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July 2009 Blog Posts (25)

comparing Texas and California

I just posted this entry on my blog favoring the FairTax by contrasting California (who relies heavily on income taxes) with Texas (who has no state income taxes).

Added by Jim Huller on July 31, 2009 at 2:39pm — No Comments

GOOOH and FairTax will Get America Back

Geep the buzz going... check out www.goooh.com and see if you agree we have a winner here. FairTax and GOOOH Get Out of Our House and replace the reps with real people like you. Get on the ballot without having to raise a million dollars for your campaign. Look at this plan and see how we will get our country back.

Added by Miki Booth on July 31, 2009 at 11:40am — No Comments

The Fair Tax (my way of explaining it to friends)

The current infrastructure to our economy is too complex, outdated, and unfair to all of this great nations citizens. The main cause of this economic collapse (downfall is to mild a word) is the current structure and usage of taxes (the IRS) in this nation.The main function of our taxes is to fund the federal government, the last thing it should be used for is to extend the arm of the US Government into the personal lives and private sector businesses of its citizens. Our tax code is to complex… Continue

Added by Seth Riggio on July 31, 2009 at 11:35am — 2 Comments

Vote Neal Boortz into the National Radio Hall of Fame now!

Dear FairTax supporter,



Midnight on Friday is the deadline to vote Neal Boortz into the National Radio Hall of Fame. If you haven't already done so, would you take a moment now to make your voice heard for Neal, who's consistently raised his voice for the FairTax cause?



As I mentioned earlier, many of us first learned about the FairTax listening to nationally-syndicated talk show host Neal Boortz or by reading one of the best-selling books that he and Congressman John… Continue

Added by Laura McCue on July 30, 2009 at 4:11pm — No Comments

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Added by Jessica Wexler on July 23, 2009 at 1:04pm — No Comments

23% Tomato or 30% Tomato

Question: I did some math. We believe that there is an embedded cost of 22% in the cost of everything that we buy. That means that by enacting the fair tax a $100 item would cost around $78. A Sales tax rate of 23% of that 78$ would leave the final price at $95.94. Thats a $4.06 drop in price even with the fair tax. Am I wrong?



This is an example used to explain the 23% tomato or 30% tomato. I did the math and here is the controversy. If you divide 77 dollars by 23 you get a round… Continue

Added by Josh Gregg on July 22, 2009 at 12:47pm — 2 Comments

DECAF'S RANTS AND RAVES:

Debt = Servitude Why else would they pass such massive entitlement and debt laden programs to indebt our grandchildren and great children. It appears that generations in debt are generations in servitude.



Servitude = Slavery We will all be bound in the chains of economic slavery unless we return to the roots of our Founding Fathers.



I bought 100 postcards from the USPO...$30. They are cheaper than stamps and envelopes. Your message is read by postal workers, clerks, and… Continue

Added by Margaret Thibodeaux on July 21, 2009 at 10:14am — 1 Comment

Bele Chere Festival

Time: July 24, 2009 to July 26, 2009

Location: Downtown Asheville

Every year downtown Asheville hosts this event and our attendance has been as high as 350,000. People stroll the streets listening to music, eating, and stopping at the booths along the way. The FairTax will have a booth on north Lexington Avenue and the FairTax bike will be there. Please come by to volunteer with us and say hello. We'd love to see you! The 3 day festival hours are: Friday 12 noon -10 pm Saturday 10 am… Continue

Added by Laura McCue on July 20, 2009 at 6:30am — 1 Comment

New site and recording of a great show!

This is Jeffrey Locke and my co-host James Hodges and "Judge Wild" had a great show on Tuesday July 14th so go to www.ksfairtax.org and listen in. The FairtaxSizzleCall comes up automatically!

Also my good friend Kevin Jaynes has started up a www.SEKfairtax.info site for Southeast Kansas fairtax supporters who want to network together and push for the Fairtax. We have a plan to institute the Fairtax plan in our state of Kansas at a 5.76% sales tax rate. it's like the Fairtax plan in every… Continue

Added by Jeffrey Locke on July 17, 2009 at 10:43pm — No Comments

Prepare for the highest tax hike in American history!

In case anyone has not looked at the actual bill for Cap & Trade, here it is: http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?c111:4:./temp/~c111XhBjEG::





Now, you should know that Al Gore will make BILLIONS from this, so will GE and NBC and the UN! This is how deep the corruption of politics in our nation concerning our tax dollars go:… Continue

Added by Jane Haas on July 15, 2009 at 1:30am — 3 Comments

Embedded Taxes, this concept is key!

FairTax~ the concept of embedded taxes is very important to understanding the fairtax. This is where we lose lots of people, so let's see if a simple explanation can win them back.



