Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Elaine Brown Elaborates on civil disobedience.

In today’s show, I thought Elaine Brown very adequately equated civil disobedience, to spiritual obedience. You see, she pointed out the fact that many of man’s laws are in conflict with gods laws, and that in the end we must choose whom we are a subject too. Are we a subject to man, or subject to God? Can we serve two masters, when they come into conflict with one another?

One thing that I would like to add to that is the way organized religions misinterpret the scriptures with respects to paying Caesars things to Caesar, and God’s things to God. Many organized 501c3 religious corporations risk their very own legal status by correctly interpreting Mark 12:17 and Romans 13:7 (so they don’t correctly interpret it.)

Read more at Show Ed The Law.


Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

With all due respect, I must disagree with some of the information in this article. Especially when you start getting into Corporations and fictions. There are many people with good intentions trying to support the fact that there is no law that requires most Americans to pay an income tax on their labor. I agree that there isn't. Where I have to disagree is when I read some of the logic people use to support that stance. I don't know if you have heard about the case with Tommy Cryer or have heard of Pete Hendrickson, but one thing can be learned from both of them. The issue doesn't have to be that complicated. Or as Mr. Cryer would say to some barking up the wrong tree, "Don't eat that Elmer".

With that said I submit the following information for your inspection. First I would check out Tommy Cryer's web site, to get some background information on his case if you haven't heard of it. Second, I would listen to his broadcast archives at
I would especially listen to his latest one at These are archives on the RBN Network that hosts the Ed Brown broadcasts.

Third, I would go to Pete Hedrickson's web site and see his page on many misunderstandings about the income tax and related law here:

It may take time to digest all of this information. But if you take the initiative to explore it, I'm sure when you're done you'll also be advising people, "Don't eat that Elmer".

10:09 PM  

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