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Indiana FairTaxIndiana.net

Website: http://FairTaxIndiana.net
Location: Indiana
Members: 348
Latest Activity: Jul 17

Indiana State FairTax Leadership

Marilyn Rickert Regional Director
Oak Forest, IL (IL-01)
Phone: (708) 687-9412
Email: fairtaxnow@aol.com


Danny Higgins, IN State Director
Peru, IN (IN- )
Phone: 765-346-5029
Email: FairtaxIndiana@yahoo.com


Diana Higgins, IN State Co Director
Peru, IN (IN- )
Phone: 765-438-9280
Email: dianalhiggins@yahoo.com


Luke Kenworthy, Asst, IN State Director
Greentown, IN (IN- )
Phone: 765-461-9225
Email: LKenwort@umail.iu.edu


Sean Shepard, Asst, IN State Director
Indianapolis, IN (IN-07)
Phone: 317-513-2406
Email: sshepard94@gmail.com


Sean O'neil, Asst, IN State Director
Indianapolis, IN (IN-07)
Phone: 317-636-7494
Email: soneil@indylsg.com


Dave Patterson, Asst, IN State Director
New Albany, IN(IN-09)
Phone: 812-944-2984
Email: davepatterson@insightbb.com


Ron Heilman, National FairTax Speakers Bureau
Phone: 260-432-7999
Outside of IN: 800-544-8120
Fax: 260-432-3277
Email: ronheilman@scici.net
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Comment by Larry Walters on July 17, 2014 at 9:16pm

WHAT:  “Understanding the FairTax® Webinar for July 2014 and SPECIAL TOPIC:  How You Can Help (to pass the FairTax®)”.

Our pressure as voters must be exerted on every House & Senate member, especially House Ways and Means Committee members.

WHEN: Thursday July 24, 2014

TIME:  8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, 6 p.m. Mountain, and 5 p.m. Pacific

WHERE:  Anywhere your Personal Computer has internet access

This is a LIVE EVENT.  You can ask questions phone/microphone or typed message and all questions will be answered.

Bring more participants to this months and every month’s webinar. Grassroots is the process of spreading the message (grass) to others. Maybe it would be better if we were a “weed” roots organization. Weeds grow faster than grass.

Join District Director & tonight’s Hostess, Barb Rudelic who will present Understanding the FairTax and our Special Topic.

In our sixth year now, Marc Manieri will return next month to resume producing and hosting our webinars.

Our webinars are vital to educating honest tax payers.  We help build the knowledge base of those on the front lines as well as those wanting to know what the FairTax® is about. 

NOTICE:  To participate it is necessary to pre-register at this web link:


https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/488110062


Watch for a confirmation email with instructions for logging on
.

When you log on you may be asked to download GoToWebinar software or it will download automatically which will allow you to join us.  For additional information contact Larry Walters at repeal_16@earthlink.net.

Comment by Daniel Dyer on January 20, 2013 at 3:31pm

What if the only tax you pay the federal government

is one you don’t have to calculate or report?

Only the FairTax:

  • treats everyone the same
  • let’s you keep your entire paycheck
  • pays you your taxes if you’re poor
  • doesn’t know whether you’re poor or rich
  • eliminates the IRS and 72,000 pages of tax code
  • costs the government less than 1% to collect
  • brings jobs back to the U.S.

Find out more here.

Comment by Marilyn Rickert on June 2, 2011 at 11:25pm

Thanks to all the IN volunteers who are doing such great work in educating everyone about the FairTax. We are making more progress everyday!

Comment by Mary Oberle Hubley on June 2, 2011 at 3:48am

I noticed that last night Cavuto was interviewing Neil Boortz about the Fair Tax on Fox Business News. A lengthy interview, but disappointing because Cavuto's final comment before closing the segment was something to the effect that it was a good idea, but doesn't have a chance in getting enacted.

Maybe not yet, because most people are so far too uninformed about the economic chaos handed to us by decades of financial mismanagement on the part of the Feds, Wall Street, Congress, and successive presidential administrations. What's the answer?

We all have to learn more about the Fair Tax so we can spread the word. A great opportunity to do just that will be on Monday, June 6, when Ron Heilman and Adrian Messer will speak on the Fair Tax at the Quayle Museum near downtown Huntington at the corner of Warren and Tipton Streets.

The meeting will take place between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Bring your questions, and bring a friend!   

Comment by Mary Oberle Hubley on May 11, 2011 at 5:17am

Date for the Fair Tax informational meeting in Huntington:

 

Monday, June 6, 2011

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Place: Dan Quayle Vice-Presidential Museum at the corner

of Warren and Tipton Streets near downtown Huntington.

Speakers: Ron Heilman and Adrian Messer

Contact: Mary Oberle Hubley


Please help to spread the word about this meeting!

Comment by Mary Oberle Hubley on April 16, 2011 at 3:02pm

It's past due time to host another Fair Tax meeting at the distinguished Quayle Vice-Presidential Museum in Huntington.

I talked to Ron Heilman yesterday, and also had heard recently from Adrian Messer. Both indicated enthusiasm for organizing another Fair Tax seminar. Meantime, I'll be contacting Dave Armstrong, Luke Kenworthy, and Danny and Diana Higgins to ask for their involvement and support. 

The date and time is not as yet confirmed, but should be finalized within the next couple weeks.

Meantime, all you Fair Taxers out there, start spreading the word about the coming informational meeting/seminar in Huntington. And watch your newspapers for additional information, too. Haven't we all had ENOUGH?!!!

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Comment by Keith Reynolds on September 17, 2010 at 2:43am
Billie I am with you and your friends on getting your candidates that support the fairtax elected, and while I, (like you) would like congress not to spend our money on constitutionally illegitimate functions of government, the fairtax needs to remain nonpartisan.

The fairtax eliminates the problems created solely from the method of collection while for better or worse does not address issues of spending. Those issues are better left to other bills.
Comment by Billie on September 16, 2010 at 7:51pm
I think getting out to vote and taking a friend will help if we can find the candidates that will co-sponsor FAIRTAX or at least be conservative and quite spending our money.
Comment by Keith Reynolds on September 16, 2010 at 12:35pm
For many of us that don't have money to spare but would like to do something to help advance the fairtax, and get it passed, I suggest that we use our creative abilities and identify areas on the net to promote, educate and provide rebuttals when appropriate.

You may search out articles that allow comments.
articles on: economy, jobs, taxes, ect

With a lot of grass roots work, maybe with in the next few years we can get the fairtax out of the house ways and means committee, to the house floor, passed and signed into law.
 

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