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Jansen speech against a “Carry Tax” on Cash at the Austrian Scholars Conference, Mises Institute

Jansen speech against a “Carry Tax” on Cash at the Austrian Scholars Conference, Mises Institute March 14, 2009 The Carry Tax Proposal: Back from the Dead J. Bradley Jansen ASC Panel: Applied Economics (first few seconds cut off) [Audio here] ASC Panel: Applied Economics. Recorded 14 March 2009 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in […]

CFPHR comments to the Internal Revenue Service Concerning Secondary Use of Tax Preparation Data

CFPHR comments to the Internal Revenue Service Concerning Secondary Use of Tax Preparation Data (on Notice 2005-93 and REG-137243-02) March 8, 2006

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Jansen Moderates a Panel at Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference 2011 Computers Freedom Privacy Conference 2011-Privacy Policies from Monique Altheim on Vimeo. Jansen on RT about Ron Paul as Monetary Policy Chairman Jansen testimony to DC Council on gun registration Written testimony and video available here) Jansen on Bureaucrash on Heller Gun Case Liberal Economists, […]

Why do governments hate money?

Why do governments hate money? By J. Bradley Jansen January 14, 2002 Why do governments hate money? What people want from their money is a good store of value, medium of exchange, unit of measurement and universal acceptance-without it tracking their movements for Big Brother. Private markets used to provide good commodity money before governments […]

Big Brother’s Money

Big Brother’s Money J. Bradley Jansen July 12, 2001 A few years ago, Marvin Goodfriend, a senior Federal Reserve official, proposed a “carry tax” on cash under certain conditions. The idea was to impose a tax on dollar bills using the magnetic strip as a tracking device to tabulate the tax. The suggestion was criticized […]

CFPHR joins National Real ID Public Education Campaign

Click Here to open: CFPHR joins National Real ID Public Education Campaign May 1, 2007. Electronic Privacy Information Center FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 1, 2007 Contact: Melissa Ngo Director, EPIC Identification and Surveillance Project (202) 483-1140 ext. 123 ngo AT epic.org FORTY-THREE GROUPS ANNOUNCE NATIONAL REAL ID PUBLIC CAMPAIGN WASHINGTON, DC - Today, 43 organizations […]

CFPHR Joins LCCR Letter to Rep. Allen on REAL ID

LCCR Letter to Rep. Allen on REAL ID Advocacy Letter - 02/26/07 Source: Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Recipient: Rep. Tom Allen The Honorable Tom Allen United States House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Representative Allen: On behalf of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR), the nation’s oldest, largest, and most diverse civil […]

Jansen Senate Testimony Against Driver’s Licenses as National IDs

Statement by J. Bradley Jansen, Free Congress Foundation ”A License to Break the Law? Protecting the Integrity of Driver’s Licenses” hearing Senate Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring and the District of Columbia Committee on Government Affairs April 16, 2002 Oral prepared testimony here Questions and Answers here

Super Bowl Scandal

SUPER BOWL SCANDAL By J. Bradley Jansen February 6, 2002 Last Sunday, we were treated to an upset Super Bowl game that came down to the wire for a win (by the aptly-named for the times) New England Patriots football team. In addition to a great game, we were treated to the best advertisements in […]

Written Testimony of Ron Paul on Know Your Customer Regulations

Written Testimony of Ron Paul on Know Your Customer Regulations March 4, 1999 (J. Bradley Jansen was Ron Paul’s legislative staffer for these issues at the time) Testimony of Ron Paul Hearing on proposed “Know Your Customer” regulations Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee House Judiciary Committee U.S. House of Representatives March 4, 1999 Chairman Gekas, […]