Tax ‘Free’ Corporations


Have you noticed that those who are seriously getting PAID are seriously not paying a damn thing?  Seriously!!

We thought we’d post this in light of the news about banks’ record profits, higher fees and unwillingness to pay taxes — all while they lay off thousands of employees.

Listen here: Tax Free Corps



  1. Corporate income tax is pure b.s. Despite what the Supreme court says, a corporation is not a person. Abolish corporate income tax. If you want to tax, tax wealthy *people*. Then wealthy people will leave their money in corporations, and guess what? The corporations will have to hire people to do something with that money! Hello? Jobs anyone?


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