There's cheating, and there's cheating. Personally, I do pay all that the IRS requires. But if there is cheating to be done, ingenious govts are at least as guilty of it as taxpayers. How many ways are taxpayers cheated out of the bread they have earned? The list of ways to tax is very long. In my state, it is written in the codebook that if someone buys something while traveling out of state, they owe my state sales taxes on it. Who even keeps track of such? I wonder how many allow themselves to be cheated like that? If you help a thief steal, does that make you a good Christian? Oh but they don't call it a sales tax in that case, but a "use tax." You pay a tax for using something you bought somewhere else. Who are the criminals in these types of cases?
How can you get all the advantage of fake news if you don't have internet accessâť—đź‘Ť
Business Insider wrote: .... Thomas Hughes, Executive Director of civil liberties group Article 19 said of the U.N. resolution: "The resolution is a much-needed response to increased pressure on freedom of expression online in all parts of the world."
He further added: "From impunity for the killings of bloggers to laws criminalizing legitimate dissent on social media, basic human rights principles are being disregarded to impose greater controls over the information we see and share online."...
--"UN thinks internet access is a human right"
Remember, Trump says most of his announcements over Twitter.
Christopher, who told you that picking up aluminum cans and selling them to a recycling firm made you a â€śbusiness owner?â€ť Next youâ€™ll be referring to your shopping cart as your â€śfleet.â€ť Where do these mad fantasies end?
â€śRoe v. Wade established a womanâ€™s constitutional right to safe and legal abortion and has been the law of the land for over 46 years,â€ť Warren wrote in a Medium.com post. â€śCongress,â€ť she declared, â€śshould act to ensure that the will of the people remains the law of the land.â€ť
How do such ignorant people get to run for president? There is no constitutional right to an abortion. If there were it would be written in it. The Supreme court invented the right out of its imagination. Just as more recently, it invented a constitutional right to homosexual marriage. It does not exist. The "will of the people" to which Fauxahontas refers has been thwarted in both decisions, and that by unconstitutional decision making.
Amendment 10: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people."
Clear enough? Put that in your peace pipe, Warren.