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Posts Tagged ‘Taxation

Big, Bad Taxes

October 9, 2010

Sometimes when I get Up To Here with all the blah-blah about taxes, I drive down to Newport, RI–the mecca for all who dream of a world devoid of taxation. It is there and among yesteryear’s houses of the poor smothered rich that I can smell, as well as understand, why some people today wish […]

The Power that Dares Not Speak Its Name

April 23, 2010

The past week called to mind the anniversary in 1912 when the world’s greatest metaphor hit an iceberg–and our ax deadline. The latter refers to the power that dares not speak its name: that of government  to levy and collect such duty. That of course was before modern so-called conservatism, lacking coherent ideas by which […]