Sunday, August 12, 2007

Court Bars We The People, From Promoting Tax Scheme



QUEENSBURY—A federal court in Binghamton has permanently barred Robert L. Schulz of Queensbury, and his organizations, We the People Congress and We the People Foundation, from promoting a tax scheme that helped employers and employees improperly stop tax withholding from wages.

Schulz and his organizations called the scheme the Tax Termination Package.

In his decision Thursday entering the civil injunction order, U.S. District Judge Thomas J. McAvoy, found that Schulz “knew or had reason to know” that his statements in promoting the scheme were false. The court said that in promoting the scheme, Schulz and the We the People organizations “relied on fringe opinions of known tax protestors whose theories have repeatedly been rejected by courts across the country.” The court further noted that several of those tax protestors have been convicted of tax crimes.


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6 Comments:

Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

Please take note---

The Internal Revenue Code (IRC), also known as "Title 26", is broken down into 11 "subtitles", with one appendix at the end. The subtitles are designated "A" through "K". Subtitles "A" through "E" levy various taxes, and "F" is the subtitle concerning Procedures and Administration. Subtitles "G" through "K", and the appendix, are irrelevant to any discussion of taxes for the general public. Subtitles "A" through "E" are as follows:

Subtitle A - Income tax
Subtitle B - Estate and Gift tax
Subtitle C - Employment tax
Subtitle D - Miscellaneous Excise taxes
Subtitle E - Alcohol, Tobacco, & Certain Other Excise taxes

from: www.originalintent.org/edu/fedincometax.php

The point is this: the Schulz case involved Subtitle C, Employment Tax. It did not delve into the Subtitle A Income Tax, and thus had very little (if anything) to do with the legitimacy of a tax on the income of the average American wage earner. In other words, this really isn't that much of a setback for the Tax Honesty Movement.

By the way, everyone in this Movement would become better educated if they would explore www.originalintent.org/edu [see the many topics on the left side of the page, including the Video Archive].

Sincerely,
Scott

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

3:16 AM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

P.S.

Also see:

http://www.originalintent.org/edu/empltax.php

The above deals specifically with Subtitle C, which is what the Schulz case was about.

[Some employers are beginning to see the light.]

3:47 AM  
Blogger lifetimenonfiler said...

Anybody care to guess why a w-4 is called a witholding ALLOWANCE certificate?

It's because you must give the company you work for, permission to withold a percentage of your pay.

If you dont ALLOW it. the company you work for....cant do it!

Remember folks, only you are responsible for your taxes!

11:18 AM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

In response to lifetimenonfiler:

"If you dont ALLOW it. the company you work for....cant do it!"

Not that I disagree with your assessment, but in the real world how many companies are going to hire anyone that refuses to sign a W-4? Not many, or about zip. If you have an answer to this dilemma, I'd love to hear it.

12:56 PM  
Blogger lifetimenonfiler said...

here2daygonetomorrow said,

"Not that I disagree with your assessment, but in the real world how many companies are going to hire anyone that refuses to sign a W-4? Not many, or about zip. If you have an answer to this dilemma, I'd love to hear it."

well then listen up!

(Dont refuse to fill it out)!...or ask to work as a subcontractor

It is totally ones choice whether or not one will ALLOW (a company one works for)to withold from ones paycheck.

(fill out exempt) and check the box that says no I am not a student!

It is totally within one's right to tell the IRS (and your company)no! I think I will keep my money that you would have me give to you (in weekly paycheck deductions) invest it myself, and pay the IRS at the end of the year....just like corporations do!

Tell your boss...... "my own taxes are my own buisiness" and I will take care of my taxes on my own time at the end of the year! (apr 15th) Ha!

P.S. this will(probly) not work if you are a govt employee! HeHeHe

2:28 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

There is still one last peaceful way to protest the income tax and the federal reserve. Like Bob Schulz and a few others we can go on a hunger strike. Instead of individuals we can do it as a group and all at once and try to publicize it to the current candidates for president and those in congress who refuse to answer our petitions. Create a web page called hunger for Liberty and Justice and for truth in Government. Without this one last step we have no right to all out violence and must continue to fight using words only. I for one am willing to do whatever it takes to get our leaders to answer once and for all. Let them come out and say american labor must be taxed for the good of the country. But they can't even do that. Let them come out and say Such and such US Supreme court opinion says we get to tax you any way we want. But no, They can't even say that. They say, We have NO duty to answer you.

Lets do it. Hundreds on a hunger strike during the next election could get it all out in the open once and for all.

6:24 PM

6:27 PM  

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