Understanding how Excessive rates for ALL Taxpayers – harm the Middle Class & Working Poor thus creating ‘Trickle Down’ poverty, and is THE reason why the income gap between the rich and the poor continues to grow. With approx. 25 million business owners currently in the U.S., and if each business hired an average of only 2 additional (new) employees, it would create at least 50 million new jobs (or more). But this potential could only be realized with LOW tax rates for EVERYONE (including the Wealthy) – that would also generate a 900 billion dollar budget surplus! The effectiveness and advantages of Low tax rates are illustrated in a ‘baby-step’ format, so as to leave no doubt in the readers mind. Also included are issues concerning Terrorism, Illegal Immigration, the Environment and much, much more. Explained with ‘easy for anyone to understand’ details – using common logic, documented facts & everyday examples close to home.
Also revealed: How the Supreme Wisdom & Knowledge of God, is not only imperative in our Nation’s social structure – but just as important in our Nation’s economic structure as well! DOES GOD LOVE THE WEALTHY MORE THAN THE MIDDLE CLASS?, is a must read for all – but would be most helpful to swing-voters, millennials, minorities etc.
Taxation, the Economy & Individual Freedom
In Ch. 1, 2 & 14: Learn how – Tax increases applied to the Wealthy, are absorbed by the Middle Class & Working ..Poor!
A 15.0% ‘flat tax’ applied to All income earners – creates jobs, increases tax revenue & grows the economy (in Ch. 5).
In Ch. 5 & 18: Discover how – a 15.0% ‘flat tax’ (a 40% cut in the income tax RATE – for the Middle Class) would ..yield up to an additional $10,000 in ‘take home’ pay for the average wage earner!
Tax Cuts DO pay for themselves – and much more! Demonstrated in Ch. 5 & 18
In Ch. 6: Read how The U.S. Constitution gives ‘The American People’ PRIORITY over Federal Govt.
Does the Earth’s atmosphere purify itself? Yes it does! Ch. 7
How to reduce ‘overcrowding’ in America’s cities. Ch. 9
Learn how Rural America can return to ‘the good ole days’. Ch. 9