Daily Archives: April 1, 2016

Network – “I’m as mad as hell” speech

“I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!” NETWORKFaye Dunaway and Peter Finch: both won Oscars(R) for their remarkable roles in this penetrating expose of the nature of power and electronic journalism. William Holden and … Continue reading

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Note from Anna von Reitz

The Solution, The Next Step: Seating The Body Politic, from the NATION STATES PROJECT – The Nations States Project was initiated by the Pennsylvania (Jural) Assembly when they filed a package of documents and official Notice (see page 4) with the … Continue reading

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Is it possible for Americans to legally stop paying income taxes?

It is possible for most Americans to legally stop paying both federal and state income taxes. This applies to most Americans who live and work in the 50 States. It does not necessarily apply to Americans working for the federal government, or … Continue reading

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Do all Americans have to file 1040 returns? If not, which Americans have to file?

Not all Americans have to file 1040 returns. Americans living and working outside federal zone jurisdiction (inside one of the 50 States) don’t have to file. Those subject to federal jurisdiction (Washington DC, federal military installations, and U.S. territories like Puerto Rico, … Continue reading

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What does the U.S. Constitution say about federal jurisdiction and how does this affect who is subject to federal income tax?

Two clauses in the Constitution define federal jurisdiction: (a) Article I, Section 8, Clause 17: “The Congress shall have the power to exercise exclusive legislation, in all cases whatsoever, over such district (not exceeding ten miles square) as may, by … Continue reading

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Does the Internal Revenue Code specifically tell you how to terminate or revoke your “election” to pay federal income tax?

Section 6013(g)(4) TERMINATION OF ELECTION — An election under this subsection shall terminate at the earliest of the following times: (A) REVOCATION BY TAXPAYERS. — If either taxpayer revokes the election, as of the first taxable year for which the … Continue reading

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Why, in its literature, does the IRS consistently say that the federal income tax is based on “self-assessment and voluntary compliance?”

IRS literature often uses the terms “selfassessment” and “voluntary compliance.” The reason for this is that senior IRS personnel know that the law does not require most Americans to file income tax returns. The income tax does not apply to most Americans … Continue reading

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