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Travis you took the tax money the county received in a given time period and calculated what it would have received if the tax rate had been 1% greater for the same period. This assumed the demand for the goods and services is inelastic and would not have changed due to the small increase…

Hi taxed enough. The following is part of the court’s Opinion in Cohen v. California. “This does not end the inquiry, of course, for the First and Fourteenth Amendments have never been thought to give absolute protection to every individual to speak whenever or wherever he pleases, or to …

Hi Travis. Do you have a presentation for yours and Doug Beaty’s plan, similar to the “Warren County Sales Tax Distribution Presentation - 09.05.2019”, which is on the Warren County website. Can you show the figures that would support your statement that a family of 3 -anywhere in the ent…

Maven. Say what, if that’s your question. Then no matter what you think, that’s a hint. Go and reread your posts. If you’re unable to figure it out you are not the intellectual you believe yourself to be. Just saying!



Who, 20 years ago, said we'd never see snow today?



Hey Maven, right after you say your not sure if anyone ever has, You did exactly what you said you’re not sure has happened. A bit of a conundrum. Yes, no?



Gee Bleeb with your claim of studying the topic of global warming/climate change for twenty years. You seemed to have overlooked the fifth grade math concept of averages and its relationship to the view of global warming.



Travis is there a website that shows an analysis of the distribution of this increase in sales tax? Because your statement that GF will get over $20 for every $5 the wealthiest Towns will see and the wealthy will get $8 for every $1 the GF resident receives on the existing sales tax re-di…

Gee Travis, you make it sound a like a redistribution of wealth scheme, especially when you say “the more valuable the real estate, the bigger cut you get”. Take a penny from the many to give a dollar to the few. Who’s going to miss a penny?



Nice try on the misdirection Doug. As I read it, the pool of money from the 1% increase in sales tax is going to the schools to lower the required amount of school tax collected to cover the school’s budget. My figures only relate to the Lake George school district and were slanted in you…

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