Category Archives: Taxation

Sales Taxes vs. Corporate Profits

This shouldn’t surprise anybody I run with. — jtl, 419 By Mark Perry via The Tea Party Economist For every $100 in sales, the average discount retailer like Walmart and Target earns $3.10 in profits, while the average take for … Continue reading

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NOW THE BRITISH ARE FLEEING AMERICA

Johnson has been London’s mayor since 2008 and is even planning on running for Parliament.  His big mistake was being born in New York, though. Even though he moved at age 5, the US government wants him to pay capital … Continue reading

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IRS Can Seize Your Assets Even If It Just Suspects You Committed a Crime

 The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has increasingly used the process called civil asset forfeiture to seize the assets — including bank accounts — of people suspected of being engaged in criminal activity, even if no criminal charges are filed. So … Continue reading

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Property Rights and Property Taxes—and Countries That Don’t Have Them

by Nick Giambruno via Doug Casey’s International Man Do you really own something that you are forced to perpetually make payments on and which can be seized from you if you don’t pay? I would say that you don’t. You would possess such an item, … Continue reading

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Taxes vs. Money Printing for Revenue

I’ve been screaming about this for years. The only reason for the Federal Income Tax is to fool their intentionally dumbed down (via the Mandatory Government Propaganda Camps) slaves into believing they are “paying their fair share.” They want to do this … Continue reading

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The Twenty First Century Abolitionist Project: Slavery and Taxation

by Bill Buppert via ZeroGov.com “That no government, so called, can reasonably be trusted, or reasonably be supposed to have honest purposes in view, any longer than it depends wholly upon voluntary support.” -Lysander Spooner This essay is an incendiary device.  … Continue reading

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Slave Revolts

Indeed expatriation would be a solution of sorts. Another would be secession with nullification coming in as a distant third.  — jtl, 419 by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com In 73 BC, the Thracian gladiator Spartacus led one of the biggest slave revolts … Continue reading

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IRS to Jail Woman Who Owes $0 in Taxes, Seeks Jury Nullification

This is straight out of Soviet Russia. And so it is. Once you believe it can’t get any worse. Well…I’m reminded of my boot camp experience. They told me, “Cheer up. Things could be worse.” So I cheered up and, … Continue reading

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How to Fight the Modern State

For those of you who cling to the idea that America’s “problems” can be solved via peaceful political processes, you could be right. Here is the one and only “plan” that I have ever encountered that has half a chance of working. All that is … Continue reading

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Switzerland Caves In to US in Tax Evasion Dispute

Switzerland resisted the Nazis but caves to the uS? What does that tell you? And there are fools out there that fear the coming of the New World Order and a One World Government. I’ve got news for them. It … Continue reading

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