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Here’s a win for limited government and the rule of law, tailor-made for tax season. In Marinello v. United States, a 7-to-2 majority of the Supreme Court limited the government’s sweeping interpretation of the tax code’s criminal catch-all provision, which prohibits “corruptly … endeavor[ing] to obstruct or impede the due administration” of the tax code. That broad
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Ireland’s strong economic fundamentals and business-friendly approach make it a popular destination for foreign corporations, and they bring with them jobs and billions of euros in tax revenue. Some are concerned, however, at what they see as an over-reliance on corporate tax revenue and multinational companies, which could bring cloudy skies as international competition heats
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Cheryl Senter/AP Photo by Jerome Hudson27 Mar 20180 27 Mar, 201827 Mar, 2018 Documentary filmmaker and left-wing activist Michael Moore had a revelation about the legal age to vote in America after Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people with a legally purchased AR-15 rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Michael Moore took to Twitter
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Scroll down for next story Hosted by Charlie Sykes. Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, Jonathan V. Last and Jim Swift discuss whether it’s time to regulate Facebook, and Bill Kristol drops in to discuss the 2020 presidential elections. Will there be a third-party challenge? The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners
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The mainstream media has “done a disservice” to President Donald Trump through its coverage of the Stormy Daniels scandal rather than other news, as the American public cares “zero” about the matter, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Tuesday. “Sean Hannity had the statistics last night on his show, the type of coverage when it
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“Are you a missionary?” one of my fellow passengers asked. It was a pretty smart bet. We were bumping along on a bus ride south from Ciudad Juarez, and I was headed to Nueva Casas Grandes, a tiny town that looks big in comparison to its neighbors Colonia Juarez and Colonia Dublan, the last two
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China does not want to engage in a trade United States, and has posed a “very moderated response” to President Donald Trump’s call for upwards of $60 billion in tariffs against the Asian country, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross said Tuesday. “Well, I think China knows they don’t want to have a trade war with
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President Donald Trump has nominated Rebecca Slaughter, an aide to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., for a seat on the Federal Trade Commission, The Hill is reporting. Slaughter has been a legal adviser for Schumer since 2009 and is the second Democrat who Trump has nominated to the commission. “Rebecca Kelly Slaughter will make
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The Commerce Department announced Monday night that the administration would reinstate the question of citizenship for the 2020 census, a contentious move President Donald Trump’s Justice Department has urged since the early days of his presidency. In a statement, the Commerce Department pointed to previous census questions as justification for the shift. “Between 1820 and
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During a Monday night appearance on Fox News with Sean Hannity, Juanita Broaddrick, who has credibly accused former-President Bill Clinton of rape, revealed that neither 60 Minutes nor CNN have ever interviewed her. “Have you ever been interviewed on 60 Minutes?” Hannity asked. “No, never.” Broaddrick replied. “Or CNN, or MSNBC.” The full interview with
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President Donald Trump’s decision to name former Ambassador John Bolton as his national security adviser shows the president wants to go to war with North Korea, Rep. Joaquin Castro claimed Tuesday morning. “It affirms to me the idea that if diplomacy fails with North Korea, this administration and this president have a desire to go
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  by Ryan Pickrell The Department of Commerce, carrying out a request from the Department of Justice, announced Monday that a citizenship question will be included in the census to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, CNN reported. The relevant Commerce Department statement said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross “has determined that reinstatement of a citizenship question
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White House officials have been looking into whether $500 million in loans that went to Trump administration senior adviser Jared Kushner’s family real estate company may have spurred ethics or criminal law violations, according to the head of the federal government’s ethics agency. David J. Apol, acting director of the Office of Government Ethics, said
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White House chief of staff John Kelly is telling staffers at the National Security Council that their jobs are, for a time, secure as John Bolton transitions into the role as national security adviser. No position is permanently guaranteed, but fears of a purge on the NSC, Kelly has indicated, are unfounded. Those fears have
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra declared on Monday evening that he will sue the Trump administration after Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced that a citizenship question will be added to the 2020 Census. “We’re prepared to do what we must to protect California from a deficient Census.” Becerra said in a statement. “Including a citizenship
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On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) responded to a report that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told employees that diversity isn’t important by stating he is worried that the Interior Department “is one of many elements of the Cabinet where diversity is not only not important, but it’s not in effect, and
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