Brandon Fradd:  “It’s interesting that corporations want the right to have freedom of speech as citizens (Citizens United) and to have freedom of religion as citizens (Hobby Lobby), but not to pay taxes as citizens.  Somehow they are extraordinary entities that we, the American public, must ‘persuade’ to support the country.  Is this why America was founded — to cater to corporations?”

Brandon references this New York Times discussion:  “How Can the U.S. Stop Corporate Tax Flight?”

. . . The latest round of planned inversions tells us that some corporations will do anything legal to profit from American markets without sharing the burdens of sustaining the United States. . . .


A completely safe way for you to climb Mt. Everest.  This is amazing.  And when you reach the summit, take as long as you want to marvel at the view Sir Edmund Hillary had.



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