What Bible School Taught Me About Taxes

One of my first lessons in economics and politics came from an unlikely place—vacation Bible school.
I must have been about six or seven. For a week, I went to church to learn with other children my age about our faith and the Church.
Throughout the week we had the opportunity to earn stickers. For things like good behavior, helping the teachers, participating, and playing games, we received small happy face stickers. At the end of the week, we could “spend” these stickers at their store—exchanging what we’d earned for trinkets. (It’s amazing what a second grader will do for a plastic

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