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John Tate Statement on Internet Tax Mandate Passing Senate

 
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John Tate Statement on Internet Tax Mandate Passing Senate

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement after Senate Passage of the Internet Tax Mandate: “When Campaign for Liberty began this fight, there were only two Senators who publicly opposed this job-destroying legislation, and some very powerful special interests lined up behind the bill. Even with Harry Reid’s efforts to fast-track […]


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John Tate Slams Internet Tax Mandate

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement concerning S.743, the “Marketplace Fairness Act”: “Proponents of the Internet Tax Mandate want us to believe this legislation is all about ‘fairness.’ But there is nothing fair about corporate lobbyists using the strong arm of government to put their smaller competitors out […]


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Ron Paul Statement on Internet Tax Mandate

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Today, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul released the following statement concerning S.743, the “Marketplace Fairness Act.” “Calling something the Marketplace Fairness Act doesn’t make it fair any more than the Affordable Care Act makes health care affordable or the Patriot Act makes us more patriotic. This legislation would undermine the original […]


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The Marketplace Fairness Act is Internet Revenge

By: David Heacock While many Americans are opposed to any new tax increases, slip them a proposal in the name of “fairness” and they’ll be quick to join your side. The so-called Marketplace Fairness Act is proving this to be the case, even in a time of economic sluggishness with a rising cost of living. […]


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GOP Turncoats Support Internet Sales Taxes

Friday’s vote on Senator Enzi’s (R-WY) so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act” was a gift for the liberty movement. Before Friday, it wasn’t clear where the Senate stood on what really ought to be called the National Internet Tax Mandate. Thanks to their vote, now we know… and it wasn’t pretty for Senate Republicans. Twenty-six Senate R’s […]


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