Minnesotans may be tapped for more taxes because the last legislative session failed to notice changes in the federal government's tax code. It's more than just an oops. It could spell more pain for those who had to face foreclosure or short sale.
Just when things seemed to be calming down in the Middle East, an old fiscal cancer has shown up: Default on obligations the United States has assumed by borrowing to support a growing federal spending appetite.
Default could occur as early as Oct.
Why is it OK that a "not for profit" company with virtually no safety guidelines continues to provide services where people are killed, raped or ripped off on a regular basis? Yet nobody questions this.
Government drones are taking to the skies over your home and mine to make sure you don't drink more pop than the government allows and to ward off those extra pounds picked up at your favorite fast food joint.
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