Blog/The Hunt for Taxes

Germany Secretly Passed Total Surveillance of Everything

Governments routinely pass laws that are expanding their powers to the detriment of personal rights that are buried deeply in legislation only a diehard will read. [...]

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Grenfell Protests – May Must Go

  The protests are rising and Theresa May failed to go talk to the people right away while Jeremy Corbyn was there on TV crying with the people. He had [...]

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France Police Hunting Tourists To Shake Them Down

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I had the wonderful experience of flying to France to see my son going to school there. Upon my arrival, I was immediately commandeered by [...]

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Merkel Wants G20 Global Taxation of Internet

Merkel is calling upon the G20 to regulate the internet. While she is pretending to be concerned about cyberattacks, which no regulator can prevent, you have to [...]

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Annual Growth Rates Have Dropped from 13% to 2% Since 1947 but Bill Gates Blames Robots?

Then we have workers being replaced by robots along with driverless cars. Here too, thanks to the elitists like Bill Gates, who suddenly wants to be an economist, [...]

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Environmentalists Want to Starve Humans to Save the Planet

Believe it or not, the new theory in government to protect the environment is to force companies to layoff workers. They want to put a toll on workers driving to [...]

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Illinois In Deep Financial Trouble

Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza was ordered to make a “substantial” dent in a $2 billion backlog of bills owed to Medicaid providers. The courts [...]

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Taxes & Disasters – Always Repeat

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You wrote that the 1906 San Francisco earthquake resulted in the Panic of 1907 and laid the foundation for creating the Federal Reserve. I [...]

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Beware the Muni Bond Bubble

  Municipal Bonds are in trouble in Europe as well as the United States. The local level cannot print money, nor are they ever capable of managing their [...]

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Fines – Civil Asset Forfeitures – Taxes

When I was a kid, most police were kind, respectful, and actually there to protect society. Sure, there was some towns that were just greedy. My father took a local [...]

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