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How to Eliminate Property Tax – Part 3. Share the Message

“Without promotion, something terrible happens… NOTHING!” – P.T. Barnum 04 FEB 2018 – Ten years ago, I had no clue that we could or should Eliminate Property Tax. If my curiosity had not been captured by the passionate words of a liberty activist running for Texas Governor in 2010, I would probably still be clueless …

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How to Eliminate Property Tax – Part 4. Help Others Discover Us

18 FEB 2018 – We don’t need more anger. We need more angry activists. A lot more. Share this group. Every time you see or say something on Facebook related to property tax, drop this Hashtag in your comment: #EliminatePropertyTax That’s the quickest, easiest way. If anyone clicks on it, they immediately “Discover” links to …

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Why Won’t Legislators Eliminate Property Tax? – Part 1

02 SEP 2018 – Is this why our Legislators won’t Eliminate Property Tax? “You might be surprised to find that your friendly local realtor is the member of a powerful force in Texas politics. Established in 1920, Texas Association of Realtors and its affiliated PACs (TREPAC and Texas Association of Realtors Issues Mobilization PAC) are …

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The Fuedal Origins of Property Tax

Does any of this sound sorta familiar? “A king (or conqueror) took over all the land …divide it among his lieutenants and supporters, who would pay him (with money or services) in order to keep that land…. The punishment for nonpayment was forfeiture….” No Relief. No Reform. #EliminatePropertyTax

Thomas Jefferson (13 APR 1743 – 04 JUL 1825)

“Author of the Declaration of American Independence, of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, and Father of the University of Virginia.” – Thomas Jefferson’s chosen tombstone epitaph Lawyer, Architect, Writer, Farmer, Scientist, and Inventor; Virginia House of Delegates and  House of Burgesses Member, Declaration of Independence Signer, U.S. Congressman, Virginia Legislator, and Governor, Diplomatic …

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Samuel Adams; (27 SEP 1722 – 02 OCT 1803)

Tax Collector turned American Revolution Radical, Boston Tea Party Organizer, Declaration of Independence Signer, Continental Congress Member, Massachusetts Governor, and Second Cousin to President John Adams “Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: First a right to life, secondly to liberty, and thirdly to property; together with the right to defend them in the …

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