It's very simple if a toaster costs $100 before the fairtax it will costs $100 after the fairtax is implemented. Currently their is a 22% embedded fed tax on everything you purchase. Consisting of taxes on materials, tax burden of employees that make the products and Corporate taxes paid out by the… Continue

Added by Joshua price on July 12, 2009 at 1:45pm — No Comments

FairTax, How it can Empower You?

FairTax is a revolutionary change in the relationship between government and its citizenry! Currently American citizens are represented by congress, but not before our amazing elected representatives take care of the K-Street lobbyists.



Lobbyists exists for one reason, to represent their companies or individual concerns and try and take advantage of available tax loopholes. In all honesty, who can blame companies for sending lobbyists to DC to try and protect as much of their capital… Continue

Added by Joshua price on July 12, 2009 at 12:50pm — No Comments

How Easy is it to Fix this Economy?

How easy is it to fix this economy? I would suggest that it's simple but the answer is not a freindly one in the eyes of the entrenched beaurocrats.



1st step, eliminate all Corp taxes. Understand businesses don't pay taxes, they are merely collectors for the state. A tax levied on a business will show up as a tax to the consumer in the form of higher priced goods. Elimination of these taxes would drive down the real costs of all purchased goods and services.



Eliminate all… Continue

Added by Joshua price on July 12, 2009 at 12:48pm — 1 Comment

Absurd Economics

Absurd Economics



Our basic fiscal policy is absurd and should be scrapped. Largely devised seventy to a hundred years ago, it is hopelessly antiquated and is ill suited to our present highly automated global environment. Most all of our taxes and often healthcare are embedded in the prices that must be charged for things produced by American firms and American labor. This hinders our ability to fund needed programs and makes us less competitive globally.



To have… Continue

Added by Ralph R. Layman Sr. on July 8, 2009 at 10:35pm — No Comments

Get Out Of Our House: Revolution!

FairTaxers! Finally there is a viable plan to get the FairTax done. “Texan” Tim Cox, M.B.A., has written a new book, “Get Out Of Our House: Revolution! A New Plan for Selecting Representatives”. The acronym for the book and organization is GOOOH pronounced, “GO!”. GOOOH is a plan to unseat all existing members of the U.S. House of Representatives and replace them with sponsored grassroots conservative candidates. I believe the plan can work. Please visit www.goooh.com now to see what it is all… Continue

Added by Laura McCue on July 8, 2009 at 9:16pm — 4 Comments

the Asheville Tea Party

That is really good news. People are starting to step up, finally.

Added by Larry Porter on July 8, 2009 at 7:31am — 1 Comment

The FairTax at The Asheville TEA Party

The FairTax had a great day at the TEA Party! We collected over $250 in donations for more supplies and just as many new signatures of support. I will be adding all these new names to our email list which brings us to 1000 people in WNC District 11 who support the FairTax! That should have some power with Heath Shuler who I will be inviting to sit down and talk with us again soon. Thank you so much to all those who chose to spend their July 4th afternoon volunteering to work for the… Continue

Added by Laura McCue on July 8, 2009 at 7:00am — No Comments

Enumerated Powers

Enumerated Powers



Article 1 Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution spells out the powers that were delegated to the Federal Government. These are known as the Enumerated Powers. The Tenth Amendment to the Bill of Rights reiterates this by retaining all powers not vested in the Federal Government to the States and the people respectively.



The first thing you need to decide for yourself is whether the representatives from the states that created and ratified the Constitution and… Continue

Added by Curtis R. Pack on July 8, 2009 at 1:00am — No Comments

Help Grow FairTax Twitter Networks

For those who tweet, there is a group on FTN that has info on others who tweet about the FairTax: http://www.fairtaxnation.com/group/twitter.



However, I have found a few Twitter profiles that are dedicated to the FairTax and update pretty regularly.



Please follow these users and retweet their tweets. Re-tweeting with #fairtax hash tags also helps to build to network.…



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Added by Deidre East on July 7, 2009 at 5:00pm — 11 Comments

Orlando Tea Parties

Orlando Tea Parties Posted by Economics9698 at 10:20 PM | http://fountainheadzero.com/ http://usa-wethepeople.com/ This past July 4th, 2009 Orlando had the privilege of hosting two taxed enough already parties. The first was at the Amway Arena better known as the home of the Orlando Magic basketball team. The second was at Orlando Festival Park. Some local conservative republican gave speeches from the steps of the Amway Center most notably Todd Long. The speeches from the Republicans are… Continue

Added by Mark and Aracelis Thompson on July 7, 2009 at 11:07am — 3 Comments

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