As happens every year in the run up to Tax Day, war tax resistance starts getting more news coverage. Here’s a roundup of recent news and blog posts on the subject:
- Peg Morton and Susan Cundiff, Using the Tax Return to Protest War (interview on the Jefferson Exchange public radio show)
- The image isn’t about WTR, but Susan Cundiff also won CodePink’s widely promoted Shareable Images Contest!
- David Gross, Comprehensive Disobedience: Occupying the Sharing Economy in Spain (on the Spanish tax resistance movement, a sharing-based economy, and implications for US war tax resistance)
- Jack Payden-Travers, The Tax Dilemma (on choosing to withhold $10.40 annually from his income tax payment)
- Jack Payden-Travers, Tax Quandary (audio and text of segment on public radio, also on withholding $10.40)
- William Ruhaak, What would Jesus do about paying taxes for war? (in Pax Christi blog)
- Ed Hedemann’s post on this very blog, War Resistance Means Declaring ‘Not One More Dollar’ was shared on Popular Resistance.
- NWTRCC is also generating its own news. The April/May newsletter has just been released and it’s packed full of interesting and engaging news on our movement.
- On March 27, we held a War Tax Resistance for a Better World Google Hangout! Watch the panel discussion with three war tax resisters!
Additions after initial publication:
- Daniel Sicken’s letter to the editor
- David Hartsough’s article, What if they gave a war and nobody paid, originally published in Waging Nonviolence, was republished in Tikkun.
Did we miss something? Add more links in the comments!