50% tax cut would spur sharp improvements in county schools

print It is possible to empathize with Hamilton County Commissioners who are being asked to consider a tax increase of F$100 million to pay for the state factory school system in the Chattanooga area. The reason one might sympathize with board members is that they are victim of a federal law which requires them and everybody else in the country to receive payment in debt in Federal Reserve notes, the currency issued by the Federal Reserve system. This inflationary currency has lost value every year, and the board of governors is trying now to make it lose 2 percent per … Continue reading 50% tax cut would spur sharp improvements in county schools