It's a fact of life that super rich people in the United States don't pay the taxes they're supposed to by doing all kinds of loop-hole-ish stuff. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/30/b...vate-tax-system-saves-them-billions.html?_r=1 What do you think can be done to stop them? Keeping in mind that I am not economically smart, I was thinking couldn't it all be avoided with an income ceiling or an asset ceiling or something? All the money you make over [decided number] just automatically converted to 100% tax dollars. I personally don't think there's a man alive who deserves more than 1 billion dollars. There's literally nothing you should be able to do or contribute to earn that. No one is worth that much. Or is that an opinion that most don't share with me (honest question)? Or how about an aggressive imprisonment movement. Literally hunt down every single one of these guys and lock them up. New CEOs take over, pull the same shtick, lock them up. Start a War On Tax Evasion and treat it like it's a War On Drugs. Convert the DEA to the TEA and put mandatory minimum sentences on that ..... I've heard it said that removing our lobbying system would make it so that congressmen no longer have incentives to shelter these criminals and secretly defend their actions. Do you suppose that is so? Like I said, I'm not smart about this kind of stuff-- but I do like thinking about it. I'd like to hear what you guys think about it even more.