Creationists Have Sold Ark Encounter Again To Get a Tax Rebate Again

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Creationists Have Sold Ark Encounter Again To Get a Tax Rebate Again

Last week, we learned that Ken Ham and his team had sold the for-profit attraction to a non-profit entity they also owned, presumably to get out of paying a “safety fee” to the city of Williamstown. The cost of transfer was a mere $10, but the move triggered state officials to suspend the tourism-related tax rebate worth more than $18 million over the next decade.

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$18 rebate tax credit assumes

The $18 million rebate tax credit assumes anyone shows up at this ark thing which is the titanic of christian overconfidence and arrogance.

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