Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Inside The IRS: Lawless, Abusive And Out Of Control

The press, too, is fearful and intimidated by the IRS. As such, don't expect to but rarely see a story about the criminal activities of IRS agents on the evening news or in your newspaper or news magazine. The wire services (e.g. AP) have distributed numerous newsworthy stories of IRS abuse, but the mainstream press hardly ever publish them. One of those rare exceptions was the October 13, 1997 edition of Newsweek, the cover story being entitled, "Inside the IRS: Lawless, Abusive and Out Of Control."

The magnitude of IRS abuse warrants that several cover stories each year be devoted to its coverage. Yet, we can count on one hand the number of times the mainstream press has devoted their ink to exposing IRS abuse. The only income tax-related stories the mainstream press faithfully covers are those which serve to scare the people into "paying their fair share." For all intents and purposes, the mainstream press is a lapdog of the IRS.

It would seem that the only people who aren't afraid of the IRS are IRS employees. Since the chief motivation for filing tax returns is usually fear of the IRS, and since many IRS employees don't fear the IRS (and they would certainly be in the ideal position to game the system), hundreds of IRS employees don't file tax returns. How is the IRS to maintain any sense of credibility with the public when many of it's own employees hold themselves above the same laws that they are charged with enforcing? Click here for more.


Blogger MrTideman said...

Thank you "very" much. This is my 2nd reading of this document, with emphasis this time on the p.1 of 2 reference of people going to the corrupt courts for "justice" so-called, but HOW are they corrupt? Answer: they are Congressional courts and need to be audited. Proof can be found and should be certified by a CPA that they are in non-compliance with the Coinage Act of 1792, and that until in line with the law themselves, how can they judge others as outlaws!? Such is an hypocrisy.

Over at Google for the words: audit "federal courts" (in quotes), page 1 #2 there gets you to the JSTOR: Columbia Law Review website for The "Federal Courts and Agencies: An Audit of the Partnership Books", to read this Vol. 75, No. 4 (May 1975), pp.800-822 tomorrow, and get back to you.

In the meantime go to http://en.wikipedia dot org/wiki/Mill_(currency) where you'll find the Coinage Act of 1792 and the words that: "all accounts in the public offices and all proceedings in the courts of the United States SHALL* be kept and had in conformity to this regulation" (emphasis ADDed for MINERAL coin, as MUST* be used, and not VEGETABLE matter in the form of FRNs that MAY(*) and are being used by these ANIMALs as equals that they are NOT, see 12USC411).

4:06 AM  
Blogger The Other said...

This is why the IRS was completely restructured in 1998. Pre 1998 stories of abuse don't say much if anything about the modern day IRS.

11:59 AM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home