Spreading The Wealth Gone Wild

Where President Clinton built wealth-spreading into the tax code, President Obama put it into overdrive by adding “social justice” to it with the addition of the non-affordable Affordable Care Act. A nationalized health care scheme that requires the young and healthy to pay for the old and infirm. The consequences are surprising, and getting worse. …

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Budget “Deal” Reached, But

What do you call a budget deal that spends $63 Billion of “settled law” called the sequester? I call it a Republican surrender. Never mind that since the sequester began, the Obama administration has claimed some economic recovery. And never mind that the sequester passed with bi-partisan support. For un-sequestering $63 Billion dollars today and …

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Kerry Bowers For President In 2016

I am pleased to announce and pass along this video of Kerry Bowers’ bid for President of the United States for 2016. Aside from a long career in the United States Air Force, Kerry has been actively involved in communities and states where he and Deb have lived. For the last several years as volunteer …

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Leo Linbeck, Jr. Dies, Philanthropist, FairTax Co-Founder

More than just a co-founder of the FairTax. Leo Linbeck, Jr. was a visionary and philanthropist. It was his efforts along with two other wealthy friends, Robert McNair and Jack Trotter, that shared the vision of a tax system that was fair, simple, transparent, and conducive to economic growth. Never before has anyone thought that a tax system, by …

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10 Items Whose Prices Have Jumped the Most in the Past 10 Years

You’re paying 145% more to heat your home and about 100% more to put a gallon of gas in your car today than you did 10 years ago. And you can thank the EPA and environmentalist wackos for the top two. All of them, except possibly #9, are the result of either government regulation or the political …

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Tax Credit Bonanza For Illegal Immigrants?

Can’t think of a better way to just slit this country’s throat. Why do Democrats like Schumer hate this country so much that they’re willing to lay down our sovereignty and heritage? Too embarrassed to be proud of America at the expense of political party dominance. Do you know of any country that would pay illegal …

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FairTax, The Right Alternative

Under the FairTax, all the controversy in the news today, from IRS abuse, to tax favors, to tax punishments, will disappear. Gone! The immense size of the IRS? Gone! The immense cost of compliance to taxpayers? Gone! The term “take home pay” becomes obsolete. No more federal deductions. You take home everything you make. Can …

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aSide Order

First Amendment Not For Everyone Your First Amendment rights don’t mean much in Gaines Township, Michigan. Authorities there said that Vern Verduin, a cattle farmer who believes that President Obama’s political goals are destructive and inconsistent with American values, can’t put his trailer on his land with this message. More here. The Left’s Attack On …

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Georgia, Replace Income Tax With Consumption Tax

Georgia Sen. David Shafer, the Duluth Republican who is serving as Senate president pro tem, dropped two bills this week that could convert state funding to the consumption tax. The move, he said, could make Georgia more competitive with places like Florida and Tennessee, which do not charge an income tax. “I’ve always believed we …

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FairTax, S 122, Introduced In 113th Congress

Watch Sen. Saxby Chambliss introduce the FairTax, S122, into the Senate today.   FairTax Act Cover Sheet Please share with everyone you know. The FairTax is an economic stimulus all by itself, aside from being the easiest and most transparent, and most researched system of revenue collection for the federal government ever proposed. For more …

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