Americans continue to lead the world in philanthropy, but who gives how much — and to whom?
But which one is the worst income tax scofflaw?
They've made a habit of overstepping limitations established by the U.S. Constitution
In California alone, the Legislature adds upwards of 5,000 laws to the books every year
Americans' reactions to war today are very different than during WWII, but we must remain vigilant
Given the compensation and perks, 'public service' is hardly a sacrifice
Set pay deprives the workplace of lower skilled workers, and deprives those workers of the ability to be self-supporting
Some ambulance-chasing TV commercials toe — and maybe even cross — the line
Personal beliefs shouldn't be a guiding factor for Santa Barbara's Architectural Board of Review
The ability of electronic machines has come a long way since the 1960s
Guns shouldn't be abolished, but having some restrictions in place makes sense
Targeted tax breaks create distortions in the workings of the U.S. economy
Sure, Mitt Romney is wealthy, but so are half of our representatives in Congress
There is a slight gleam of hope shining through the fog of legislative hide-and-seek
Whether an individual or corporation, Democrat or Republican, all tax cuts follow the same path, at least initially
Politicians at all levels of government have become used to hiding the truth from the public
It's often overlooked amid the continuous expansion of the federal government
There was a time the U.S. military didn't receive accolades from the media or the public
Regulation and financial risk can only result in more physicians giving up the practice of medicine — and then what?
Passing down words of wisdom for a happier life to the younger generation
From clueless youth to clueless family leader, and sharing lessons learned over a lifetime
A small group of people — or even one person — should not be allowed to impose their will on society
The rules and social stigma have softened, but is that really progress?
Whether 'workplace violence' or act of terrorism, the distinction is significant
It's unnatural for people to be totally neutral about everyone and everything
Belief in capital punishment more a matter of personal values than the facts
The data may surprise you, and parents especially are in a strong position to make a difference
Federal income tax code and states' costs of compliance serve as good examples
Who pays, and who doesn't? And does anybody really
understand the 7 million-word tax code?
If named the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney is likely to face scrutiny about his religion
Of the full slate of GOP candidates this year, not one appears to measure up completely
Just a few examples of inexplicable behavior by our nation's leader
Consider its contributions in business, the environment, science and technology
White House's worst offense has been to ignore a ruling denouncing the restriction on offshore drilling
Forfeitures should be treated as cost recovery for law enforcement agencies, not as a revenue source
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