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Church leaders, take note. The Freedom From Religion Foundation is aggressively engaged in two federal court challenges to declare longstanding church and clergy tax code provisions unconstitutional.
All same-sex couples who are legally married will be recognized as such for federal tax purposes, even if the state where they live does not recognize their union, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service said Thursday.
The scandals surrounding the Internal Revenue Service and its attempt to silence conservative groups by denying them the same tax-exempt status given to liberal organizations provides a unique and possible unrepeatable opportunity. That is to get rid of the IRS, reform the tax code and embrace a fair tax.
He's said it before and he'll probably say it again. In his State of the Union address Wednesday night, President Obama said all his proposals would not add a single dime to the debt. Really?
It was remarkable to hear the president's basic philosophy undermined by a brilliant doctor. We need more people like that who speak the truth.
The president has no intention of reducing spending. He wants to expand the welfare state, raise taxes even more and "level the playing field," as he likes to say, meaning everyone should take home the same lower amount of pay for their work.
The debt remains and grows. Entitlements have not been reformed. The tax code remains a mess. And the battle over the debt ceiling happens in less than two months.
Congress has imposed new taxes and cut no spending to speak of, and we are in worse shape than ever. They passed a bill that supposedly saves us from the so-called "fiscal cliff," which they created.
Does anyone believe the president when he claims increasing taxes on 1 percent of the country will bring the budget closer to balance?
Would you give as much as you're currently giving to your church or charities of choice whether or not you were entitled to deduct the amount of the contributions from your taxable income?
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