The Income Tax: Lessons from the Sixteenth Amendment | Mark Brandly

‘The income tax is “undoubtedly the most totalitarian of all taxes.’See Rothbard’s marvelous dismantling of Milton Friedman, “Milton Friedman Unraveled” available in Rothbard’s Economic Controversies, p.898. ~Murray Rothbard

Source: The Income Tax: Lessons from the Sixteenth Amendment | Mark Brandly

8 comments

  1. ilonapulianauskaite · April 16

    That says all, have a productive day🤗

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  2. ragnarsbhut · July 12

    What sane person could support a tax on our labor?

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    • johnbarleycorn12 · 25 Days Ago

      Excatly.

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      • ragnarsbhut · 25 Days Ago

        John, I find it to be interesting how some people who claim to support economic liberty could advocate a tax on income and productivity. Where is the logic in that?

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      • johnbarleycorn12 · 25 Days Ago

        Weird logic to me that you would punish good behavior. Makes no sense. I have always liked tariffs and consumption taxes. This way everybody pay in to the system and has some skin in the game.

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  3. ragnarsbhut · 25 Days Ago

    John, we agree on that.

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