Category Archives: Tax

Taxes and Regulations, they both are being done wrong.

The way we do taxes and regulations are both wrong on so many levels…

Why have govenrment at all?

Government doesn’t produce anything like a business, but it can help create an environment were entrepreneurs are safe to start and run successful businesses. I wouldn’t say government produces nothing, it’s more that government is really only good at producing a few basic things: everything else is wasteful when done through government.  I wouldn’t start […]

Texas 2011 elections heat up with proposed constitutional amendments

This November 8th, people all over Texas will head to the polls, to vote on ten proposed constitutional amendments. Many groups have already piped up on these amendments to provide there recommendations, including the Texas Eagle Forum, The Liberty Institute, and Others. The Libertarian party even made a bold statement that they felt none of […]

Cap-and-Trade not as affective as eating less meat

Based on an Article by Senator John Cornyn, “the oil-and-gas industry . . . [employs] More than 300,000 Texans . . . [generating] nearly 7 percent of the wages . . .”. He goes on to describe how new tax proposals would impose more then $30 billion in new taxes over the next 10 years, and […]

WISD Bond – Is the third time the charm?

Coming up in November the Wylie Independent School District is once again asking voters to support a bond proposition to upgrade existing schools and build some additional structures.  This would be the third straight year in a row that they have asked for additional fund in a city already marred with high property taxes.             […]

Death and taxes

I was listening to the radio on my way home from work on Thursday and they were talking about the death of Pop Legend Michel Jackson. Instead of celebrating the good things Mr. Jackson had done in his life, some of the callers instead were suggesting his death was some kind of punishment from God; […]

My letter to Obama

Although I do worry about some of the things Obama has on his agenda, that most Democrats (who now have majority control of congress) will likely support, I actually have found myself felling better about him then Mr. McCain. I never liked McCain (even being a moderately-conservative republican-leaning voter) as a presidential Candidate and never […]

Who’s Rich enough to be taxed?

I was listening to talk radio the other day about how McCain and Obama were debating the “rich” mark for tax rates, in regards to were you draw the line for determining who deserves a higher tax rate. Apparently Obama said 250K a year was the line, and McCain replied with a sarcastic remark about […]

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