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Comment by Larry Walters on July 17, 2014 at 9:14pm

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:


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 Dominick F. Sammarone on June 20, 2013 at 10:29pm

DISARM THE GOVERNMENT AND ABOLISH THE IRS... TODAY, WE BROKE 1000!!! WOO HOO!!! CHECK IT OUT... 200 away from first place for cosponsoring the HR25 FAIRTAX BILL! Do we have 200 members somewhere? https://www.cosponsor.gov/all

Citizen Cosponsor Project
Let Congress know what you support and why. It’s your government, make your voice heard. Be part of history!

Citizen Cosponsor Project
Let Congress know what you support and why. It’s your government, make your voice heard.

Comment by Daniel Dyer on January 20, 2013 at 3:56pm

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 Billie on February 5, 2012 at 1:44pm



Comment by Jim Bennett on February 5, 2012 at 1:40pm


Here's the link:



It's the fourth letter down.


Comment by Billie on February 5, 2012 at 1:26pm

I would like to copy Ken Fody's article and post it elsewhere. 

Comment by Jim Bennett on February 5, 2012 at 1:13pm

The following letter appeared in Today's Philadelphia Inquirer (eleventh largest average weekly circulation in the country) in reply to an article by Mark Zandi "It's time to address the Wealth Gap." Congratulations to our volunteer State Director, Ken Fody.

---------------------------- Ken wrote:

Tax policy discourages savings

 Mark Zandi's article "It's time to address the wealth gap" (Sunday) overlooked a key factor: federal tax policy, which has, for years, punished people for earning and saving and rewarded spending.

 Buy a new car and under the "Cash for Clunkers" program you could get a deduction. Buy energy-efficient improvements for your home, get a deduction. Buy a bigger house, get a bigger mortgage-interest deduction. Take out a home-equity loan to buy a 60-inch TV and get a deduction.

 On the other hand, if you earn more money you pay higher income taxes. If you save what is left, then the earnings are taxed.

 Essentially, the federal government has punished the accumulation of wealth and rewarded dissipation of wealth - policies that affect lower- and middle-income groups more than they do the wealthy.

 We need to replace the current, antiquated tax code with a tax policy that encourages and rewards savings and the accumulation of wealth for all income levels. The Fair Tax, a comprehensive tax-reform proposal, would do that and make the United States more competitive with other countries when it comes to attracting jobs and investments.

 Kenneth W. Fody, director, Pennsylvania Fair Tax Organization, Red Hill, kenfody@gmail.com

Comment by Jim Bennett on September 4, 2011 at 4:20pm
Pictured here are Ken Fody, left, State Director for Pennsynvania, and George Keil, District Director for the 15th District of Pennsylvania, going over briefing materials for Congressman Charlie Dent last week.Ken Fody and George Keil going over briefing materials
Comment by Jerry Corbin on April 20, 2011 at 12:50pm

I got my answers and I am happy with them. Go FairTax !


Comment by Jim Bennett on April 17, 2011 at 3:50pm


Please see if this helps. It was written to show how educations and training costs offset government tax payments on consumption, but it may give you the analysis you need to have.




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