Columnist Andrew Fiala says taxation leaves us cold. Voting warms the heart. The Fourth of July is fun. But no one celebrates tax day or pledges allegiance to the IRS. The country might benefit from a rebranded tax system.
Columnist Andrew Fiala says taxation leaves us cold. Voting warms the heart. The Fourth of July is fun. But no one celebrates tax day or pledges allegiance to the IRS. The country might benefit from a rebranded tax system. Kurt Strazdins Tribune News Service file illustration
Columnist Andrew Fiala says taxation leaves us cold. Voting warms the heart. The Fourth of July is fun. But no one celebrates tax day or pledges allegiance to the IRS. The country might benefit from a rebranded tax system. Kurt Strazdins Tribune News Service file illustration

Couldn’t we find a better way to collect taxes?

April 15, 2016 10:58 AM

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About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.