• Internet sales and invisible taxes

    One of the arguments deployed by proponents of taxing Internet sales is that such taxes would not be “new.”  No one is paying the tax right now, so the observable real-world effect upon consumers would be a new tax bill, | Read More »

  • Internet taxation without representation

    Senator Jim DeMint is strongly opposed to the Marketplace Fairness Act, which is the bill that would allow states to begin taxing Internet sales.  On Monday, DeMint’s blog published a comprehensive indictment of the MFA, assembling documentation from numerous sources | Read More »