Category: taxation

What Is Caesar’s And What Is Mine?

     Pro-freedom journalist John Stossel has a plaintive piece up today about that special feature of this time of year. After all, it’s the season when a young man’s fancy turns to what his wife, fiancée, or Significant Other never stops thinking about: what’s in his wallet – and I don’t mean his Capital One …

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This Is The Era Of Graphics And Videos

     When Lysander Spooner wrote this:      The government does not, indeed, waylay a man in a lonely place, spring upon him from the road side, and, holding a pistol to his head, proceed to rifle his pockets. But the robbery is none the less a robbery on that account; and it is far more …

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     Your Curmudgeon has kept the myrmidons of the Internal Revenue Service at bay through the expedient of doing his tax returns in Norse runes and Roman numerals. (Yes, this is legal.) However, other approaches have always been of interest. The following suggestion is exceptionally striking, and potentially highly consequential:      If you’re ordered to …

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