Tax Code Researcher Argues Direct Taxation is Unconstitutional
Submitted by C. Fenner Goldsborough
The so-called FLAT TAX that has been proposed by several of the current, Republican presidential candidates is one of two different types. The first and most frequently proposed type is a so-called “income”, meaning, in the generic or ordinary sense, a “receipts” tax on virtually all monies earned by our citizens. These proponents would authorize our government to directly and UNCONSTITUTIONALLY (in violation of Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3 and Article 1, Section 9, Clause 4) tax all wages, salaries and other earnings of all working Americans. Proposed rates would vary between 15 and 25% of what its proponents incorrectly refer to as “income”, despite the fact that both our Constitution and the statutory law in the I.R. Code forbid any such direct tax on the wages, salaries or other earnings of our sovereign state citizens.
Continue reading An Open Letter to Republican Presidential Candidates on the Proposed So-Called Flat Tax
Emergency Spending Bills Signal Transition to Banana Republic
Twice in September Congress implemented ‘Martial Law’ as a way of railroading unconstitutional spending bills to keep the bankrupt US government from collapsing. The use of martial law fast-tracks spending bills by BYPASSING typical procedures – it’s a stop gap measure of overt tyranny from the government of a nation which at this point is best defined as a ‘Banana Republic’.
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Feds Pursue Soviet-Style Prosecution in Detroit
Doreen Hendrickson, wife of Pete Hendrickson, author of Cracking the Code- The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America has a court hearing set for December 10, 2014, 1:30 pm, 231 W. Lafayette, Detroit 48226, 2nd floor, Victoria Roberts presiding, for sentencing on a contempt of court charge.
Continue reading Constitutional Freedoms Under Attack