By Tag "Internet Sales Tax"
There is a lot to be upset about in the new 1603 page "CRomnibus" released late last night, much of which we probably haven't even noticed yet. But Campaign for Liberty scored some important victories in specifically what was not included in [...]
C4L Vice President of Policy Norm Singleton spoke at a press conference last week against the Internet Sales Tax. C4L members should be on the lookout for attempts to pass the Internet Sales Tax in the lame duck session.
Not that you needed another reason to oppose the so-called "Marketplace Fairness Act" or the Internet Tax Mandate that would force small businesses to collect sales taxes on behalf of over 9,600 tax jurisdictions nationwide. But what about [...]
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke on the floor of the Senate today arguing why we should keep the Internet tax-free. At issue is the attempt to attach the National Internet Sales Tax to the Internet Access Tax Moratorium bill. Tax-and-spend [...]
It's not enough that politicians in Washington want you to pay taxes on everything you buy on the Internet. Your city and state are likely using your tax dollars to lobby politicians in Washington to raise your taxes! States and localities are [...]
Earlier today, Norm Singleton joined Congressmen Thomas Massie and Steve Daines, Senator Ted Cruz, and more at a press conference on Capitol Hill to speak out against the National Internet Tax Mandate. Make no mistake, the only reason the [...]
Courtesy of Thomas Carlson's wonderful blog "Analysis of the Marketplace Fairness Act by a Former Federal Agent" comes this essay comparing the battle over the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate to the Boston Tea Party. Campaign for Liberty is [...]
A bipartisan group of Senators, including Rand Paul (R-KY), Ted Cruz (R-TX), Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), John Tester (D-MT),Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), and Jeff Merkley (D-OR), have sent a letter to US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican [...]
SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, Campaign for Liberty again came out strongly against the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” which the Senate is considering attaching to the “Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act,” despite wide opposition [...]