We’re always happy when people write articles about the FAIRtax. Keeping the FAIRtax in the public discussion is critical to getting it passed. Unfortunately, authors who aren’t really familiar with the FAIRtax often get things wrong.
This usually happens when an author is trying to present a “fair and balanced” picture of the FAIRtax by discussing its pros and cons. They feel the need to have roughly as many cons as pros so they feel like they’re being thorough and impartial. In this week’s FAIRtax Power Radio, the Guys offer some gentle correction to the authors of two such articles who slipped off the rails a bit when discussing what they see as cons of the FAIRtax.