What’s the difference between a crooked tax dodge and a Sulzberger Trust?

Pinch Sulzberger: "you mean we can do that?"

Well, one is a philanthropy funded by a Republican and the other is a legitimate estate planning tool employed by the owners of the New York Times. Guess which one was slimed in a front page article in the Times last Sunday? Go ahead, guess!

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3 responses to “What’s the difference between a crooked tax dodge and a Sulzberger Trust?

  1. nick

    Terrific article and it didn’t even get into their HQ and the eminate domain NYT forced on the existing owners nor hugh tax benefits they got. The NYT is holier than thou, but then plays hard and fast with the facts.

  2. Mr. Independent

    Hypocrites all. The honorable members of Congress created these laws. CPAs & attorneys would be guilty of malpractice if they did not help their clients use them

  3. greenmtnpunter

    Will the GOP ever get even with the MSM? That is my burning question of the day. Unless they are “neutralized”, and soon, Obummer will survive 2012. Need to turn the scandalmongers on the likes of the NYT and other MSM. Would love to see The National Enquirer get the job done, how delicious the irony.