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Fair Tax Series Part II: The Cost of Compliance

THE FAIRTAX SERIES: AMERICA’S ROAD TO PROSPERITY Part 2: TODAY’S TAX CODES, THE COST OF COMPLIANCE In this installment of the FairTax series I want to cover the cost of compliance and enforcement with today’s tax codes. Before I go into the complexities of compliance and enforcement I want to spend a few minutes dispelling the favorite myth of the ...

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The Secrets of the Donkey: 1828-Present

BY ALEX PAUL In my previous (and breakout) article, with the election just around the corner, I felt the need to lay out a sort of “road map” of Hillary Clinton’s life, starting from her birth and ending with the several crimes she has committed in the 2010’s. But the election has come and gone, and the American people have ...

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Nikki Haley tapped for Trump administration

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South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has been selected by President-elect Donald Trump to be the United States’ ambassador to the United Nations. An official announcement from the Trump office is expected on Wednesday. The daughter of Indian immigrants and South Carolina’s first woman and minority governor, Haley had stumped for Marco Rubio and endorsed Ted Cruz during the presidential campaign. ...

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Of Trump, Business Profits And Government Deficits

Everyone who pays attention to politics has either overheard the expression, or had the thought, that if a business were run like the government operates, they’d be broke, out of business (and likely in jail) in a month. Government doesn’t have to be efficient, it doesn’t have to pay taxes, it isn’t burdened with EPA regulations, it doesn’t have to ...

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CNN’s hosts and panelists are robots .. or something

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The same network that leaked questions to Hillary Clinton and is representative of a media ecosystem that allowed Hillary’s team to edit articles before publication gets taken to task by … SNL? Oh… why not. “Saturday Night Live” parodied CNN’s coverage of Donald Trump by portraying anchor Anderson Cooper and his political panelists as robots. While not likely true, it ...

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Did America Wait To Long For Trump?

With the election of Donald Trump, there was a big sigh of relief followed by cheers across this country, not by all Americans but over 61 million of them. After everything has settled and reality sets in many are wondering, did the election of Donald Trump come soon enough to save America? For years, I like many other Americans have ...

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Jesse Jackson Solves All Of The Nation’s Problems

Jesse Jackson recently said that Barack Obama should pardon Hillary in order to halt all of the bad feelings currently floating about, and settle the sentiment of anger that is widespread in the nation. Of course Mr. Jackson is talking about the current anger and frustration on the part of Democrat bought-and-paid-for rioters and destroyers who are beating people and ...

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Barack Obama Is Stuck With The “Legacy” He Earned And Deserves

  When one thinks of historical figures against whom to compare Barack Obama, two personalities come to mind: Neville Chamberlain and Jimmy Carter. Neville Chamberlain was the “peace in our time” guy who, instead of giving the world peace through his dealings with Adolph Hitler, took Europe directly into World War II with its millions of deaths and its total ...

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Obama Still Campaigning After Losing The Election

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I can’t recall an American president who continued to campaign and try to convince the nation that the ideas they voted down in the just-finished election were good ideas that had created a better, more prosperous America. Obama was soundly thrashed in the last election and the man just won’t shut up and go away. It’s unseemly, and the world ...

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I Was 100 Percent Wrong About Donald Trump

It’s been a decade or more since I’ve enjoyed watching election returns on TV. Republicans are always being told not to give up hope; the campaign is gaining momentum in the last week. I remember four years ago there were reports from the Romney campaign that prospects for victory were looking up. Instead of three little old ladies waiting in ...

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Donald Trump’s Plan for Economic Salvation

Repudiation and Reversal One of the unspoken joys in life is the rich pleasure that comes with bearing witness to a career politician – a shrew no less – as they fail spectacularly.  Tuesday night served up one of these unique experiences with some sumptuous fare.  No doubt, the world is a better place because of it. Make of it what ...

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There’s Nothing Wrong With the Electoral College

America is not a democracy. To be precise, it is a nationally-federated constitutional republic. This distinction, however, has sadly been largely erased from the national lexicons, pointed out only by those who are immediately dismissed and scornfully labelled a pedant. Yet, that this is not an issue of semantics is all too evident in the reaction to the presidential election. ...

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Hillary’s Silence as Supporters Riot Tells Much About Her and Them

If the supporters of the leftist, progressive, Democrat, Hillary Clinton, feel empowered to riot, attack and burn in their defeat, can you imagine the destruction they’d cause if Hillary had won the presidential election? Actually one should not be surprised at the violent way Hillary’s people are behaving, because it was Hillary Clinton herself who ordered, organized and paid for ...

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Liberal Democrats Believe Elections Have Consequences, As Long As It’s They Who Win The Elections

When Barack Obama became president and began to “fundamentally transform America” and tear it apart, he reminded his Republican critics that “elections have consequences”. He believed that since he won an election, he could do anything he wanted to do, even unconstitutional and unlawful things, and I’ll be damned if Republicans didn’t let him do it. Even though Hillary and ...

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