Brett apologizes and explains how he almost got punched in the face, and kicked out of his home Alive and Centrist. FAA and Drones: A Bad Match. Japan’s Challenge. IRS Loses: what’s good for the gander is good for the goose. The IRS is bound by its own stipulation. Inside the IRS: When the IRS […]
Much has been written in recent months about the future of the Republican Party, as “conservative” Rick Santorum proved popular among many primary voters against “centrist” Mitt Romney. This centrist vs. conservative meme is an oversimplification of the primary fight between Romney and Santorum, but it is not new. For years, the media have been […]
These posts were planned to be discussed on today’s podcasts. When Bureaucrats go wild. Can you say who’s going to Vegas? Citi’s Day on Pay Day. Nation Needs to be Proactive in Cyber Security. Also see Protecting America From Cyberattacks. IRS Loses – What would happen if you ignore the court? Listen to how the […]
A few of today’s notes! Fix the hollowing out of the supply chain. Misreading the hispanic vote – Europe’s economic suicidie and how it affects you Electoral math – This Election is going to be really close. Apple flies by Exxon Mobil as Top Company. Did Steve Jobs deserve all the accolades? The IRS Loses […]
Who’d have thought that Rush Limbaugh would become the great Uniter in this divisive political season? Indeed, he has united decent people of all stripes and persuasions with his vile remarks about a Georgetown University law student. Perhaps by now you’ve heard of Sandra Fluke, who created a smallish tempest when she tried to testify […]
March 1, 2012 – Politics, Money and You!
Subject: March 1 : The best of…
Dr. Cardoza received his Bachelors’ Degree in Accounting and Business Administration from the University of California at Fullerton and his Masters of Business Administration also from the University of California, Fullerton. He went on to earn his Doctorate in International Finance from the London Institute of Technology. Dr. Cardoza held the position of Executive Vice-President […]
July 21, 2011 – Financial Planning
Subject: July 21: Oscar Gonzalez, Robert Cardoza’s social networking engineer.
Dumbing Deficits Down Gas Prices and a Sane Energy Policy Another Inside Job Biennial Budget, a Step Toward Fixing Deficit Tax Tips $$$ IRS Loses: Estate avoids undervaluation penalty when both sides’ experts were wrong. When a woman died, her shares in a private company were valued by the IRS at $32.4 million and […]