A New Equal Rights Amendment for Taxation

afr_homeThe founding principle of America is that all citizens possess “equal rights under the law.” Our whole concept of rights is based upon their being equal for everyone. This was the guiding star of justice that spawned America and which sustained her through the first 125 years of her existence. In 1913, however, there took place a most shameful default on this concept of “equal rights” with adoption of the 16th Amendment, which allowed Congress to enact an income tax with unequal (i.e., progressive) rates. This travesty must be challenged, and the way to do it is with a “New Equal Rights Amendment” to the Constitution. AFR is launching the 28th Amendment that will, once and for all, end tax tyranny and the runaway freight train of government growth in America. To read more about this exciting cause, CLICK HERE


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Ending the Income Tax and the IRS

Nelson Hultberg

 
Imagine for a moment America without an income tax. No more tedious record keeping of all our expenses. No more April 15th deadlines. No more insufferable complexity and exasperating forms. It would no longer be government’s business how much money we earn and what we do with it. Such a reform would dramatically change the lives of every one of us for the better. Could such a spectacular reform actually be brought about? Yes, it certainly can. AFR’s New Equal Rights Amendment for taxes is the first step…read more


Patrick J. Buchanan Who Gave Us Justice Ginsburg?
Patrick J. Buchanan  /  7.14.2016
Congress, which has the power to shackle…Ginsburg and restrict the court’s jurisdiction, has lacked the courage to do so. This is the problem, not Ginsburg. She does what leftist ideologues do. The problem is elsewhere. Pogo said it best, “We have met the enemy – and he is us”….read more
Judge Napolitano Hillary Clinton and Personal Honesty
Judge Andrew Napolitano  /  7.14.2016
William Safire referred to [Hillary] Clinton by a moniker that enraged her husband. He became so…furious with Safire that he publicly threatened to punch Safire in the nose. Safire called Hillary Clinton a congenital liar. He was right. That was 20 years ago. Some people never change….read more
Helicopter Money – Biggest Fed Power Grab Yet
David Stockman / 7.09.2016
“Helicopter money” isn’t some kind of new wrinkle in monetary policy, at all. It’s an old as the hills rationalization for monetization of the public debt – that is, purchase of government bonds with central bank credit conjured from thin air. It’s the ultimate in “something for nothing” economics….read more
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Fool’s Errand: Four More Years of War in Afghanistan
Ron Paul / 7.11.2016
The longest war in US history just got…longer. As NATO wrapped up its 2016 Warsaw Summit, the organization agreed to continue funding Afghan security forces through the year 2020. Of course with all that funding comes US and NATO troops, and thousands of contractors, trainers, and more….read more
Victor Davis Hanson America: Fundamentally Transformed
Victor Davis Hanson / 7.12.2016
Multicultural societies – from 19th-century Austria-Hungary to contemporary Iraq, Lebanon, the former Yugoslavia, and Rwanda – have a poor record of keeping the peace between competing tribes. They usually end up mired in nihilistic and endemic violence….read more
Michelle Malkin Congressional Black Corruption
Michelle Malkin  /  7.13.2016
Instead of moaning about “#WhitePrivilege,” I invite radical racial identity warriors to join me in taking on the black political elites selling out their people. Help expose the most crooked members of the caucus of Congressional Black Corruption….read more
Phyllis Schlafly Trump Battles Globalist Republicans
Phyllis Schlafly  /  7.13.2016
“We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism,” Trump promised in his April 27 foreign policy speech in Washington. That sentiment is anathema to the globalists who provide much of the money for Republican candidates”….read more
Greg Hunter More Islamic Terror in France
Greg Hunter / 7.15.2016
France has been hit once again by Islamic terror – this time in Nice. The French Riviera town was struck during Bastille Day celebrations by a terrorist who used a truck to mow down dozens of people. French media says ISIS is claiming responsibility for the heinous crime….read more
Walter E. Williams Challenges For Black People
Walter E. Williams  /  7.13.2016
Heather MacDonald…points out some devastating…statistics: “Blacks were charged with 62 percent of all robberies, 57 percent of all murders, and 45 percent of all assaults in the 75 largest U.S. counties in 2009, while constituting roughly 15 percent of the population in those counties….read more
Cal Thomas A Replay of Thatcher and Reagan?
Cal Thomas / 7.14.2016
Is Britain’s new prime minister, Theresa May, Margaret Thatcher reincarnated? There are similarities. May is certainly as tough as the Iron Lady. As home secretary for longer than any of her predecessors, she has strongly opposed uncontrolled immigration….read more
R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr Race to the Finish
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. / 7.13.2016
Through the years [the] American melting pot has been increasingly difficult to maintain, because various leaders – political leaders, education leaders, social leaders, and simple charlatans – were energetically manufacturing ever more sociological differences to mix into the pot….read more
Joseph Farah Prediction: Trump Will Win – Big
Joseph Farah   /  7.14.2016
I can’t believe I am still hearing people say, “Trump can’t win.” Were these pundits born yesterday? Do they have any historical memory? Have they examined what polls showed in some of the most significant elections in American history at this point in the race?….read more
Jerome Corsi 28 Pages on 9/11 that GOP Doesn’t Want You to See
Jerome Corsi  /  7.12.2016
In an apparent move to preserve the reputation of…George W. Bush regarding the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the decision to go to war against Iraq, the [GOP] platform committee voted down a plank…to call for the declassification of 28 pages…about Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 hijackers….read more
 

 

What We Need in Dallas from Obama
Mark Davis / 7.11.2016
What we need from America’s first president of color are calls for restraint…The Black Lives Matter war on police is not merely waged by blacks; it is taken up by haters of all colors who have adopted vile biases against the officers who walk into harm’s way every day to protect them….read more
David Limbaugh Obama, Clinton Widen Racial Divide
David Limbaugh / 7.15.2016
Hillary Clinton in Springfield, Ill. – where Abraham Lincoln warned against “a house divided” – told America that Donald Trump is not fit to lead in times of racial tension. This is rich, considering that she served under the most racially divisive president in American history….read more