Tag: Taxes
Medicare Trust Fund Is Running Out of Money
Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund is set to run out of money by 2026.
You Don’t Make the Tax Laws, but You Do Pay the Taxes
The Internal Revenue Code is a massively complex part of the laws of the United States of America.
In Sacramento County, Bureaucrats “Correct” Their Error with Property Tax Clawback
The county ought to eat the mistake and keep their hands out of taxpayers’ pockets.
Congress’ New “PAYGO” Rule
An excuse to raise taxes on the American people.
The National Debt and the Control of the House
With Democrats back at the helm, more taxing & spending in sight?
Why America Is Increasingly Divided (and James Madison Would Have Predicted It)
More than half of Americans receive more money from gov. transfer programs than they pay in federal taxes.
Drinking Water Tax the Last Straw for Californians?
California governor Jerry Brown wants to impose the state’s first-ever tax on drinking water.
FinCEN Form 114—I’m Not the Criminal Here
FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, is a mandatory report to the U.S. Treasury Department and is inherently intrusive.
Roving Bandit, Stationary Bandit, and Income Tax
Many libertarians have embraced the slogan “taxation is theft.”
Our Land, Our Infrastructure, Our Country—a Lot of Loose Talk
Many Americans talk about “our country,” “our public lands,” and “our infrastructure.” Such terminology is inaccurate and misleading. Genuine de facto ownership entails control of the property and the benefits it generates. No one owns the country, though the thousands of governmental entities make and enforce claims to various parts and aspects of it....
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