Tax the revolving door: Column

The problem with ethics rules for this sort of thing is that they tend to be ignored, or distorted. So I say, let's involve the most effective behavior-control machinery in America: The Internal Revenue Code. Full Story »

Posted by Ben Ross
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Subjects: U.S., Politics, Media
Topics: Culture Wars
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Posted by: Posted by Ben Ross - Jan 30, 2013 - 3:13 AM PST
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Edited by: Ben Ross - Jan 30, 2013 - 3:17 AM PST

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Bob Herrschaft
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by Bob Herrschaft - Jan. 30, 2013

... I agree with Ben that it will never happen...but, it would be nice to see such a proposal make politicians squirm!

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Ben Ross
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by Ben Ross - Jan. 30, 2013

Good due to clear thinking and doable solution to sticky problem of little or no integrity in government/corporate service.

great idea...never happen...without a national referendum ...Gument critters self interest trump all other considerations.

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charles Ibe
by charles Ibe - Jan. 30, 2013

Yes it is a good journalism because of how easy to see why companies want to hire people or individuals based on your taxes. And at the same time taxes can implemented based on how much Gross Domestic Product you earn. This explains that the problem with ethics rules for this can be distorted and most effective or beneficiary to allow taxes involve around.

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