Aloha Corporations, Pay Your Taxes! By Michael McIntee | February 27, 2011 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Hawaii Subscribe to Hawaii Follow this author US Uncut rally in Hawaii Why are states such as Wisconsin facing budget problems? One of the contributing factors is corporate tax dodging. According to a congressional report, nearly two-thirds of US corporations do not pay Federal income taxes. While some of these corporations are small businesses that pay other taxes, some of them are large corporations with more than $1 trillion in revenue. For example, Bank of America paid zero dollars in income tax in 2009. US Uncut is s a grassroots movement organized solely through word of mouth and social media that protests the fact that corporations aren’t paying their fair share in taxes, which leads to cuts in valuable public services. On Saturday all across the country, including Hawaii, people came out to draw attention to corporations that do not pay income taxes as well as show their solidarity with the public employees of Wisconsin. Governor Scott Walker is trying to take away collective bargaining rights for Wisconsin employees. Photos and video here provided by Darin Padula. More photos permalinkUS Uncut rally in Hawaii permalinkUncut America demonstration in Hawaii permalinkUncut America demonstration in Hawaii permalinkAmazing group of civics minded students from the Waldorf school deserve MAD respect. It was hot, it was hectic, and too many people were too busy to help them help us. Not USUncut Hawaii- the children are our future, help us help them lead the way!