In a free society every citizen gains a sense of himself as an individual, rather than developing a group or victim mentality. congressional representative from Texas from 1979 to 1985 and again from 1997 to 2013. Ron Paul: I have a prepared statement for tomorrow - and in it I address a much more serious act that the president committed, and that is the illegal bombing of the Sudan in Afghanistan.
This leads to a sense of individual responsibility and personal pride, making skin color irrelevant. Seven hundred million dollars was spent on that, without congressional approval.
Lately a lot of people, not just in Texas, are coming around to this view.
“I’m so confident in my philosophy that I think I could run a pretty good race in San Francisco,” he told me in his Washington office recently.
Anyway, he said, if the government needs money it should tax people “more honestly” than by making them pay capital gains for their efforts to protect themselves against inflation.“You can invest it in stocks, you can invest it in real estate, your house, a lot of other things,” Farley continued.
More than half the people getting the death penalty are poor blacks.
This is the one place, the one remnant of racism in our country is in the court system, enforcing the drug laws and enforcing the death penalty.
Mark Finchem, R-Oro Valley, who already has ushered the tax break in HB 2014 through the House.
Editors Note: Theres really no surprise that birth rates are falling in the West considering how people are increasingly isolated and powerless by technology that demoralizes the individual.
Online dating will damage your self-esteem and leaves people more upset about how they look.
Mark Finchem, R-Tucson, right, speaks during a Joint Border Security Advisory Committee at the Arizona Capitol as Arizona House Speaker David Gowan, R- Sierra Vista, listens in Phoenix. The Oro Valley Republican argues that taxing exchanges of “legal tender” like gold coins is a tax on money alone and also is essentially a tax on inflation. Franklin, File) PHOENIX — Invoking claims of illegally printed paper money, the use of gold in the Bible and even foreign entanglements, former Congressman Ron Paul urged Arizona lawmakers Wednesday to let coin collectors and investors escape the state’s capital gains tax.
gold coins from state capital gains taxes brought in former congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, to tout their effort at the state Senate. Mark Finchem’s House Bill 2014 is the latest effort to exempt gold coins from taxation.