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Privacy: Yet another reason to Oppose the Internet Sales Tax

 
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Privacy: Yet another reason to Oppose the Internet Sales Tax

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 privacy? Under the Internet Tax Mandate, all your online purchases would be stored for audit purposes. Even […]


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Could Internet Sales Taxes lead to another Boston Tea Party?

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 preparing an all-out effort to fight any efforts to ram the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate into […]


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Cruz: Keep the Internet Tax Free

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 politicians are holding a bill permanently extending the moratorium on internet taxes hostage in order to […]


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Bipartisan Group of Senators to Harry Reid: Don’t Tax the Internet!

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 Leader Mitch McConnell urging them to oppose attempts to attach the National Internet Sales Tax to the Internet […]


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Will the Senate tax your internet?


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