Tagged: IRS

Utopianism Run Amuck

Listening to my favorite political news channel and the host there just endorsed the immigration law, and he said “when are we going to see the law”! This is the way things are now, that’s not analysis, that’s not substantive. Endorsing a law before you even read it, before it’s in final form is like buying a pair of shoes without trying them on, no one in their right mind would do that. There are a number of things it this bill that are absolutely outrageous, including setting up a bunch of democrat get out the vote organizations so called (Immigrant Advocacy Groups), thru which enormous sums of money is going to be funneled, in ordered to “Implement this bill”. Continue reading


The Truth Will Have Its Day

By Charlie Daniels 6.1.13

Ever since Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, except for very brief pauses, government entitlements have been on the increase until they are now considered by many to be just what the name implies: an entitlement, a birthright, a lifelong stipend, a cradle-to-grave monthly check that increases every time another child is born.

About half of America is dependent on the government to one degree or another and delivers a solid voting block for the candidate who promises to deliver the most goodies.

Presidents who continually increase the public handout can do no wrong in the eyes of a majority of the recipients of their largess. And this attitude of invincibility spills over into the public support of everything and every decision that the president makes and gives him unprecedented latitude to blame everything on someone else, shirk responsibility, appoint incompetent, arrogant people to positions of great power and take political partisanship to a historical high. Continue reading

IRS Actually Fears Man Who Doesn’t File Taxes

By Jack Minor 6.1.13

Amid an unusual spotlight on IRS conduct, a Colorado businessman contends his case is one the government particularly wants to keep hidden, because it could cause the whole federal agency to self-destruct.

Jeff Maehr, a Colorado chiropractor who has engaged in a number of business ventures, including PureHealthSystems.com, admits he has refused to file federal income tax returns since 2002, but he says the IRS is afraid to press criminal charges against him.

“They don’t want this to go to court, because there is so much information there that would blow them out of the water if this became public knowledge,” Maehr claimed.

“They are scared to death to bring this in front of a jury and give it a public hearing,” he said. “Instead, they know the IRS goes through administrative processes and ignorant judges and courts who all play this little game.”

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Dark Times In America

By Paul Nail 6.1.13

15-year-old is adult; twenty-six is a child’ from the sacrament of the leftist religion, to their dependency culture. It gives a perfect example of the counter cultures moral values, and their disdain for human life.

The illustration of dark times in the history of America. An uninformed majority of people have lost their common sense of morality and value for freedom. It’s real Fast and Furious for a president to get caught allowing gun smuggling; into a neighboring country; aiding and abetting drug cartels, which led to thousands of murders, in order to facilitate a gun control campaign in his own country.

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