The Social Security Scam – Why all taxpayers must file income tax returns


Source: Llstuler’s Blog

You have been told that Social Security is an insurance program run by the federal government.  You were led to believe that your income would be taxed at a certain rate for the cost of the program.  Then in times of medical emergency or upon retirement you would be eligible for Social Security benefits.  On the surface, this would seem to be an equitable arrangement.  

          But the federal government failed to fully inform you as to all of the other ramifications of applying for a Social Security number.  For instance, did you know that you became a federal employee?  Well, you did – specifically you became a member of the Merchant Marine.  You also became an employee of a corporation that is involved with importing to and from the U.S. possessions.  Another consideration is that if FICA is based upon a percentage of your earnings, then the government has somehow been granted the right to know the amount of your income and the sources of your income – this is not a hallmark of freedom.  These statements and more will be evidenced by the actual federal statutes and regulations further on this page.

          Like all great magicians, the federal government has you looking at the obvious while hiding the basis of the trick that the magician is performing right in front of your eyes.

          Lots of Americans have questioned the legitimacy of the personal income tax, but it seems that everyone just loves the Social Security program.  Social Security is the sacred cow that no one is ever supposed to criticize.  Oh, sure, some claimants of Social Security find fault with what claims are denied or only partially funded.  And lots of people are now pointing out that Social Security is not going to be solvent in the near future.  But up till now no one has questioned the legitimacy of the Social Security program.  Well, that time has come. READ MORE


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The federal government has no jurisdiction over intrastate commerce because the Declaration of Independence is the organic law of the land and its main tenet is that “all men are created equal”. To make the importing of articles from the U.S. possessions fall under the foreign commerce clause, the U.S. possessions are treated as foreign countries (see 26 USC §§ 2014(g), 865(i)(3), and 872(b)(7) for examples). More

The Income Tax and American Servitude

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

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The Income Tax and American Servitude
by Jacob G. Hornberger

With April 15 almost upon us, this would be a good time to remind ourselves of how the income tax contributed to the destruction of American liberty.

We should first keep in mind that with the exception of the Civil War, the American people lived without an income tax from the beginning of the United States until 1913, when the 16th Amendment was adopted.

This was not an accident. Americans living during that period of time understood that freedom and an income tax were contradictory notions. If people wanted to live in a free society, it would have to be a society in which government was prohibited from levying taxes on income. Conversely, if people wanted to live in a society in which government is taxing income, then the price they pay is the loss of freedom. More

Rob Taylor’s Senate Campaign picking up Momentum in Wisconsin U.S. Senate Race.

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Senate Candidate Rob Taylor brings the Constitution Revolution to Sheboygan.


FEB. 6th, 2010, a cold and blustery Saturday in Sheboygan was the latest stop for Rob Taylor’s Campaign for U.S. Senate.   That morning lake effect snow was falling and the wind was blowing and the chill in the air was about to be thawed because one thousand brave Patriots were about to rally for the Constitution.

The momentum from his speech at the Racine Tea Party followed Rob to Sheboygan as one couple said they clearly remember it.  Rob’s name recognition is now becoming fixture with Tea Party Patriots as many had already had heard of him and wanted to meet Rob in person.    Rob then fielded their questions on topics such as the U.N., the Federal Governments role in education, taxes, and can non-Christians hold office.  He being a true Constitutional Champion answered them decisively and succinctly and in accordance with the founding principles and intent set forth under the Constitution. 

His answer was: More

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