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The IRS Is Still Using Windows XP, Has A Cybersecurity Staff Of 363 People

In the last few years, tax return fraud has become a serious problem at the state and federal levels, thanks to the growth of e-filing and security holes in IRS and third-party tax software systems.

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Christie to pull New Jersey from Common Core


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Thursday he will pull his state out of Common Core, a move that could bolster his standing with grassroots Republican primary voters opposed to the education standards.

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Why doctors quit


I hear this everywhere. Virtually every doctor and doctors’ group I speak to cites the same litany, with particular bitterness about the EHR mandate. As another classmate wrote, “The introduction of the electronic medical record into our office has created so much more need for documentation that I can only see about three-quarters of the patients I could before, and has prompted me to seriously consider leaving for the first time.”

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'261 VIPs' child sex abuse: cover-up equals conspiracy to pervert course of justice

For over thirty years the police, politicians, council bureaucrats and the higher echelons of the British establishment conspired to conceal the truth about the widespread sexual abuse of children across the UK including by VIPs and MPs. 2,555 more words


Astonishing fact about immigration in the U.S.


As IJReview reports, Coulter was appearing on Fusion TV with host Jorge Ramos to promote her new book Adios, America! She shocked Ramos when she claimed that the United States has already taken in ONE-FOURTH of the population of Mexico.

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Dating Prospect: Sapiosexual Single Dad

Taking a break from some of my more “intellectual” posts on society, this post is a nice segway to the date I have planned on Saturday. 299 more words