Chairman Reports

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Chairman’s Report - November 14, 2014
A Gift for You and a Gift for the FairTax Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - November 7, 2014
Phil Hinson, Tom Brown, Jim Duffie and the Georgia FairTax® team demonstrated how you can explain the FairTax to a candidate and then prepare them to respond to the inane attacks from their opponents. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - October 23, 2014
When speaking of his party taking back control of parliament, British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli said, “The secret of success is to be ready when your opportunity comes.” Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - October 17, 2014
All of us who went to a theater on October 14th saw the impact that “Unfair” had. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - October 2, 2014
This week many of us are eagerly awaiting the opening of “UnFair: Exposing the IRS”. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - September 25, 2014
As many of you know, Marilyn Rickert, Steve Curtis, John Grafer, Autry Pruitt and Steve Hayes were elected in June to the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of AFFT. A number of Workgroups composed of other AFFT board members and FairTax® supporters are also very active. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report - January 8, 2016
The media, both liberal and conservative, is proclaiming that there will be “tax reform” in 2017 Read More.
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Chairman’s Report – January 22, 2016
Even when no primaries or elections are taking place, it is hard to penetrate the “noise” in D.C. In the mid 1990’s, I was privileged to meet with former Senator Russell Long. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report – January 15, 2016
Many of us went to the showing of UnFair at a local theater. Some of the theaters were full and others were not, but generally the reaction was positive. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report – January 8, 2015
The media, both liberal and conservative, is proclaiming that there will be “tax reform” in 2017. Many Members of Congress, both liberal and conservative, have announced that there will be “tax reform” in 2017. Read More.
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Chairman’s Report – December 18, 2015
Because the FAIRtax does not “pre-tax” consumption like the existing income and payroll taxes do, the shoppers go to the store with not 65% to 75% of their earnings to spend because of withholding, but with 100% of their paycheck except for any state deductions. Read More.