Instead, by all available evidence they appear to be what was left over
of "The Untouchables" after Alcohol Prohibition was repealed.
We think the Women's Temperance Movement was secretly financed by the petroleum cartel, in order to perfect a monopoly in automotive fuels:
once that monopoly was perfected, Prohibition was repealed, leaving alcohol high and dry as the preferred fuel for cars and trucks, and leaving a federal police force inside the several States --
to continue extorting money from the American People.
More support for these conclusions can be found in the holding in U.S. v. Constantine: the Federal Alcohol Administration could no longer
operate legally inside the several States after Prohibition was repealed; but, a compromise was reached which allowed them to retreat to San Juan,
Puerto Rico using a false and rebuttable theory that the guarantees of the Constitution did not extend into the Federal Territories.
However, Congress expressly extended the entire Constitution into
all federal Territories in 1873 -- even future federal Territories:
Our clients now successfully confront the IRS for violating 31 U.S.C. 333,
because IRS cannot produce any authority(s) to show "Department of the Treasury" on ANY of their written correspondence or pre-printed forms e.g. Form 1040!!
On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 11:13 AM, Mike Harris <harrists1@...> wrote:
The bad news in that story, (although the story itself is a good development) is that the IRS comissioner is "Schulman" if as I suspect a member of the tribe, who will avoid revoking the tax exempt status of AI-P-A-C.