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Like many of you I have been reading with interest the series of reports in the South Bend Tribune about alleged fraud involving signatures on petitions tied to the 2008 Indiana Primary. First let me say a tip of the journalistic hat is much deserved...
With the debt ceiling and budget talks in Washington taking center stage you would think mature adults in positions of power would do the right things. Oh, wait a minute. Doing the right thing really isn’t a priority in Washington anymore. It is all...
Tags: Iraq, Republican Party, Elections, Charity, Human Interest
Ireland loves its heroes, even those like Michael Collins who met his end at the hands of fellow Irishmen. Collins was never more popular than he was at his funeral. The response was overwhelming, just like the response last week to the comments of...
There was a terrific announcement in Washington last week, one that brought people together for a worthy cause that will benefit all of us, the economy and our environment in the long run. I know what you are thinking. I am now doing stand up comedy or...
So I am watching Bill Maher’s last show of the season Friday, and he had an unusual panel: three people who never screamed at one another – two rather tepid liberals and a rather tepid Tea Party guy. I have no idea where he found all of them...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Al Gore, Harry Reid, Muhammad Ali
I watched one of the Republican debates last week. Really I did because I no longer can stay up late enough to watch Saturday Night Live. And why should I stay up that late when the parodies on SNL cannot live up to the real thing. If Daffy Duck were...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Elections, Prosecution, Jack Nicholson, Voting
I hate it when my day starts out the way today did. I pick up my South Bend Tribune (6/16) and read a story that makes me shout, “Are you kidding me.” That is what happened as I read the headlined article: “Sex offender mistakenly...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The old model of voting in traditional, neighborhood precincts could be on its way out in Indiana. The General Assembly is moving quickly this year on legislation that would allow election officials in all of the state's 92 counties to...
Paul ReasonerI am 55 years old and plan on retiring in 7 years. My wife and I both work and have saved religiously in our IRAs. Together we have a little more than $500,000 in those plans. I understand that since all the money invested in those plans were pre-tax...
Paul ReasonerRecently my mother passed away and left my sister and me her $300,000 IRA. We met with her advisor and she suggested that we should divide the IRA into two equal portions and roll them over to my sister and me. She explained that neither of us would owe...
Paul ReasonerMy husband and I are constantly at odds over how we spend and save our money. There always seems to be a difference of opinion. I wanted to participate in the 401(k) plan at work, but Tom says we are already saving too much. I am not secure about the...
Paul ReasonerMy wife and I have always wanted to have a Roth IRA but were never eligible because of our income. As you know under the new law it is possible to convert our regular IRAs to the Roth’s. Most of our retirement assets are in 401-Ks and they cannot be...
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