I’m back! The people of Tultepec really know how to have a good time. I’ve had a wonderful vacation of fireworks and food and more Virgins of Guadalupe than I could count. I don’t think I thought about taxes the whole time I was south-of-the-border.
But now it’s back to work. is coming up, and along with it my recap of , and is a little more than a month away, so tax resistance news will be coming in fast like so many buscapies from a Tultepec megatorito.
For , though, just a handful of quick updates — low-hanging fruit from my underpruned email tree:
- Got a radio station? Want to help promote the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee as approaches? The IMC Radio Network has a series of public service announcements that you can use.
- The fairly timid war tax resistance proposal that was put before the recent United for Peace and Justice National Assembly (see The Picket Line ) did in fact pass, and so UFPJ will be publicizing phone tax resistance specifically, and other forms of war tax resistance, and will call for protest actions.
- Hey, whaddya know? Henry David Thoreau has a blog.
- Jesse Walker from Reason has a good summary of the recent wave of non-violent resistance in the Middle East.