The latest book, titled ‘Taxation Is Theft’ delves into the history of taxation in the united states, the types of taxes, the hidden taxes, and how politicians spend all that tax money. The final section explains how we can easily and practically eliminate taxation using simple programs that already exist (and no, it’s not the ‘there is no law that says we need to pay taxes’ argument).
But the education system run by politicians continues to get worse in every way. No matter who is elected and no matter how much pressure parents place on the educators, the system keeps getting worse and never seems to improve in any meaningful way. It is time to get the government completely out of education. Here are the top reasons we must do this as soon as possible:
In our quest to break barriers to freedom and build and promote a free society in Africa, we are with time discovering and drawing the attention of more danger posed and done by the state. These powers are violating and throwing into the trench of history the principles of a free society and not letting man live a free life.
Many conservatives believe that politicians should tax their citizens in order to fund government services and projects. Support for the military, law enforcement, courts, border security, and education, and a small amount of welfare seem popular among conservatives, though they often believe that the government wastes too much money or uses it on the wrong projects.
New Hampshire’s government does not levy a tax on earned income, in the traditional sense. There is a 5% tax on interest earned and on dividends. Now, libertarian Republicans are seeking to eliminate that tax, truly making the state income-tax-free.
For the third year in a row, New Hampshire Democrats seem to be proposing a bill which would create an income/payroll tax in the state. As they did for the past 2 years, they appear to be disguising their intentions by calling it a ‘family medical leave insurance’ bill. At Read more…