Plus -- Taxes you forget you're paying, Harrisburg, PA, and Bill Gates thinks the government will get more revenue from him.
Plus, Ja Rule got out of prison, the Joint Committee issued some light reading, and Matt Groening's mom's obit has some clues about Simpsons character names.
When I think of Al Gore all that enters my mind is Darrell Hammond saying the word "lockbox."
Since the majority of the twelveteenth thousand Deloitte employees are not on the Twitter, including Barry Salzberg, we'd like to help get the word out:
It's May. You don't have anything to do anyway.
Plus, what's next for the Marketplace Fairness Act, Colorado's next vote on pot, and it's clearer than ever that a study can reach any conclusion
Your first instinct may be to use the entire thing to pay off part of that epic student loan, but here’s how to divvy up your paycheck the right way—so you can cover rent on your pad, debt repayments and those requisite happy hours.
My bad, gotta promote the shilling they make me go to, sorry.
I surveyed my cats about this and they think this guy should go to hell.
Bryan Shaw, the man who provided ex-KPMG partner Scott London with Springsteen tickets, discount Rolexes, and black paper bags filled with cash in broad daylight, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud today.