LFR in the News
July 1, 2016 | Steven G. Bradbury
Clarence Thomas was born into a community of Americans scratching out a living in the lowest tidal marshes of society, utterly vulnerable to arbitrary power and to the suffocating darkness of “impenetrable bigotry,” as he describes in his memoir “My Grandfather’s Son.” But he was blessed—saved from the shanties and squalid tenements of segregated Savannah… View Article
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April 18, 2016 | JULIEGRACE BRUFKE
Democratic 2016 presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders‘ tax plan has been talked about by everyone in the country, but as he gains traction in the polls it’s time to start wondering: “What would it mean for my paycheck?” While the self-described Democratic socialist said his economic proposals would provide free college, Medicare for all and a… View Article
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February 8, 2016 | Matt Mackowiak
      ***NEWS RELEASE*** For Immediate Release February 9, 2016   Bill to ‘Sunset the Tax Code’ Reaches 100 Cosponsors ATR President Grover Norquist Endorses Legislation   PHILADELPHIA, PA — H.R. 27, a bill to Sunset the Tax Code on Jan. 1, 2020 for the purpose of setting a hard deadline for tax reform,… View Article
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September 11, 2015 | Matt Mackowiak
  Sunset the Tax Code Broadly Supported by the Public PHILADELPHIA, PA — Let Freedom Ring (LFR), a public policy non-profit organization committed to promoting Constitutional government, free enterprise and traditional values, is urging the Congress to pass a bill to sunset the tax code as the first step to achieving tax reform.  Presidential candidates… View Article
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July 23, 2015 | Colin A. Hanna
Sunsetting the current tax code Tax overhaul proposals will fail if a deadline is not imposed By Colin Hanna – – Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Two active Republican presidential candidates have released thoughtful and detailed tax reform plans, and a third has renewed his call for the tax overhaul he promoted in 2008. Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida… View Article
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April 14, 2015 | Matt Vespa
“So, our tax code is nearly 74,000 pages long. Tax reform has been one of those unicorn issues in Congress. We talk about it, politicians campaign on it, but in the end; it never goes anywhere. Yet, at the start of the new legislative session, there was some hope among Republicans that something could be… View Article
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