• jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    We're not disagreeing as much as you may think. There is definitely a political arm to this. I consider this shooting an act of terrorism and a hate crime. The leftist who are pushing the idea that just because Tennessee took the same position as liberal Sweden in banning puberty blockers and just because Tennessee doesn't want children at strip shows masquerading as "harmless" drag shows some we should be subjected en masse to violence. Tucker Carlson had a good segment on this. And Bill Maher, of all people, pointed out the Sweden fact some months ago.
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    Yesterday, 06:29 PM
    Pollock. So says the pot to the kettle. Ohhh, yea, that case wherein "the income of a husband by way of salary and attorney's fees is taxable to him." Sure, sure. Gotcha! The source is not ever taxable, only the gain or profit that becomes severed from it--as constitutional 'income.' It's not the source that is the subject of income taxation.
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    Yesterday, 06:28 PM
    A tax upon the national workforce is by definition a 'direct tax.'
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    Yesterday, 05:31 PM
    Off the top: 1. The income tax was imposed on the basis of generating revenue to support war efforts; however, the USA has not declared war since 1942. Moreover, it has gone on to be misappropriated in order to sustain myriads of social justice programs that are entirely outside of the powers of the federal government--amendments to our Constitution are otherwise necessary. 2. Mandatory payroll withholdings violate the 5th Amend., as it's the taking of personal property without just compensation and solely to the benefit of the government--the taxpayer forever looses the ability to collect investment interest on the withheld sums, while the government does and neglects to proffer it as either a tax deduction or refund of any type. 3. State income taxes further subjugate individual rights and constitutional protections as states imposing income taxes do so upon the whole amount due (firstly) to the federal government, yet without any prudent consideration that a portion of that sum was never at any point in time in the possession or control of the taxpayer--state income taxes should only tax the remaining sum that was precedently taken by the federal government. Otherwise, taxpayers are being doubly taxed upon monies that was of no practicable benefit to them other than for the purpose of being taxed to the benefit and advantage of the state and federal governments (i.e., the government is using these withholdings to generate pooled investment interest throughout the year and then at the end of the year collects taxes from these sums from each individual taxpayer.) Bonuses:
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    Yesterday, 05:28 PM
    Abolish the IRS and replace the income tax with a flat VAT? I mean it's really simple. Some European countries already do it. I don't give a rip about the rich paying taxes or not paying taxes. NOBODY should have to pay taxes on income. NOBODY! I go to buy a new Raspberry Pi? I got pay the VAT. Bill Gates buys a yacht? He has to pay the VAT. Junebug goes and buys some cigarillos? He pays the VAT. Bubba buys some chewing tobacco? He pays the VAT. It's already baked in the cost of goods sold at the time of manufacturing. (It's NOT a sales tax). Stuff is imported? The VAT is done through tariffs. Simple.
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    Everybody I know is fine. City is shocked. Famed contemporary Christian artist Lauren Daigel cancelled her concert for a prayer vigil.
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    Yesterday, 05:21 PM
    It's a mix. There is a LOT of diagnosed mental illness in this country. Depression, anxiety, suicidal tendencies etc. Hell, during the time you've know me I made a half hearted suicide attempt myself. (Wild mushroom roulette). Have you ever heard of body integrity dysphoria? It's when able bodied people feel they are supposed to be amputees. Since no ethical surgeon will cut off a healthy arm or leg, they will sometimes lay on train tracks to do a self-amputation. After that happens they report feeling "whole." Now....imagine a world were cutting off your own limb was called "brave" and was "celebrated." (In 20 years or less you will see this with the trans-humanist movement). That's what's happening now with gender identity disphoria. Have you heard for Walter Heyer? You should. He was born a man. He transitioned to a transwoman. Then he went to college and studied psychology and realized he had various what he called "co-morbid psychological conditions." When those were treated he no longer wanted to be a woman and he transitioned back to being a man. (Minus the penis because a prosthetic wouldn't really be functional). But don't take my word for it. Hear his story. The only way forward IMO is through people like Walter telling his story and for the rest of us to not appear hateful. Yeah, I know that's tough when hate is being through from the left. There was recently a Disney star from the TV show "High School Musical" who received hate from the left for coming out as a Christian and belonging to a church that supports "conversion therapy." The irony is that a couple of years earlier he came out as gay. From what I can tell he's still gay. Yet he felt loved enough at the supposedly "homophobic" church that he was able to embrace them and Jesus. Don't ask me to explain that. Jesus takes us where we are and leads us to where we need to be.
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    Yesterday, 04:46 PM
    I also have a relative who has mild schizophrenia. It's absolutely possible to love and be close to someone and not support disconnect with reality.
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    Yesterday, 04:17 PM
    :rolleyes: Bill Gates realized millions in gain on dumping vaccine stocks before admitting they were crap and promptly donated that money to the foundation he controls so he can use it to fly to climate change conferences around the world in private jets. And if he hadn't realized the gains he would have lost a bunch of money because those stocks are in free fall right now.
