there is an elephant in the room that the many reporters and politicians blustering over the issue have been too ideologically blind to see: There is no obvious harm being done by today’s corporate tax avoidance.
Big corporations don’t care about the tax rate, but Politicians sure care. Why doesn’t someone explain to John McCain that HE is part of the tax problem in this country. . . Not Apple. John Ransom also spoke with Erika Holzer about her newest novel, Freedom Bridge. It is more relevant in today’s world than you would think.
The Senate is holding a Kangaroo Court designed to smear Apple for not voluntarily coughing up more tax revenue than the company actually owes. Here are a few things you need to know.
No matter what the tax rates have been, in postwar America tax revenues have remained at about 19.5% of GDP.
Is the Marketplace Fairness Act really about fairness? John Ransom spoke with Betsy Laird, the Lead Lobbyist for the International Council of Shopping Centers, about the Internet Sales tax that passed the Senate. (Oh. . . And they didn’t really see eye to eye.)