters killed Ambassador John Christopher Stevens. An attack on our ambassador is an attack on our nation’s sovereignty, and it is my […]

Congressman Steve Kagen (D-WI8) will not be happy until he can have his stock transaction tax, regardless of whatever reason he gives for it this week. At the MacIver Institute today: Congressman Steve Kagen is bringing back the Stock Transaction Tax idea. The tax would be a .25% tax on every stock market transaction over […]

On this date in 1862, Congress formed the Bureau of Internal Revenue to pay for the expenses of the Civil War. From Wikipedia and In July of 1862, during the Civil War, President Lincoln and Congress created the office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue and enacted an income tax to pay war expenses (see […]

Jay Weber of WISN has the “tax rebate” schedule posted on his website. However, my secret spies at the IRS have forwarded to me the actual schedule they expect to follow. Remember, if you do get a rebate check, you can always use it to advertise here. Print this entry