``Uncle Sam's attention towards the crypto world starts with a Bill on Capitol Hill that is at present at the Committee of the Judiciary. The legislation was introduced by Iowa GOP Senator Chuck Grassley in May this year. The effort appears to be a bipartisan one with cosponsors from both sides of the aisle. Show More Summary
Academy Award winning actress Mo’Nique is currently on Uncle Sam’s hit list. The popular actress/comedian and her husband Sidney Hicks got slapped with a lien just last year to the tune of almost $400,000. [FLASHBACK: ‘Blackbird’ Actress...Show More Summary
The technology sector is the vanguard of innovation, but it still looks like a good ol’ boys network. Not only is it made up overwhelmingly of white men, but the percentage of tech workers who are black decreased in recent years, while the portion of women in the industry was stagnant and the level of […]
July 1942. "Salvage. Chicago automobile graveyard. Idle scrap: It belongs in the scrap. Covering well over an acre, this automobile graveyard in Chicago holds tons of vital scrap metal and rubber for which Uncle Sam has urgent need in the manufacture of armaments and other war materials." 4x5 inch nitrate negative by Ann Rosener for the Office of War Information. View full size.
James Montgomery Flagg is best known for his poster of Uncle Sam pointing and saying "I want YOU for the U.S. Army."He painted many other recruitment posters for World War I, some of which were staged as publicity stunts.He set up his oversize canvas in New York City and climbed up a ladder as a model stood on a box. Show More Summary
The limits for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans will rise for a second straight year in 2018, meaning lower rates for bigger mortgages.
The top two federal food safety agencies made the Top 20 for specific benchmarks measured by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), which compared almost 500 of Uncle Sam’s most popular websites. ITIF is a nonprofit policy think tank populated by former U.S. Show More Summary
Tax deductions often come in pretty handy when it’s time to pay Uncle Sam his due, especially for young adults with student loans or Americans with high medical expenses. The post Senate Tax Plan Beats the House, Though Not by Much appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A man who says he worked with the network to pay off soccer officials is now working with Uncle Sam.
The SEC says anyone hawking cryptocurrency ICOs must obey the law.
At the end of my last column, covering a House committee report on sexual misconduct in the federal government, I asked readers about their experiences and their views on how pervasive that misconduct is. It was not a scientific survey, but based on the responses, it is safe to say that Uncle Sam has not […]
Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Free Law School, Thanks Uncle Sam! (Biglaw Investor: Today’s guest post is from Andrew Webber, co-director of Service to School’s JD application program. He wanted to write about how he used theShow More Summary
Amid a growing number of scandals involving serial sexual misconduct cases comes word that Uncle Sam is a real slacker in policing his workforce. The federal workplace might have a better record than a Hollywood casting couch — or it might not. It’s hard to know the extent of sexual misconduct in the federal government […]
The murky motive behind the Las Vegas massacre – carried out by a heavily armed “gun nut” – parallels the incomprehensible rationales for the global wars waged by the ultimate “gun nut,” Uncle Sam, writes JP Sottile. By JP Sottile…Read more ?
Greg Hunter on Roughneck. Bill Boichel on Education. Wim Wiacek on Dope. RC Harvey digs into Uncle Sam. Nicole Georges has made her "R Comic" available in the middle of the recent public discussion regarding rape. Harold Gray on book censorship. here's a nice mini-profile of the lovely-looking Librarie D+Q in Montreal. Show More Summary
The Trump/Republican tax proposal sketch is out. 360061522-Republican-Tax-Plan While the hope is that lowering marginal tax rates will stimulate the economy (creating more jobs and tax revenue for Uncle Sam), The post Trump’s Tax Proposal And Housing: Did The Middle Class Just Get Jammed? was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
A several-year trend of improvement in federal employees’ views of working for the government continued this year, with responses more positive in 64 of the 84 questions in a government-wide employee survey and more negative in just one compared with 2016, the government said Thursday. Results of a survey conducted in May and June and […]
There is a growing reciprocal relationship between the US government and the tech sector. Seasoned computing pros are lending their skills to public agencies, while the government invests funds to raise the country’s tech IQ and fill the skills shortage. Show More Summary
SECOND AMENDMENT NEWS: Yes, the Bubbas Can Beat Uncle Sam: History shows that an armed citizenry can, in fact, challenge a government it sees as unjust. “Who exactly do you think has stymied the U.S. in Afghanistan for 16 years? The Taliban is made up of Afghan Bubbas. The Taliban doesn’t need to defeat nuclear […]
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