Welfare State Lunancy
Leaves Misery In Its Wake
The Income Tax & IRS Are Subverting Our Nation from the Inside
JOHN TAMNY BOOK REVIEW
"Taxed To Death:" The Income Tax, the IRS and the Coming of Collectivism to America
The True Reform Is REPEAL!
Dr. Larry Hunter Explains Why Tax Reform Is A Snare & A Delusion
Which Seniors Group Works Best For You?
Mar 24, 2014 12:28 PM
The modern American welfare state is a kleptocracy in which everyone is stealing from everyone else under the color of law using the income tax and IRS as the bagman.
Mar 19, 2014 02:21 PM
Former Reagan Ambassador to the Soviet Union says, "I don’t believe that we are witnessing a renewal of the Cold War. The tensions between Russia and the West are based more on misunderstandings, misrepresentations and posturing for domestic audiences than on any real clash of ideologies or national interests. And the issues are far fewer and much less dangerous than those we dealt with during the Cold War."
Mar 19, 2014 12:19 PM
- Thankfully for readers, Hunter has written a very interesting new book, Taxed to Death: A Concerned Citizen's Guide to How the Income Tax & IRS Harm Everyone in America
. For those concerned about taxes and the growing power of the IRS, this is a book for them.
Mar 18, 2014 06:10 AM
To NeoCons, as Noam Chomsky said, “It’s very dangerous for a population to be overcome by these sickly inhibitions [against military force], as Goebbels understood, because then there’s a limit on foreign adventures.”
Feb 11, 2014 12:39 PM
Something strange is happening in Washington. We are slowly dismantling the federal government, even as its spending is growing larger. The paradox is that governmental competence is being systematically degraded while the government’s size, as measured by its budget, is increasing. We are spending more and getting less, and — unless present trends are reversed — this will continue for years. It threatens the end of government as we know it.
Jan 15, 2014 12:16 PM
Are business people more corrupt than those in government? Hollywood loves to portray those in business as the baddies and those in government as the good guys. Exhibit A is the new movie, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” the largely true story of con man Jordan Belfort.
Jan 13, 2014 03:35 PM
It was sobering to have a student come up to me after class recently and ask, “So, when was Reagan elected president again?” As firsthand memory of Reagan recedes further into the rearview mirror and a new generation with no direct memory of him reaches adulthood, Reagan’s shadow continues to lengthen, especially for conservatives and his would-be Republican successors on the presidential stage.
Jan 07, 2014 10:15 AM
What is most striking about the American police state is not the mega-corporations running amok in the halls of Congress, the militarized police crashing through doors and shooting unarmed citizens, or the invasive surveillance regime which has come to dominate every aspect of our lives. No, what has been most disconcerting about the emergence of the American police state is the extent to which the citizenry appears content to passively wait for someone else to solve our nation’s many problems. Unless Americans are prepared to engage in militant nonviolent resistance in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. and Gandhi, true reform, if any, will be a long time coming.
Jan 06, 2014 09:04 AM
Chicago, IL—The State of Illinois like lots of jurisdictions in America want to over-regulate our rights to keep and bear arms. Additionally they want to make us pay or face arrest and imprisonment for not submitting to their unlawful extortion demands.
Jan 03, 2014 09:20 AM
2014 is upon us. For a person who graduated from Georgia Tech in 1961, a year in which the class ring showed the same date right side up or upside down, the 21st century was a science fiction concept associated with Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film, “2001: A Space Odyssey.” To us George Orwell’s 1984 seemed so far in the future we would never get there. Now it is 30 years in the past.
Nov 12, 2013 12:23 PM
It’s hard to pinpoint what exactly is responsible for the growing spate of police shootings, brutality and overreach that have come to dominate the news lately, whether it’s due to militarized police, the growing presence of military veterans in law enforcement, the fact that we are a society predisposed to warfare, indoctrinated through video games, reality TV shows, violent action movies and a series of endless wars that have, for younger generations, become life as they know it—or all of the above.
Nov 11, 2013 02:21 PM
Come down the road of history and watch the vast parade. There were the cave people, with their fear of the thunder and lightning and the forces behind them; there were the priesthoods rattling gourds and pointing scepters; there were the supposed witches, and the alchemists, and the prophets who, we’re to believe, deeded their highest ideas to bureaucrats and killers who would build churches in their name…
Oct 21, 2013 10:53 AM
Author Justin Raimondo says he doesn't believe in God but he believes in divine retribution. Without going into the specifics of this somewhat counterintuitive theology, suffice to say here that its central axiom is the idea that actions have consequences. One cannot go on committing evil without reaping a whirlwind or two. Eventually Nemesis overtakes Hubris, and the results aren’t pretty.
Oct 17, 2013 12:37 PM
(VIDEO) Economist John Williams says the U.S. budget and debt ceiling circus is not the real problem. Williams contends, “The issue here, very simply, is the long term solvency of the United States of America. . . This gap based deficit is going to kill us . . . We are going to be in very serious trouble in this next year, and the global markets know this is happening.”
Oct 09, 2013 11:00 AM
When the Fed announced in September that it would postpone indefinitely the cessation of the economic vandalism that is Quantitative Easing (QE), investors and pundits expressed surprise. They shouldn’t have. Walter Bagehot brightly telegraphed Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s QE audible well over 100 years ago.
Oct 08, 2013 09:57 AM
The median U.S. household income in 2012 was $51,000, but that’s nothing to crow about. That same figure was first reached way back in 1989--- meaning that the living standard of Main Street America has gone nowhere for the last quarter century. Since there was no prior span in U.S. history when real household incomes remained dead-in-the-water for 25 years, it cannot be gainsaid that the great American prosperity machine has stalled out.
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