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Arvin Vohra on Tax Reform

Libertarian candidate for President; Libertarian Party Vice-Chair

 


End welfare & other programs, and then abolish income tax

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Higher taxes on the wealthy"?

A: Strongly oppose. I support ending all welfare, including government schools, charter schools, vouchers, and other forms of educational welfare, and abolishing the income tax entirely. If elected, I will sponsor legislation to dismantle the welfare state and cut taxes accordingly.

Source: OnTheIssues interview of 2018 Maryland Senate candidate , Mar 30, 2018

UK should cut taxes and cut regulations

Hong Kong shows that even a tiny island with slightly less government than its surroundings can become an economic powerhouse. The UK has the incredible opportunity to become Europe's Hong Kong. It must first reject any bad trade deals with the EU. The EU's "free trade" is nonsense. It is, in fact, highly closed trade. It's free trade and movement of labor within Europe, in exchange for massive restrictions on trade and movement of labor from outside of Europe.

The UK should seek trade relationships with productive economies like the U.S., not with Europe's hubs of laziness and socialism. Second, it must reduce its own regulation and taxes. It can become a place that attracts and keeps entrepreneurs and innovative businesses, instead of repelling them as it does now.

If the UK remains courageous, rejects restrictive trade deals with nonproductive countries, refuses to bail out foreign nations, and lowers its own taxes and regulations, it can become to Europe what Hong Kong became to China.

Source: 2018 Maryland Senatorial campaign website VoteVohra.com , Jun 30, 2016

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