Anyone may arrange his affairs so that his taxes shall be as low as possible; he is not bound to choose that pattern which best pays the treasury. There is not even a patriotic duty to increase one’s taxes. Over and over again the Courts have said that there is nothing sinister in so arranging affairs as to keep taxes as low as possible. Everyone does it, rich and poor alike and all do right, for nobody owes any public duty to pay more than the law demands.
End the Fed, Competing Currencies, Government Monopoly.
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Sep 20, 2011 - The Judge explains what happens when the government distorts the markets, and how it affects your freedom.
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One Billion Taxpayer Dollars Sent To Dead People.
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September 23, 2011 - Report: $600M in benefits being given to dead federal workers.
American Jobs Act is more Obama-loney
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President Obama is calling for $ 1.5 trillion in new tax revenue as part of a larger proposal to combat the nation’s rocketing federal debt. Republicans though seem not to be satisfied with the plan. Lew Rockwell of the Ludwig Von Misses Institute joins RT’s Kristine Frazao to offer up some answers.
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Godfrey Bloom MEP, UKIP, (Yorkshire & North Lincs.), Europe of Freedom and Democravcy (EFD) group in the European Parliament
From RT.com: S&P downgrades Italy
Godfrey Bloom, Member of the European Parliament for the UK Independence Party, says he is a little bit surprised it has taken so long for the Italian credit rating to be downgraded.
“Unlike most politicians I used to be an investment manager,” he said. “And the risk assessment the market has decided today, or rather last night, is that Italian bonds are greater today.”
But Bloom also agrees that S&P’s decision was also politically-motivated, and not just an economic instrument. He believes that the “euro has been about politics from the very beginning.”