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  1. I'm not talking about farmers growing corn or hay, I'm talking about timberland that takes at least fifty years to mature and is only taxed if and when it is harvested. Most of this land is held by real-estate companies and land trusts that do no harvesting
  2. A tax on your income, is a tax on your labor, which is essentially a tax on your person. You are paying the government to work. That makes you the government's property.
  3. As long is the tax is uniform across the nation, the Federal Government can levy a property tax or any other kind of tax
  4. " The objection, when applied to real property or to houses and lands, appears to have, at first sight, more foundation, but even in this view it will not bear a close examination. Land taxes are co monly laid in one of two modes, either by ACTUAL valuations, permanent or periodical, or by OCCASIONAL assessments, at the discretion, or according to the best judgment, of certain officers whose duty it is to make them. In either case, the EXECUTION of the business, which alone requires the knowledge of local details, must be devolved upon discreet persons in the character of commissioners or
  5. It has the Constitutional power to tax anything. Property tax was generally left to fund the State Government, but since they do not tax timberland, they have forced the Federal Government to subsidize them to make up the difference; while corporations buy and hold a landmass 2 1/2 times the size of Texas.
  6. Regional Timberland Ownership Profiles Private entities own and manage 445 million acres (180.1 million hectares) made up of private corporate ownership (147.4 million acres or 59.2 million hectares) and private non-corporate ownership (297.6 million acres or 120.4 million hectares). 445,000,000 acres translates into 695,312 square miles; a landmass almost three times the size of France. If this land were taxed at $125 an acre, it would contribute $55,625,000,000.00 every year. It would also break up the Corporations and politicians death grip on Americans; as well as a
  7. Land Barons, Billionaires and Property Taxes To fully understand what you are about to read you will need to familiarize yourself with the Old World political system prior to the French Revolution, as these same conditions now exist in most of the United States. I recommend reading The Ancien Regime and the Revolution by Alexis De Tocqueville. Regional Timberland Ownership Profiles Of the 455.9 million acres of timberland within the 32-state study area, 335.5 million acres (74%) are privately-owned while only 120.4 million acres (26%) are publicly-owned.
  8. And Weyerhaeuser turned itself into a real-estate company. Wait till you figure out how all this plays into the housing crash 2007
  9. Land Barons, Billionaires and Property Taxes To fully understand what you are about to read you will need to familiarize yourself with the Old World political system prior to the French Revolution, as these same conditions now exist in most of the United States. I recommend reading The Ancien Regime and the Revolution by Alexis De Tocqueville. Regional Timberland Ownership Profiles Of the 455.9 million acres of timberland within the 32-state study area, 335.5 million acres (74%) are privately-owned while only 120.4 million acres (26%) are publicly-owned.
  10. Land Barons, Billionaires and Property Taxes To fully understand what you are about to read you will need to familiarize yourself with the Old World political system prior to the French Revolution, as these same conditions now exist in most of the United States. I recommend reading The Ancien Regime and the Revolution by Alexis De Tocqueville. Regional Timberland Ownership Profiles Of the 455.9 million acres of timberland within the 32-state study area, 335.5 million acres (74%) are privately-owned while only 120.4 million acres (26%) are publicly-owned.
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