President Trump’s proposed 2017 budget includes over $60 billion in new defense spending, paid for by gutting a myriad of other federal programs, including food stamps, science and cultural programming. If you don’t share the President’s spending priorities, you can grouse about it to your representative in Congress, you can emigrate to Canada, or you can bide your time and hope things get better in the next election. But, there’s another, riskier alternative. You could just refuse to pay for the military buildup when you file your federal income taxes. The National War Tax Resistance Committee offers support and advice to people who conscientiously object to paying their taxes. We have three tax resisters with us now. Jerry Chernow joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing in the studio, and Paula Rogge and Lincoln Rice join Brian by phone.