Income tax is a regulation system that controls consumption, redistributes wealth and it is a dossier system of government spying on the people. The U.S. tax code is tax evasion for the rich.
Cliven Bundy made some impolitic statements on race in the presence of a reporter for The New York Times. Of course, the mainstream media, which virtually ignored the story of Federal government’s overreaching a violent land grab for weeks, suddenly found enthusiasm for it.
For the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1 through April 15 (Tax Day) the Federal government set an all-time record for revenue collected. That is government-speak for “stole an unprecedented amount of money from the American people.”
Gullible Democrats and Obamaphiles bought the lie — and in many cases continue to buy the lie — that Obamacare was about insuring the uninsured. If you still ride that bandwagon and what I’m about to tell you doesn’t knock you off it, there is little hope anything will.
Americans have the ability to nullify unConstitutional laws through noncompliance and with the help of law enforcement who stand true to their oath to defend the Constitution.
Rancher Cliven Bundy, with the support of hundreds of U.S. patriots, seems to have won the latest skirmish with the Federal government. But was this a victory for Bundy and the American people over an overreaching Federal government, or was the retreat just a strategic de-escalation?
The Bundy family of Clark County, Nev., has been grazing cattle on the same patch of land since the 1800s. The Feds are rounding up their cattle, and the Bundys are trying to stop them. There are fears this could continue escalating and turn into a Branch Davidian-style assault.
According to the Tax Foundation, April 21 is “Tax Freedom Day.” Ostensibly, this is the day the average American has earned enough to satisfy his “tax burden,” and for the rest of the year he is working for himself rather than government. The truth is there is no tax freedom day.
On Wednesday, Michelle Obama planted her annual kitchen garden. In remarks to the children and adults gathered to help her, she made the point that it was a pollinator garden. Then, she lied about why such a garden was necessary.
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan rarely said anything intelligible. Ben Bernanke rarely said anything intelligent. Janet Yellen, on Tuesday, pandered like a politician in a room full of dependent-class voters. Since when did it become the job of the Fed Chairman to politic to the low-information crowd?