WHAT IS THE REAL SIZE
OF THE U.S. FEDERAL TAX CODE
HOW HAS THIS CODE BEEN EVOLVING?
This is the second in a series of comments made by Andy Sundberg, Fellow and secretary, the Overseas American Academny, Geneva, Switzerland, 12 February 2012. He may be reached at andy at sunberg dot com.
To see the first post regarding the past 50 year history of Citizenship taxation abuse go here.
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“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”
AFTER FIVE DECADES OF ABUSE
IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE
THIS COMING OCTOBER WE WILL MOURN
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY
OF THE DEATH OF
A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
FOR OVERSEAS AMERICANS
AND NOW IT’S TIME TO GET IT BACK
Reproduced by permission of Andy Sundberg, Fellow and Secretary, the Overseas American Academy , Geneva , Switzerland , 16 January 2012. Email contact: andy at sundberg dot com
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…if other countries were to copy the US citizenship taxation model as a delusional answer to their current deficit problems?
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The U.S. has been a leader in the exploration of space. For that it is to be congratulated. Of course, the U.S. can no longer afford the program. It is in clear economic decline. Curious minds ask why? There is not any one reason, but there are some specific contributors to the problem. It may have to do with the size of the “Horse’s Rear End”.
I came across this interesting read:
Warning! The following video contains language that may offend some of you. To articulate the obvious:
1. The language in the video is irrelevant to the purpose and message of the post.
2. If I need to say this: obviously I do NOT share Mr. Fischer’s bigoted views.
To be forewarned is to be forearmed!
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
“The notion of “dual loyalties” may seem old-fashioned to some – a throwback to the days of Cold War spy-sniffing. But the concept is hardly obsolete, for the same reason that monogamy isn’t obsolete (for most of us, anyway): No one can serve two masters at once.”
The above interview of Bobby Fischer after his release from prison in Japan contains some interesting comments about U.S. citizenship. Why did the U.S. government not intervene on behalf of U.S. citizen Bobby Fischer? Where was the protection of the U.S. government? Continue reading