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Sovereign citizens getting put on lists.
Opposing taxation, supporting the gold-standard, and opposing regulations makes you an "extremist" according to the FBI.
"The extremists may refuse to pay taxes, defy government environmental regulations and believe the United States went bankrupt by going off the gold standard."
"Sovereign members often express particular outrage at tax collection, putting Internal Revenue Service employees at risk."Read more »
Presidential candidate Ron Paul slammed taxes on tips in an op-ed for the Las Vegas Sun Tuesday. Congressman Paul’s op-ed against taxes on tips is likely to win the hearts and minds of younger voters, many of whom may be waiters or waitresses at restaurants or bars across the nation.
link to the op-ed:http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/jan/31/ron-paul-end-tax-tips-nevada/
Fines for the orange-tipped, obvious fakes are forcing him to close for good.Read more »
County jail to charge inmates ... Could "earn the county more than $265,000 per year. "Read more »
A lot of city property owners are outraged over their reassessments, but one man says his beats them all.
The value of his 18-by-10-foot parking space on Mt. Washington jumped from $5,000 to more than $287,000.
That’s even more than his condo.Read more »
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$2.50 a pack compared to $10 a pack in NYC!
Environmental Leaders, Solar Execs Press Obama To Fight For Key Tax Break
Solar developers and environmentalists have had a wary relationship at times as disputes have arisen over the impact of big green power plant projects on wildlife and fragile landscapes. But on Wednesday, the U.S.’s major environmental groups joined solar power companies to press President Obama to support the extension of a key subsidy for renewable energy set to expire a year’s end.Read more »
Judge rules differently on the exact same facts. From the Daytona Beach New Journal.Read more »
It's the law in D.C. - recycle or face a fine from the Department of Public Works. Dupont Circle resident Patricia White says she has been fined eight times for throwing homemade cat litter in her trash. The fines total $2,000. According to White, the inspector admitted to digging through trash looking for violations.Read more »
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