Added by Jamie Wheeler WA on April 22, 2010 at 1:49am — No Comments
A three to four percent unemployment rate is considered full employment because people are moving between jobs, finishing one and moving to another. How are government employees enjoying a three to four percent full employment as shown at the link below at a time when private sector workers are losing homes and sacrificing, cutting back and their family's are doing without?…Continue
Added by Harold Pack on April 21, 2010 at 6:51pm — No Comments
As many of you have heard, we have decided to end our Congressional campaign. Tim, Not Tammy will missing the Tim part.
There is not a great news story here; no juicy sex scandal, no heroic fight against a deadly disease, no backroom deal brokered by secret world government billionaire bankers.
We are ending the race…
We have got to get Fair Tax supporters ACTIVELY pressuring candidates to go on record with what type of tax reform THEY support. It will not do us any good to fill the Congress with the 'other' party that wants to hold the power in DC. We need pro-active directors and coordinators paying attention to debate, townhall, meet and greet, and fundraising dinner schedules of these candidates and organizing a presence at these events wherein we can continue to press them on the issue of tax…Continue
Added by Marilyn Rickert on April 12, 2010 at 2:15pm — No Comments
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Tax Day is rapidly approaching. As Americans prepare to give an unfair and growing amount of their paychecks to the Federal Government, our mission is clearer now more than ever:
Folks, it is time we put the IRS out of business.
Together we can accomplish this goal if we work hard to elect a record number of candidates to Congress this November who support the Fair Tax or who are willing to learn more about it.
But before I…Continue
Added by Laura McCue on April 9, 2010 at 10:31pm — No Comments
How the FairTax pertains to rental property.
The consumption of residential housing services is taxable. In renter-occupied housing the tax is collected on a monthly basis and in owner-occupied housing, the tax is collected up front when the home is purchased for the first time.
The landlord is a seller of housing services. He/she must register with the state sales tax collection agency and file sales tax reports (probably quarterly for a person who owns…
Added by Tim Nerenz on April 4, 2010 at 7:37pm — No Comments
Yes, the press and politicians will probably refer to a VAT (Value-Added Tax) as a national sales tax, so it is important for FairTax supporters to understand the differences between the two so that we can answer questions from the public.
Actually, they have much in common, but the differences are critical.
Added by John Gaver on April 1, 2010 at 6:14pm — No Comments
of ALL CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES who have not endorsed the FairTax!! Thank the ones who have!!
Find out who those candidates are at:
It is TIME to get on the OFFENSIVE!
Give a voice to the FairTax "NOW"....congressional candidates here we come!!! Are you…Continue
Added by Jamie Wheeler WA on April 1, 2010 at 3:34pm — No Comments