No April Fools: From Mustache Comes Water in Rural India

On April 1, 2013, by AMI Staff

One year ago today, the Mustached American community led by the American Mustache Institute and renowned tax professor Dr. John Yeutter marched on Washington, D.C., in a globally recognized effort of heroism – the Million Mustache March – parading from the Capitol to the White House in support of the Stimulus To Allow Critical Hair Expenses [...]

H&R Block Delivers STACHE Act Campaign Proceeds to Millions From One

On August 1, 2012, by AMI Staff

On President’s Day 2012, the American Mustache Institute launched the “Million Mustache March” campaign seeking adoption of the Stimulus To Allow Critical Hair Expenses, or STACHE Act, which if adopted would provide a $250 annual tax deduction for people of facial hair. Stretching from that sunny Monday afternoon news conference on Capitol Hill until the [...]

George Mason Mustache Alliance Stumps For Stache Act

On April 25, 2012, by AMI Staff

Following the groundbreaking recent Million Mustache March — which brought roughly 1 million Mustached Americans and interested third parties to Washington, D.C. on April 1 in support of the Stache Act – the George Mason Mustache Alliance held an information rally to educate students about the Act at the university’s main campus in Northern Virginia. [...]

Actor & Comedian Wayne Brady Kidnaps Mustached American for Tax Break

On April 16, 2012, by AMI Staff

While he doesn’t typically celebrate a sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle, actor and comedian Wayne Brady longs to own and operate thick, dense lower nose foliage. But as a sufferer of Bare Upper Lip Disorder (BULD), he simply struggles to grow a luxurious upper mouth shading device. Who knew? Now, with Tax Day tomorrow, the [...]

CATO Institute Tax Policy Studies Director Chris Edwards Talking Stache Act

On April 12, 2012, by AMI Staff

As the American Mustache Institute continues to garner support for the groundbreaking Stache Act tax legislation, we brought the issue to the CATO Institute in Washington, D.C., and its well-respected Director of Tax Policy Studies, Chris Edwards, who is also the editor of DownsizingGovernment.org. ‘Stache Yourself In Support of the Stache Act at StacheAct.com

Official Video of Million Mustache March for the Stache Act in Washington, D.C.

On April 6, 2012, by AMI Staff

On Sunday, April 1 in Washington, D.C., the American Mustache Institute, H&R Block and the Flavor Savers led what the National Park Service confirmed was a good looking crowd of 1 million Mustached Americans and interested third parties in the Million Mustache March for the proposed Stache Act legislation. Chants could be heard of “Don’t [...]

Garnos Takes Gladstone City Council Seat

On April 4, 2012, by AMI Staff

On March 21, the American Mustache Institute announced its endorsement of Mustached American candidate Bill Garnos for Gladstone (Missouri) City Council in the General Municipal Election, and on April 3 the Mustached American community ensured Gladstone took the much-coveted seat. “Thanks to the endorsement of the American Mustache Institute as I won my election yesterday [...]

Relive the Million Mustache March In Photos

On April 3, 2012, by AMI Staff

On Sunday, April 1 in Washington, D.C., the American Mustache Institute, H&R Block and the Flavor Savers led what the National Park Service confirmed was a good looking crowd of 1 million Mustached Americans, interested third parties and four antelopes in the Million Mustache March. The now-legendary march supported the proposed Stache Act legislation which [...]

One Million Mustached Americans March on Washington

On April 2, 2012, by AMI Staff

On Sunday, April 1 in Washington, D.C., the American Mustache Institute, H&R Block and the Flavor Savers led what the National Park Service confirmed was a good looking crowd of 1 million Mustached Americans and interested third parties in the Million Mustache March for the proposed Stache Act legislation. Beginning on the northeast front of [...]

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