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  •  Better to go after his federal firearms license (4+ / 0-)
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    One of the media sources said that he sells guns.

    His church isn't tax-exempt.

    I suspect that he would be more up-in-arms (so to speak) if it were discovered that he is ineligible for the license that enables him to sell firearms.

    •  Churches are automatically (1+ / 0-)
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      tax exempt.  Unless he's affirmatively refused exemption, if it's a church it should be exempt.

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      by burrow owl on Sun Sep 13, 2009 at 06:27:26 PM PDT

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    •  Doubtless one of the same (2+ / 0-)
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      "media sources" that described the VFW convention in Phoenix as a "health care town hall".

      He sell fire alarms.

    •  He sells fire alarms. (2+ / 0-)
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      The idea he sells firearms seems to have been the result of someone mis-hearing an interview.
      However, he does seem to be overlapping his business with his "church" with possible legal and tax implications.

      http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/...

      Anyway, I started to ask Anderson about the fact that he lists the strip-mall address for his church as the address for his fire alarm business. This really seemed to set Anderson off, though he eventually admitted that his fire alarm business helps pay the rent on the church space, that his business receives mail there, and that he stores some business equipment there. Still, Anderson insisted that his business is run from his home.
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      I quizzed him on the fact that a certain state government entity has a listing for his church and for his business online, and that they both list the same address, though not the 2707 E. Southern Ave. address, which the church now inhabits.

      "It's the same address because that's my house," he advised me.

      Nae king! Nae quin! Nae laird! Nae master! We willnae be fooled again! -Battle cry of the Nac Mac Feegle (via Terry Pratchett)

      by fnord warrior on Sun Sep 13, 2009 at 09:58:17 PM PDT

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      •  oh, so now we know where he LIVES, eh...? (2+ / 0-)
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        Time for some oh-so-peaceful-and-quiet protesters to show up and walk up & down the sidewalk in front of his house with signs that say "supporter of domestic terrorism lives here" and suchlike.  

        Embarrass him in front of his neighbors.  

        •  I believe the address shown is the "church" (1+ / 0-)
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          located in a strip mall. The article said he had used his home address, but didn't give it:

          I quizzed him on the fact that a certain state government entity has a listing for his church and for his business online, and that they both list the same address, though not the 2707 E. Southern Ave. address, which the church now inhabits.

          Nae king! Nae quin! Nae laird! Nae master! We willnae be fooled again! -Battle cry of the Nac Mac Feegle (via Terry Pratchett)

          by fnord warrior on Mon Sep 14, 2009 at 11:13:16 AM PDT

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