“In the exercise of this power of intermeddling with the private
pursuits and individual occupations of the citizen, a Government may at
pleasure elevate one class and depress another; it may one day legislate
exclusively for the farmer, the next for the mechanic, and the third for the
manufacturer, who all thus become the mere puppets of legislative cobbling and
tinkering, instead of independent citizens, relying on their own resources for
their prosperity. It assumes the functions which belong alone to an overruling
Providence, and affects to become the universal dispenser of good and evil.” - William Leggett, "True Functions
of Government" 
“I don't like the income tax. Every
time we talk about these taxes we get around to the idea of "from each
according to his capacity and to each according to his needs." That's
socialism. It's written in the Communist Manifesto. Maybe we ought to see that
every person who gets a tax return receives a copy of the Communist Manifesto
with it so he can see what's happening to him.”U.S.
News & World Report [May 25, 1956] - T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner
of Internal Revenue
William E. 'Bill' Grisham CPA
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This grassroots Meetup will help you network with other Liberty Lovers of Bexar County, and provide you with tools and information as well as activities to help with the local effort.
"He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppresion; for if he violates this duty he estabalishes a precedent that will reach to himself." -Thomas Paine, Common Sense 1776