Ending “Progressive Tax Rates” in America
The 28th Amendment to the Constitution
12-Page Report

afr_homeThe key to ending the income tax lies in ending “progressive rates,” which will generate the necessary desire among the people to end the tax itself. This is the crucial first step that must be taken. The income tax cannot be abolished in one clean swoop as most libertarians advocate. This is the BIG MISTAKE that all tax reform organizations have been making for 50 years. The people must be motivated first to demand abolition. The great 19th century author, Victor Hugo, said “there is nothing more powerful in history than an idea whose time has come.” The time has definitely come to get rid of the income tax. Americans are fed up with it, and will be willing to abolish it, but only if shown how to do so and why. Our 28th Amendment plan does precisely that. To read more about this exciting cause, CLICK HERE

AFR Meetup Guide
An Equal Rights Amendment for Taxation

In the late 1780s, Americans made great use of meetup groups that met in the churches and taverns of their towns to talk about ratifying the proposed Constitution to unify the 13 colonies into a new nation. We need to do the same thing again today, this time to restore the fundamental principle of America – equal rights under the law – to our tax system.

This promotional guide has been designed to assist you in your efforts. By combining its knowledge with your actions, you can become highly effective in helping to get this vital 28th Amendment ratified and stop the runaway growth of our government today.

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Famous Patriots on Taxation and “Equal Rates”

If we are to resurect the principles of constitutional control over taxation [we must] beathe life back into…the UNIFORMITY clause. There should be…no more discrimination in taxation. No more “odious arbitrariness.” No more tax immunities for some or confiscatory rates for others. Whatever the rates, whatever the tax, it should be the same for all.

— Charles Adams, For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization

The tax code is a monstrosity and there’s only one thing to do with it. Scrap it, kill it, drive a stake through its heart, bury it and hope it never rises again to terrorize the American people.

— Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine and former candidate for President

I guess it’s like trying to put through the flat tax, which is probably my favorite one of all…. if we did pass it, all of a sudden, what do you have? You have the whole tax system run by a little old lady on a home computer, doing the work of all these thousands of bureaucrats and accountants. Passing that would be amazing, wouldn’t it?

— Clint Eastwood, American actor, filmmaker, musician, and political figure

The pillars of [political freedom] call for flat taxes, with revenues put to limited uses; strong property rights; and free markets.

— Richard Allen Epstein, American scholar, Professor emeritus, University of Chicago

A constitutional mandate requiring equality in taxation would be welcomed by the people, like a cleansing of the temple of money changers. Naturally, our legislators wouldn’t like this because they are the money changers of the modern world.

— Charles Adams, For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization

As president, I would promote a Fair and Flat Tax plan, known as the ‘EZ Tax.’ My tax plan would be the largest tax cut in American history, reforming individual, business, and worker taxes.

— Rand Paul, Physician and Junior Senator from Kentucky, Presidential candidate, 2016

It’s not rocket science. Hong Kong has 95% tax compliance, because its code is only 4 pages long with a 15% flat tax.

— Ziad Abdelnour, Financer, trader, author, President and CEO of Blackhawk Partners, Inc.

In 1994, Estonia became the first European country to adopt a flat tax, and its
26 percent flat tax dramatically energized what had been a faltering economy. Before adopting the flat tax, the Estonian economy was literally shrinking. In the eight years after 1994, Estonia experienced real economic growth – averaging 5.2 percent per year.

— Arthur Laffer, American economist, former member of Reagan’s Economic Policy Board

One thing is clear: The Founding Fathers never intended a nation where citizens would pay nearly half of everything they earn to the government.

— Ron Paul, American author, physician, Texas Representative and candidate for President

We need true tax reform to begin restoring for our children the American Dream that wealth is denied to no one, that each individual has the right to fly as high as his strength and ability will take him. But we can’t have such reform while our tax policy is engineered by people who view the tax as a means of achieving changes in our social structure.

— Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, 1981-1989, former Governor of California

The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.

— Will Rogers, Actor, American cowboy, humorist, and social commentator, 1879-1935

The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.

— Albert Einstein, theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, 1879-1955