Sunday, February 04, 2007

Tax standoff reveals new tactics

Patience replaces pressure, officials say

By Margot Sanger-Katz
Monitor staff

Ed Brown first became suspicious of the federal government when he saw news coverage of the standoffs at Ruby Ridge and Waco in the early 1990s. The bloody incidents, in which federal agents clashed violently with extremists, colored his view of the government's relationship with its citizens, he said recently, and led to his involvement in the militia movement.

Nearly 14 years after the conclusion of the Waco siege, Ed Brown believes he may be in the early stages of a similar confrontation.

Read more here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Ed,

Thanks for yet another week of your self-imposed home detention. It sure it making our job easy!

~ Marshals

P.S. -- Why did you quit all the interviews? We thought they were a hoot. How are you going to get word out about The Illuminati ruining your life now?

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the main stream, the marshals and the concord monitor. Go hose your selves off, You stink. You call us extreme. Yet we are the ones overwelmed by BIG media, The lies, and the gross exaggerations. Why don't you read the real issues and questions we present and talk thoughtfully for a change. You and the government are out of control. You brag about having the rest of the working poor brainwashed in comliance with you libral bullcrap. If we are wrong just debate the issues because we have been for years. If your not hiding anything, answer the questions. The conspiracy is now bigger than our own government, Our oun free press, Our own employers, banks and neighbors. Everyone wants their piece of the pie on the backs of labor. LEAVE MY PAYCHECK THE F*** ALONE.

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Dave Champion discusses the moral imperative behind proper tax administration.
Which "tax" are we talking about?
16th Amendment: What did it really do?
Federal courts say that the Tax Code “relates to taxpayers, and not to nontaxpayers”.
Dave breaks down Subtitle ‘A’ (entitled “Income Tax”) of the Internal Revenue Code so you can understand it.
Who is “made liable” for Subtitle ‘A’ tax?
What do the regulations say about who is required to the use of Taxpayer Identification Numbers?
Form W-9: What force and effect, if any; and for whom?
Dave points out how certain parts of the Code have to be “reverse engineered” to understand what is truly intended.
What is the proper role of Information Reporting, and upon whom?
These questions answered, and more!
March 27, 2004

2:38 AM  

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