Democratic presidential hopefuls are “playing the class warfare card” by supporting tax increases on private-equity and hedge-fund managers, says the billionaire founder of Black Entertainment TV, who warns the hike would hit minority-run investment
The Internal Revenue Service has lost a lawyer's challenge in front of a jury to prove a constitutional foundation for the nation's income tax, and the victorious attorney now is setting his sights higher.
U.S. Unable to Prove It's Not Voluntary
The United States appears to have bitten off more than it can chew when it sued Bob Schulz and the We The People organizations earlier this year in an effort to shut down "Operation Stop
Kermit and Dolores Atwood could lose their home because they didn't pay a $1.63 tax bill that was sent to the wrong address in 1996. The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune says the Atwoods didn't pay the property taxes on their four-bedroom house
A federal judge dismissed criminal charges Monday against 13 former partners of accounting giant KPMG, including 2 in Southern California, gutting what had been billed as the largest tax fraud case in US history. The ex-partners and other defendents
Young people. Politicians and University statists tell you that you owe a debt to your nation in the form of compulsory service to your country, currently called Universal Service. I am here to tell you that you have already given, so tell them wher
"On July 17th I’ll be appearing in Federal court charged, essentially, with petitioning the government for a redress of grievances. Starting at 8:00 a.m that day we'll rally in front of Concord's federal eyesore/building...then two hour
A Shreveport attorney who has challenged the government for years on the legality of filing federal income taxes has been acquitted on charges he failed to file returns. A federal jury unanimously found Tommy Cryer not guilty this week on two misdeme
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Longtime Shreveport, Louisiana, attorney, Tommy K. Cryer, is no stranger to conflict and controversy. The Hall of Fame attorney, an honor graduate of LSU Law School and member of the prestigious Order of the Coif, has a reputation for taking on issu
The case, Murphy v. IRS, resulted from a woman's award of compensatory damages for mental anguish and loss reputation after she turned whistleblower against her employer. Sec 104(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code (Title 26 of the US Code), stat
When the United States invaded Iraq more than four years ago, war opponent David Gross asked his bosses for a radical pay cut, enough so he wouldn't have to pay taxes to support the war. "I was having a hard time looking at myself in the
YouTube statement from Sherry Jackson about the IRS storming her home and arresting her.
Determined to crush dissent and squelch open discussion at all costs, the federal government is once again seeking to punish a "tax heretic"--someone with the gall to suggest that the federal Income tax is not what it seems.
Tax honesty angel Cynthia Neun, was convicted alongside her partner Irwin Schiff in a federal court presided over by a federal judge who stated, "I won’t have the law in my courtroom."
Ron Paul on The Rogers Report 6/22/07 speaking about the Ed & Elaine Brown situation
Congress shouldn't permanently extend a moratorium on taxes unique to the Internet. If Congress makes the ban permanent nothing would stop Internet providers from trying to expand the number of banned services. [ah, yah]
FUNNY. Nothing like watching unwitting supporters of taxes collide with those who have a different idea of what constitutes theft. "There's nothing fair about taxation. That's like saying some theft is fair."
With summer travel in full gear and motorists more conscious of the price of gasoline than ever before, few Americans realize that up to 60 cents of the cost per galling is the result of local, state and federal taxes.
Randy Weaver, the symbol of everything the government hopes to avoid with convicted tax evaders Ed and Elaine Brown, offered advice to the fugitives and warnings to federal agents at the Browns' fortified home. Weaver's wife and son were murd
I just spoke with Ed. He said that one of his guests was out walking the dog and was forced to run back to the house under gunfire. According to Ed, two shot were fired at his retreating, unarmed guest, the bullets coming close to his head.
Reports began emerging Thursday afternoon that dozens of police officers are surrounding the New Hampshire home of tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown, but a protracted stand-off seems to have been averted.
The era of tax-free e-mail, Internet shopping and broadband connections could end this fall, if recent proposals in the U.S. Congress prove successful.
Even as Congressional leaders draft legislation to reduce greenhouse gases linked to global warming, a powerful roster of Democrats and Republicans is pushing to subsidize coal as the king of alternative fuels.
In a series of calls, three debt collectors exhorted the taxpayer to call them back. When he returned the call, the man learned it related to a "personal business matter" and was asked to provide his SSN and mailing address before the colle
With only months left on a moratorium restricting state governments from taxing Internet access, the U.S. House of Representatives began a debate over whether the ban should be made permanent or allowed to lapse.
Great video! Never have to file income tax again? If Dr. Ron Paul becomes President, that dream would become a reality. No joke! Go Ron Go. Wonder why this kind of information dosent make it to the MSM? Because the the MSM is embedded (in Bed) with
An attorney in Shreveport, Louisiana is now risking his career, his future and his freedom, literally, to force the truth into the open. Will you risk a few dollars to help him win for all of us? THE BIG LIE: The Federal government
U.S. airlines, which already share the sky with corporate jets, are pushing to share their tax burden too. President George W. Bush is proposing to cut the amount passenger carriers such as American Airlines and Continental Airlines pay in federal
An analysis of federal records shows that some religious organizations are also hiring professional lobbyists to pursue the narrowly tailored individual appropriations known as earmarks.