Small businesses threatened: 1099 tax form tyranny provision in health care bill

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Live Link:   The National Expositor


Natural News – According to a recent report from CNNMoney.com, the massive U.S. health care system overhaul includes more than just a transition to government-run medicine. A small section hidden away in the 2,409-page bill requires all businesses to send 1099 tax forms to every company or individual from which they purchased more than $600 in services and goods throughout the tax year, beginning on January 1, 2012.

As you’ll see below, this new law threatens to cause a wave of paperwork chaos across the entire U.S. economy, stifling the operations of small businesses and driving more jobs overseas.

Here’s why…

1099s required for virtually any expenditure

For those of you who aren’t familiar with a 1099, this tax document is typically issued to independent contract workers who receive payments for work they’ve done. “Employees” of businesses are issued W-2 forms at the end of the tax year while independent contractors and other freelancers making money outside of the wage structure receive 1099 forms.

But the new change (conveniently slipped into the health care bill that nobody actually read prior to voting on it) drastically expands the scope of 1099s. Not only will contract workers be receiving them, but so will millions of individuals and companies that receive more than $600 in payments for services and products they provide throughout the tax year.

And if you’re a small business owner, you will be required to issue a 1099 to every business from which you purchased more than $600 worth of goods or services. READ MORE

John Wallace: AMERICAN POLITICS RADIO SHOW with Jerome Corsi

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A recent investigation has disclosed that Barack Obama is apparently using a fraudulent social security number issued in 1978 in Connecticut. My guest this week is Dr. Jerome Corsi PhD who will be discussing not only the social security number issue but also discuss the fact that we know nothing about Mr. Obama’s history or who he really is because of an extraordinary lack of public documentation about the president. Along with his original birth certificate, Obama also has not released educational records, scholarly articles, passport documents, medical records, papers from his service in the Illinois state Senate, Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records and adoption papers. Is Mr. Obama’s background the creation of the Establishment insiders or other international Globalists? Why do we not know anything about him? Why are there no records of him attending Columbia University and why doesn’t any of his fellow students or teachers remember him?  Why is his picture not in the yearbook? Why is the mainstream press not concerned about any of this? Tune in an find out.

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The constitution, elections and politicians: Citizens of the American Constitution demanding change

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Live Link:    Citizens of the American Constitution

Most concerned Citizens can agree that the upcoming elections – federal, state and local – may just be the most important elections in this nation’s history, and we have an idea to make them true instruments for freedom and justice.  We have been active in Constitutional work for over fifty years and have a suggestion to offer you, the People of Maine, and America that could most likely change politics, as it now exists, and influence the upcoming elections for the benefit of America and her People.  Our Constitutional methods have won hundreds of court cases for Citizens, removed errant public officers from office, and stopped harmful actions by major corporations.  We would now like to apply these methods, which transcend party affiliations, ideologies, philosophies, agendas, and causes, to the upcoming elections. More

Do you want the federal government to run your local government?


D o w n s i z e r – D i s p a t c h

Should the federal government force your local government to unionize its police and firefighting employees? If you oppose this proposed new federal mandate please tell Congress that using our “cut regulations” campaign.

You can copy of borrow from my sample letter . . .

Please do not entangle us in more top-down federal regulation. Specifically, oppose the attempt to attach Amendment 4174 to the latest appropriations bill (H.R. 4899), or to any other bill for that matter.

This amendment would force local governments to unionize their police and firefighting employees. This is a decision that MUST be made by local ELECTED governments, and NOT by the increasingly dictatorial federal government.

I would add to this that the unionization of supposed public servants appears to be a real problem. Government employees seem to be looting the taxpayers they are supposed to serve. For instance, according to the New York Times:  More

The “Ruthie Report” with guest Dr. Stuart H. Hurlbert

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SPECIAL GUEST    Dr. Stuart H. Hurlbert, Co-Coordinator   Support Arizona/Boycott San Diego Coalition Bio and the Press Release below


“The Ruthie Report” live or archived at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/TheRuthieReport via The Conservative Alliance Media Network 8 pm CST every Thursday     **************************************************

Stuart Hurlbert SABSD Boycott Co-Coordinator
Stuart is an emeritus professor of biology at San Diego State University but still actively doing research and writing in the areas of lake ecology and biostatistics. He has been interested in overpopulation and population-environment issues for half a century, became involved with the problem of excessive immigration about 20 years ago, and is a member of the board of Californians for Population Stabilization. In addition to our current coalition, Stuart has helped set up the AUHTM coaltion. He feels obliged to speak out on these issues in part because most other academics who are informed about them either are afraid to speak out or are simply reckless utopians who favor few or no controls on immigration.
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Dan Mielke speaks out regarding HR 4173:Creation of the CFPA

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Dan Mielke speaks out regarding HR 4173 and recent comments from the feds regarding Arizona’s immigration law.

Creation of the CFPA & More

On Friday, the House of Representatives passed the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (aka HR Bill 4173). The vote was 223-202. If it were to pass the Senate, the bill would create the regulatory Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA) in addition to other Wall Street and financial institution directed reform measures according the White House, as stated on financialstability.gov, the CFPA would:

Mielke’s response:

We don’t need any more regulatory agencies!

