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Apr 08 08:04

Rothschild/Crown Finger Prints On Panama Papers

While the corporate media has used the information to attack political enemies of the Rothschild-led international banking cartel such as Russian President Vladimir Putin, deceased Libyan leader Mohamar Qaddafi (neither of whom are even mentioned in the Papers), Chinese President Xi Jinping and bankster-jailing Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur Davio Gunnlaugsson, the more interesting clientele have naturally flown below Pressitute radar.

These include Pakistan President Nawaz Sharif, Saudi King Salman, United Arab Emirates (UAE) & Abu Dhabi President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, former Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, and both acting and former prime ministers of Iraq, Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine, Jordan, Qatar – all of whom are puppets of the Rothschild-led City of London banksters.

The late father of British Prime Minister David Cameron was also listed.

Apr 08 08:01

Panama Papers: City of London Is 'Beating Heart' of Tax Empire

The beating heart of the tax avoidance practice and industry is the city of London, Mark Donne, director of the award-winning documentary “UK Gold,” told teleSUR in light of the recent Panama Papers scandal, emphasizing that the practice has cost the Global South trillions of dollars in plundered resources and wealth.

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Apr 08 07:40

Michael Rivero "Media Obsessed With Panama Papers But Never Take On Rothschild Central Bankers!"

Apr 08 07:37

Corruption PSYOPS

The so-called Panama Papers are sold to us as a vast leak chronicling the financial misdeeds of the rich and powerful. But is this really the case? Certainly we are given insight into the secretive world of offshore banking, but is it a complete and balanced story? One interpretation of the Panama Papers is the West targeting its enemies.

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Except that the leak has backfired against people like David Cameron, Hillary Clinton, Kofi Anan's son, etc.

Apr 08 05:01

Damage Extensive for Crippled U.S. Littoral Ship in Singapore

The USS Fort Worth, the third Littoral Combat Ship deployed by the U.S. Navy, suffered “extensive damage” during the botched maintenance procedure in January that’s left the crippled vessel sidelined in Singapore ever since, according to the service’s top weapons buyer.

A Navy team has been examining the vessel built by Lockheed Martin Corp. since the January 12 incident, when gears that propel the ship were damaged, Assistant Navy Secretary Sean Stackley said in Washington. An investigation is continuing into the failure that’s thought to have been caused by crew error rather than a design flaw.

Apr 07 19:22

One Day After The Panama Papers Were Leaked, IRS Headquarters Closes Then Catches Fire

By John Vibes

As we have been covering this week, the release of the Panama Papers has created a panic among world governments, by exposing some of their darkest secrets.

In the leak, 11.5 million documents were stolen from Mossack Fonseca and were leaked to Suddeutsche Zeitung, who then turned to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to examine the documents. In the time since, media organizations have been scrambling to sift through a large number of documents, in hopes of finding stories that they can spin to fit their narrative.

Apr 07 13:31

How many #PANAMAPAPERS can YOU handle? PART 6… DailyKOS 4-5-16… “Panama Papers – Hillary connection to Deutsche Bank”

Concerning the Panama Papers scandal, let’s start putting two and two together.

1. Hillary Clinton lobbied for the Panama-United States Trade Promotion Agreement, and WAS WARNED it would make money laundering and tax evasion easier for rich folks and bad guys. www.ibtimes.com/…

2. Deutsche Bank is up to its eyeballs in this shit. www.dw.com/…

3. After resigning as SoS, Hillary Clinton personally made $485,000 speaking to – don’t hold your breath, you know where I’m going with this – Deutsche Bank. theintercept.com/…

No nuance. It’s really simple. Hillary Clinton did Deutche Bank a big lucrative solid, and they returned the favor when it was legally permissible.

Apr 07 10:30

You Probably Spend More On Taxes Than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined

Are you familiar with Tax Freedom Day? No, it isn’t the day after April 15th. According to the Tax Foundation, it’s the day of the year when the average American has earned enough money to pay for all the income taxes they will accumulate throughout the rest of the year. In 2016, that day will fall on April 24th. Or put another way, if you work during all 52 weeks of the year, more than 16 weeks of your labor are going to the IRS.

