Sunday, November 29, 2015

Congress tries again to sneak in bill to take away your passport if you owe on taxes

Back in 2012, Congress began integrating new restrictions and capital controls on the American people in an attempt to keep wealth from fleeing across borders and out of the U.S. banking system.  During that legislative session, the Senate voted on a rider in the Highway appropriations bill numbered 1813, to restrict any confiscate any American’s passport from those who owed $50,000 or more in tax obligations.  This legislation was eventually killed in the house three years ago, but on Nov. 20 it is being brought up again in this year’s same appropriation bill.
Titled, Developing a Reliable and Innovative Vision for the Economy Act, this bill contains numerous pork projects that go beyond simply funding America’s highway system, and like most appropriation bills submitted by Congress, contains a combination of taxpayer waste and removal of civil rights, similar to how the NDAA was pushed through a few years ago in a Defense appropriations bill.


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