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2214FW: [tips_and_tricks] Federal Judge Rejects Argument that Income Tax Is Unconstitutional

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  • Denise and Scott Harclerode
    Aug 5 6:27 PM
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      For heaven’s sake.  This matter is settled in law by many Supreme Court Cases.  The internal revenue laws and the subset called income tax laws are constitutional.  The income tax is not a direct tax because it is voluntary.  Some volunteer to work for a companies whose policy it is to apply it to all their employees, often unlawfully.  This is misapplication of the law.

      Scott Harclerode

       

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      What did he expect?

      Do you really expect a judge to rule in favor of something that would end his own paycheck?

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      >On March 5, 2003, Steven A. Swan of Auburn, New Hampshire was indicted by a federal grand jury in Concord on 18 felony violations of the internal revenue laws relative to his efforts to try to have the federal income tax declared unconstitutional because it is not imposed in accordance with the original intent of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, i.e., a tax intended to be imposed solely upon the earnings of wealthy individuals and businesses in this country. On July 23, 2003, Swan filed a motion in his case asking the court to dismiss the charges against him because the federal income tax and all of the laws which pertain to it are unconstitutional.