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Was Mitt Romney right about the FairTax?

The claim made by Governor Romney, that the FairTax would lower the tax burden on the lowest and highest incomes while raising it on the middle-income wage earner (current tax code implied), is inconsistent with the preponderance of information that may be accessed from multiple sources comparing the FairTax with the current tax code.

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Posted in Article, Fact, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, HR-25

FairTax champion Herman Cain defends the FairTax

  ‘Nuff said.

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FairTax: In all Fairness!

What is fair about the FairTax? “One person’s idea of “fairness” is another person’s idea of class warfare. I say if everyone is treated equally under the FairTax law at the point of taxation, then that’s is strong evidence of

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RE: Six Reasons Why The FairTax Is A Really Bad Idea

The reason I’m posting this here is because, as you can see, my rebuttal to Alex Kauffman’s post “Six Reasons Why The FairTax Is A Really Bad Idea” is quite lengthy. The Blogger interface, although very easy to log in

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011, FairTax vs. flat tax, HR-25, Illegal Immigration, Income Tax, Prebate, Progressiveness, Tax Reform

FairTax AND an Income Tax? Not Possible!

Both the FairTax and an income tax?? Repeal the 16th amendment first?? Repeal of the 16th Amendment is an extremely big issue. Two of the largest self-proclaimed think tanks, The Heritage Foundation (THF) and CATO list that as one of

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Freeing Up the FairTax

Julie Borowski of FreedomWorks put out a nice little article titled “Flat Tax vs. Fair Tax” on July 06, 2011, but seems to have omitted (unintentionally, I’m assuming) some very pertinent facts about the FairTax. I will agree with Julie in

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Posted in Fact, FairTax, FairTax vs. flat tax, FreedomWorks, Prebate, Progressiveness, Tax Reform

No tax on used goods. The amount you pay to fund the government is totally visible.

FairTax FACT: No tax on used goods. The amount you pay to fund the government is totally visible. FairTaxFraud: This is just replacing one tax with another. It makes things things like used land, used acreage, used mansions, used yachts,

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Posted in Corporate Taxes, Fact, FairTaxFraud, FRAUD, Myth, Prebate

Reasoning Out the FairTax

Reason Magazine did far more emoting than reasoning in their recent (May, 2011)  article on the FairTax, Fair Tax Fouls.  Instead of using logic and analysis of the benefits or drawbacks of the FairTax compared to our current, antiquated system

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Americans Take Home Their Whole Paychecks.

1 of 24: This post is the first of a long series of (at least 24) posts that refute what FairTaxFraud wants you to think about the FairTax. We hope to get you the remaining 23 posts within the next

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Posted in Fact, FairTaxFraud, FRAUD, Myth
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