April 19, 2017
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Caveat emptor – buyer beware – seems to be the policy of North American airlines these days. At one time, they competed over whom offered the best service to their customers, but that has become a thing of the past, with airlines nickel and diming passengers today.
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The story “Tax season looking bleak,” (Gazette, April 1) seemed concerned that “several tax credits have been axed and next year several more will cease to exist.” The story seems to ignore the fact that there is only one taxpayer and that is us. With the federal government mounting up debt in the tens of billions of dollars each year, what choice do they have but to either raise taxes or remove certain tax credits.