What is the Taxpayer Network?
The Taxpayer Network is a non-profit public benefit corporation organized under Section 501c (4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Its goal is to educate the public about the policies and policy-makers involved in issues of taxation, spending and regulation of the economy. Taxpayer Network uses television, radio, direct mail and the internet to communicate its messages.
The traditional American way of life has been under attack for a number of years. And today, more than ever, the American Dream is in grave danger.
Governments at all levels continue their efforts to become larger; spend more of the taxpayers’ hard-earned money, and become ever more intrusive in people’s lives.
These same governments shun oversight; resent criticism, and retaliate against being held accountable by the same taxpayers that pay their salaries and support their extravagances.
The Taxpayer Network is a group of like-minded individuals who want to educate the public that these policies are heading the nation in a direction that is disastrous for families, business and country.
The Taxpayer Network will be a voice for taxpayers everywhere who cannot be heard in the current climate of increasing taxes and regulation.
The Taxpayer Network will:
- Educate the public about government waste and the lack of accountability and the failed economic policies of over taxation and regulation.
- Create a network of activists to collectively voice opposition to tax increases and attacks on the country’s traditional way of life.
- Use various media applications to educate citizens about the advantages of lower taxes and a sound economy.
- Monitor the performance of government officials at all levels and publicize activities of government including legislative records of elected, appointed and all public officials at every level of government regarding their positions on key issues in order to encourage the public to contact these officials and ask them to adopt positions in line with mainstream taxpayers and opposing waste, over taxation and regulation in pending legislation and/or regulatory policies.