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“Fiddle-dee-dee. This war talk’s spoiling all the fun!”***
I’ve always considered the progressive income tax was a fair way to pay for the benefits of a civilized society. Those who can afford to pay more are taxed more, and those who can least afford it, pay lesser amounts. … Continue reading
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