Taxing Us 

Our collective aversion to rising taxes is going to continue well into the upcoming presidential election next year. Sadly, we’re going to be worse off because of it.

Unless in future elections reporters, editors, campaign consultants and candidate-forum questioners can bring some originality to coverage and management of political campaigns, we’re doomed to sit in park for a long time. November’s elections didn’t offer much, if any, hope. We’ve…

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