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Opposition Emerges to Democrat “Main Street Fairness Act”

WASHINGTON, July 29, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — NetChoice strongly opposes the so-called “Main Street Fairness Act,” introduced in the Senate today by Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) and in the House of Representatives by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI).  The proposed legislation would impose unfair and disproportionate collection burdens on small businesses, while adding less than three-tenths of one percent to state and local tax revenues. “Congress often says ...

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What if Corporations Paid No Taxes?

The United States is home to the second highest corporate taxes in the world. In 2009 many other countries decided to cut their corporate tax rates in order to foster more hiring and economic growth. According to the Organization for Economic Coordination and Development, the United State’s Corporate tax rate is more than 50% higher than the next highest – ...

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Obama: 80% Favor Balanced Approach [Fact Check]

Obama reiterated several times in this morning’s presser that 80% of voters favored a balanced approach to the debt problem. The President’s idea of a balanced approach is equal tax hikes and budget cuts. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single poll to support his delusion. A Rasumussen Report poll indicates that only 45% would favor tax increasese in the debt ceiling ...

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The Demise of the GOP as We Know It?

  DENVER, July 11, 2011 – The following statement has been issued by Jorge H. Moromisato, Director of the Reformed Economics Institute and author of “The Denver Plan to End Unemployment”: An infusion of Tea Party extremism seems to have infected the Republican Party. Even before they took their seats in Congress, Tea Partisans had converted the GOP into a staunch ...

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Tax Expert’s Advice: Don’t Count on Social Security

BRENTWOOD, Tenn., July 1, 2011 — According to a poll taken earlier this year, 77 percent of voters think Social Security is in danger. Fewer Americans, however, approve of increasing the retirement age. Voters were split on permitting people to invest their Social Security taxes into personal retirement accounts. Tax expert Dr. Friday, aka “The Tax Doctor,” falls into the ...

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The Entrepreneur is the True Economic Engine

President Obama feels it’s not too radical to ask corporate jet owners and millionaires to pay higher taxes. As our government bureaucrats express their ability to create jobs, they actually hinder the true job creators. These oracle geniuses conveniently fail to recognize the entrepreneur as the true economic engine to our economy. Whether it is the gas station owner, the ...

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Cain Confirms Attendance for ATRF/ Daily Caller Debate

(Stockbridge, GA)- Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain confirmed his attendance today for the Americans for Tax Reform Foundation/ Daily Caller debate scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 10, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nev. “I have spent nearly all of my professional career in the private sector, rescuing failing companies, balancing budgets and creating jobs,” Cain said. “I look forward ...

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What’s wrong With the Rich

The rich are the least understood minority.  That fact lends them to be vilified by the very politicians at the root of our serious economic problems. The facts are: The rich take risks with their money.  When they invest their expendable income, they are risking the loss of that income.  Often the rich loose a great deal of money in failed ...

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EU Bailout Money Going to UK/ German Banks- U.S to Bailout Greece?

Many Americans were kind of surprised when German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived for what was largely an unannounced White House visit recently. While many self-proclaimed political experts surmised that the main topic of discussion would be the ongoing three wars the U.S. is currently in, the real agenda has come out recently via thegatewaypundit: After tripling the US deficit and with unemployment ...

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Media Arm of D.A.M Caught in Lie to Bash Santorum

Recently, over in an article at Philly.com, we see more media malfeasance brought to you from the depths of The Democratic Attack Machine in attempted bashing of Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum: Santorum up to date on taxes; previous report incorrect. An earlier version of this story was incorrect in stating that Santorum was delinquent on his taxes. The initial ...

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John Bryson, Commerce Secretary, Appointed For Jobs or Climate Change?

If confirmed, Commerce Secretary John Bryson will be tasked to double U.S. exports over five years. He is a long time dedicated green environmentalist. With all that, maybe we ought to wonder what Bryson will be exporting over the next five years. Last year, John Bryson served on the United Nations advisory group on Energy and Climate Change; they established ...

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Chris Christie: 2012 Presidential Profile

Update: August 16, 2011– Speculation still continues to swirl around a possible run for the White House by Chris Christie. See “In The News” for updated news article. Chris Christie has said numerous times that he will not be running for President of The United States of America in 2012. In fact, after much speculation, rumors, pleas, suggestions and questions ...

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Governor Rick Scott Signs Seaport Competitive Edge Bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 24, 2011 CONTACT: LANE WRIGHT (850) 488-5394 Governor Scott Signs Bill to Give Florida Seaports Competitive Edge HB 283 Removes Burdensome Regulation, Saves Businesses $3 Million Tampa, Fla. – In keeping his promise to reduce burdensome, job-killing regulation, today Governor Rick Scott signed legislation during a visit to the Port of Tampa that enables Florida ’s ...

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