Taxless Thursday

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Devils of a feather steal together.

President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and close advisor Jared Kushner likely paid zero dollars in federal income taxes between 2009 and 2016, new documents obtained by the New York Times reveal.

Kushner used a “common tax-minimizing maneuver,” Times reporters Jesse Drucker and Emily Flitter wrote, to make it look like his company was losing money year after year, despite his net worth increasing by a multiple of five (to $324 million) in the same period of time.

Kushner Companies’ losses, however, were “only on paper” and were “driven by depreciation, a tax benefit that lets real estate investors deduct a portion of the cost of their buildings from their taxable income every year,” the Times said.


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18 Responses to Taxless Thursday

  1. David B. Benson says:

    Tch, tch, Comey.


  2. Den says:

    Cheaters, liars and thieves one and all, a firing squad would be too good for that crew.


  3. Micki says:

    A preliminary magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Thursday morning, Aug. 29, off the Oregon coast, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

    No tsunami is expected from the temblor, according to a tweet from the U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center.

    According to the USGS webpage on the quake, it struck at 8:08 a.m. PDT, approximately 170 miles off the Oregon coast west of Eugene. The epicenter is approximately 435 miles southwest of Bellingham, according to


  4. David B. Benson says:

    Yes, the tax laws favor some…


  5. Micki says:

    Yup…making American great again.

    For the first time in 119 years, the Washington State Fair has installed metal detectors and mandatory bag checks to secure the Puyallup fairgrounds.

    Stacy Van Horne, a spokesperson for the Washington State Fair, said guest safety is at the forefront of fair officials’ minds. The fairgrounds will have more police officers than ever before.

    “We want them to have a good time, but safety is the number one priority,” Van Horne said. “It’s adding a layer that helps our guests feel safer.”

    There will be random metal detector checks, and security will have wands to quickly scan fairgoers. All bags will be searched, Van Horne said.

    The Washington State Fair is the sixth largest in the nation, drawing about 1 million people over 20 days.


  6. David B. Benson says:

    Two police cars in the alley near a new neighbor with an open door. Drizzle was not predicted. A speedy 14 minutes to the north door of the Hillside Cafe.


  7. David B. Benson says:

    Write something humorous.


  8. Den says:

    Just got back from Owattona, MN, Son bought some winter tires, long day in the seat.

    Now for beers and food.


  9. David B. Benson says:

    Scotland’s burning, Scotland’s burning,
    Look out! Look out!
    Fire, fire, fire, fire.
    Pour on wayer, pour on water.


    • Micki says:

      Are there fires in Scotland? Or are you going to see THE TAMING OF THE SHREW?


    • Carol says:

      Jill and Brian are flying to Scotland Sunday for their honeymoon! Eighteen days there. They’re going to rent a car to drive out and see the real Scotland. Hope they remember which side of the road to stay on. 😦


  10. Carol says:

    Worked on the downspout project today, am actually making progress. When I finish it I’ll have Den post a picture of it.


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