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His writing was a home run for me, it's the kind of stuff where if you repeat it here in the USA, people will think that you're crazy.

Winston wasn't trying to change you to be a PUA like other guys try to do.

I am brewing with hot topics in my head and want to write articles just like you.

I have so much to add to what you have to say; even my own ideas about life in general."I will admit Winston's analytical style in his writing is good, VERY GOOD.

It’s what other people pay, or don’t pay, that bothers them.Just over half (54%) of Americans surveyed in fall by Pew Research Center said they pay about the right amount in taxes considering what they get from the federal government, versus 40% who said they pay more than their fair share.But in a separate 2015 survey by the Center, some six-in-ten Americans said they were bothered a lot by the feeling that “some wealthy people” and “some corporations” don’t pay their fair share.In fiscal 2007, for instance, corporate taxes hit 0.2 billion (in current dollars), only to plunge to 8.2 billion in 2009 as businesses felt the impact of the Great Recession.Corporations also employ battalions of tax lawyers to find ways to reduce their tax bills, from running income through subsidiaries in low-tax foreign countries to moving overseas entirely, in what’s known as a corporate inversion (a practice the Treasury Department has moved to discourage).Our Community is free of politically correct claptrap and censorship. All are welcome who are genuine, sincere, open-minded, and in pursuit of truth and a better life.

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