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Public Relations vs. Propaganda

June 4, 2013

In more than 20 years of business, I have never had a client ask me to cover up the truth.  If one did ask, I would walk away.  Dishonesty is not only morally wrong, it’s almost always disastrous for the client.

Tax Advocates Should Pay Taxes

May 16, 2013

Maybe the IRS should be investigating tax-exempt organizations.

Instead of targeting conservative organizations, though, the IRS should consider targeting liberal organizations.  You know – the ones that pay no taxes, but want to raise everyone else’s taxes.

When organizations are tax-exempt and are not paying to support the government, those of us who pay taxes are indirectly supporting them with our tax dollars.  Why should my tax dollars benefit organizations that want to raise my taxes?

IRS Not Making America a Better Place to Live

May 14, 2013

So who should the IRS investigate?  Groups that want to “make America a better place to live” or groups that want to destroy our freedom?

The folks at the IRS, possibly with direction from higher up, determined that anyone who wants to make America a better place to live has to be a conservative and should, therefore, be targeted for scrutiny.  Those using terms like “Tea Party,” “Patriots” or “9/12 Project” in their case files when seeking tax exemption were also targeted, as were those who were critical of how the country is being run.