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Owes the feds

Could Houstonian Shelby Bryan's tax woes derail an ambassadorship for Anna Wintour?

By Clifford Pugh

As a major fundraiser for President Obama, Vogue magazine editor Anna Wintour has been rumored to be in contention for a plum ambassadorship in Great Britain. But observers are speculating that the ...


League of their own

NFL punts on paying taxes: Non-profit status raises questions on sweet deal for pro football

By Bill Van Rysdam

When you think of non-profit organizations, names like The United Way, The American Red Cross and the Susan B. Komen Foundation come to mind. What might surprise you is that the National Football L ...


Opinion

Forget hope, the 2012 presidential race is about math — and on math, both Perry & Romney kill Obama

By Jeremy C. Little, Mary Jo Jacobi Jephson

Editor’s Note: Mary Jo Jacobi Jephson served in the Administration of President Ronald Reagan as special assistant to the president and as a member the President’s Advisory Committ ...


Diary of an Aspiring Filmmaker

A hobby or a business? Arizona judge's ruling threatens documentary filmmakers

By Ford Gunter

Editor's note: Ford Gunter periodically chronicles his journey in making his first film, Art Car: The Movie. In his latest column, he explores the latest threat against documentary filmmakers. ...


A Web of Difference From the '90s

Why the Internet could make the government shutdown meaningless to most Americans

By Sarah Rufca

In case you haven't heard, the nineties are totally back. So grab your beanie babies and your roller blades, turn on 90210 (the original, not the new version with the vapid twig monsters) and g ...


Killin' Your Buzz

Why are people still excited over a tax deadline extension in the year 2011?

By Caroline Gallay

HAYYY YOU GUYS! You got a tax extension. This year, tax day (April 15, if you're a mess) falls on Emancipation Day, which is observed in the District of Columbia. By law, D.C. holidays affe ...


Tardy for the tax party

Procrastinators' playpen: Houston asks, What taxes?

By Caroline Gallay

Houston is the nation's worst city at filing their taxes on time, according to the company that makes Turbo Tax tax filing software. The ranking is based on the number of returns filed elec ...


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