Holiday Notes

| Federal Income Tax, History

We’ll take a blog break next week and come back with a post on January 7. In the meantime, I wanted to draw your attention toward some war resistance and war tax resistance thoughts:

  • Illustrated_London_News_-_Christmas_Truce_1914

    Painting showing soldiers standing around near a tiny Christmas tree during the Christmas Truce of 1914. Published in the Illustrated London News, January 9, 1915. Public domain picture from Wikipedia (click image for link).

    This Christmas marks the 100th anniversary of the Christmas Truce of World War I. Learn more about the Christmas Truce.

  • Hanukkah comes to an end this evening. If you haven’t read it already, check out Larry Rosenwald’s thoughts on Judaism, social justice, and war tax resistance.
  • Are you thinking of starting war tax resistance in 2015, or changing how you do war tax resistance? Now is the time to make your choices. Check out this blog post from last year with some practical thoughts and links, or this post on tiny ways to start war tax resistance.

Best wishes for a happy, more peaceful, and more just New Year.

Post by Erica