Are There Tea Party Taboos?
Joseph Farah, author of “The Tea Party Manifesto”, argues that economic issues are the turf of the Left, & the Tea Party movement should steer clear of the debate of these issues, on which the Left knows best. It is shocking that this author, who purportedly supports & admires the Tea Party movement, takes the exact same position of Obama, the Democrats & the RINOs | Read More »
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, Counterfeit Marriage
, Entitlement Reform
, free speech
, illegal aliens
, Joseph Farah
, Personal Responsibility
, sanctity of life
, Social Security
, tax reform
, tea party
, the left
, Unalienable Rights
The Government Needs a Spring Cleaning
The tax system has become another emblem of the government’s seemingly insatiable desire to make things complicated. In the culture of Washington never use one word when ten will do the trick, never hire one bureaucrat when five can do the same amount of work. It is little wonder then that the income tax code stretches to 3.4 million words, filling more than 7,500 letter | Read More »
Democrats in Wisconsin trying to extend, bloat cell phone tax.
There are merely taxes that people pay attention to, and then there are taxes that people forget about. And once they forget about them, the government can safely and quietly make them permanent. Wisconsin’s cell phone tax is a case in point: In 2003, the state created the cell phone tax to upgrade 911 response services. When the upgrade was done, it left a balance | Read More »
Dial For Your Dollars, Cook County
Tomorrow morning’s Chicago Tribune editorial addresses the importance — even the historic nature — of the County Board’s vote on whether or not to override Todd Stroger’s veto of our vote to repeal his sales tax increase. I think we all know the importance, so we will simply share the most important excerpt of this editorial: Taxpayers, start dialing if you want to offer last-minute | Read More »
So, what’s next?
Monday was an historical day for taxpayers. 228 Representatives, both Democrats and Republicans, said no to the outrageous H.R. 3997, a.k.a. $700 bi unconstitutional, socialist bailout scheme. What’s going to happen next?