Podcast #7: New War Tax Resisters

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Listen now: Podcast #7: Why and How I Became a War Tax Resister We’re happy to present today a series of interviews with brand new war tax resisters. These folks started their war tax resistance in the past year, spurred on by varying political circumstances and the need to take some sort of concrete action… Continue reading


Matthew Hoh – From the Military to WTR: Podcast #6

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This is episode 6 of the War Tax Talk podcast. Today, we hear former State Department official and Marine Corps officer Matthew Hoh’s speech to the May 2017 NWTRCC gathering in St. Louis, MO. Matt talks how he got into the military, how he eventually left the State Department when he no longer believed in… Continue reading


Podcast #4: Talking with Shane Claiborne

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Shane Claiborne is a Christian author and speaker, founder of the Simple Way community in Philadelphia, and war tax resister. In 2011, he announced his war tax resistance in articles that ran on major secular and Christian websites like Huffington Post and Christianity Today. In this interview, learn the surprising way the IRS responded to his resistance… Continue reading


Podcast #3: Reflections of Experienced War Tax Resisters

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Long-time war tax resisters Shirley Whiteside, Juanita Nelson, Randy Kehler, Betty Winkler, and Beth Seberger share their histories of resistance and their motivations in this collection of interviews. Listen to Reflections of Experienced War Tax Resisters. Subscribe to the podcast feed by adding http://feeds.feedburner.com/WarTaxTalkPodcast to your RSS reader. We are also now on iTunes as… Continue reading


Podcast #2: War Resistance Beyond the Rally

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Hear from the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee and executive directors from two of its affiliates, Maria Santelli from the Center on Con­science and War and Jack Payden-Travers from the Nation­al Cam­paign for a Peace Tax Fund. Panelists discuss their ap­proaches to war resis­tance that go be­yond the anti­war march and rally to indi­vidual… Continue reading