do you think that taxes should be applied to churches?
like any other business , should a church pay taxes as their income in many cases is higher then most businesses and not everyone is religious so why sould everyone pay taxes but not a religion.
YES!!! 99% income tax! Moreover, it is fraud and therefore must be prohibited by law.
If we could get those top 2% to pay their fair share we wouldn't really need to ask that ?
Any church that gets involved in politics should pay taxes. They are either in or they are out.
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