Legal Trials and Tribulations BLOG

A Massive Spending Problem

I don’t intend for this Blog to get political, but I must say that I become angry every time that politicians talk about solving our budget crisis by raising taxes. Depending on your source, we already pay a little over $1 trillion a year in taxes to the federal government, but they are spending about $3.7 trillion a year. In other words, even if tax revenue was doubled, we would still be well over $1 trillion in the hole, per year. This is truly frightening, and I hope that there are politicians who are ready to stand up and confront the real cause of our massive debt, namely out of control spending.

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Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Race takes an interesting Turn

This has been a roller coaster of a Supreme Court race. It just goes to show that it is always risky to declare a winner before the last vote is counted, especially in a race this tight and hotly contested. While it looks like Justice Prosser will retain his seat, stay tuned for further developments.

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Election Day

Don’t forget to get out and vote today. Whatever your political leaning might be, it is important to exercise your right to vote. In addition to local elections, there is a seat on the state Supreme Court up for grabs. Take the time away from work and participate in the process.

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Deron’s Monthly Articles now available at Company Magazine’s Website

As many of you know, I have been writing a monthly column on business legal issues for Company Magazine for the past few years.  You can now read my recent articles by visiting Company Magazine’s website at

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Legal Trials and Tribulations Blog is On-line!

Welcome to our new blog, Legal Trials and Tribulations. We hope you will enjoy our upcoming posts, and we will try to keep our posts informative and entertaining. Thanks for your interest.

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