According to the Tax Foundation’s annual report, Americans are going to spend a total of $5 trillion on federal, state, and local taxes this year, which amounts to about 31% of our nation’s income. That’s almost $1 trillion more than we spend on food, clothing, and housing put together.

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Apr 07 10:24

Rothschild humiliates Obama, reveals that “America is the biggest tax haven in the world”

In his speech yesterday, following the Treasury’s crack down on corporate tax inversions, Obama blamed “poorly designed” laws for allowing illicit money transfers worldwide.

Apr 07 08:36

Panama Tax Haven Scandal: The Bigger Picture

Unfortunately the leaker has made the dreadful mistake of turning to the western corporate media to publicise the results. In consequence the first major story, published today by the Guardian, is all about Vladimir Putin and a cellist on the fiddle. As it happens I believe the story and have no doubt Putin is bent.

But why focus on Russia? Russian wealth is only a tiny minority of the money hidden away with the aid of Mossack Fonseca. In fact, it soon becomes obvious that the selective reporting is going to stink.

Apr 07 08:05

‘Panama Papers’ Implicate Client of Clinton-Linked Lobbying Firm

The “Panama Papers” are being called “the Wikileaks of the mega-rich.” Corporate documents leaked from the law firm Mossack Fonseca show how world leaders have used offshore tax havens to hide their involvement in lucrative companies and business deals around the world.

Among those companies is the Russian Sberbank, whose U.S. investment banking branch recently enlisted the services of the Podesta Group. According to its lobbying registration form, the firm will work on banking, trade, and foreign relations issues.

One of the three lobbyists working on the account is Tony Podesta, a bundler for the Clinton campaign and the brother of campaign chairman John Podesta, who co-founded the firm.

Apr 07 07:52

China Censors the Panama Papers

The foolish man buried his treasure and then posted a sign, “This ground does not contain 300 taels of silver.” This Chinese proverb has become a shorthand for the way the guilty give themselves away, and it’s aptly illustrated by the Communist Party’s hasty efforts to censor news of the Panama Papers.

The cache of documents stolen from the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City doesn’t show (at least so far) that Chinese leaders or their relatives embezzled money or avoided tax. The authorities nonetheless issued instructions Monday to the official state media, social-media sites and search engines to remove the story.

Apr 07 07:34

Panama Papers Soros behind leaks

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Whatever Soros thought he was doing, this has backflashed on him.

Apr 07 07:10

David Cameron accused of 'completely undermining' Tory claims to be tough on tax dodgers

David Cameron was today accused of "completely undermining" the Government's claims to be tough on tax dodgers after the Prime Minister personally intervened to try to prevent EU transparency rules affecting offshore tax trusts.

The Prime Minister was forced to respond to the scandal after it emerged that he sent a letter to the European Council president Herman van Rompuy in 2013 arguing for trusts to be treated differently from companies in anti-money laundering rules.

Mr Cameron claimed that it was "clearly important we recognise the important differences between companies and trusts".

Apr 06 23:22

The Panama Papers Problem

Is anybody surprised that the PTB that create the tax laws know and take advantage of the loopholes they created

Apr 06 16:49

Flashback 2012: Tax avoidance scheme used by Jimmy Carr investigated by HMRC

A tax avoidance scheme alleged to be used by thousands of wealthy individuals, including the comedian Jimmy Carr, is under investigation by authorities.

HM Revenue and Customs told the Guardian that accounting firms using a scheme to create offshore loans and new contracts of employment for UK earners were being investigated and could be taken to court.

HMRC said the scheme, known as K2, was already under serious scrutiny by tax inspectors before a Times investigation on Tuesday (paywall) which alleged that comedian and presenter Carr was avoiding paying higher rates of tax by funnelling millions of his assets through a £168m Jersey-based scheme.

HMRC said it was currently investigating whether the scheme was technically legal.

Apr 06 13:31

Panama Tax Haven Leak: The Bigger Picture

Unfortunately the leaker has made the dreadful mistake of turning to the western corporate media to publicise the results. In consequence the first major story, published today by the Guardian, is all about Vladimir Putin and a cellist on the fiddle. As it happens I believe the story and have no doubt Putin is bent.

