• TAXING CORPORATIONS

    They should pay their fair share!
    CORPORATIONS GET AWAY WITH MORE PROFITS BECAUSE THEY DON’T PAY ENOUGH TAXES

    allan-WalMartIn reality the only real tax concern corporations face is, will the price of tax raise the cost of the product or service to the point consumers refuse to buy. Taxes cost the corporation NOTHING!!! The tax might be in a different accounting column but the juncture is at the bottom line. Taxes are just another line item in the cost determination of the corporations product or service. Maybe Corporations should list tax separately similar to ingredient labels on food. PRODUCT: Baseball Bat | Wood $3.00 Labor $6.00 Varnish/Label $2.50 TOTAL COST $11.50 | Corporate Tax $4.50 WHOLESALE Cost $16.00 and RETAIL $27.99

    In the real world CONSUMERS automatically pay any corporate tax because it’s built into the product price. So when you say make the corporations pay their fair tax share… You’re really saying, “I want to pay more taxes… Tax me more!” Maybe our country would be better off if WalMart were running the show. Even with government restrictions WalMart feeds, clothes, services and entertains the public better and more economically than the government ever could. No wonder government tries to keep WalMart our of their communities… They hate the competition.

  • Johnstown Reenactment

    Fort Johnstown, New York in the late 1700’s
    LOCAL REENACTMENT TEAM FROM HENRY COUNTY GEORGIA PRESENTS THE FORT JOHNSTOWN ENTANGLEMENT

     

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    The British Make Known Their Position.
    THERE WAS GUN CONTROL IN 1776
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    Patriots from Henry County Georgia gathered to celebrate the fourth of July weekend. Some watched others participated in the reenactment of the struggles settlers faced under the Colonial King. According to event promoter John Gilbert, “the event reminds us of the original intentions of our founders and how gun control in 1776 challenged the lifestyles of Johnstown’s citizens.”

    Fort Johnstown’s heyday was between 1772 and 1776. A fortified stone jail that was palisaded with blockhouses at the diagonal corners, serving as frontier jail and military prison during the American Revolution. From downtown Johnstown and Route 30A north, turn west onto East Main Street, a.k.a. Routes 29 and 67, north onto North William Street, or Route 29, and then a right on Hall Avenue.

  • Beer is Good for You?

    Some say yes, while others say no.
    CONFUSING ISN’T IT? WATCH THIS VIDEO AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF.

  • Agreements and Disclosures

    Adam and Eve never read the Apple Agreement.
    HAD THEY… THE WORLD WOULD BE A DIFFERENT PLACE.

    UnderageGirl-DSC_0122This is what happens when Attorney’s create policy. Our legal system has a flawed foundation based upon discrediting witnesses who have damaging testimony even when they are credible; redefining words to produce a particular outcome, (that’s why Black’s Law Dictionary was established); and legal loopholes for those known by video or a large crowd of witnesses to be guilty. Another flaw is plea bargaining, it’s the lazy division of police work, because it’s easier to offer one criminal a break for testifying against the counterpart. Law breakers know this, so the criminals trip over one another to cut a get out of jail deal.

    Thomas Jefferson knew this when he suggested, it would be better that  a 100 guilty men go free than one innocent man be found guilty. But that was when armed men where free men, and horse thief’s were hung on the spot.

  • Obama Care Transparency

    Are we that stupid?
    ObamaCare architect brags about lack of transparency in law.

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  • Graduated Expenditure Tax

    No Income Tax
    WE PROPOSE A GRADUATED EXPENDITURE TAX BASED ON WHAT YOU EARN AND HOW YOU SPEND.

  • One Sentence Explains Obama Care

    Doctor Bellar nails ObamaCare
    THE ENDING IS PRICELESS… FILL IN THE BLANK