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Taxation: Never Flat or Fair

As the practice of politicking continues its march toward the 2012 Presidential Election I’m reminded of how little the political conversation rarely, if ever, revolves around substantive issues although at the same time I confess that the current cycles has drawn a tad closer to one single issue that has long escaped the discipline of close inspection, deliberate inquiry and truly dedicated offering. This single issue is Taxation and we have Herman Cain to thank for pushing topic to the surface. Let’s hope we can take it the rest of the way! 

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