But why focus on Russia? Russian wealth is only a tiny minority of the money hidden away with the aid of Mossack Fonseca. In fact, it soon becomes obvious that the selective reporting is going to stink.

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Apr 06 10:41

TWO DAYS AFTER "PANAMA PAPERS" RELEASED, IRS HQ TO BE CLOSED ALL WEEK AFTER BASEMENT FIRE

IRS headquarters in Washington will remain closed for the rest of the week while repairs are made after a basement fire in the building.

Apr 06 10:28

U.S. emerging as tax haven alongside Switzerland, Caymans

The United States is emerging as a top tax haven alongside the likes of Switzerland, the Cayman Islands and Panama, those seeking reform of the international tax system say. And states such as Delaware, Nevada, South Dakota and Wyoming, in particular, are competing to provide foreigners with the secrecy they crave.

"There's a big neon sign saying the U.S. is open to tax cheats," says John Christensen, executive director of the Tax Justice Network.

Apr 06 09:30

Why are there so few Americans caught up in the Panama Papers leak? Because the U.S. has an 'onshore haven industry that is just as secretive' with people forming shell companies in Wyoming, Delaware and Nevada

More than 200,000 entries were included in the Panama Papers leak with politicians, celebrities and sports stars caught up in the scandal.

But so far only 211 people have been identified by authorities as having U.S. addresses.

Experts have now revealed the reason for the low number of people involved might be because shell companies are being formed under authorities' noses in Wyoming, Delaware or Nevada - meaning Americans do not need to go to Panama.

Apr 06 09:07

Dossier Panama: involved at least 28 German banks

At least 28 German banks in recent years used the services of law firm Mossack Fonseca which helped the rich tax evasion, reports the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, which has uncovered the "Dossier Panama" affair in cooperation with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Apr 06 08:39

Panama 'tax scam' lawyer is son of Nazi SS officer from dreaded Death's Head division who fled to South America then SPIED on Cuba for the CIA, brother reveals

The man behind a Panama 'tax scam' that guards the clandestine wealth of the global elite is the son of a Nazi SS officer from a unit known as the 'Death's Head division'.

Jürgen Mossack is at the heart of the biggest financial data leak in history, and has allegedly been helping world leaders, politicians and celebrities launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax from his base in Panama.

It has now been revealed that his father, Erhard Mossack, was a member of the Nazi fighting unit known as the 'Death's Head division', a dreaded force during the Second World War.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Funny how all those Israelis who always scream about the evil Nazis when they ask for more American tax money didn't hesitate to use a company founded by a Nazi to avoid paying their taxes.

Apr 06 08:08

Confusion in Iceland as PM says he did not resign

Iceland’s prime minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, has denied reports that he resigned over the Panama offshore scandal, saying in a press release that his party’s vice-chairman has taken the office for an “unspecified amount of time.”

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Get out those bananas and eggs again, Icelanders!

Apr 06 08:06

IRS Headquarters Building In Washington, D.C. To Remain Closed For Rest Of The Week Due To Fire

The headquarters of the Internal Revenue Service, near the Mall in Northwest Washington, will remain closed for the rest of the week after a fire there Monday forced evacuation of the building.

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Someone emailed me about taking up a collection for the IRS fire. I said I could donate a gallon of gas.

Apr 06 07:47

Shots Fired: Wikileaks Accuses Panama Papers' Leaker Of Being "Soros-Funded, Soft-Power Tax Dodge"

Question aside about who it is that gets to decide which "innocent private individuals" are to be left alone, Wikileaks clearly did not like being characterized as conducting "irresponsible" journalism - and to the contrary, many in the public arena have called for another massive, distributed effort to get to the bottom of a 2.4TB treasure trove of data which a handful of journalists will simply be unable to dig through - and moments ago, on Twitter, accused the ICIJ of being a "Washington DC based Ford, Soros funded soft-power tax-dodge" which "has a WikiLeaks problem."

Apr 06 07:39

Hillary Clinton Ties Emerge In Panama Papers

A billionaire and a Russia-controlled bank named in the Panama Papers have links to Hillary Clinton through two separate lobbying efforts — one through a Clinton-connected lobbying firm and another through Sidney Blumenthal.

