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OECD Rules Will Create Privacy Nightmare

OECD Rules Will Create Privacy Nightmare

I’ve argued repeatedly that efforts like FATCA and the OECD’s Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters pose a substantial threat to financial and taxpayer privacy. In an… Read more »

Obama Shouldn’t Limit Higher Education Choices

Obama Shouldn’t Limit Higher Education Choices

The Obama administration has consistently sought to eliminate education choices and reduce opportunities, particular for the poor. The president has repeatedly tried to eliminate funding for the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship… Read more »

Resisting an Art Sellout in Bankrupt Detroit

Resisting an Art Sellout in Bankrupt Detroit

This article appeared in The Washington Times.

OECD Agenda Threatens Panamanian Prosperity

OECD Agenda Threatens Panamanian Prosperity

This article appeared in La Estrella de Panama.

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act Will Fail To Curb Tax Evasion

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act Will Fail To Curb Tax Evasion

This article appeared in Forbes.

Proposed OECD Tax Rules Threaten U.S. Sovereignty and Privacy

Proposed OECD Tax Rules Threaten U.S. Sovereignty and Privacy

This article appeared in the Daily Caller.

The OECD’s Latest Demands Prove They Cannot Be Appeased

The OECD’s Latest Demands Prove They Cannot Be Appeased

This article appeared in Harbour Times.

OECD and G20 Won’t Save Us From FATCA

OECD and G20 Won’t Save Us From FATCA

My friend Dr. Eduardo Morgan Jr. recently published an article for La Estrella de Panamá, in which he succinctly summarizes not only the goals of but also the significant problems… Read more »