September 20, 2021

Wall Street Journal

The Ideas in This Revamped Auditor’s Report Are Great Because Audit Firms Will Hate Most (if Not All) of Them

Michael Rapoport at the Wall Street Journal has a great article today that gives us a good idea of what kind of information would be contained in a useful auditor's report since we all know that, in its current form, it's more or less useless. This is not hyperbole, since a study entitled "Improving the Auditor's Report" from 2011 […]

Tax Policy Center and Wall Street Journal Still Trying to Out-nerd Each Other Over Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan

Remember how the tax wonks at the Tax Policy Center wrote a paper that said, "Hey! Mitt Romney! Your tax plan is great and all but it's mathematically impossible for you do everything you say you want to do and could result in a tax increase on the middle class," and the Wall Street Journal […]

The Wall Street Journal, For One, Has No Problem Making Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan Mathematically Possible

Late yesterday (or for you nostalgic types, in today's print edition), the Wall Street Journal published an editorial that goes after the Brookings Institution and Tax Policy Center for their analysis of Mitt Romney's tax plan. The long-short of the analysis is that, given what has been said by Mittens re: tax reform, there is […]

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porn.jpgCouncil fired Scott Janke after learning of marriage to porn star Anabela Mota aka Jazella Moore – Last we checked, this was still America and bagging a porn star is in the Declaration of Independence or something [NYDN]
Dozens Arrested in New Jersey Corruption Probe – “Federal agents swept into New Jersey towns across several counties Thursday morning, charging 44 people, including three mayors and religious leaders, in a federal investigation into public corruption and money laundering.” [WSJ]
Wall Street Journal Coverage Of Crisis Finally Gets Serious – Cankles. Page one. Yes. [DealBreaker]
Microsoft revenue misses, shares tumble – In other news, Bill Gates is still rich. [Reuters]