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Roberts: Federal Judiciary Costs Less Than a Penny Out of Every Tax Dollar

Jan 2, 2013, 07:38 am CDT

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Plus, the courts aren’t benefiting at all from the massive, hidden tax imposed by the fed’s interest rate manipulation.  Maybe at some point, there will be a refocus on basic government instead of running the whole country for the banks.

By B. McLeod on 2013 01 02, 8:17 am CDT

I think the story left off an important modifier in the second paragraph.  If the courts really only got $6.97 that’s not even enough to spring for a large fancy coffee.

By OKBankLaw on 2013 01 02, 10:33 am CDT

The money for the one fancy donut has been sequestered.

By NoleLaw on 2013 01 02, 11:30 am CDT

Admittedly, $7 will buy a lot of the coffee I usually drink, but it has been uncharitably described as a combination of battery acid and mud.  It does have a very high caffeine content though.

By OKBankLaw on 2013 01 02, 11:57 am CDT

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