Thursday, 24 May 2012

Should United Nations Get Taxing Powers or Direct Funding?

Over the years, I’ve strenuously objected to schemes that would enable international bureaucracies to levy taxes. That’s why I’ve criticized “direct funding” proposals, most of which seem to emanate from the United Nations.
    * A scheme to let the United Nations tax services such as air travel.
    * A proposal, pushed by George Soros and other statists, for U.N. taxes on things such as energy use.
    * And, of course, the favorite of the big-government crowd, a global tax on financial transactions.

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