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Footnotes: There Are More Opinions on This IRS Drama Than Low-Level Staffers in Cincinnati | 05.14.13

Florida Atlantic University accounting grads once again have a 100% employment rate post-graduation [SunSentinel]

A former PwC partner in Northern Ireland who took a break from work due to stress and depression did not win his bid to overturn a ruling that he suffered disability discrimination [Belfast Telegraph]

If you're anywhere near Long Island and, like many, a Greg Kyte fanboy stalker, head over to the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival tonight to see him do what he does best when he isn't not writing here. Kyte's on at 8. [Laughing Devil]

Peter J Reilly thinks if the IRS would just stick to collecting taxes, everything will be cool [Forbes]

Under GW Bush, the IRS went after some "liberal" groups as well [Salon]

Justice Dept. Opens Criminal Inquiry Into I.R.S. Audits [NY Times]

There Is No Good Fix for the IRS Tea Party Problem [Bloomberg]

The Real I.R.S. Scandal [T]he scandal isn’t what’s illegal—it’s what’s legal. It’s what society chooses not to punish that tells us most about the prevailing ethical standards of the time. Campaign finance operates by shaky, or even nonexistent, rules, and powerful players game the system with impunity. A handful of I.R.S. employees saw this and tried, in a small way, to impose some small sense of order. For that, they’ll likely be ushered into bureaucratic oblivion. [New Yorker]

Oh, and in case you missed it, this has nothing to do with accounting but one of the greatest social media meltdowns of all time is happening as we speak, don't miss it. [Facebook]

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