Dan Behrman

Dan Behrman
Taxation without representation. The battle cry of many during the early revolutionary days of our
nation’s founding and the thought that it was the primary reasoning for launching the act of defiance
that we all know today as the “Boston Tea Party.” But it goes much deeper than that. The colonists were
fed up with having to pay for the French and Indian wars the British were fighting, that in no way
represented their interests, being taxed at increasing rates for common goods they used, and having a
premium placed on items that were considered “luxuries.” Fast forward more than two hundred years
later and here we stand having our pocketbooks raided by greedy hands as we watch the latest in
bomber technologies fly into lands for no explicable reasoning other than a nebulous statement and
falsified fears. We scrimp by for necessities, and the simplest of pleasures comes with an ever-increasing
price tag. But things are great again right?
This week’s guest on The Malliard Report has had enough. Enough of the way things are ran, enough of
people being treated as if they are property, and enough of people being unable to live a life that truly
fulfills who they are called to be. This week to the show, Jim welcomes the head of the “Taxation is
Theft” movement, presidential candidate, and advocate for pineapple on pizza, Dan Taxation Is Theft
(yes, he legally had his middle name changed) Behrman.
“Dan Behrman is an international speaker, promoting the ideas that Taxation Is Theft,
that individual freedom is paramount to the government, and that we are not government property. He
is the founder of the Taxation Is Theft Shop, and host of the Taxation Is Theft Podcast Dan was born in
Los Angeles, California and worked successfully as a video producer and editor for commercial and non-
profit organizations and celebrities. He is also a software engineer who has worked with multi-million
dollar international startups and Fortune 500 companies. In his career he has never found a problem too
big to solve, recognizing that the best solution is often the simplest. He is a supporter of free markets,
individual rights, environmental and social issues, and has delivered this message to 6 continents,
empowering people in some of the world’s most impoverished nations. As a digital nomad, he is
currently running his presidential campaign from Cancun, Mexico. As president, he seeks to transform
the federal government into one that interacts with its citizens on a purely voluntary basis, so that we
can be free from the coercive nature of abusive taxation and regulation”
Dan’s platform is certainly one of the people, for the people and worth researching for yourself. You can
keep up with Dan Behrman ‘s campaign, donate, purchase merchandise, and find links to all social media at
behrman2020.com. For the latest on all things Malliard, head over to malliard.com to find past shows,