Clinton is linked to Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, through Podesta Group, a lobbying firm co-founded by Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta and his brother, Tony Podesta, a major Clinton bundler.

Apr 06 06:42

Panama Papers: The truth about the Blairmore fund - by the man who exposed it

These facts are awkward for the Prime Minister: In the early 1980s his father Ian helped to establish an offshore fund, unabashedly named ‘Blairmore’ after the family’s ancestral family home in Aberdeenshire, which avoided ever having to pay tax in Britain.

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Apr 06 06:15

George Soros’ Anti-Kremlin Info Laundering Backfires on Clinton, Cameron

The Soros-funded framing of the document release aimed to smear Putin, but did more to expose the collusion of Hillary Clinton, David Cameron, and other Western scam artists.

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Apr 06 06:13

David Cameron left dangerously exposed by Panama Papers fallout

David Cameron was left dangerously exposed on Tuesday after repeatedly failing to provide a clear and full account about links to an offshore fund set up by his late father, as the storm over the Panama Papers gathered strength in both the UK and elsewhere around the world.

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Dear Brits.

Last time I visited the Tower of London, that large wood block was still there!


Apr 05 19:13

The Panama Papers Reveal The “Big Global Problem”

Op-Ed by John Galt

The largest data leak in history has people in a tizzy. Virtual lynch mobs are calling for the heads of all those who have appeared in various infographics documenting their supposedly-possibly-disturbing connections to suggested nefarious dealings … by associates, family members and childhood friends in many cases.

By extension, knowingly or not, these lynch mobs have quickly called on government to rein in anyone who might use a legal vehicle (for now) to protect their wealth.

I’d like to put aside the questions that have been legitimately raised about the geopolitical implications of who has been revealed, or questions about whether these alleged crimes are equal to what some of these individuals really could stand trial for, and focus instead on the reaction from the general public...

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Apr 05 15:20

Panama Papers Hack: 11 Million Documents Reveal Decades of Elite Money Laundering and Tax Dodging

What’s interesting is that all the people “outed” by this hack so far appear to be foes of the American government, such as Russian President Vladmir Putin, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak who was ousted after a U.S. regime change, former Libyan leader lynched during a U.S. regime change mission Muammar Gaddafi, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the current target of a U.S. regime change mission.

In fact, Russian diplomat Dmitry Peskov has openly accused the U.S. State Department and CIA as being behind this.

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Apr 05 14:50

Why use a shell corporation?

Apr 05 14:17

While Clinton Backed 2011 Trade Deal, Sanders Foresaw Panama Papers Fiasco

'Panama is a world leader when it comes to allowing wealthy Americans and large corporations to evade US taxes,' Sanders told Congress in 2011.

Apr 05 12:53

FLASHBACK - The World’s Favorite New Tax Haven Is the United States

Last September, at a law firm overlooking San Francisco Bay, Andrew Penney, a managing director at Rothschild & Co., gave a talk on how the world’s wealthy elite can avoid paying taxes.

His message was clear: You can help your clients move their fortunes to the United States, free of taxes and hidden from their governments.

Some are calling it the new Switzerland.

Apr 05 11:24

Former federal tax court judge charged with tax evasion in Minnesota

A former U.S. Tax Court judge and her husband have been charged with tax evasion in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis.

Judge Diane Kroupa, who retired in 2014, and her husband, Robert E. Fackler, are accused of fraudulently claiming personal expenses such as wine club fees and vacations as tax-deductible expenses of Fackler's political consulting business.

Apr 05 11:00

TOON OF THE DAY ~~ #PanamaPapers

And of course, Israel is involved ….

Apr 05 08:20

Britain should not crack down on tax havens as doing so would destroy their livelihoods, senior Tory MP says

The Government should not stop British overseas territories acting as tax havens because it would destroy their livelihoods, a senior Conservative MP has argued.

Apr 05 08:15

British banker set up firm ‘used by North Korea to sell weapons’

Nigel Cowie’s front company also allegedly helped regime expand nuclear programme, Panama Papers show

Apr 05 07:20

The US Becoming World Tax Haven? Michael Rivero - April 4, 2016

Apr 05 06:23

Mossack Fonseca Has 441 U.S. Clients: Who Are They?

