Sunday, July 15, 2007

"Strong Tax Freedom Movement Afoot..."

Great news today, for a change. For those who don't know, there is a strong tax freedom movement afoot and today it won an important case for its cause. In short, the Income Tax is unconstitutional and there is no Statuary Law making us liable to pay an income tax - it truly is voluntary. Read more here.

4 Comments:

Blogger KOSMIC said...

here again is a prime example of the tax honesty movements getting carried away making more out of something than it really is.

""In short, the Income Tax is unconstitutional and there is no Statuary Law making us liable to pay an income tax - it truly is voluntary""

Really? Is that what the Cryer trial said? People better read more clearly because the court did not rule any of these things. Why do we want to peddle the same old garbage and then expect to win our fights. The jury found Cryer not guilty of WILLFULL Failure to File based on His belief that there is no law. NOT- That there is no law! Just that Cryer didn't believe there was.

9:42 PM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

I have to agree with Kosmic.

The case was important, but it did not prove the concepts mentioned in the article.

By the way, the Federal Income Tax IS impeccably Constitutional; the problem is that it is MISAPPLIED to average individuals. That, according to John Turner (ex-IRS Agent) and Dave Champion (Constitutional expert), is why tax honesty folks---and I include myself---should never say that the Income Tax is unconstitutional.

The Establishment will not allow a significant amount of evidence in the form of Title 26 into the record because that would open the gate to showing the misapplication of the tax to individuals.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

1:21 AM  
Blogger Tuva or bust said...

Just because OJ was found "not guilty" on murder charges doesn't mean that murder is now legal.

Criminal cases don't set precendent, and Cryer still has to pay the underlying taxes, just like Kuglin.

9:41 AM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

IF Title 26 actually did require average Americans to pay a tax on their labor, THEN the Fed Income tax would be unconstitutional. The cited Law does no such thing; therefore, it is impeccably Constitutional.

That is the fraud...the Govt ACTS as if there is an INDIVIDUAL Income Tax for most Americans, when there is none.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

2:19 AM  

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