A little good news…

Free Dick Simkanin: “Simkanin Appeal Update” To: Show Me The Law Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2005 9:06 AM Subject: Update on Simkanin On July 6, 2005, the oral arguments regarding Simkanin’s Appeal were quite favorable. Each side had 15 minutes to present their case or facts. The government went first and proceeded to lambast Mr.…

In the pursuit of safety…………..

It’s tootight around the equipment to be running,” said Safety Director Jerry Graziose, the Broward County official who ordered the signs. “Our job was to try to control it.” How about swings or those hand-pulled merry-go-rounds? “Nope. They’ve got moving parts. Moving parts on equipment is the number one cause of injury on the playgrounds.”…

A Peek at the Future…

Just a few things to consider… The US is the largest consumer in the world. The US accomplishes this through borrowing, since we don’t sell enough goods to maintain our expensive lifestyles. That debt is now reaching proportions which have never been seen in the history of man. Total US savings are at an all…

No…

U.S. Court Of Appeals Soundly Rejects IRS Plea To Soften Ruling In Schulz v IRS On January 29, 2005, we reported under the headline, “Dramatic Development,” that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit had issued a decision in Schulz v. IRS. The Court held that taxpayers cannot be compelled by the IRS…

The State of Minnesota is Closed…

But, the territory is still open!!! Poor bastards never had a chance, did they…eh? “ST. PAUL, Minn. – Some state offices closed and about 9,000 state employees were jobless Friday after parts of Minnesota’s government shut down for the first time in state history, leaving most rest stops closed for the Independence Day weekend.” Services…