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Is taxation really necessary

The correct way to think about how much money government needs

Sufficient Funding

How to counter the claim that voluntary funding could not replace taxation Retweet

Our previous Mental Lever message introduced the idea of consumer controlled governance. We advocate “consumer controlled governance” as the Zero Aggression alternative to The State. Such governance would be funded voluntarily, without taxes. Consumers would exert control by deciding how much funding to provide to various government services.

This idea always provokes the same knee-jerk claim, that people wouldn’t provide enough voluntary funding to do the job. Today’s Mental Lever answers that question in a surprising and compelling way. Check it out…

Will consumers fund sufficient governance?
By Perry Willis & Jim Babka

After reading this Mental Lever, we hope you’ll decide to employ it in the following ways…

  1. Use it in conversations
  2. Copy it and link to it in email and social media conversations
  3. Like AND Share it on Facebook
  4. …or Google+
  5. Retweet it

By: Jim Babka

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