A new issue of More than a paycheck, NWTRCC’s newsletter, is out. Contents include:
- “Relationships: When One is a WTR” — about “mixed marriages” in which one partner is a resister and the other one isn’t, and the challenges this can present. There’s a short bit from me in this article, and a photo of me and my sweetie on the cover.
- News on the just-released war tax resistance film Death and Taxes. You can find out more about the Death and Taxes film at NWTRCC’s website.
- News about war tax resistance actions like the South-East gathering coming up in Georgia; outreach at the Gandhi-King Conference on Peacemaking, the anarchist bookfares in Tacoma and Seattle, and the School of the Americas mobilization last month; and two upcoming nuclear weapons abolition events.
- Notes about a new war tax resistance counselors’ packet, the case of long-time Maine resister Frank Donnelly (who may be facing jail time for his resistance), the possibility that health savings accounts may be levied for back taxes, and some notes about how tax liens affect your credit rating.
- A report on ’s NWTRCC national gathering in Cleveland.
- Jason Rawn’s report from the New England war tax resistance gathering.