Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, has ratcheted up his criticisms of Sen. Ted Cruz, calling the Texas tea party hero a poor political planner and demanding he apologize to fellow Republicans for his relentless push to defund Obamacare. Mr. Cruz’s filibuster and ongoing rhetoric about the need to topple Obamacare was a shaky and impulsive strategy, Mr. Norquist suggested Tuesday.[…]The tax reform activist also mocked Mr. Cruz, saying that perhaps the senator was now “wise and more experienced” and that he might also have learned the value of vetting his planned political moves “with some other people,” and asking first: “‘Hey, I have an idea, what do you think?’” [WT]
AICPA, CAQ support SEC’s exploration of climate change disclosures [Journal of Accountancy] The AICPA and the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) voiced support for the SEC’s exploration of disclosures related to climate change and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues in comment letters sent to the commission on Friday. KPMG delays hybrid working plans after […]
Former Lebanon, MO, accountant Douglas Richardson found out on June 10 how long he’ll be spending in federal prison for the Madoff-esque crimes a jury in November 2019 said he was guilty of committing. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Missouri: A former certified public accountant in Lebanon, Missouri, was […]
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