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Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Simple Lesson from Immigration Applied to Corporate Tax Inversions

Regardless of the perspective, one lesson is clear from the immigration issue facing the country—people long to live and work in the United States of America. The U.S. remains attractive to millions seeking a better way of life. Despite this lesson from immigration, many in government appear to have missed the point when it comes…


Sport is Not War

(Photo: 18 year-old college-bound soccer players leading a cheer with 7 & 8 year-olds) Battle. Big guns. War. Often, we here words like these describe a sporting event and its competitors. Of course, advertisers spend big marketing bucks on media coverage of games likening competition to some war-like, angry confrontation. For many, this characterization is…