As the shock from the initial revelation of leaked Mossack Fonseca files fades away, one recurring question has emerged: why were there no American clients of the firm named (at least not yet)? After all, leaders in Iceland, Russia, Ukraine, Brazil, Australia and many other nations are already facing questions about their use of the Panamanian law firm, and yet nothing about the US?

One hint may have emerged when observing at the funding supporters of the project, among which we find George Soros' heavily financially connected Open Society:

Clearly, this would imply editorial intervention by the funding sources due to a potential "conflict of interest", although hopefully not as that would undermine the objective nature of this massive journalistic undertaking.

Apr 05 06:08

Protestors pelt Icelandic parliament with eggs, yoghurt and BANANAS in call for PM to quit

TENS OF THOUSANDS of protestors have descended on Reykjavic today hurling yoghurts, eggs and bananas at the Icelandic parliament in a furious demanding for the country's beleaguered Prime Minister to quit.

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Given that bananas have to be imported to Iceland, I suppose there is some significance in their choice of fruit to hurl, but good for the Icelandic people. The taxpayers of every nation implicated in the Panama Papers scandal should be doing exactly the same thing!

Apr 04 14:29

Leona Helmsley Quotes

"We don't pay taxes. Only the little people pay taxes." -- Leona Helmsley

Apr 04 13:20

What I Learned From the Panama Papers

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Apr 04 10:00

“Can we just remind ourselves that the Panama Papers are from just ONE law firm, in just ONE tax haven. Tip of the proverbial iceberg.”

Apr 04 07:29

Giant Leak of Offshore Financial Records Exposes Global Array of Crime and Corruption

Files reveal the offshore holdings of 140 politicians and public officials from around the world

Current and former world leaders in the data include prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan, the president of Ukraine, and the king of Saudi Arabia

More than 214,000 offshore entities appear in the leak, connected to people in more than 200 countries and territories

Major banks have driven the creation of hard-to-trace companies in offshore havens

Apr 04 06:53

Are any of the names in the Panama Papers linked with the Clinton Foundation? They are refiling their taxes for not reporting Foreign Donations accurately for at least three years.

So far we have four names: Bidzina Ivanishvill, Prince Salman, Sultan Al-Nahyan, Petro Poroshenko .

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-clinton-taxes-exclusive...

For three years in a row beginning in 2010, the Clinton Foundation reported to the IRS that it received zero in funds from foreign and U.S. governments, a dramatic fall-off from the tens of millions of dollars in foreign government contributions reported in preceding years.
Those entries were errors, according to the foundation: several foreign governments continued to give tens of millions of dollars toward the foundation's work on climate change and economic development through this three-year period. Those governments were identified on the foundation's annually updated donor list, along with broad indications of how much each had cumulatively given since they began donating.

Apr 04 06:37

About the Panama Papers

The data provides rare insights into a world that can only exist in the shadows. It proves how a global industry led by major banks, legal firms, and asset management companies secretly manages the estates of the world’s rich and famous: from politicians, Fifa officials, fraudsters and drug smugglers, to celebrities and professional athletes.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because only the poor should pay taxes!

Apr 04 06:27

10 things we've learnt from the leaked Panama Papers

The hidden wealth of some of the world’s most prominent leaders, politicians and celebrities has been revealed by an unprecedented leak of millions of documents that show some of the ways in which the rich can exploit secretive offshore tax regimes.

Dubbed the Panama Files, the 11 million documents were leaked from a Panamanian law firm called Mossack Fonseca.

They show how the company has helped clients launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax.

The company says it has operated beyond reproach for 40 years and has never been charged with criminal wrong-doing.

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So far, western reporting of this scandal has been limited to reports on the US' enemies' activities, but there is silence for the US' friends, and especially for US politicians!

Apr 03 09:59

Tax authorities to monitor Greeks’ bank accounts across the EU

Greece’s tax authorities will soon be able to monitor all bank accounts that Greek taxpayers have within the European Union, according to a draft law currently being discussed by Parliament’s Financial Affairs Committee. Finance Ministry officials are introducing the clauses on the automatic exchange of bank account information, which will effectively allow them direct access to all deposits of local taxpayers within the bloc, with the aim of combating cross-border fraud and tax evasion.

