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Five Forbidden Tax Deductions

One of the few joys of tax preparation is making deductions and watching your bill from Uncle Sam get lower and lower.

Here's a list of five expenses that might be tempting to deduct, but are strictly forbidden by the IRS.

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Democrats, Republicans Agree On A Budget Deal

Democrats and Republicans narrowly averted a partial shutdown of the federal government Friday night, agreeing on a budget deal and a short-term funding extension little more than an hour before the clock struck midnight and time ran out.

The new funding extension, which cuts spending by $2 billion, will last through next Thursday.
"The government will be open for business," President Barack Obama said.

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The Greatest First Lady Ever – The People Have Spoken!

Guess who just ranked number one in a new national poll asking people to name the best first lady of all time?

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Montana Rep. Alan Hale Defends Drunk Driving [VIDEO]

Montana Republican Congressman Alan Hale is apparently courting a new (and hopefully small) group of voters: drunk drivers.

Yep, this week, Hale actually argued against a new House Bill that according to the Missoulian would allow courts in Montana to "look back to impaired driving offenses up to 10 years old when someone is being punished for a drunk-driving charge, a change from the current five-year cutoff."

Hale's argument? DUI laws are "destroying a way of life that has been in Montana for years and years" and that they are not doing small businesses any good.

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City Tries To Ban Sale of Girl Scouts Cookies From Front Lawn

Instead of canvassing the neighborhood, Abigail and Caitlin Mills of Hazelwood, MO, have for the last six years conducted their annual sale of Girl Scouts cookies from their parents' front yard.
The duo ran into a snag this year, however, when a neighbor complained to the local authorities about the commotion caused by this Thin Mint commerce.
Citing this complaint and a code against selling products from the home, the city of Hazelwood demanded the girls take down their stand.

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U.S. Launches First Missiles Against Gadhafi Forces

With Moammar Gadhafi apparently on the offensive, the United States has joined forces with other nations and has officially launched attacks with Tomahawk missiles.  As you will read below, the U.S. is careful not to announce themselves as the leader in these attacks, but using our military in conjunction with other countries.

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More Presidential Nuggets Of Knowledge To Wow Your Friends

In celebration of Presidents Day, here are even more tidbits about the high office.  Tuck this away and use it to win a free drink or lunch from friends!

BARACK OBAMA is our 44th president, but there actually have only been 43 presidents: Cleveland was elected for two nonconsecutive terms and is counted twice, as our 22nd and 24th president.

EIGHT PRESIDENTS were born British subjects: Washington, J. Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J. Q. Adams, Jackson, and W. Harrison.

EIGHT PRESIDENTS never attended college: Washington, Jackson, Van Buren, Taylor, Fillmore, Lincoln, A. Johnson, and Cleveland. The college that has the most presidents as alumni (seven in total) is Harvard: J. Adams, J. Q. Adams, T. Roosevelt, F. Roosevelt, Rutherford B. Hayes, J. F. Kennedy, and George W. Bush.

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44 Presidents, 44 Interesting Facts!

With today being Presidents Day, I thought it would be fun to share an interesting fact on every single leader our country has had.  Enjoy and if you're feeling really ambitious you can try to put this all to music!

1 George Washington - Teeth were made from elephant and walrus tusks, not wood.

2 John Adams - First to live in the White House

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Wisconsin Sen. Jauch: ‘I feel a little like O.J. Simpson’

Really?  Comparing yourself to O.J. Simpson?  Probably could have picked someone else, ya think?  Not only that, he then compares the work they are doing to Jesus.  Probably the only time ever that someone has compared their personal experiences to both O.J and Jesus in the same interview.

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Obama Calls For United Effort For America To Move Forward

America is heading in the right direction and now needs to reshape some priorities to ensure future strength and stability, President Barack Obama told the nation Tuesday in his second State of the Union address.

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My Wedding Is Judgement Day… Crap.

Well it looks like my fiance and I aren't the only one's sending out "Save The Dates".  This advertisement, along with many others are from Family Radio and it's founder Harold Camping.  Camping claims to have a proven mathematical equation that predicts judgement day will happen on May, 21st 2011.  The date of our wedding.  For crying out loud, couldn't it be a week earlier, so we could trim our guest list?  (Lord I apologize.)

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