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Cap Taxes, Stop the Legislature — Georgians Said Yes

Posted on November 6, 2014

Tuesday — they don’t want to pay higher income taxes. Two state constitutional amendments were on Tuesday’s ballot and the Amendment 1 dealt with the rate of income tax. Georgia voters were asked whether the rate should be capped. By a ratio of nearly 3:1, the state’s voters gave a resounding yes to limiting the […]

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A Few Pastors Preach Partisan Politics, but IRS Stays Silent

Written by Gary North on November 4, 2014

Usually, pastors avoid political issues that do not directly affect churches. They do not want to split their churches. They want those tithes and offerings. The churches are in debt, and cash flow is a consideration. Besides, they know that Americans don’t like to be told what to do in church directly. They want only […]

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Hungarians Take to the Streets to Oppose Internet Tax

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2014

The centralizing, high-tax government of Hungary has backed down in its attempt to tax the Internet. It has a majority in Parliament, but the Prime Minister has called off the tax. This indicates that self-interest still rules in Hungary. People do not want the state to interfere with their access to the Internet. They perceive […]

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States With Low Business Taxes

Written by Gary North on October 28, 2014

Each year, the Tax Foundation rates states in terms of business taxes and personal taxes. If you want to start a business, where should you live? If you want to buy real estate as an investment, where should you live? If you want to live where your kids have a better shot at getting a […]

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Swiss Bank Secrecy Is Dead, as I Warned (in 1976)

Written by Gary North on October 27, 2014

In 1976, when I was on Ron Paul’s staff, I read about a move by Swiss banks to begin to surrender to the U.S. government on bank secrecy. I wrote an issue of Remnant Review on this. I warned readers not to trust Swiss banks for secrecy. The surrender has come in steps. Now it […]

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Houston Subpoenas High-Profile Pastors: Sermon Monitoring

Written by Robert Murphy on October 17, 2014

I saw several people denouncing this on social media, and I assumed they were exaggerating. But no, the city of Houston has been subpoenaing local pastors for written copies of their sermons. As the Houston Chronicle explains: Houston’s embattled equal rights ordinance took another legal turn this week when it surfaced that city attorneys, in […]

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Will the IRS Monitor Sermons?

Written by Gary North on August 18, 2014

This report appeared on the WND site. Imagine uttering the words “pro-life” in your church and finding yourself targeted by an investigation from the feared and reviled Internal Revenue Service. An expert on the First Amendment conflict between pastors and the federal agency, which says it is investigating speech delivered from pulpits, confirms that’s possible. […]

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