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    Yesterday, 04:00 PM
    Steve Forbes the person (and the former GOP presidential candidate) runs Forbes magazine so I would think it would reflect his views on economics and politics. I don't know about his sexual preferences and don't care to look them up.
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    Yesterday, 03:30 PM
    He's also super rich. Donald Trump are Forbes are cut from the same cloth on this.
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    Yesterday, 03:29 PM
    And that's the beauty of their scheme. Call whatever your making not income. Put it in a foundation and travel around the world on private jets and lecture people about carbon footprints but it's not "income." Buy 25 billion in vaccine stock, dump the stock when it reaches 250 billion, put the profits in the private foundation that you control, and avoid the taxes because it's not "income." And the stupid sheep at the bottom fall for your scheme. They think working for a living makes them less worthy than you. "Labor" is a dirty word. Appreciation and depreciation are such lovely words. That's the philosophy, by the way, of Robert Kiyosaki whom who wrongly derided as a "charlatan" because he tells the truth that the uber rich don't want the little people to know. Are you part of the top 1%? If so where were you when Ron Paul needed you? If not then what are you babbling about?
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    Yesterday, 03:24 PM
    This ain't from Robert Kiosaki. It's from Forbes.com. If you are super rich and know what you are doing, you pay taxes at a lower rate than the rest of us. There are "rich" people that are stupid. Musicians, sports stars, actors, many doctors even are stupid when it comes to money and avoiding taxes. (Or just lazy like me). Now when you control https://www.forbes.com/sites/sarahhansen/2021/06/08/richest-americans-including-bezos-musk-and-buffett-paid-federal-income-taxes-equaling-just-34-of-401-billion-in-new-wealth-bombshell-report-shows/?sh=40ed73017fe1 Note this report was from 2014 to 2018. In 2021 alone the top 1% gained a whopping 1.6% TRILLION in new wealth thanks to lock downs, bailouts and federal mandates (especially vaccine mandates). Walgreens is losing money now that people aren't getting mass vaccinated anymore. Fake philanthropist Bill Gates dumped his vaccine stock right before publicly announcing that the vaccines "really didn't work." Now don't get it twisted. I'm not one of those "tax the rich" morons. Every "tax the rich" scheme just keeps taxing the stupid rich. The smart rich have their lobbyists bake their loopholes into whatever new version of the code that's going to come out before it's even written. But spare me the falsehood that the 1% are shouldering the biggest tax burden! Let me make a hundred million of that 1.6 TRILLION and you won't see me crying about paying 3.5% or whatever the 1 per-centers ended up paying this go round. That said, we should move to a VAT. No loopholes. No tax brackets. Nothing. We'd all be better off. (Well...except for the people who have figured out how to game the system).
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    Yesterday, 03:06 PM
    Not as a percentage of their wealth. No. You're not. But I have to wonder why the hell do you even care? You're the one getting squeezed at the bottom. Stockholm syndrome much? Funny but I didn't link to Robert Kiyosaki in the post you responded to. I did link to Donald J. Trump. I agree Trump is a charlatan, but I also believe he was telling the truth when he said he doesn't pay taxes because he's smart.
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    Yesterday, 03:02 PM
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/nashville-shooter-felt-no-other-effective-way-seen-radical-trans-group-says A radical transgender group said the transgender Nashville shooter felt "no other effective way to be seen" than killing six people at a private Presbyterian school. The Trans Resistance Network (TRN), a far-left transgender "collective," released an inflammatory statement on Monday in the wake of the Covenant School shooting by transgender woman Audrey Hale in Nashville that killed three nine-year-olds and three adults. Calling the mass murder a dual "tragedy," the group wrote the first was the deaths of the children and adults in the school and extended their "deepest sympathies and heartfelt prayers to those families dealing with the loss of loved ones." Note I have a close transgender relative. They aren't all whack jobs. But I do think the incessant "victim narrative" might be driving this. Just a decade ago nobody thought there was some "right" to using the other gender's bathroom or have drag queen story hour or for children to take puberty blockers or to be a man for most of your life and then compete in women's sports. But somewhere along the Obama administration all of these things and more became seen as "rights." So just trying to take things back to the early 21st century now seems "oppressive."
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    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    jmdrake replied to a poll Don vs. Ron in U.S. Political News
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Anti Federalist again.
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    Yesterday, 01:57 PM
    Yeah. That's said. I was in Nashville when it happened. I saw my namesake, the police chief, (no relation) give a briefing on the TV. Joe Biden's press secretary had something to say about it. Saw some disgusting articles trying to say the governor wanted to protect children from drag queens, not from guns, only for it to come out that a trans man did the shooting. The day before 6 little girls were killed when they were all ejected from the same car wreck as they were apparently not wearing seat-belts. But for some odd reason that didn't warrant a statement by the presidential press secretary or even highway Pete Buttigieg's press secretary. I wonder why?
