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An adventure at Texas Roadhouse in Houston. Enjoy!
Most goblins shun the limelight, but every so often one of them wants fame too much to stay in the shadows.
Short Story | Updated May 11, 2015 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Bill Schultz
A taxman is brought up on trial by the community for doing his job.
Author's note: Another very old story, maybe even the second one I've ever finished if my chronology is right. Also, another attempt by 17 year old me to be deep and profound. The second to last paragraph is just pure ego...
â€˜The Paperwork Rebuttalâ€™ (Philistine Press, 2013) is a collection of narrative and poetry fused onto U.S. federal and state government documents. These documents include the mental breakdown of an accountant on a Form 1040, an unlikely hero found on a jury duty summons, and a victim...
I read things every day about the path our government is taking to collect more money to pay for all the programs most taxpayers did not ask for or need.
I read my
Poetry | Updated Jul 13, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Iskah E Shirah
This was an assignment. Feel free to be offended by my opinions; feel free to condemn me once you read the second-to-last paragraph; feel free to leave as uncivil of a comment as you like â€“ but if you fail to give me legitimate counterarguments, I will take down your comment. In other...
Ryan drives on the wrong side of the road and has to do community service at a â€œmother-sonâ€ dance, a fugitive is loose in Hansbay, making people paranoid and Ethan becomes overwhelmed dealing with the business of the city while former Mayor Sarandon attempts to undermine him
TaxClosure's website says they are the only online product for when you owe the IRS. They ask
On surface, some issues Juggernaut don't get it, when he gets to the bottom of the issues, it is always
Article | Updated Mar 7, 2013 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Larry Donnell Fowler
Everyone agrees that there is need for bipartisanship in Washington DC, but just how do we get there?
Speaker Boehner, at least in theory, was close to a deal with President Obama in the first term, yet he couldnâ€™t sell it to his caucus. So what has changed? There are two things really.
Loosely based on things that are real.
A selection from a series of poems about Middle America.
By Larry Donnell Fowler
Just under four weeks until the Presidential election with one vice-presidential debate, two more presidential debates and shifting poll numbers one has to question President Obama's commitment to holding on to the office of the presidency.
I wri=ote this after a history lesson, I hope some MPs see it, I really do.
By Zvi Zaks
Taxes seem scarcely bearable now. what if bureaucrats decided that any and all pleasures should be taxed?
Short Story | Updated May 12, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1