The American: For Italy & the World
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By Don Carroll
Don is an American attorney with a U.S. tax and legal practice in Rome (see his website). His views do not represent legal advice.
One U.S. politician's passivity, equivocation and mean-spiritedness speak volumes about the state of the union.
In 1861, San Marino sent embattled Abraham Lincoln a letter of support. No such letter is today on its way to the White House.
The new U.S. tax law is unlikely to change much for American expats, but keep an eye out for Italian penalties.
Italy has many flaws, but its attention to health care isn't one, something the U.S. should learn from.
It's time for the Big 5 social media giants, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn to put an end to stalling and open their gates.