Footnotes: Give Me Liberty or Give Me $220 Million | 07.10.12

Profiles in Liberty: Grover Norquist, Anti-Tax Warrior [United Liberty]

The 27 Companies Most Likely To Have An Accounting Scandal [Business Insider]

Maryland Governor Misstates State Tax Comparisons [Tax Foundation]

Proposed Bill Squashes Tax-Free Online Shopping [Mashable]

MF Global deja vu? $220 million goes missing at futures brokerage [LA Times] "It feels like doomsday at mid-size Iowa futures brokerage PFGBest, where $220 million in customer funds have gone missing, accounts have been frozen by an industry regulator and the company’s chief executive attempted suicide Monday."

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