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Crime Prevention - California's Absurd Tax - Trudeau Needs to Go

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Published on 16 Feb 2023 / In News and Politics

Guns Prevent Thousands of Crimes Every Day, Research Shows

t never fails. A split-second after a mass shooting occurs, grandstanders and ideologues issue statements demanding new gun controls—even if the laws already on the books failed or the laws they want would have made no difference. Case in point: the tragic incidents in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, in early August 2019.

The message is clear: Guns cause violence. Tax them, take them, ban them, regulate them. Do something, maybe anything! Such knee-jerk, emotional responses are dangerous, writes Charles W. Cooke in National Review, “for when a nation sets up a direct pipeline between its emotions and its laws, it does not keep its liberty for long.”

Gavin Newsom wants to tax Californians AFTER they've moved out of state

"The proposed California wealth tax would be economically destructive, challenging to administer and would drive many wealthy residents — and all their current tax payments — out of state."

California Democrats are looking to push legislation that would tax the state's wealthiest residents, even if they've moved to a different state.

The bill was introduced last week by progressive Democrat Alex Lee, which is looking to impose an extra 1.5 percent annual tax on Californians with a "worldwide net worth" greater than $1 billion, beginning January 2024, with the intention of lowering the threshold to $500 million by 2026, Fox News reports.

Taxes are only rising under Trudeau in new year

You don’t need to be a fortune teller to know that tax hikes are in the future for Canadians. At least five main taxes will increase in 2023 by hundreds of dollars per year for workers, employers and consumers.

Trudeau bingeing on alcohol tax hikes in 2023

With sky-high inflation, climbing interest rates and carbon tax hikes, you could be forgiven for drinking. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rubbing margarita salt in the wound by using high inflation to binge on higher alcohol taxes.

In 2023, the Trudeau government is increasing the taxes you pay every time you buy a bottle of wine, a case of beer or a mickey of rum by 6.3 per cent.

But even a 6.3 per cent tax hike downplays the total tax burden you pay every time you visit the liquor store. Taxes already account for about half of the price of beer, 65 per cent of the price of wine and more than three quarters of the price of spirits.

Justin Trudeau is a Bungler and Menace to His Nation

At the beginning of January, Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, posted a message on Twitter in which he announced that he had just received his Covid vaccine booster and urged others to do likewise.

Trudeau called ‘most dangerous man in Canadian political history’ for plan to regulate online news

Warnings mount over 'insane' report the Liberal govt is using to push for the regulation of internet media content providers.

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