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Climate Emergency – The New Justification for New Taxes

Cities have begun using the term “climate emergency” to justify new taxation. This was the case in the Guelph City Council in Canada where they declared [...]

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The Next Major Shift in Society

QUESTION: Do you see this new age of the internet destroying jobs that result in a Great Depression as you have illustrated with the advancement of the combustion [...]

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Could Raising Taxes Save Government?

QUESTION: Hello Martin, the alarm that the US is headed towards a very bad debt crisis. During an interesting part of the segment, he was asked if the rich should [...]

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Austria Moves to Tax Online Companies

The EU has been unable to agree on taxing the internet. As a result, Austria went ahead and passed its own digital tax this week on revenues earned by online [...]

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Illinois Confiscating and Selling Cars if you Owe Tickets

Believe it or not, Illinois confiscated and sold 50,000 cars because people had tickets that they could not pay. They still have to pay the banks on their car [...]

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Has 95 become the New 65 for Retirement?

One of the more interesting downsides of the collapse in socialism is the impact upon the elderly. The data now shows that since the 2007-2009 recession, about [...]

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The IRS Can Deny You A Passport?

  QUESTION: You said that if you owe taxes the government can deny you a passport? I never heard that one. ANSWER: Oh yes. This has been in place for several [...]

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Cloning License Plates to Avoid Traffic Fines

If there is a possible scam, someone will always figure it out. In Australia, they hunt money with unbelievable audacity and hand out tickets to motorists for [...]

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Illinois to Assault the Entire Internet – They May End Up With Businesses Refusing to Deal With People in Illinois

The Supreme Court’s decision to allow every state to tax the internet is complete insanity. Sources in Illinois are warning that the state is bankrupt and it [...]

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How a Prosecutor’s Case Collapsed in New York City and Exposed Government Corruption in the Process

One of the more fascinating examples of how the government prosecutors are looking for high profile cases to further personal careers rather than actually policing [...]

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