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    Last edited by Danke; 01-16-2010 at 06:03 PM.
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    The Income Tax Is An Excise, And Excise Taxes Are Privilege Taxes

    The Federalist Papers, No. 15:

    Except as to the rule of apportionment, the United States have an indefinite discretion to make requisitions for men and money; but they have no authority to raise either by regulations extending to the individual citizens of America.



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    Thank you, Danke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkmandy View Post
    Thank you, Danke.
    NP.
    Quiz: Test Your "Income" Tax IQ!

    The Income Tax Is An Excise, And Excise Taxes Are Privilege Taxes

    The Federalist Papers, No. 15:

    Except as to the rule of apportionment, the United States have an indefinite discretion to make requisitions for men and money; but they have no authority to raise either by regulations extending to the individual citizens of America.

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    Again, as with the last thread:

    The IRS considers this a frivolous tax argument. If they catch you doing this, they will probably seek to collect from you any money they unintentionally refund.

    Now that you are aware of the potential legal problems, by all means do what you think is best for yourself.
    "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe that they are free." -Göthe
    "All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
    "Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure." - Robert LeFevre

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    Exclamation hey wat happend to the rest of the ucc study guide


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    Exclamation cant seem to get the redemption manual 4

    Please help really need that can't afford it bcuz i am homeless and indegent but have been studying the anderson on the ucc and hart and williers forms and procedures

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    Thank you, Danke. This is fascinating stuff! I'm just now getting acquainted with it all.

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    For the content of this WEBSITE as the discussions and publications is without the intention of the providing of any LEGAL-ADVICE by the providers.

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    Remember
    a) UCC is not a law, it's a suggestion
    b) not even laws are followed
    c) you are subject to the law (and interpretation & enforcement of it) regardless of how much you understand or agree with it
    d) the arguments presented with "commerce" concepts are basically "free man" arguments, which are likely considered contempt in the court of law.
    e) just cut to the chase and tell your judge that there's a gold fringe on his flag, he'll let you go.

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    Quiz: Test Your "Income" Tax IQ!

    The Income Tax Is An Excise, And Excise Taxes Are Privilege Taxes

    The Federalist Papers, No. 15:

    Except as to the rule of apportionment, the United States have an indefinite discretion to make requisitions for men and money; but they have no authority to raise either by regulations extending to the individual citizens of America.

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    bump. Danke not in jail yet.
    Quiz: Test Your "Income" Tax IQ!

    The Income Tax Is An Excise, And Excise Taxes Are Privilege Taxes

    The Federalist Papers, No. 15:

    Except as to the rule of apportionment, the United States have an indefinite discretion to make requisitions for men and money; but they have no authority to raise either by regulations extending to the individual citizens of America.

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