Monday, September 03, 2007

Speak no evil.

By Bill Price

Are there conspiracies? Deductive reasoning causes people to entertain ideas of conspiracies. One of the biggest conspiracies in existence right now has been overlooked for decades. In education, evidence of an “income” tax conspiracy surfaces whenever the subject of taxation and its relationship to the 16th Amendment are explained in textbook form. We home schooled our children and used various accredited home schooling materials as guides to get the job done. Magruder’s American Government Vol. II is a good textbook on U.S. government. But, after reading on page 496, I discovered that Magruder is another unwitting accomplice to the “income” tax conspiracy. Magruder, like virtually all “educators” today, is a product of this conspiracy. Here is what his textbook says about the 16th Amendment:

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Blogger Scott Haley said...

What a great idea. Get your kid's American Govt textbook, find out what it says about the 16th Amendment, get a copy of Bill's excellent flyer, and go to a Board meeting with enough copies of the flyer for every Board member.

At the very least, mail a copy of the flyer to the Board with a letter quoting the American Govt text's take on the 16th. Explain the differences. If all of us did that sometime this month, it could very well have an impact.

Educating the uninformed requires effort.

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