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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-16-2016, 12:07 AM
    Taxation of one's capital, and direct taxation is theft. Your puzzlement solved by "The Law", read also John Locke's works:
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 11:42 PM
    See this is your malfunction, you continuously fail to grasp that at its core an income tax is a tax upon the privilege of acquiring wealth beyond your invested capital. Congress, is not excusing crimes as a privilege per se, but still to benefit from criminality is a privilege (afforded by the Fifth Amend.) and those benefits may be taxed.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 11:20 PM
    Yes it is, it found within the definition of what a personal tax or capitation tax is.
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    06-15-2016, 11:14 PM
    NEGATIVE, not a an unapportioned tax on wages, but an unapportioned tax on income FROM wages. Similarly, as the issue before the court was not a tax upon the investment, but UPON the income ascending the investment. Ergo, the financial CORPUS versus its GAIN, PROFIT or INCOME.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 11:12 PM
    A tax on illegal activities would be a tax on the privilege of violating the law, yes? Much in the same way as a speeding, parking, or red light violation ticket is a fee on the privilege of violating a state's traffic laws. Also you cannot accurately look towards tax cases involving individuals to substantiate your point, as the majority of them are resolved in Tax Court as unpublished opinions or are settled during discovery in trial court--in-fact the only cases that really only go forward to appeals are the clear-cut frivolous argument ones and the majority of those are pro per. However, there is one very intriguing (vacated) case that I have pointed you to before: Marrita Murphy and Daniel J. Leveille v. Internal Revenue Service and United States of America, No. 05-5139, D.C. Cir., (2006), VACATED in ibid., (2007). This complete 180-degree two-fer case clearly proves that there are external forces compelling the courts to maintain the status quo.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 10:45 PM
    Peter Hendrickson's scam? Certainly, his method overlooks a few necessary aspects as stated within the CFR (such as providing an affidavit setting forth your claim), it is certainly not a scam. You have EVERY legal right to file for a valid claim of refund, it is provided for with the IRC--the entire process is laid out there; however, the IRS is not whatsoever trained on this, rather ignoring it entirely--such is a matter for the IRS to review and correspond any concerns with each filer making such claims. This is not a matter for you and your Q-LOST buddies to inject your personal or professional beliefs in.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 10:35 PM
    There is an obvious distinction between a tax imposed directly upon an object/activity and a tax imposed upon what is derived from an object/activity. Gee, one would imagine that your supposed many, many, many years of lawyerly experience would have at least taught you that.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 10:29 PM
    This is the core of deception that you mindlessly spew all over the Internet and God knows where else--Congress may ONLY levy or impose unapportioned taxes upon income FROM wages, but NOT wages. This is the CRUX of why the USSC has to date avoided every request for certiorari concerning individual income taxation. Certainly, wages ARE income, it is just that wages are NOT taxable income--in so far that such is not qualified as 'constitutional income'.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-15-2016, 09:58 PM
    Just wanted to quickly note, if nobody else has yet, the new terminology they are rolling out since this newest incident; the new talking point is no only "assault weapons", but WEAPONS OF WAR. Also they are really pushing the emotional appeal that if they do not take real action on "common sense" gun regulation, then this these types of incidents are going to keep occurring.
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  • Lindsey's Avatar
    06-10-2016, 05:08 PM
    I guess there does need to be a law: attempting to control others shall result in immediate banishment.
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    06-10-2016, 04:22 PM
    Bonus!
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    06-10-2016, 04:10 PM
    Congrats! My student loans are paid off too, but I think I am a bit older than you.
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  • Lindsey's Avatar
    06-10-2016, 04:09 PM
    I am all for living in a country where participation is considered voluntary, and the key values include non-aggression and non-intervention. If people support Trump, I will think less of them, but it won't stop me from peaceful coexisting with them in a relatively nearby space as long as they don't infringe on my right to do whatever the F I want. It'd be a plus if luctor-et-emergo was there, he fascinates me.
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    05-29-2016, 02:20 AM
    The town where I grew up and the surrounding towns had a curfew law. It was put into place after riots between teenagers and police that occurred in the late 1970s. In general, the only time it was enforced was if there was a group of kids gathered somewhere. We weren't hassled when we were in our cars; we were hassled on foot if there were more than 2-3 people together. As a result kids headed into the woods or to apartments where we had a lot more privacy. An area that always had heavy teenage alcohol use, now also has a large portion of its population hooked on heroin and to a lesser degree meth. Teenage alcohol prohibition and curfew laws forced teenagers to find ways of hiding and as a result they developed networks of privacy, where they could engage in whatever behavior away from watchful eyes. Every "law" has consequences, there may be a degree of compliance, but there are always the resourceful ones who will find a way of doing what they want despite the law - what their resourcefulness evolves into...
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    Thank you, Lindsey. I'm showing this thread to them (my daughter Lynsay, and Gavin) tomorrow. They're gonna be so happy that their story is helping others.
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    Thank you, as well - happy to reciprocate, it was deserved.
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