Thursday, July 19, 2007

You can’t tax Cryer

Shreveport attorney Tommy Cryer shakes off tax evasion charges and is acquitted of two misdemeanor counts of failure to file. It has been the top news story on shreveporttimes.com since last Thursday. Did Cryer find the income-tax-loophole Holy Grail? It'd be helpful if the U.S Attorney would call our reporter back...

Second place goes to a combination of U.S. Sen. Vitter stories: 1, 2, and 3 (no surprises here).

Here are some other headlines receiving top clicks since July 12:
Mansfield woman held in jail on rape charges
Accused killer admits to 2nd slaying (along with the original breaking news post)
Speeding tickets are a large source of income for some area towns
Two feature stories vying for a spot:
Mother's perseverance leads to diagnosis for son
Cushing's survivor hopes to make others aware of illness

Top 3 photo galleries:
Car Show
More Celebrity Sightings
Battle Cage 360 ( Beautiful Babies gallery gaining ground)
Top Times staff blogs:
Louisiana Movies Blog
Out and About with Maggie Martin
Bayou Bengals Blog
Top Community blogs we list:
Trudeau on the Arts
Shreveport Faces
Mom on the Move

1 comment:

Gary Thomason said...

"You can't tax the wages of the average American worker."

Seems to me that the more we learn about the income tax, the more we learn that it has been horribly misapplied by the Internal Revenue Service--the federal government.

Of course, it takes someone with an intense interest in the subject matter of taxes in order to wade through the muck and yuck then, emerge from the ever-encroaching federal cesspool with cognitive senses intact.

Certainly, it does not take a lawyer to do the reading and understanding part of the tax laws, yet in this case, it was indeed a lawyer, which naturally lends itself to the credibility shift.

Oh, the unanimous not guilty verdict doesn't hurt, either. In fact that one, two combination may well be reason enough that Mr. Cryer has been on the talk show circuit everywhere except Shreveport USA.

Thank you for posting the story on your blog!

Sincerely,

Gary Thomason
gt@truthattack.org