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    Yesterday, 01:51 PM
    jmdrake replied to a poll Don vs. Ron in U.S. Political News
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Brian4Liberty again.
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    Yesterday, 01:50 PM
    jmdrake replied to a poll Don vs. Ron in U.S. Political News
    Roberts votes on gun control have been as good as Gorsuch and Roberts was NOT a Trump appointee. There is no reason to believe that DeSantis would nominate someone bad on gun control. Nice try at a red herring though.
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    Yesterday, 01:40 PM
    :rolleyes: https://abcnews.go.com/blogs/business/2012/01/warren-buffett-and-his-secretary-talk-taxes In a week when taxes and tax returns have dominated the headlines, billionaire investor Warren Buffett jumped back into the political debate and showed his returns exclusively to ABC News' Bianna Golodryga, adding, "I have never had it so good. … What has happened in recent years, we were told a rising tide would lift all boats, but the rising tide has lifted all yachts." Buffett's secretary since 1993, Debbie Bosanek, sat next to her boss just hours after being invited by the president to the State of the Union address, where the president made her the face of tax inequality in America. Bosanek pays a tax rate of 35.8 percent of income, while Buffett pays a rate at 17.4 percent.
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    Yesterday, 12:38 PM
    With regard to our Constitution’s rules regarding apportionment, the two formulas which govern apportionment are: States’ population ---------------------------- X SUM TO BE RAISED = STATE’S FAIR SHARE Total U.S. Population Note also that each State’s number or Representatives, under our Constitution is determined by the rule of apportionment:
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    Yesterday, 06:43 AM
    Ephesians 2:4-5 But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved).
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    03-27-2023, 11:56 PM
    OMG, just stop with that old tired nonsense! Springer was an attorney and bondholder who reported $50,798 in income back then. The issue in Springer was again "income, gains, and profits" during the year 1865. $50,798 with factoring in today's inflation is over $1.5 million. Ergo, Springer was not a laborer, craftsman, or farmer, or such anything. Pollock modified the findings of Springer; and the (since overruled) Hilton case was nothing other than a silly ass argument over taxes being levied upon horse buggies without apportionment--it has no bearing in modern society, period. The Revenue Act of 1864 unequivocally stated: "Section 116 of the Act imposed the tax on "the gains, profits, and income of every person residing in the United States, or of any citizen of the United States residing abroad, whether derived from any kind of property, rents, interest, dividends, or salaries, or from any profession, trade, employment, or vocation, carried on in the United States or elsewhere, or from any other source whatever" and raised its tax rates from the 1862 Act that started out at 3% over $800 (which is now the equivalent of more than $24,000) to 5% above $600 (which is over $18,000 in today's dollars.) * Notice the similarities between the above and the 16th Amend., i.e., "gains, profits, and income ... derived from any kind" and "from any other source whatever" versus "the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes from whatever source derived," hence, properly as an indirect tax it's not being 'directly' imposed upon whatever the source might be, but 'indirectly' upon only the 'gains or profits' as "incomes," being derived from whatever the sources may be. The distinction here is whether or not a positive financial severing had occurred throughout a given tax-year.
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    03-27-2023, 10:42 PM
    Here's that specific piece.. I didn't think it was real at first, I thought it was something from the past.
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    03-27-2023, 05:33 PM
    Jesse Watters is going to talk about it in a minute...
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    03-27-2023, 03:45 PM
    1640461203301441540 Transgender Shooter Who Targeted Christian School Identified As Audrey Hale https://nationalfile.com/nashville-christian-school-shooter-identified-as-audrey-hale/
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    03-27-2023, 12:22 PM
    The Wellness Company. https://www.twc.health
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    03-27-2023, 07:26 AM
    2 Timothy 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
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    03-26-2023, 09:14 PM
    Mach replied to a thread Bill Maher Thread in U.S. Political News
    If you want to conquer wokeness, you will need a popular leftist to be one of your spokesmen.
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Due to information that has now come to light I am writing to inform your office that I voted in person at my assigned polling station on 11/3/20, which is located at 7170 N. San Pablo Ave, Fresno CA, 93650. I wish to inform you that I witnessed the following at my assigned polling station: (1) each voting station there provided only black sharpie markers, (2) a new ballot was printed out from a printer and handed to me to complete and submit (and informed me I could not

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by Weston White on 08-03-2013 at 09:30 AM
After have worked full-ahead over the last two-months I have finally completed a massive undertaking that I’ve wanted to accomplish for at least the last couple of years. Basically, I compiled much researching along with articles I have written over the course of the last many years; revising, expanding, and cleaning them up as I went. The final result is the preliminary edition of what I have entitled: “A Discourse on the Crux of the Federal Taxation of Individuals”. I plan on actually completing

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