Monthly Archives: November 2012

The fragile nature of the gift

To receive a gift is a precious moment; no less the giving of one.  To give willingly, without expectation of return provides a momentary glimpse of the greatness that is inherent within mankind.  The gift embodies self-sacrifice.  Whether it is … Continue reading

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Transition point: where taxation becomes theft.

Take the current value of the land you own and multiply it by the relevant loan rate to estimate the annual benefit the community is providing you. Add to this the amount you are willing to gift the community through the government each year. Any taxation over that point is theft. Continue reading

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