The House & Senate Tax Bills Compared In A Single Chart

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Re: The House & Senate Tax Bills Compared In A Single Chart

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-21-2017 08:51 AM

That's a great idea Riddick, thanks! It's now bookmarked for later references.

:oops: There's no hint of putting our taxes on a 4" X 8" post card. Unless the U.S. Mail will take our taxes on post cards measuring 4' X 8' :!: :P

We'd all be broke sticking enough pricey stamps on it to get it sent to the right place in D.C. :lol:

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Professor Offers Extra Credit To Students Who Protest Trump’s Tax Bill

Post by Riddick » 12-06-2017 09:35 PM

Students at a Pennsylvanian University are reportedly being offered extra credit for protesting President Donald Trump’s tax reform bill.

In an email titled “Additional Extra Credit Opportunity!,” the professor offered the political bribe, Campus Reform reports:
  • At least one Kutztown University professor offered students extra credit Tuesday to participate in a rally against the GOP tax plan.

    “Please join your faculty as we rally against the GOP Tax Bill that has serious implications to you and on Higher Education. This is an opportunity to gain additional extra credit,” the email states, with a bolded subject line of “Additional Extra Credit Opportunity!”

    While the email was initially drafted by Dr. Mauricia John, a professor in the publicly funded school’s Anthropology and Sociology Department, it is unclear whether other professors are offering their students the same opportunity, as the email indicates that the rally is a collaborative effort by the faculty.
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Re: The House & Senate Tax Bills Compared In A Single Chart

Post by Doka » 12-07-2017 11:27 AM

Whoops, Wonder What Changed their minds?

Prof no longer offering extra credit to oppose GOP tax plan

Maybe more time to do this?

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https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10238
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Re: The House & Senate Tax Bills Compared In A Single Chart

Post by Doka » 12-07-2017 12:03 PM

After looking through the Campusreform.org I am taken by the drastic changes in colleges. Colleges USED to be the home of free thought, diversity , debate, new ideas, etc. Apparently that is no longer allowed. They have been turned into "Snow Flake" houses, safe from all the above.

I have to say that if I had a collage aged child as of today, I might insist that they work at McDonald's first for some" real life " experiences. If you have a fun loving, curious, kid excited to learn, I'm not sure what you would get back after 4 years, in the current Halls of Higher Education? :confused:
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