Friday, February 23, 2007

$1,000,000 if you can show Ed Brown the law

Ed Brown is offering a $1,000,000 compensation (commercial property) to the first person to show him the law requiring him to pay federal income tax.

@fourletters in the research I have done, Congress can tax us on income derived from any source. However, income is defined as gains and profits ONLY.

Ed is right, there is no law. I am glad someone with balls of steel, and the money to back it is coming forward.

"Article XVI. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States and without regard to any census or enumeration."

This is the Sixteenth Amendment; but notice that it makes no provision for the repeal of the clauses requiring apportionment. Why? Because it was not the "intent" of Congress to levy a direct tax (or a "capitation" tax for that matter), the "intent" was to clarify that a tax laid upon the "income", derived from real and personal property, was in its nature an excise tax. In other words, Congress specifically intended that the "gains and profits" derived from the "income" of real and personal property be treated in the same manner as the "gains and profits" derived from business and professional pursuits. In other words, the Sixteenth Amendment is a "net-income" tax, not a gross income tax.


Top link in this article is please watch it all the way through. Order the DVD/cd's and pass them around. This study course goes in depth on "sources" and "derived income" the law, title 26, and regulations thereof. Once you watch this presentation, you will all understand.

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