Western countries are now to pay compensation for the historic sin of taking the world out of millenia of crippling poverty, just because that inevitably includes some carbon emissions.
Tag - taxes
As always, the middle will be screwed by the margins. The young and childless and the old and childlike will try to fleece one another, only to settle their sights on the easiest mark: the tax-paying, burden-carrying median.
Many people on the American political right love sharing memes of Robin Hood as a liberty-loving hero for the common person.
In a way, the property tax is the most egregious tax.
The IRS, the FBI, or the Federal Reserve, are all at minimum aconstitutional if not outright unconstitutional and yet, they continue unchallenged to this day.
Why is our government choosing to pick one corrupt side over the other when it can ignore both and focus on its own ‘customers’?
Next month, citizens can put a stop to the city borrowing like a teenager who stole his parents’ credit card.
The war tax is finally here. We aren’t dying for Kyiv, but our checking accounts may as well be.
The Constitution Line by Line: Article I, Section 8 – Taxing, Spending, Borrowing
In this episode of the Constitution Line by Line, Senator Mike Lee covers the first two clauses of Article I, Section 8, which outline the powers granted to the government to raise revenue.
If You Want Personal Freedom, Support Economic Freedom | Guest: Robert Lawson | Ep 105
Matt Kibbe sits down with economist Robert Lawson to talk about his Economic Freedom Index, an annual ranking of the world’s freest—and most unfree—economies.