Taxidermy : The art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals with lifelike effect , Sounds like has been done to most Humans ,Stuffed with useless paper and hung up on thier own little plaque witha lifelike feel
The latest from Mr. Peak Crackers, enjoy –
Taxidermy : The art of preparing, . . . → Read More: “Tax”-idermy your Hide
In late Roman empire, the state used the following trick: bronze coins that the gov itself minted were not accepted at tax time — Roman IRS accepted only gold coins.
Fast forward to our days. Like Romans, we are already using 2 currencies—today, right now.
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Elizabeth Warren Classic
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Look at Canada:
Personal income tax, introduced under the Income War Tax Act of 1917, was conceived — like the other wartime taxes — as a temporary measure.
Temporary measure, my donkey.
(As a side note, it’s sad that they don’t mind showing this info on a publicly accessible page: it’s another proof that Canadians . . . → Read More: There Is Nothing More Permanent Than Temporary Measures
A few centuries ago, our Founding Fathers complained about a situation in which they were being taxed by the British Crown without having any say in the taxing decisions – this was the classic “Taxation without Representation” argument. The response from the Colonials was to overthrow the King and toss out his . . . → Read More: Representation Without Taxation? Is this right??