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American History of Direct Taxation- Part 1

By KrisAnne Hall, JD

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21st Century Slavery

by KrisAnne Hall, JD

 

“Our tax code is the 21st Century version of slavery…the IRS has become the overseer of the American People.”  To many, this seems like an absurd radical statement; but, when you look at this statement from an historical perspective, you might just come to a different conclusion.

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The Taxation Our Founders Hated:

By KrisAnne Hall, JD

In light of all the distortions and half-truths that are constantly repeated, let’s be clear –what sparked the ire of our founders was not taxes; it was tyranny. Their theme was not simply Taxed Enough Already – it was Tyrannized Enough Already. Their tolerance for tyranny was taxed to the max – that’s the taxation the founders could no longer take.

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The following is a guest article written by our friend Robin Koerner.  This article was first published in 2015.  I am republishing it now, because regardless of who is in the executive office and the size of your "refund" check, the truth remains the same...

 

The Income Tax is Immoral and Unconstitutional – and Not (Just) for the Reason You Think

By Robin Koerner

Art Robin

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Truth About Treaties

by KrisAnne Hall, JD

 

Constitutionally speaking a treaty is a very specific federal act that must be established under conditions established by the Constitution.  Every “deal” is not a treaty and every treaty is not constitutionally authorized. 

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