32 min

Concerning the General Power of Taxation (Continued) - [Freedom Papers Ep. 43‪]‬ Freedom Papers

    • Politics

Hamilton’s Federalist Paper No. 35, "The Same Subject Continued: Concerning the General Power of Taxation," examines equality and fairness at both the State and Federal level with regards to representation of the population in legislature and how that plays into taxation.


Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how imperative it is that the Federal Government has the ability to tax in addition to the State in order to create a more equal and fair playing field across the Union. They also break down basic economics: when taxes are increased on an industry, business leaders/producers will have to increase their prices, putting the burden of the tax back onto the consumer’s shoulders. 


Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!


#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Hamilton’s Federalist Paper No. 35, "The Same Subject Continued: Concerning the General Power of Taxation," examines equality and fairness at both the State and Federal level with regards to representation of the population in legislature and how that plays into taxation.


Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how imperative it is that the Federal Government has the ability to tax in addition to the State in order to create a more equal and fair playing field across the Union. They also break down basic economics: when taxes are increased on an industry, business leaders/producers will have to increase their prices, putting the burden of the tax back onto the consumer’s shoulders. 


Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!


#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

32 min