Lately I have received questions how it is that Willie Nelson lost most of his property and Wesley Snipes was sentenced to three years in jail or Irwin Schiff was sentenced to 13 years in prison from charges relating to income tax. I have repeatedly held that it is because people who are brought into tax court do not challenge jurisdiction by filing a counterclaim in a court of record and have thought that should be enough information to satisfy the questioner.
For those of you who are still not convinced that Americans are not required to pay income tax just look at the tax code itself. According to United States Code Title 26, Section 7806, Title 26 is not law. You may follow the link to read it or you may download the PDF directly from the US Government Printing Office website.
Many people who fill out IRS forms check the box by "I am a U.S. Person or U.S. citizen" without really comprehending what they are asserting when doing so. Hopefully, after reading this article, all of you human beings who are capable of reading, umlike U.S. persons, will stop doing so.
If you are an independent contractor or are in business for yourself, you will not be able to open a bank account in today's market without a federal tax identification number of employer identification number. Although, we as Americans are not required to file a tax return or pay income taxes, we still have to work within the system that has been fraudulently forced on us through the Federal Reserve Bank.
There has been much debate about the 16th Amendment to the US Constitution. Some of this debate has stated that the 16th Amendment gave the federal government the authority to levee a direct and unapportioned tax on sovereign Citizens within the several states. The contrary has actually occurred.
When an amendment is overturning another part of the Constitution, it has to specifically repeal that part of the Constitution that it is changing, because the Constitution cannot be in conflict with itself.
by M. Randolph Hamilton
The following are relevant cases supporting the income tax stance argued through this site. The cases provided included those for other case that relate to the varying arguments the prove the Citizens of the united States of America are not in fact required to pay a tax for the wages they earn. The cases are divided by categories.