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Apr 18th

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The State of Things on Tax Day

The State of Things on Tax Day

It's tax day, but so is every day through April 18. That's the date this year when the average American has finally earned enough to pay off federal, state, and local taxes. According to the nonpartisan Tax Foundation, more than a quarter of your income goes to one tax or another.

Payroll taxes rose already this year as part of a $600 billion tax increase pushed by President Obama. Yet he's now proposing a budget for the next fiscal year that includes more than $1 trillion in net federal tax increases. In fact, the president has already thrown down the gauntlet, telling Congress that he will veto any budget that doesn't include tax increases. This president is determined to get massive tax increases to keep feeding Washington spending.

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Josh Beavers

Two Girls, a Guy and Scooby Doo

Two Girls, a Guy and Scooby Doo

Let's start in the middle and work our way around from there.

The 18-month-old fell off the bed around 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning. She wasn't in her bed because around 2...

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Time for Gen-Xers to Put IRAs to Work

If you're a "Gen-Xer," born between 1965 and 1980, you've still got many years to go until you retire. At this stage of your life, what can you do to help build resources...

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Still More Stuff

When it comes to erring on the side of silliness, some things are as obvious as a pig in a mosque.

For instance, the Associated Press, long considered a pillar of reportin...

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Being Intentional Not As Easy As It Sounds

I have the privilege of hosting a church life group in our home. During our most recent meeting, we discussed "meditating on God's word."
Blessed is the one who does not w...

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