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Fight Against Carbon Taxes!

Carbon taxes are disastrous for the economy. These taxes are regressive taxes, meaning they affect lower and middle income families far more than the rich, because they cause the cost of gas, heating, and electricity to rise sharply, which the rich can afford but everyone else cannot. These taxes will be coming directly out of [...]

Taxes Issues

Obama’s New “Green” Tax

September 03, 2013 J

President Obama wants to levy a new tax on Americans. What’s a carbon tax? A carbon tax is basically, if you don’t conform to his way of thinking “green”, you will be punished and charged for it. This will not only lead to skyrocketing energy prices, but it also will force energy companies to consider [...]

Within PPACA Lies a Pack a Lies

February 13, 2013 J,

It's hard to exaggerate the potential economic disaster that awaits us when Obama's PPACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) legislation is fully implemented. One thing that's becoming clear. The Obama administration routinely misled the American people in their desperate attempt to pass the Health Care legislation

Education Reform – School choice would benefit all Montanans

January 29, 2013 J,

Given the fact that Montana continuously ranks near dead last in the country in average wages and our “low-income neighborhoods” arguably encompass our whole state, it should not go un-noticed that Montana also ranks dead last nationally in educational choice reforms as well. The Center for Education Reform ranks Montana 51st (even behind Washington D.C.) in its Parent Power Index.

ObamaCare is Law: Now Find Out What’s In it

January 23, 2013 J,

Now that the Supremes have decreed Obamacare legal, Nancy Pelosi’s words are never more relevant – “Pass the [2,900-page] bill so you can find out what’s in it.” So, what IS in it?...the largest tax increase in history – 21 separate tax increases and new taxes, 75 percent of which hit the middle class. $500 billion in total tax hikes

Montana should reject the president’s health care exchanges

January 23, 2013 J,

This exchange is nothing more than a hidden tax increase on Montana residents and businesses. Starting in 2015, the exchange must be self-funding though no one knows the cost to operate the exchange. The cost is expected to be financed through user fees and taxes on insurance premiums further hurting families in Montana. More importantly, if Montana decides to create a state-based exchange, a glitch in the original law will subject Montana businesses to a new tax of up to $3,000 per employee enrolled through the exchange.