Jen Fritz writes:
\"Yesterday, PC World posted an Article titled \"Does Shopping Online Cheat
Your Library\". While the only appearance of the word \"library\" occurs in
the title, the article is smattered with the concept of public services
being slashed based on the lack of revenues achieved by taxation.
\"New figures showing roaring online retail sales spell trouble ahead for
the sales tax revenues that help fund vital local services like police,
firefighters, and school teachers, advocates for U.S. state and local
\"He said only five states without any sales tax are unaffected by the
explosion in Internet commerce.\"
\"Shafroth cites a study showing states would sacrifice a total $13 billion
in sales taxes by the year 2004.\"
\"\'That\'s a lot of policemen and firemen and teachers and classrooms,\'