The Federal Government Displays Corporate Greed

Corporate greed is when a corporation hunts down and takes massive amounts of revenue for itself and yet still wants more. The headline at Newser.com makes it sound as if someone is breaking the law and committing criminal tax evasion, when they are actually simply following the law so that they don’t have to pay excess taxes. Corporations should prefer to limit their expenses so that they can offer better goods and services at a better price. There is nothing wrong with that. Here is the Read more […]

Economic Patriotism or Blackmail? Considering Corporate Loyalty Oaths

In the Daily Beast, Jonathan Altar advocates a kind of economic patriotism that uses “loyalty oaths.” The oaths are to prevent them from “deserting” the country by becoming owned in another nation with a lower corporate tax rate. On top of all the wars and global messiness, 2014 will be remembered for the plague of “corporate inversion,” which the news media should start routinely calling “corporate desertion.” So far, 47 American-based companies have renounced U.S. citizenship and Read more […]

Will the IRS Monitor Sermons? They Promise Atheist Group to Do So

Why would the IRS monitor sermons? Let’s get real about the First Amendment and modern Pansex culture. The Bible teaches that marriage is between a man and woman and that there should be no sexual activity outside a marriage. Defining marriage as inclusive of two men, two women, a human and an animal,  and a parent and child are all perversions of the meaning of marriage according to the Bible. And the Bible definitely forbids any and all sex with someone other than one’s spouse. This is Read more […]

Why Not Make the U.S. a “Tax Haven” for Corporations? Or for Everyone?!

We Americans like to flatter ourselves that we have the lowest taxes in the Western “Democracies.” That’s because we look at individual tax rates. When it comes to corporations, our tax rates are not low at all. There are many countries that leave businesses alone to make a profit. They collect their tax revenue, after wealth has been produced, by taxing incomes. In fact, there are countries with such lower rates that U.S. companies are being acquired more and more by foreign companies so Read more […]