2 September 2012 0 Comments

Failing Law Schools Part 1: WaPo Book Review

  The Elites Three Card Monte – Who Benefits? Law Professors and Law School Administrators, you know…tax exempt elite big business multi millionaire private corporate “nonprofits”. Do Elites pursue their financial self-interest with the passion of Gordon Gekko and any Robber Baron. and the State helps them with generous student loan subsidies and direct subsidies. […]

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29 August 2012 0 Comments

Analyzing Left Wing Analysis: Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan – Closing Loopholes for the Rich

The Leviathan State ensnares us all with the complications and expense of the tax code. See also “college perfesser” who makes the similar point about special tax preferences . “It isn’t easy being the intellectual frontmen for President Obama’s re-election campaign, as the boys at the Brookings-Urban Institute Tax Policy Center are discovering. Their ballyhooed study […]

10 August 2012 0 Comments

Law Schools: Jobs Down Tuition Up – TaxProf Blog

The cost benefit of law school is falling fast and many are thinking that there are more efficient ways to deliver legal services and those services can be better delivered by people who have not spent years studying books they never learn. TaxProf Blog 24 July 2012: The American Bar Association has changed how law […]

25 May 2012 0 Comments

Graph: Americans Pay More in Taxes Than Food, Clothing and Housing

“In 2012, Americans will pay approximately $4.041 trillion in taxes, which is $152 billion, or 3.9%, more than they will spend on housing, food, and clothing.” READ MORE TAX FOUNDATION 3 MAY 2012   Hat Tip TaxProf Blog

25 April 2012 0 Comments

TaxProfblog: Tax Reform Fair Share Tax Refrom

TaxProfblog, also, brings to our attention Steve Roth, the Angry Bear, FAIR SHARE TAX REFORM TaxProf    Steve Roth FAIR SHARE TAX REFORM Note: a wealth tax is problematic for many reasons but this is one place to start.

9 September 2011 0 Comments

Two Birds With One Stone: Pay Off Student Loans – Save Lives

Is this an idea whose time has come?  TaxProf Blog brings us this story from UK: The Scotsman, Debt-Hit Students Urged to Sell Their Kidneys: Students should be able to sell their kidneys for tens of thousands of pounds to pay off university debts, according to a Scots academic. Sue Rabbitt Roff believes making it […]