Federal funding

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Federal funding is funding provided to an entity by the Federal Government. Entities which accept federal funding often have a conflict of interest when it comes to issues dealing with the government, because they don't want to lose their funding. Of course all federal funding comes originally from taxation. (See Essay:Tax is theft). Insidious forms of federal funding include:

. A type of socialist fascism

  • Tax-exempt religious institutions. Hypocritical "tax and spend" liberals would argue that allowing tax exempt status for churches "is equivalent to receiving the same amount in federal funding". However, many conservatives and libertarians would see it as the Feds "not yet stealing money from churches."
  • Tax credits to private citizens. Hypocritical "tax and spend" liberals would argue that allowing tax credits to private citizens "is equivalent to receiving the same amount in federal funding". However, many conservatives and libertarians would see it as the Feds "returning a small portion of the 28% plus of income money they steal from citizens since the 1913 creation of the income tax.


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