Apr 02 11:24

TAXATION IS THEFT

Apr 01 05:40

Top UK earners to receive as much in benefits as poorest by 2020

The wealthiest 20% of Britain’s earners will receive almost as much support from the state through the “shadow welfare” of generous tax-breaks by 2020, as the poorest fifth take home in benefits, according to a new analysis by the Fabian Society.

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Mar 28 22:23

U.S. Gives $20 Million More To Teach Rapeugees How To Invade Europe

The U.S. State Department announced today that they will be giving an additional $20 million dollars to various United Nations groups to "strengthen advocacy strategies, and enhance communication efforts to inform communities of origin of existing and legal ways to enter Europe."

Mar 28 07:50

A Very Brief History of Taxation in America

By Susan Boskey

“100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Debt … all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government.” ~The Grace Commission Report, 1984

As April 15 nears…thought you would find this research on taxation in America timely if not interesting.

No one living before the Constitution of 1787 could have believed the seven ways to Sunday Americans are now taxed. Under the Declaration of Independence and the first American constitution of 1777, The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, association among the confederate states and a state’s interaction with federal authorities was 100% voluntary...

Mar 28 06:56

CBO: Millions Will Lose Employer Coverage Due to Obamacare Premium Spikes

The slow-motion implosion of Obamacare continues with the newest report from the Congressional Budget Office foreseeing up to 9 million Americans losing their employer-based insurance coverage over the next decade because of spiking premiums.

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Mar 27 09:56

How your tax millions are sent to AMERICA: Washington think-thank received £5million to spend on a new HQ… while a green summit got £13,000

It is one of the richest countries on Earth, yet millions of pounds of British taxpayers’ money is being sent to fund aid organisations in the US, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

One Washington think-tank, the Center for Global Development (CGD), received £5.9 million – yet was so cash-rich that it moved into new £12 million offices complete with a 60-seat ‘ideas lab’.

British money was also inexplicably used to fund a global warming summit in Texas at which local businessmen were encouraged to jump on the ‘green energy’ bandwagon. And an American charity that received UK aid has made television shows about how rival jail gangs made peace over a shared loved of football.

Mar 26 19:30

One Group’s Viral Meme Campaign Taught the Internet that “Taxation is Theft”

By John Vibes

Sharing memes won’t save the world on its own, but it can help to raise awareness about important ideas and get people curious about concepts that they have not considered before. One recent example of this phenomena is how the phrase “taxation is theft” has recently become mainstream thanks to a viral meme campaign.

Hundreds of memes, some that are funny, and some that don’t even make sense, relating to the “taxation is theft” theme have littered the Internet in recent weeks; and while some people may be getting tired of them, they are having an incredible impact in raising awareness about the idea...

Mar 26 07:37

Why the IRS's Technology Nightmare Is Far From Over

This is a story about the Internal Revenue Service, an 84,000-employee government agency with a job that’s as vital as it is hard to love—securing the trillions of dollars in taxes that make the government run. And these days, it’s an agency down on its luck: plagued by angry politicians, frustrated taxpayers, hordes of identity thieves, and—more recently—hackers.

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Setting aside the fact that the IRS is a private collection agency owned by and working for a privately owned central bank, one would think that if there were a class of cyber-criminals the NSA would be well motivated to locate, it would be those messing with the tax system, which funds the NSA's nefarious operations. It would appear once again that while the NSA is adept at spying on law-abiding Americans, real criminals (and terrorists) are easily able to evade the NSA!

Mar 25 09:55

The Most Dangerous Man in America

Now YOU know why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”.

The upshot of this discussion is that when the American people really do wake up, the “military arm of the NWO” will collapse in a day and a night. Then, there is no one nation or other entity to enforce the global tyranny that has relentlessly terrorized the planet for so many centuries, and even over millennia.

This is why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”!

Let’s get busy … … … creating many other “dangerous men and women in America”.

Mar 25 07:56

The Health Insurance Scam – “Coverage” Doesn’t Mean Affordability or Access

An architect of the federal healthcare law said last year that a “lack of transparency” and the “stupidity of the American voter” helped Congress approve ObamaCare.

