Taxpayer is not a |citizen| of the United States??
- Sam, a member of Tips & Tricks writes:
Bear, what do you expect to find on the doj.gov website? The Government is in collusion with the courts and I would dare say that most decisions are Tax Court decisions. What about the Brushaber v, Union Pacific R.R. Co. and the Stanton v. Baltic Mining Co. cases which were supreme court cases and the cases you refer to were Lower court cases which can't overrule Supreme Court Cases.To which I replied:
Sam: What is your explanation as to why the lower courts don't honor the Supreme Court decisions you reference? How do you explain the failure of the Supreme Court not to enforce those decisions on the lower courts? How are you going to get around the inaccessibility of the Supreme Court? Most of us are going to end up in the same courts that heard those cases.
Since I am familiar with principles of statutory construction, all of those rulings listed in the post are fundamentally flawed because statutory construction principles that apply to everything else are not appied to income tax.
See my comment at the bottom? I said, "What this post is intended to do is apprise you of the reality of the situation. As is the case with most legal arguments we become familiar with respecting the income tax have already been tried by somebody in a real to life court situation with verifiable results. When dealing with the income tax it is not time to rely on word-of-mouth pop law; it's time to know what the courts have already ruled and have a realistic plan based on knowledge for dealing with them. As for me, the Name Jahuwah [not the names J-sus, the Lord, or G-d] is a strong tower, the righteous runs into it and is untouchable. Proverbs 18:10 Bear" My point is to know what happened in the past and anticipate what will happen on your case unless you come up with a better plan. I hope that makes sense. Bear Tips & Tricks
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- Hi Everyone,� I have attached a good rebuttal to the IRS and it's authority.� I don't remember where I got this but from what I can tell it is right on.� Do with this what you will.� Vicki