As reported by Peter Roff in U.S. News & World Report, “You have to hand it to Grover Norquist: He knows how to make a point.  Earlier this week the veteran antitax activist and leader of Americans for Tax Reform sent a letter to Warren Buffett to let him know he had figured out a way to solve the Omaha billionaire's very public conundrum concerning the fact that his secretary paid more in taxes than he did.  ‘You have mentioned in passing that you feel unhappy that you do not pay enough money to the government each year in taxes,’ Norquist wrote. ‘As it turns out, you don't need to wait for President Obama to sign legislation raising taxes on you. You can open up your checkbook right now, write a check payable to the United States Treasury, and drop it in the nearest mailbox (or just hand it to your "secretary"). Problem solved.’ ”