Tag: taxes

Changing the Institution of Tax

Nobody likes to talk about taxes, but we should. What do we do if bias is rampant at the IRS and political targeting is a fact? The simple answer—tear down the institution. Well, what if we could replace it with something substantially better? Remember, the Declaration of Independence states, “That whenever any Form of Government […]

A Tyrannical Government – Really?

What are all these cries about tyrannical government? Why are others saying the government is NOT tyrannical? People seem confused. Do people even know what tyranny is? To understand this topic’s depths, we must break down the terms. By definition, tyranny is a cruel and oppressive government or rule (Merriam-Webster, Tyranny). “Oppressive” means very unpleasant […]

Globalism and the Scary Twist

The idea of globalism is similar to (and sometimes attached to) socialism but comes with a darker context and a scarier selling point. This article aims to simplify a few points so it is easier to understand. There will be parts that could be expanded upon, but I have chosen not to do this for […]

A U.S. labor Shortage? Here are 10 Problems With That.

Today I saw a series of news articles suggesting that, for the first time, there are more job openings than there are eligible workers to fill them. Let’s ignore the word “eligible” for a moment (I’ll come back to this) and focus on the fact that they said there was a labor shortage. They spoke […]