On this special episode of Antiestablishmentarianism special guest, Konstantinos Roditis joins Me-haul to discuss his ideas for “Trickle Up Taxation”. Konstantinos was formerly the City of Anaheim Commissioner and is currently a candidate for California Controller.
On Thursday, January 18, 2018, California Democratic Assemblymen Kevin McCarty of Sacramento and Phil Ting of San Francisco announced due to Republicans cutting the corporate tax rate from 35 to 21 percent, or a 14 percent decrease, that it only seemed reasonable to raise the corporate tax rate
In a recent article published by the Orange County Register, they reported that: California Democrats are toying with a brash scheme to skirt a new federal cap on state and local tax deductions: Instead of paying taxes to the Golden State, Californians would be allowed to donate the money to
After my latest articles, Trickle-up-Taxation vs. Neutral Tax – What’s the differences?, I have been accused, by the author Tom Ryan of the Neutral Tax, of plagiarizing his idea and trying to rebrand it and claim it as my own. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Tom and I
I’ve had many people ask me, what is the difference between your plan called Trickle-up-Taxation and the Neutral Tax? The plans are almost identical, and both Tom Ryan and I came up with our ideas independently. The premise of both tax plans is removing direct taxation and implementing
How do we increase or even maintain local services like police, fire, parks, afterschool programs, and road repairs in our local cities? In a recent study conducted by the city of Garden Grove in Orange County, California, residents surveyed, overwhelmingly supported raising the sale tax by
California is one of the highest taxed states in the union and we have very little to show for it. We have crumbling and inadequate infrastructure. Our roads seem to never get repaired yet Sacramento keeps raising our gas and car tax saying they need more money. California is also one of the