A thoughtful compilation and analysis of some important, but underreported and under-researched news stories, with particular focus on keeping the People informed about all Enemies, Foreign and Domestic.
-----The 'Civil Flag' -- Forgotten Flag, or Flag of Fraud and Fiction?
-----Status of the 'Fair Tax Act of 2005' (H.R. 25; S 25)
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Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Rapacious IRS Eyes eBay Story dated 27 March 2005
"In tax law, there is no clear, bright line that separates fun from profit, or a hobby from a business. But IRS instructions make it clear that all income -- a category that includes bribes, gambling winnings, kickbacks and money made in illegal activities -- can be taxed."
And now the greedy bloodsuckers at the IRS are looking at eBay sales. That's nice. Please write Congress and ask your Representative and Senators to support the FairTax (H.R. 25, and S. 25). The FairTax would replace the federal income tax with a national retail sales tax. There is a minimum amount of money that is considered to be the subsistence level that will not be taxed, but beyond that, everyone with the money to buy new, finished, consumer goods will be taxed at a uniform rate (used goods would not be taxed). Please support this bill. I would love to see all the little IRS gremlins sent packing. _____________________________________________
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