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Internet Sales Tax Bill Will Pass in the Senate.

Written by Gary North on April 26, 2013

It’s almost here: a new sales tax on Internet purchases. The Senate will vote in 11 days. The preliminary vote was 63 to 30. Then it will go to the House. If the House passes it, Obama will sign it into law. You and I will start paying sales taxes on orders from companies that […]

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Internet Sales Tax Comes to a Vote

Written by Gary North on April 23, 2013

The Senate Democrats are about to consider voting on a sales tax imposed on Internet purchases. The bill was released for the Senators to read only on April 21, Sunday. Harry Reid — Sen. Don’t Read — has it on a fast track. The bill is S. 743, the Marketplace Fairness Act. In this case, […]

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The Triumvirate of Modern Warfare

Written by Gary North on April 15, 2013

Three factors have made possible the modern world’s wars: graduated taxation, the central bank, and the abolition of the gold coin standard. The relationship between central banking and war has been known for at least 400 years. The ability of the Dutch Republic to wage what was in effect a revolutionary war against the Spanish […]

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How Americans Can Avoid Capital Gains Taxes Forever

Written by Gary North on March 12, 2013

They can move to Puerto Rico. That’s all there is to it?  Yes. Puerto Rico has been a great tax haven for Americans for decades. I had a Puerto Rican official speak at one of my conferences 25 years ago on this. Any firm that employed up to five Puerto Ricans could avoid federal income […]

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