10 Jun 2015

Donald Trump Want’s Americans to Pay a 35% Tax on New Cars

Donald Trump wants to run for president. He says he can beat Hillary. Sometimes Donald Trump has something good things to say, and sometimes he makes me shake my head in disbelief. During a speech in Raleigh, North Carolina, “Trump referred to the constantly growing field of Republican candidates as

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29 Nov 2014

Obama Just Refused to Lower Your Taxes

Liberals joined President Obama by refusing to consider a reduction in corporate taxes which are some of the highest in the world. A lot of people will think this is a good thing. Stick it to those corporations. Here’s how the rejection of tax cuts is being reported: “A group

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28 Aug 2014

Liberals Denounce Burger King for Wanting to Save Money

The Left has gone into an apoplectic nose dive over the story that Burger King may reincorporate in Canada to lower its taxes. Many are calling the move “un-American.” How so? How is it unAmerican to want to save money for its investors? Wasn’t one of the arguments for same-sex

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04 Nov 2011

Corporations Don’t Pay Taxes – Ever!

A CNN article reports that many corporations don’t pay income taxes, and many more don’t pay the 35 percent corporate tax rate. The average tax is around 18 percent. You and I should be thankful that some corporations don’t pay any taxes and be upset that the average tax rate

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20 Aug 2011

Eliminate Corporate Taxes and Save the Economy!

When Mitt Romney said “corporations are people,” the Leftist Democrat Dominionists went crazy. How could he make such an absurd statement? How can an impersonal gigantic corporation be a person? For the simple reason that a corporation is “group of people authorized to act as a single entity (legally a

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22 Jun 2011

Taxation is Theft

What is the first principle of economics? Some economists will claim that it’s supply and demand, while others insist that it’s scarcity or the division of labor. The first principle of economics is “thou shalt not steal.” The word economics is derived from two Greek words: oikos, meaning “house,” and

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