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December 09, 2022

Tax Cuts Voted On In Senate, Extension Failed

December 5, 2010 Mark Ryabtsev 1

The talk over the Bush era tax cuts and whether they should extended to all American citizens or just those who do not make at least $250,000 per year has been going on for quite some time now and the time has come for the votes to take place. (…)

Democrats At A Cross, Tax Cuts Still Expected

September 17, 2010 Mark Ryabtsev 0

With the tension between the Republicans and the Democrats over whether or not the tax cuts from the Bush Administration should be extended to all American citizens or everyone except those who make over $250,000 a year, some members of the Democratic Party are beginning to bend in order to get the bill passed. (…)

Reggie Bush To Give Back 2005 Heisman

September 15, 2010 Mark Ryabtsev 0

For much of the first decade of the new millennium, the football program of the University of Southern California, better known as the USC Trojans, dominated the NCAA winning national champions and producing dozens of future National Football League players. (…)

Obama Focuses On Economy, Has New Plans

September 3, 2010 Mark Ryabtsev 0

With the conclusion of combat in Iraq and the peace talks between Palestine and Israel held in Washington D.C., in the past few days, much of the Obama Administration’s attention has been directed towards foreign affairs. (…)

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