Is this a smart way to catch tax cheats so President Biden can get the trillions of dollars he needs to Build Back Better?
How is it possible that so many people didn’t know about, or failed to complete applications for, the hospital’s own plan designed to avoid driving people to the poor house?
Should conservatives be more concerned with the violation of these billionaire’s privacy, or the prospect that they pay almost no income tax on their massive earnings?
With reports that American expatriates abandoned their citizenship in record numbers in the first quarter of 2020, Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott, answer the questions: “Would you ever dump your U.S. citizenship? What would it take for you to do so? Get your Free Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty when you sign up […]
The IRS grants the Salt Lake Tribune newspaper nonprofit status, setting a precedent for the survival of journalism in the 21st century. Will donors who crave fairness and accuracy make tax-free donations to the Tribune, or The New York Times? Does abandoning the pursuit of profit free journalists to tell the unvarnished truth without taint of opinion.
The New York Times has transcripts of Donald Trump’s IRS tax returns from 1985-94. They show huge business losses of $1.17 billion in a decade, and profits from shady deals in which Trump bought stock, spread false rumors of a take-over, then sold his stock quickly at a profit. Will revelations from this “bombshell” story have any effect on Trump supporters or his reelection chances? Do Democrats now have additional reason to press for release of his last six years of tax returns?
Legislation in 17 states would remove President Donald Trump from the 2020 presidential election ballot if he doesn’t release his tax returns. Trump has said his IRS returns are perfectly legal and his finances excellent, so why shouldn’t the president just release the documents to make the issue go away, and to shut up the Democrats?
It may seem hopeless, but Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott dream of a better life, without the Internal Revenue Service. Imagine there’s no IRS? It would go a long way toward restoring the Constitution in the wake of the devastating 16th Amendment. How then would we pay for all of those reliable and desirable government services?
Republican tax reform under President Trump drastically reduced the number of Americans who pay estate taxes, forcing attorneys to find other specialities. This makes Progressives unhappy, and launches Bill Whittle into an epic rant, before he offers up a sincere prayer to the God of Heaven on behalf of Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton. Speaking […]
In a massive investigation, The New York Times reports that Donald Trump didn’t build his fortune, as he claims, from one small loan from his Dad, but collected much more from Fred Trump via shady tax dodges, substantial gifts, and at least one phony business. Bill Whittle has a difference of opinion with the Grey […]
Sen. Ben Sasse proposes legislation to fulfill President Trump’s promise to ‘drain the swamp’. But will elected officials cut off their own cash-stream? Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and Stephen Green beyond campaign slogans, to actual action in this episode of Right Angle. To become a citizen producer of this kind of content: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register Join […]
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