I’m reblogging this because I think it is important to observe and relate the ideology of those who both believe themselves skeptics and at the same time follow antiquated socialist bullshit that cost the lives of 200 million people in the 20th century and yet despite all empirical evidence to the contrary believe this is a humane and adaptable solution. Love Hessian’s passion, though.
(We’ve not being posting lately! don’t worry it’s just the end of the semester and we are swamped/exhausted our regular posting seclude will be back as soon as possible)
While this will not be growing into a series on our blog I have a few more opinions and ideas about taxation and what a fair society look like that I would like to share.
People will often cry unfair when they first learn about progressive taxing, suggesting flat taxes are more fair. On the face of thing this would seem patently true. Everyone has to pay the same amount in taxes proportional to their earning so that must be the fairest option. Right? Well here I’ll be arguing against this simple but common idea and explain why raising taxes on the richest of us impact them less then it does the when we raise taxes on poorest, and how the…
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