Taxpayers paid for one scientist to have a bee sting his penis, and paid other researchers to figure out that cheerleaders look more attractive in a group than individually, according to a painful new survey of wasteful spending being released Tuesday by Sen. Jeff Flake.
I just can’t imagine how anyone with the ability for logical thought can think it’s a good idea to raise taxes on businesses right now (or ever). Consider these recent job and financial reports from major businesses: READ
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul sued the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) over rules on how Americans abroad are taxed and what foreign banks must disclose on U.S. citizens who are customer. MORE
Just when American motorists thought it affordable to get back on the highways this summer, some Washington lawmakers are calling for massive increases to the federal gas tax. While there is currently a highway-funding gap, the answer is not to raise taxes but to reign in waste. Increasing the gas tax will not only worsen Washington’s spending problem, but will have American taxpayers picking up the tab. Full article.
GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News Tax Day is a reminder that the federal government has become bloated.
Federal tax revenues hit a record $1,185,613,000,000 in the first five months of fiscal 2015, but the federal government still ran a $386,537,000,000 deficit
Ron Paul’s nonprofit Campaign for Liberty will fight the Internal Revenue Service’s demand that it reveal its donor list to the agency, despite having already been fined for refusing to do so.
The day when the nation collectively has made enough money to pay its total tax burden for the year is three days later this year, according to a new report.
According to a report released Monday by the Tax Foundation, this year Tax Freedom Day falls 111 days into 2014, on April 21.
Senator Rand Paul said that government had “reached a new level of incompetence” with Obamacare in referring to President Obama’s broken promises of: 1. Promising that no one would lose their insurance. 2. Promising...