My first guest on the Tami Jackson Show* tonight will be Steven L. Hays.

Steven L. Hayes graduated with honors from the University of Arkansas and the University of San Francisco Law School.

As a self-described “recovering” tax attorney he spent considerable time and resources investigating alternatives to the income tax. Based on his research, including interviewing tax practitioners, business owners, employees and economists, he determined the best solution was to eliminate the income tax and the IRS and replace them with a national retail sales tax collected by the states.

In 1990, Mr. Hayes joined and became President of Citizens For An Alternative Tax System (CATS), a non-profit 501(c)(4) lobbying organization, which was the first organization dedicated to the idea of replacing the federal income tax with a national sales tax.

He was also instrumental in forming the Florida FairTax® Educational Association, Inc., (FFETA) and currently serves on the FFETA board of directors.

Hayes has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows, had numerous articles published in newspapers and magazines, and regularly speaks to groups of citizens around the country about why we must eliminate the income tax and the IRS and replace them with a national retail sales tax.

Steve is the Chairman and President at  and we’ll discuss all that is going on with Trump/Congress’ pending tax reforms in the budget, tax reform/cut package of legislation and AHCA legislation.

Will these reforms take hold or will the media/Democrat Party thwart any and all efforts in Congress and the Executive to push forward the President’s legislative agenda with the current controversy regarding Russia?

Don’t miss this conversation with the “rest of the story” vis-à-vis “the Fair Tax.”


My second guest will be ADF VP Kristen K. Waggoner.

Kristen K. Waggoner serves as senior vice president of US legal advocacy, general counsel – Arizona, with Alliance Defending Freedom. In this role, Waggoner supervises a team of more than 50 attorneys and legal staff who specialize in constitutional law and focus on religious freedom, sanctity of life, and marriage and family. Waggoner joined Alliance Defending Freedom in 2013.

Waggoner has extensive experience in civil litigation, employment, education, nonprofit, and constitutional law. After clerking with Washington Supreme Court Justice Richard B. Sanders and interning with U.S. Representative Linda Smith, Waggoner joined Ellis, Li & McKinstry, a Seattle law firm, where she became a partner in 2004. At ELM, Waggoner participated as counsel in hundreds of legal matters including constitutional cases such as Andersen v. King County (same-sex marriage), Stormans v. Wiesman (pharmacists’ conscience rights), State v. Arlene’s Flowers (floral designer’s right not to participate in same-sex marriage), State ex rel Gallwey v. Grimm (financial aid to religious university students), and State v. Hamlin (clergy-penitent privilege). Waggoner’s clients primarily included private schools and universities, churches, denominations, and other nonprofit organizations, and she served on the firm’s management, compensation, pro bono, and hiring committees.

Waggoner is Peer Review Rated AV® Preeminent™ in Martindale-Hubbell. Washington Law & Politics selected her as a “Rising Star” for many years and she is a sought-after national speaker on legal and cultural issues. She has made numerous media appearances including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Times, the Seattle Times, BBC News, CNN, CBS Sunday Morning, and ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, as well as appearances on Fox News and other networks.

Since 2000, Waggoner has served as an adjunct faculty member at Northwest University at the undergraduate and master’s levels. She is currently a member of Northwest University’s board of trustees.

Waggoner earned her J.D. from Regent University School of Law, graduating cum laude. Waggoner also served as the internal managing editor for the Regent Law Review. She earned her BA from Northwest University. Waggoner is admitted to practice in Washington, Oregon, Arizona, and Florida, and is admitted to many federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kristen and I will cover a number of cases including Don Vander Boon/West Michigan Beef Company v. the USDACal State–San Marcos gives $300,000 to Gender Equity and LGBTQA Centers, $0 to Students for LifeKentucky appeals court upholds victory for printer, deals blow to govt coercion and more!

This will be a great conversation with one of America’s foremost religious liberty litigators!

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