Mark Corallo’s resignation as the media spokesman for President Donald Trump’s personal legal team was reported as a routine Washington news story back in July. Inside baseball stuff. His name was not familiar to me, although he is apparently a crisis communications veteran who had worked under Attorney General John Ashcroft during the George W. Bush administration. He quit after just a few weeks on the job.
by Gwen Moritz on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 12:00 am 4 min read Matthew Lewis, president of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Arkansas, sees no alarming trends, but the mortgage banking industry has certainly changed in the past 10 years. (Jason Burt) < > Eagle Bank & Trust is ramping up its mortgage lending division while Bank of the Ozarks is shutting its down.
Just when I was getting my mind around bigger federal income tax bills in my future, the Republicans have voted to borrow money to help me out. 2017, you see, was the first time since 1990 that my husband and I had no dependents and no mortgage interest to claim. And for the first time since 2009, we had no college expenses. Oh, this tax season we’ll try to lower our bill a bit by hurrying up some charitable giving, maxing out the health savings account and adding to our IRAs.
Please give us the ability to make edits. Because it is killing me that I used peaked rather than peeked in my tweet this morning, and it got retweeted and a bunch of people are wondering about my fitness to be an editor. (I wonder about that too.)
@jeremypeppas It turns out that Senate Republicans weren't hypocritical enough to remove Clinton from office when they could have. I'll never forgive him anyway. (I don't think the child molestation was happening at that time, if you are talking about Hastert.)
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