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Rejecting FairTax Part Four: The Negative Income Tax Credit

In Part One, I’ll cover the dangers of taxing consumption as a major source of government revenue, both to the individual and to the economy. Part Two will cover the little-known problems in the FairTax proposal- the “fine print” FairTax advocates won’t tell you about (or don’t know themselves); I’ll also refute some of the inconsistencies and rhetoric used by FairTax advocates. ...

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The FairTax Series: America's Road To Prosperity Part 2

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 anti-FairTax crowd. One of the things that put me off the FairTax at first was the ...

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Rejecting FairTax Part Two: What You Don't Know About FairTax

In Part One, I’ll cover the dangers of taxing consumption as a major source of government revenue, both to the individual and to the economy. Part Two will cover the little-known problems in the FairTax proposal- the “fine print” FairTax advocates won’t tell you about (or don’t know themselves); I’ll also refute some of the inconsistencies and rhetoric used by FairTax advocates. ...

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Lets Give the Liberals the Tax Hikes They Demand: Thanksgiving Edition

As the sweet aroma of Mom’s pumpkin pie fills the home this Thanksgiving morning, and with the turkey all set to go into the oven, I decided to take the time out to give thanks to Rich Mitchell and the CDN staff for giving me the platform to share my conservative news and opinion articles today. The following is my ...

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THERE ARE NO CUTS! – The Fallacy of Baseline Budgeting

From thehill.com I almost have to laugh at the old car commercials with the loud salesmen and the blinking graphics, “Come in today and save $5,000!!”  You have to know that this type of advertising works because it is still being used.  Ergo, there must still be idiots out there that think they are really saving $5,000 by spending $25,000 ...

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Ninety-Nine. The New 51%?

OK, so I was educated in the public schools, but there is some math that just doesn’t add up.  So, I did a little research.   If you listen to the main stream media…. STOP!!  But I digress.  Listening to the main stream media for any period of time would have you concluding that the Republicans are the party of ...

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We Can NEVER Stop Combating The MSM – Rich Already Pay "Fair Share" of Taxes

MSM, OWS, Obama Administration The OWS gang and President Barack Obama want the “rich” to pay their fair share of taxes. With that “fair share” statement in mind, let’s (again) look at income taxes and who pays them. Why again? Because the MSM covers the OWS and Obama administration and promotes the “fair share” message. We can never stop broadcasting ...

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Apple Knows How To Generate Revenue; Why Doesn't Our Government?

In light of the recent revelation that Steve Jobs told Barack Obama that he’s on his way to being a “one term president”, I thought I would share something with you that I originally posted on AiPolitics.me.  In it, I discuss how our politicians lack creativity when it comes to generating revenue, and that over-taxing us is not the way ...

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Are We Really Free?

In this article by Richard F. Miniter, titled “Who Will Save New York? Herman Cain?” the topic of being over-taxed is addressed, but it goes much deeper than that. He addresses the concept of true freedom. We are losing our freedom every day, and one form of bondage is being taxed, taxed, and then taxed again to support “programs”. This is the ...

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What or Whom is Behind the Bashing of the 9-9-9 Plan

During the Nevada GOP Presidential debate, we saw Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan attacked by everyone else on stage.  What might surprise some folks is how supposedly Republican Presidential candidates were apparently using leftist propaganda [posing as non-partisan] from Progressive think tanks as the basis for denouncing Cain’s 9-9-9 plan. A mere two hours before the debate, reports started coming out denouncing ...

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Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Proposed Amendment To The Constitution of The United States of America Amendment 28 National Consumption Tax 1. The sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed. 2. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on end-user consumption of all goods and service, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several ...

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The Hangover Strategy

Most people are aware of the phrase “too much of a good thing” and understand its meaning, that excess will do you harm. If you eat too much you may get a stomach ache and if you drink too much you may get a hangover. However, most people probably remain unaware that “too much of a good thing” can be ...

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Obama Fleeces Seniors to Pay for Jobs Bill

As President Obama lands his taxpayer-funded corporate jet in North Carolina and Virginia this week, and then takes a short bus ride to speak to the people about his jobs bill, it would be nice if Senior citizens showed up to confront him about the provision in his jobs bill that mandates a government kickback for every single medicare/medicaid prescription ...

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When the Light Comes On… A Lesson in Brainwashing

  We all know the well known classical conditioning example from Pavlov; the light comes on, the dog’s tail begins to wag and he starts to drool. The experiment involved turning on the light every time the dog is fed. This associative technique is done so many times that eventually just the act of turning on the light will cause ...

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