In 2002, a documentary called Spellbound followed a group of school-age children as they trained and competed in a national spelling bee. The students worked endlessly in preparation for the event, memorizing and learning the origins of thousands of… Read More »
Pain and pleasure, pleasure and pain. Enhance the one, subdue the other. One plant has the power to do both. Hundreds of thousands are in prisons today for possessing that one plant. In the United States over the past few years, 20 states have decide… Read More »
I was on an "anti black liquor tax credit" kick in my last column. While I want to bring you up to date on a new green "leachate" treatment process, I am compelled first to get in one more shot at this tax credit funding scam.
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I was chatting with my accountant the other day and he mentioned something that surprised me. He said he works with over 100 small business owners and around 95 percent of them have little interest in or understanding of accounting practices. Most of… Read More »