Washington is reacting to the present financial concerns without considering future consequences. All they are doing is placing a band-aid over the problem. To fix our present economic downturn we must look at permanent solutions instead. We need to change our entire way of thinking economically.  I am a strong supporter of economic sustainability.  That is, we must meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations.

We cannot accomplish this if we continue to allow Washington to proceed on its present course. Government is a parasitical system that lives off of its host.  Thus it thinks and reasons like the parasite it is.   Government regulations, controls, licensing, fees, fines, and taxes are the parasite’s method of feeding off the host.  The host in this case is the US citizens.  It has sucked this generation dry and has already begun to suck the life’s blood from future generations as well. 

History has proven this to be true.  Governments fail when they suck the life’s blood out of the people they were designed to serve.   We are witnessing one of those rare times in history where governments around the world are growing beyond their host’s ability to sustain them.  Because of this, the world as a whole is suffering from unsustainable growth of government.

To turn our economy around, we must check this parasitical nature and restrict government to a size that is sustainable.   The first nation which makes these adjustments will see a remarkable growth in their economic base. When businesses are allowed to prosper and grow, jobs will return in record numbers if we react first before other nations take advantage of this opportunity.

This solution is inexpensive, easy to initiate and carry out if we are willing to act now. 

Had we done this in 2008 Polaris would probably not be leave Osceola, Wisconsin.

Illegal immigration:

A statement that had the ring of mutiny sent waves of concern to the state of Arizona. John Morton, the assistant secretary of homeland security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, reportedly stated that his agency would not necessarily process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities.

Morton also told the Chicago Tribune that “I don’t think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution.”

Dan Mielke’s response:

I consider it an outrage when the federal government threatens to not perform its constitutional requirement to protect the states from the destructive force of illegal immigration upon the citizens of the U.S.   In the military, this would be called dereliction of duty.  Mr. Morton owes the American people an apology for his statement or he should step down if he is not willing to do his job.  Had the federal government done its job of enforcing the present laws in the first place, there would be no need for states to do what Arizona has done.  Their neglect has cost states hundreds of billions of dollars.


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The Societal Separation of America and Secession: Part 1


 By James P. Harvey wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com


“If you are reading this, I assume you are an educated person and are aware of the elimination of the middle class, and how that is going to affect your future. After all, you can’t buy everything from Wall-Mart and still build a strong economy, or support secession from a tyrannical central government.”*********

Part 1:

The structure, organization, and functioning of society in America is expected to be unrecognizable in the near future to people of my generation. If we have a future!

I entered the Navy one month after my seventeenth birthday without a diploma; four years later I was on the streets without a clue as to how I was going to support myself. Working as a machine repairman was the first of many jobs that included everything from selling vacuum cleaners to connecting steel beams high in the air on various construction projects. I was fortunate that America still had a diverse blue collar workforce where one could acquire experience in different fields and discover where their natural aptitude would assist their success.

Years later I owned a burglar alarm business but nothing ever satisfied me more than my last entrepreneurial adventure, a one man cabinet shop. More

The Societal Separation of America and Secession:Part 2


James P. Harvey wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com


“All of the great minds involved in writing about Americas decline and what needs to be done to restore, or create a controllable government, would be more productive if they could design a state economy that had jobs for the working class, because that is how to wake up the masses.”******

Part 2:

In part one I eluded to the fact that early America prospered because of the availability of lesser educated men willing to work with their hands at jobs requiring diverse mechanical aptitude. Many millions of them were from other nations, and contributed to our grocery basket of human culture, but one and all had the same dream. The opportunity to work at honest labor and earn their own way was intellectually intoxicating, and the thought of one day owning their own business was enough to drive them to near suicidal effort. Most were honest, hard working family men, and the ability to support, love, and protect their family was their greatest joy. Does that sound like a good base to build a stable society on? It does to me. I have worked with men like them most of my life, and remain unfit to clean their work boots. More

The Societal Separation of America and Secession: Part 3

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James P. Harvey wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com


“All across America we see people who grew up in front of television screens, and attended government controlled curriculums from kinder-garden to doctorate degrees. They have been exposed to corporate/government controlled information from cradle to grave, and are as self-centered as any society in history.”******************

Part 3 

I can still remember the fierce independence of the families I was boarded with as a child while my parents were on the road. They were country folks for the most part and could ill afford another mouth to feed, but few could resist the pleas of my mother and accepted the responsibility as just part of life’s requirement to help people that needed it.

Most of these folks left a permanent imprint on my world view, without my awareness of course, but there none the less, and what I remember most is the frugal life style and commitment to honesty and hard work. Their close family ties meant someone was always there in time of need, and their reliance on God was real and apparent in all their actions. The children were quite, well behaved, and the parents were loving and attentive. The evenings were spent with stories and reading from Scripture, and some even had a monopoly game. They made me feel at home.

Compare that lifestyle to today’s rat race of driving children to their government controlled schools, and racing off to work. There is little, if any time left in the average parent’s day for reflection on anything, and certainly not confronting anything serious like studying about how their country is going down the tubes. More

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