All current Tax Codes and Tax Laws are hereby repealed.
Every individual earning at least $30,000.00 annually will pay 20% income tax through flat payroll deductions, or quarterly amounts due on January 2nd, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st.
Mortgage, vehicle and credit card interest will be the only individual deductions.
Every corporation earning at least $30,000.00 will pay 20% income tax.
Those corporations earning $50,000.00 and above will pay 30% income tax.
There will be no corporate tax deductions, exemptions, or credits.
Religious and charitable organizations will pay 10% income tax.
All firearms will be licensed and owners will be required to take and pass an NRA-administered Firearm Safety Course for each firearm that they own, at their own expense.
One firearm-related conviction will result in automatic, permanent license revocation.
Discrimination on the basis of any class or category whatsoever is prohibited.
Election of the President and Vice-President
The Electoral College is hereby dissolved.
Election to these offices will be by majority of the national popular vote.
Individual state or territorial political party primaries or cauci are hereby prohibited.
A universal primary election will be held on the same date in all states and territories.
Each registered voter may vote only once for any national presidential ticket.
The option of “None of the Above,” will be allowed.
If “None of the Above,” receives the majority of votes, all candidates on tickets receiving lesser votes will be disqualified and a second universal primary election will be held within 60 days, for which none of the candidates on the tickets that received lesser votes will be eligible to run for the office they ran for in the previous election.
During the 60 day second election period and until the inauguration of the newly elected ticket, the current President and Vice-President will remain in office.
Upon the election of the new President and Vice-President, the current Vice-President and President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives will immediately call a Joint Session of Congress to session in no more than 24 hours and will announce the results of the election.
The newly-elected President and Vice-President will take office at 12:00 Noon on the 75th day after their election has been announced in the Joint Session of Congress.
Campaign Spending Reform
No presidential or vice-presidential candidate or ticket will solicit, receive, or spend more than fifty million dollars for campaign or election purposes from the time they announce their candidacy until the announcement of the new President and Vice-President during the Joint Session of Congress called to announce the election results.
No candidate for the Senate will solicit, receive, or spend more than ten million dollars for campaign or election purposes from the time they announce their candidacy until the announcement of the results of their election race.
No candidate for the House of Representatives will solicit, receive, or spend more than five million dollars for campaign or election purposes from the time they announce their candidacy until the announcement of the results of their election race.