The “Red, White & Lori Show” talked about the FairTax

Today, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Lori Hendry, on the "Red, White and Lori" radio show, on WWPR 1490 AM and streaming on the Internet. While we talked about taxes in general, we devoted a good deal of time to discussing the benefits of the FairTax.

In particular, I had the opportunity to explain the difference between the FairTax and a VAT. We also discussed why the idea of a Flat Income Tax was not workable.

As a regular contributor to the "Red, White and Lori Show", on the subject of taxes and the economy, I'll be on the program on an irregular basis, whenever the topic relates to taxes or the economy. That means that I'll be injecting more information about the FairTax, on future programs.

Also, Lori has some great guests lined up and more superb regular contributors. So you might want to tune in on Tuesdays, from noon to 1:00PM, by going to http://RedWhiteAndLori.com/ and clicking on the "Listen Live" button on that page.

If you're a FairTax supporter or you just don't know enough about the FairTax and want to know more, I encourage you to watch Lori's website, to find out when I'm going to be on and then listen in. Actually, listen in anyway.

By the way, I should point out that Lori has recently changed radio stations and there have been a couple of minor technical glitches that they are working on correcting. But don't let that stop you. It's a great program, with great guests.

Of course, if you really want to know more about the FairTax, then I strongly suggest that you pick up a copy of "The FairTax Book", "The Fair Tax: The Truth" and "The Rich Don't Pay Tax! …Or Do They?" All are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.

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