Over recent decades, the share of federal revenues coming from individual income plus payroll taxes has grown, while the share coming from corporate taxes and other revenues has fallen. https://t.co/D106Ifo9j4

Over recent decades, the share of federal revenues coming from individual income plus payroll taxes has grown, while the share coming from corporate taxes and other revenues has fallen. https://t.co/D106Ifo9j4 #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 30, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“Repatriation of Rohingya to Myanmar is both the most necessary solution to the Rohingya crisis & the most controversial. Not a question of whether Rohingya should be able to return to their homes; it is a question of when & under what conditions.” https://t.co/257doK2B3k

"Repatriation of Rohingya to Myanmar is both the most necessary solution to the Rohingya crisis & the most controversial. Not a question of whether Rohingya should be able to return to their homes; it is a question of when & under what conditions." #Peace https://t.co/257doK2B3k— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 29, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“From about the 1930s through about the 1960s, the tax rate averaged about 70%. At times it was up as high as 95%, and those were actually pretty good years for growth,” Erik Brynjolfsson, the director of the MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy. https://t.co/pAd0bD6TSn

“From about the 1930s through about the 1960s, the tax rate averaged about 70%. At times it was up as high as 95%, and those were actually pretty good years for growth,” Erik Brynjolfsson, the director of the MIT’s Initiative on the Digital Economy. #Peace https://t.co/pAd0bD6TSn— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 29, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

When are we going to start paying attention to the biggest threat to our national security, i.e., White Supremacist terrorists? It is about time we get our priorities right. Wall or no wall, the white supremacy terrorism is festering. https://t.co/v7pBwdYicz

When are we going to start paying attention to the biggest threat to our national security, i.e., White Supremacist terrorists? It is about time we get our priorities right. Wall or no wall, the white supremacy terrorism is festering. https://t.co/v7pBwdYicz #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 23, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

The emolument clause does not prohibit this kind of meddling with our politics. Recusal should be introduced in the legislative branches of our government. https://t.co/HNoVBbeqMi via @OpenSecretsDC

The emolument clause does not prohibit this kind of meddling with our politics. Recusal should be introduced in the legislative branches of our government. https://t.co/HNoVBbeqMi via @OpenSecretsDC #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 17, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“More troubling has been the relative silence of dozens of Muslim-majority countries, many of which have looked away as China cracks down. The reluctance of these countries — including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan.” https://t.co/odKXX8MyJp

"More troubling has been the relative silence of dozens of Muslim-majority countries, many of which have looked away as China cracks down. The reluctance of these countries — including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan." https://t.co/odKXX8MyJp #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 15, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“In military parlance, walls are delaying obstacles. They can slow down the attacker and in best-case scenarios deter them from attacking in the first place by making the effort not worth the reward. But no historical wall has proven impregnable.” https://t.co/jWQzQEJ25q

"In military parlance, walls are delaying obstacles. They can slow down the attacker and in best-case scenarios deter them from attacking in the first place by making the effort not worth the reward. But no historical wall has proven impregnable." https://t.co/jWQzQEJ25q #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 15, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“Americans must study their history of involvement in the Middle East w/ critical eyes. There are moments when the US has served as a force for good, or at least aspired to. But there are many chapters where the US has fallen short significantly.” https://t.co/co8XLtDJuM

"Americans must study their history of involvement in the Middle East w/ critical eyes. There are moments when the US has served as a force for good, or at least aspired to. But there are many chapters where the US has fallen short significantly." https://t.co/co8XLtDJuM #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 15, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

“Governments keep coming back to walls for two reasons: Walls make some people feel secure, and it’s often much easier to build a wall than it is to solve a problem through law or politics.” https://t.co/WjglH3MZeA

"Governments keep coming back to walls for two reasons: Walls make some people feel secure, and it’s often much easier to build a wall than it is to solve a problem through law or politics." https://t.co/WjglH3MZeA #Peace— Imran Ghumman (@JusticenFaith) January 11, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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