France Is The Socialist Future We Should Dread

France Is The Socialist Future We Should Dread Op-Ed by Veronique de Rugy A lot of attention and ink are being poured these days in trying to explain to a generation of voters why socialism always fails. Not only does socialism always fail to deliver the economic goods; it is also a source of massive oppression and pain. I get why so many are devoting such amounts of energy to this task. First, the likes of Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and few others have made the notion of…

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Pity the Nation: War Spending Is Bankrupting America

Pity the Nation: War Spending Is Bankrupting America By John W. Whitehead “Pity the nation whose people are sheep And whose shepherds mislead them Pity the nation whose leaders are liars Whose sages are silenced And whose bigots haunt the airwaves Pity the nation that raises not its voice Except to praise conquerors And acclaim the bully as hero And aims to rule the world By force and by torture… Pity the nation oh pity the people who allow their rights to erode and their freedoms to be washed away…”…

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Best 5 States to Avoid High Property Taxes

Best 5 States to Avoid High Property Taxes By Joe Jarvis Property taxes negate private property. It’s not yours if you have to pay the government every year to keep it. I’m sure the Socialists would claim you owe society for using a piece of land. But, ironically, having to pay taxes just to live on a chunk of land keeps people working for the man… Without property taxes, Socialists could already set up their own mini-utopias… on private property. Instead, property taxes force us all into the profit system.…

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Green New Deal Reveals the Naked Truth of Agenda 21

Green New Deal Reveals the Naked Truth of Agenda 21 By Tom DeWeese Sometimes if you fight hard enough and refuse to back down, no matter the odds, your truth is vindicated and prevails! For twenty years I have been labeled a conspiracy theorist, scaremonger, extremist, dangerous, nut case. I’ve been denied access to stages, major news programs, and awarded tin foil hats. All because I have worked to expose Agenda 21 and its policy of sustainable development as a danger to our property rights, economic system, and culture of…

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Uganda’s Social Media Tax is Leaving People Disconnected — And Failing to Meet Revenue Targets

Uganda’s Social Media Tax is Leaving People Disconnected — And Failing to Meet Revenue Targets By James Propa The number of people using the Internet in Uganda has dropped by more than 12 percentage points since July 2018, when the country’s so-called “social media tax” was put into force. Prior to the tax’s implementation, 47.4 percent of people in Uganda were using the Internet. Three months after the tax was put in place, that number had fallen to 35 percent. The tax resulted from an Excise Duty Bill passed in…

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Yellow Vest Movement Starts a New Form of Protest – Burning Banknotes

Yellow Vest Movement Starts a New Form of Protest – Burning Banknotes By Jamie Redman For well over two months, the Yellow Vest movement in France has continued to keep itself illuminated with fervent protests against taxes, the banking system, and the region’s bureaucrats. On Feb. 1, a group of Gilets Jaunes working at the bill printing factory explained their plan to show the world they mean business by burning pallets of bills, starting with Israeli banknotes. Yellow Vests Burn Stock of Foreign Bills The grassroots Yellow Vest movement in…

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5 Legal Strategies To Reduce Your Tax Burden

5 Legal Strategies To Reduce Your Tax Burden By Nicholas West While people feel compelled to continue debating the government shutdown, the reality remains that tax collection is expected to continue uninterrupted. The old maxim that the two great inescapable realities are death and taxes should come as an affront to the liberty minded, however. The mandatory payment of taxes is as unnatural as death is natural, and is a human construct that is a historically recent phenomenon. The concept of raising tax revenue in the United States began with…

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Amid Civil Unrest, Internet Shutdowns are Making Zimbabwe’s Economic Crisis Worse

Amid Civil Unrest, Internet Shutdowns are Making Zimbabwe’s Economic Crisis Worse By Kudzai Chimhangwa Following the January 12 declaration of an official fuel price hike in Zimbabwe, civil unrest and political paranoia has rocked the nation. President Emmerson Mnanagagwa announced that fuel prices at $1.30 USD per liter would go up by 150 percent, making Zimbabwe’s fuel among the most expensive in the world. The next day he left for a five-day tour of Russia and Eastern Europe, purportedly in search of investment deals. Chaos and anarchy broke out the…

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Taxpayers Pay $1.25 Million After Cops Beat Innocent Dr. on Video—for Stealing His Own Car

Taxpayers Pay $1.25 Million After Cops Beat Innocent Dr. on Video—for Stealing His Own Car By Matt Agorist Evanston, IL – All too often, those who blindly support authority without question will say, ‘If you don’t want to get beat up by police, don’t break the law.’ However, time after time after time, they are proven wrong — often in the worst way. Dr. Lawrence Crosby is proof that not breaking the law is no protection against getting hurt by police as he was beaten and arrested by cops who…

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Want To Abolish The Internal Revenue Service? See H.R. 25

Want To Abolish The Internal Revenue Service? See H.R. 25 By Catherine J. Frompovich For years everyone has been talking about getting rid of the Internal Revenue Service, which most folks think is next to impossible.  Well, think no more.  On January 3, 2019, twenty-six (26) members of the U.S. House of Representatives introduced H.R. 25,which is as long as a roll of wallpaper, that I don’t have the time to read. However, for those interested in that topic and getting their members of Congress to cosign on to it,…

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