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“Given the benefits pets provide to our emotional and physical health, the time has come to include pet exemptions in the tax code.” – Actor-director Robert Davi
ACTON, CA – PetExemption.com founders Leo Grillo and Robert Davi are pleased that the Humanity and Pets Partnered Through the Years (“HAPPY”) Act was introduced last week in the U.S. House of Representative. The legislation introduced by Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) is a federal bill that would reward pet owners by allowing them to deduct up to $3,500 for pet care costs, including veterinary services.
Leo Grillo has been at the forefront of animal welfare for more than 30 years, and his sanctuary, D.E.L.T.A. Rescue, has more animals than the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Humane Society of the United States
combined.20It is the largest animal sanctuary in the world and the first no-kill, care-for-life sanctuary.
Actor-Director Robert Davi, best known for his roles in ,” “License to Kill,” “The Goonies,” and “Profiler,” and directing the award-winning movie “The Dukes.” Davi first wrote about the Pet Exemption in the Washington Times in April 2009. “Every city in America spends tens of millions of taxpayer dollars on programs for abandoned animals. Like many government-funded programs, they overspend and underperform. By contrast, a tax exemption for pets would add to the education and rescue efforts and bring an added incentive to responsible prospective pet owners… Let's begin a national dialogue on this issue.”
Photo: Atlas, Jon Voight and Robert Davi at the RNC
And then on Sunday at 7pm I am thrilled to sit down with Dave Gaubatz, author of the blockbuster book, Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld that's Conspiring to Islamize America by David Gaubatz. His latest book has ripped the mask off of Muslim Brotherhood front CAIR. Dave is one of our bravest. His people captured the video of the shariah child beatings and sexual abuse at the Al Farroq mosque here. And his attempt to attend the Islamic Society of North America conference in DC -- the Islamists tried to set Gaubatz up (here).
You can listen live here.
Now, get ready for an undercover exposé even more daring -- a six-month penetration of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations that resulted in the collection of thousands of pages of smoking-gun documents from this terror-supporting front group for the dangerous, mob-like Muslim Brotherhood.
This is what Muslim Mafia delivers.
It has all the elements of a top-flight mystery novel, but the situations and conversations are real. The book's frightening allegations are supported by more than 12,000 pages of confidential CAIR documents and hundreds of hours of video captured in an unprecedented undercover operation.
This trail of information reveals the seditious and well-funded efforts of the Brotherhood under the nonprofit guise of CAIR to support the international jihad against the U.S.
intern Chris Gaubatz as he courageously gains the trust of CAIR's inner
sanctum, working undercover as a devoted convert to Islam, and blows
the whistle on the entire factory fueling the wave of homegrown
terrorism now plaguing America.
Four House Republicans are accusing CAIR of trying to plant spies based on Gaubatz's book.