It is not generally known that John Birch (left), a Christian missionary in China from 1940-45, led Doolittle and many other survivors of the Tokyo raid back to safety after they had been forced to parachute from their bombers behind Japanese lines on the China mainland. See the 10-minute video, The Adventures of Captain John Birch (also posted at the bottom of this article) for a brief account of John Birch’s role in rescuing Doolittle’s Raiders.
Speaking in Milwaukee on February 15, President Obama, re-ignited a controversy on “global taxation” set off by his top economic adviser during comments on the administration’s budget on Monday.
Gene Sperling, Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of President Obama’s National Economic Council (NEC), caused a commotion this week with his statement that the Obama administration favors “a global minimum tax.” Sperling’s comment, captured by C-SPAN cameras, was soon spread across the blogosphere in numerous YouTube postings (watch below).
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Mr. Sperling’s endorsement of a “a global minimum tax” has caused many people to look again at the repeated warnings issued by writers in The New American about various schemes and proposals in the pipeline for global taxation. (See, for example here, here, here, and here.)