He suggested that many lawmakers and voters didn’t know what was in the law or how its financing worked, and that this helped it win approval.

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Mar 21 17:20

Time to Clear out Washington, DC’s IRS Giveaways to Undocumenteds

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Every voter in the USA needs to get on board the movement to stop a gravy train of handouts to illegals or undocumented workers, especially those who have children not living in the USA, but in Mexico where the “tax refunds” go.

A whistleblower tax consultant in Indiana contacted WTHR-TV 13 Indianapolis and documented that $4 billion per year is the cost of illegal tax refund fraudulent giveaways...

Mar 20 10:24

Gallup poll: Voters love Trump's tax plans

Trump has proposed eliminating most federal income tax deductions and loopholes available to the very rich. Sixty-three percent of Americans support this, with just 17% opposing.

Both Trump and Ted Cruz have proposed eliminating the estate tax that is paid when a person dies. This garners 54% support and 19% disagreeing.

The idea of simplifying the federal tax code into four tax brackets instead of the current seven, which has been championed by Trump, receives 47% agreement and only 12% opposition.

In addition, Trump's recommendation to cut federal income taxes for all income levels gets far more support (47%) than opposition (34%), as does his proposal to lower the federal corporate tax rate to 15% (43% agree, 30% disagree).

Mar 14 12:31

PFIZER, SUBSIDIARY OF MONSANTO, TRIES TO DODGE $35 BILLION TAX BILL

Pfizer is the subsidiary of Monsanto – another company known for pulling circus acts in court and Congress in order to fleece tax payers. Pfizer’s shareholders are expected to vote on a merger with competitor, Allergan, based in Ireland, which would avert the company’s tax bill significantly. With a self-proclaimed research and development budget of $7.1 billion (based on 2003 data), Pfizer became one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical companies. Despite its US earnings in excess of $49 billion – actually below analysts’ estimates, the company is playing some interesting shell games to try to avoid paying its tax bill.

Mar 14 06:03

Obamacare Losing Enrollees: Exchange Enrollment Drops By Over 1.1 Million In Last Half Of 2015

When agencies release information on a Friday afternoon, it is generally because of unfavorable news they hope will lose potency over the weekend. On Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released 2015 end-of-the-year exchange enrollment data. After reviewing the numbers, it is understandable why HHS would want this release to attract as little attention as possible.

Mar 14 05:41

EXCLUSIVE: Just one Air Marshal a week deals with a disruptive passenger on a plane yet taxpayers still shell out $800MILLION a year

Only one air marshal a week actually deals with a disruptive passenger on a flight over the United States - but the TSA still spends a reported $800million a year on them.

An investigation by the Daily Mail Online has found the federal officers stationed on planes have responded to situations in the air just 164 times since 2012.

Mar 13 20:50

H&R Block: Customers paying twice as much to satisfy Obamacare penalty

Halfway through tax season, uninsured filers are paying more than twice as much as they did last year to satisfy Obamacare’s penalty for lacking coverage, H&R Block said Tuesday in an analysis that found other customers are still struggling to match their incomes to tax credits they got from Uncle Sam.

The tax-prep giant said its customers are paying an average penalty of $383 because of the Affordable Care Act’s “individual mandate,” compared to $172 last year.

That’s because the mandate, a lever designed to bring healthy people into the new marketplace, rose from $95 or 1 percent of qualified income — whichever is greater — in 2014 to $325 or 2 percent of income for 2015.

Mar 12 04:33

Blue Cross Parent Loses $1.5 Billion

Blue Cross parent lost $1.5 billion on individual health plans last year

Year 2 of the Affordable Care Act was another financial flop for the Chicago-based parent of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois but hints of a turnaround are emerging.

Health Care Service Corp.'s financial losses in its individual business, which includes ACA plans, worsened in 2015. The company, which owns Blue Cross affiliates in Illinois and four other states, said it lost $1.5 billion in its individual business, up from $767 million in 2014, the first year of the health law's state exchanges for buying coverage.

In anticipation of ACA-related losses in 2015, HCSC set aside nearly $400 million in 2014 to boost reserves to $680.9 million. The company spent $657.3 million of those reserves to cover the medical expenses associated with ACA plans in 2015.

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