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It is shameful that avaricious federal, State and local tax commissars won in the US Senate, negating Constitutional protections. Freedom-loving House leaders must stop this tax collection burden on innovative small entrepreneurs. U.S. Senate OKs Internet sales tax bill By Bill Bartel & Julian Walker The Virginian-Pilot © May 7, 2013 The … Read More
This article points out how big taxers' proposal to force businesses to collect and remit taxes to over 9,000 separate taxing authorities in the US is a burden on small business owners. The taxers should Listen to creative entrepreneurs. Internet sales tax not so fair, say Peninsula e-commerce businesses April 30, 2013 By Nicole Paitsel Daily … Read More
This weekend, Susan and I saw the outstanding movie '42' about the hateful challenges the heroic Jackie Robinson faced as a MLB trailblazer with the Montreal Royals and Brooklyn Dodgers. It reminded me of passages I wrote in my book, 'What Washington Can Learn from the World of Sports': Washington could stand to learn a whole lot from the lessons … Read More
This is yet another good example of why this unfair, burdensome tax collection scheme would hurt a Virginia entrepreneur who has a small online business. Small business entrepreneurs should be encouraged, not hindered with collecting and remitting sales taxes to thousands of taxing authorities throughout the US. eBay: No Internet sales tax … Read More
By George Allen The Hill April 11, 2013 Ever since the Virginia Company was founded in Jamestown in 1607, America has been the land of opportunity for generations of immigrants, who often risked everything to strive for their American Dream. America must continue to be a magnet for the best minds in the world to come here for the freedom to … Read More
If federal government energy revenues are not used to reduce deficit spending and debt, then the revenues should be used for roads and transportation. This editorial offers a good perspective. National editorial: Obama keeps rolling the dice on green energy The Washington Examiner March 16, 2013 Like a desperate gambler who doubles down on a … Read More
Let's have a rational, affordable and job creating energy policy rather than follow California's mistakes. California in Crisis: Golden State's green jobs bust Conn Carroll, Senior Editorial Writer The Washington Examiner February 27, 2013 It was supposed to be the next big thing. California built decades of broad-based prosperity from the … Read More
A carbon tax would simply increase costs for everyone and lower our quality of life while imposing yet another government burden on jobs in America. China, India, Brazil and other competitors won't harm their citizens' opportunities. Economic Outcomes of a U.S. Carbon Tax The National Association of Manufacturers The National Association of … Read More
By George Allen The Daily Caller February 6, 2013 “Wouldn’t it be better for the human spirit and for the soul of this nation to encourage people to accept more responsibility to care for one another, rather than leaving those tasks to paid bureaucrats?” Ronald Reagan astutely posed this rhetorical question in 1982. Sadly, … Read More