Yes, another AIG post, following up on the update to my post from earlier today.
Roberto Bonini has shared a James Joyner piece from Outside the Beltway. It discusses various legal issues, but then makes this statement:
With respect to the AIG bonuses...a much more pragmatic issue exists: Most of those receiving said bonuses are citizens of the UK who live and work in the UK. How the United States Congress proposes to tax them is anyone’s guess.
As you know, in the 1760s and 1770s Americans complained to the British about "taxation without representation." It appears that in 2009, it will be the British who will be complaining about American taxation.
The second silly season of social media adoption - dumping EVERYTHING for...Snapchat? - This is an update to a post that I originally wrote in 2013, back when I could barely remember the name of "that service that sends a message and immediate...
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