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Ron Paul Classic: Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses

 
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Ron Paul Classic: Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses

The folks who labeled supporters of the Internet Sales Tax Mandate “champions of Main Street” could benefit from Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s 2013 column explaining how the Internet Sales Tax will harm small business and stop entrepreneurs from creating the next generation of Amazons and Overstock.com. Dr. Paul is particularly interested in this […]


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Are heroes of Main Street foes of taxpayers?

Last week, the National Retail Federation, one of the business organizations working to pass the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate, released their list of “Heroes of Main Street.” Conspicuously absent from that list where any of the Senators or Representatives who oppose burdening Internet commerce with new taxes and regulations. This is even though Internet […]


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Internet Sales Tax Supported by Amazon Hurts Amazon Sales

According to a new study at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University found that Amazon’s sales decreased in states after they implemented an internet sales tax. Via The Daily Caller: Households in the states that have the tax reduced their overall spending on Amazon by about 10 percent compared to those in states […]


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GOP leadership offers phony cuts and real abuse of power

Today, the House considered legislation providing a one-year delay in a scheduled reduction in Medicare payments for physicians. This is the latest in delays in the reductions Congress has passed ever since 1997 when Congress changed the formula for Medicare reimbursements. The reductions, passed in 1997, were scheduled to go into effect in the early […]


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Internet Sales Tax: Bad for Business

“The Internet sales tax will help Main Street businesses.” At least that’s what those in favor of the National Internet Tax Mandate would have you believe. If passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law, this bill will require businesses to comply with out-of-state sales tax codes – over 9,600 codes nationwide. Yet […]


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