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Guest: Lowell Nelson – CampaignForLiberty.org.
Clinton Calls Trump Supporters: Basket of Deplorables, Bernie Sanders backers as basement dwellers.
New T-shirt: Proud Member of the Basket of Deplorables.
The New York Times took advantage of the complexity of the tax code and paid zero taxes in 2014.
Claims based on illegal access to Trump’s tax returns are that he hasn’t paid any tax for the last 18 years.
Rudy Giuliani, a close adviser to Trump, says the Republican candidate is a “genius” if he avoided federal income taxes and noted that poor people can take advantage the same tax “loophole”.
27 giant profitable companies paid no taxes. – USAToday.com.
20% of big companies pay zero corporate taxes. – money.cnn.com.
More Than 90% Of US Businesses Don’t Pay The Corporate Income Tax. – forbes.com.
LeBron James, Calling for Hope and Unity, Endorses Hillary Clinton.
Have you seen “Sully” the movie?
The lesson in this movie for all of us is to distrust the outcomes of any commission or board or government entity tasked to get to the bottom of some event.
Good men and women everywhere can, simply by being involved or by being members of boards, commissions, councils, and legislatures, ensure that truth is sought, and that perversions of justice are opposed and exposed.
The Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition of organizations that support the ALLOW Act sponsored by Utah Senator Mike Lee.
The senate bill sponsored by Mike Lee is a good step in the right direction, and we would encourage all of our listeners to phone their senators in Congress and ask them to support Senate Bill 3158.
Jestina Clayton learned how to braid hair as a girl growing up in Sierra Leone. When she was 18, she moved to America, got married, had a couple of children, and went to college.
She decided to work from home and start a hair braiding business! Revenues from that small business helped to pay for groceries each month. She even put an ad on a local website. Then she was told to remove her ad or she would be reported to the state. She pulled her ad, shut down her business and sued the state.
In August 2012, a federal judge ruled in Jestina’s favor.
Wells Fargo or the Federal Reserve: Who’s the Bigger Fraud? – Ron Paul.