The 2006 Pension Protection Act, which passed and became law, has a provision that requires all non-profit organizations to file an annual income tax return with the IRS. Under federal law prior to that act, if a non-profit organization had revenue of less than $25,000 per year, it did not have to file a tax return.
If Representative Ron Kind (D-Wis.) has his way, the federal government will soon mandate that state agencies maintain a database of how fat the kids in their jurisdiction are getting. Too fat or too skinny, the government needs to know.
The Tuesday, May 18, Republican primary for Oregon's congressional seat will feature two outstanding constitutionalist candidates seeking to replace ultra-leftist incumbent Democratic Representative Peter DeFazio. The Douglas County News-Review explains of the race between Art Robinson and Jaynee Germond: “Both speak passionately about their desire to reduce the size and the role of government.”
In the world of American business — the one practically every politician and pundit will tell you is a laissez faire environment — if one doesn’t like the terms being offered by another, the solution is not to negotiate and arrive at a compromise but to get the government to force the latter to accede to the demands of the former.
Twenty years ago, when anyone talked about an agenda that would ultimately lead to a global government, people scoffed at the possibility, ascribing it as a “conspiracy theory.” For even longer than that, The John Birch Society has been warning us about such a threat to American sovereignty, and while they’ve acquired a following of their own, most of their warnings were unheeded. Now that the United States of America is on its way to becoming the United States of the World, people are starting to pay attention, but is it too late?