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It’s easy to argue that raising taxes is not a viable way of increasing federal government revenues in the long-term, because it tends to reduce prosperity in the areas being taxed and provides incentive for people to avoid the new or … Continue reading
Feel like taxing the rich? Read today’s post by Iowahawk. Kinda puts it into perspective.