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4/12/13 - IRS targets personal emails. According to a 2009 IRS employee handbook, the tax agency says the Fourth Amendment does not protect emails because Internet users don’t “have a reasonable expectation of privacy in such communications.” A lawyer for the agency reiterated the policy in 2010. And despite the IRS' latest statement, the current online version of the IRS manual says that no warrant is required for emails that are stored by an Internet storage provider for more than 180 days.  It doesn't have to be this way.  There is no IRS with FairTax.

In a system of full capitalism, there should be (but, historically, has not yet been) a complete separation of state and economics, in the same way and for the same reasons as the separation of state and church. - Objectivism, Ayn Rand, 1962

IRS Star Trek Video - The US Internal Revenue Service spent $60,000+ of your money to produce this terrible Star Trek spoof.  Despite being really bad, the film does demonstrate the culture of the IRS: you, the citizens, are tax cattle. Without the genius central planners of today, you would have anarchy.  With FairTax, we would not need the IRS.  They are a 100% worthless function in society, causing countless hours of frustration and confusion every year and thousands of useless tax lawyers and accountants when a consumption tax collected by the states would accomplish the same purpose, showing taxpayers the real cost by putting taxes in the same place.

2/24/13 - States adopt "no income tax" policy - A year after pushing a major income tax cut through the Kansas Legislature, Gov. Sam Brownback returned last month angling for another. It's part of his bold goal of ultimately eliminating the tax, joining fast-growing Texas and eight other states that generally don't tax income. The argument: Axing the income tax in favor of sales taxes would make their states magnets for job creation, economic growth and wealth. If it works for states, it works for federal.

The Great Dollar Debasement: After 100 years of deliberate debasement, the US dollar is dying. Our politicians have deceptively siphoned off so much of its value that a 2013 dollar has only two pennies of the purchasing power of a 1913 dollar. This great debasement of America’s money is by far the largest confiscation of wealth in world history— and you, your children, and your grandchildren are the ones on the losing end of this century-long policy. The Federal Reserve System, created by Progressives in 1913 to give America an “elastic” money, has taken on such enormous and far- ranging powers that it has become “the fourth branch of government” that killed the gold-backed dollar, and replaced it with an impostor currency, a central cause of today’s dangerous economic problems. On the 100th anniversaries of the 1912 Progressive takeover of America and 1913 imposition of the Fed and income tax— still working together synergistically to transform the USA—we expose, and show how to reverse, the Progressives' Great Debasement of America.

New development - corporation tax revealed.  Cabela's is itemizing a "medical excise tax" on their receipts.  Ask corporations to itemize ALL their taxes and we will see what we really pay.  http://www.snopes.com/politics/taxes/medicaldevice.asp

Who is John Galt?  The phrase "going John Galt" or simply "going Galt" has been used by psychologist Helen Smith and others to describe productive members of society cutting back on work in response to the projected increase in U.S. marginal tax rates, increased limits on tax deductions, and the use of tax revenues for causes they regard as immoral. Read Atlas Shrugged and watch the movie.

"There are two kinds of hate.  One gives you strength, the other takes it away." - The Twelve, Justin Cronin

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Petition to White House gets response.  Erroneous and deceptive information.  Says median-income taxes would increase 36% with FairTax.  Price of goods will not increase because the hidden corporate tax would no longer be hidden.  The tax would be transferred from corporate to federal sales tax.  For example, a $1 hamburger might be 70¢ without corporate tax.  Add FairTax and you're back to a $1 hamburger.  BUT - all the tax would be visible for everyone to gripe about.  This is what terrifies the administration.  When people really see what taxes we pay, they will protest.  Why did Patriots dump tea in the Boston harbor?  The Tea Tax of 1770 placed a 3% duty on tea.  About 50% of income today goes to taxes.  http://www.nowandfutures.com/taxes.html

Bill Whittle speaks on FairTax.  Bill Whittle is a screenwriter, editor, and director. He has written for National Review Online and is a regular commentator at PJTV.comhttp://blip.tv/davidhorowitztv/bill-whittle-644492

"We predominantly focus on state and local issues, not federal ones, but the Fair Tax would be much better than what we have now.  The difficulty will be in actually getting it." - Paul Gessing, Rio Grande Foundation

"Constant surveillance is -- the ultimate implied threat of coercion." - John Whitehead, Lawyer and founder of Rutherford Institute

"We now have so many regulations that everyone is guilty of some violation." - Donald Alexander, IRS Director 1975, before Congress – 1975

"When plunder has become a way of life for a group of people living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it, and a moral code that glorifies it." - Frederic Bastiat

"There’s no way to rule innocent men. When there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible to live without breaking the laws." - Ayn Rand in "Atlas Shrugged"

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