Tag Archives: Tax Havens
I thought conservatives were the ones with an unseemly fixation on sex. They’re supposed to be the Puritans who, in the words of Mencken, have a “haunting fear that someone,… Read more
This article appeared in PolicyMic.
Since one of my main priorities is to defend tax competition and tax havens, I’m always delighted to see others jump in the fight to defend fiscal sovereignty. Especially when… Read more
Opponents of tax competition have long argued that the need to combat tax evasion justified aggressive and counter-productive policies designed to eviscerate tax competition, financial privacy, and fiscal sovereignty.
Over a week ago I predicted in an editorial that there would be continued attacks on financial privacy and tax competition, noting that attacks on Romney’s financial holdings were “part… Read more
This article appeared in The Daily Caller.
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity is pleased to report that the Surface Transportation Bill as passed by Congress today did not include the Levin anti-tax haven amendment originally slipped into the Senate version by a voice vote. The amendment would have driven investment out of the US and cost American jobs. Two weeks ago the House defeated a non-binding motion to instruct the conferees to agree to the amendment, and it was ultimately dropped from the bill.
We’re Sending Tax Dollars to a Paris-Based International Bureaucracy So It Can Work with “Occupy” Nutjobs to Push for Higher Taxes
I’m not a big fan of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This Paris-based international bureaucracy doesn’t get as much attention as the United Nations or International Monetary Fund,… Read more
While the two chambers of Congress work to reconcile the differences between their respective transportation bills, CF&P continues to monitor an unrelated tax provision known as the “Stop Tax Haven… Read more