HST, The last of a Breed!

It’s Good To Be The (Ex) President, But It Wasn’t Always Joseph Thorndike Contributor Taxes I’m a historian, a regular columnist for Tax Notes magazine, and a writer for the Tax Notes blog. This article is more than 6 years old. Former presidents do pretty well for themselves. They get a pension of almost $200,000 a … Continue reading “HST, The last of a Breed!”

Ammunition Makers Facing Massive Order Backlog, Shortage May Last Until 2021 By Emily Zanotti

Scott Olson/Getty Images Ammunition makers are reporting a massive backlog and, in some cases, the shortage is so severe that gun owners may not be able to purchase ammunition off the shelves until next year. Bearing Arms reports that at least one Arizona ammunition manufacturer, the Scottsdale, Arizona, based Ammo Incorporated, is “facing an $80.1 million … Continue reading “Ammunition Makers Facing Massive Order Backlog, Shortage May Last Until 2021 By Emily Zanotti”

California AG Becerra sues U.S. regulator in effort to crack down on ‘ghost guns’

  In this Aug. 29, 2017, file photo, an ATF agent poses with homemade rifles, or “ghost guns,” at an ATF field office in Glendale. (Jae C. Hong/Associated Press by: Associated Press Backed by the fathers of two slain children, California’s attorney general sued the Trump administration on Tuesday in an effort to crack down on … Continue reading “California AG Becerra sues U.S. regulator in effort to crack down on ‘ghost guns’”