Previously we reported that California is threatening to destroy Amazon affiliated business with an internet sales tax.
It now seems that giant "bricks & mortar" retailer Wal-Mart is behind this tax attempt, hoping to hurt its "online only" competitors.
But good news: One analyst suggests that California's recently passed Proposition 26 imposes a 2/3 super-majority requirement in the state legislature for this tax to pass. This would require Republican votes, which might not happen.
ARMAGEDDON turns 20 this week, so why not buy my book MICHAEL F-ING BAY? - It had completely escaped my notice until earlier tonight that this week is the 20th anniversary of the Michael Bay opus ARMAGEDDON. To mark the occasion, ...
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