There’s a new issue of More Than a Paycheck, NWTRCC’s newsletter. In this issue:
- The lead story concerns Frank Donnelly, a war tax resister from Maine who pled guilty to tax evasion charges and is due to receive prison time. It is rare for a war tax resister to face criminal charges. In this case, Donnelly resisted by working in the underground economy and underreporting his income. The IRS seems to be treating it as an ordinary tax evasion case.
- Some notes on tax law and IRS enforcement policy changes.
- International news including a note on the World Council of Churches policy on war tax resistance, war tax resistance in Canada, and the upcoming International Conference on War Tax Resistance and Peace Tax Campaigns in Norway .
- Obits for recently-deceased war tax resisters Dennis Brutus, George Willoughby, and Lillian Willoughby.
- An announcement of the upcoming NWTRCC national gathering coming up in in Tuscon, and a call for nominations to fill positions opening up on the Administrative Committee.
- A report on the first Southeast Gathering of War Tax Resisters held over the New Year holiday.