With the news and outrage cycle in need of a fresh Trump reset now that the first presidential debate is just two days away, on Sunday afternoon – almost exactly two years after the NYT first published a report alleging … Continue reading NYT Publishes 10,000 Word Summary Of 20 Years Of Trump Tax Returns; President Calls It “Totally Fake News”
There’s a lot more to taxation than the income tax. There are so many hidden taxes that most people don’t pay attention to or even think of as taxes.
Are you familiar with Tax Freedom Day? No, it isn’t the day after April 15th. According to the TaxFoundation, it’s the day of the year when the average American has earned enough money to pay for all the income taxes.
Never mind the fact that the IRS itself has been unconstitutionally taxing most Americans for the past century. If you are found to be delinquent in paying your taxes,the IRS can now revoke your passport, and prevent you from traveling until you’ve been cleared by the tax behemoth. As USA Today reports: A new enforcement provision passed by Congress and signed into law earlier this month allows the government to revoke the passports of seriously delinquent tax scofflaws — people who owe more than $50,000 to Uncle Sam. “You could be on your honeymoon and they could revoke your passport,” said Tom Wheelwright, … Continue reading The IRS Can Nix Your Right to Travel: “They Could Revoke Your Passport on Your Honeymoon”
(NaturalNews) Taking money from people is called theft, but to the US government, it’s called raising revenue. The 16th Amendment of the US Constitution, passed in 1909 and ratified in 1913, granted Congress sweeping new powers to take the fruits of the people’s labor. America now operates on a system of taking, where the most successful politicians are the ones who convince the masses to give up the fruits of their labor for new government programs. Americans supposedly live in the land of the free, but the bald eagle soaring high is now just a facade, because Americans are trapped in a birdcage. … Continue reading U.S. Congress giving IRS authority to rescind passports to prevent citizens from leaving the country
This year the comparable numbers are $325 or 2 percent of income Image Credits: 401(K) 2012 via Flickr. The math is harsh: The federal penalty for having no health insurance is set to jump to $695, and the Obama administration is being urged to highlight that cold fact in its new pitch for health law sign-ups. That means the 2016 sign-up season starting Nov. 1 could see penalties become a bigger focus for millions of people who have remained eligible for coverage but uninsured. They’re said to be squeezed for money and skeptical about spending what they have on health insurance. … Continue reading NO HEALTH INSURANCE? NEXT YEAR THAT’LL MEAN A $695 FINE
O.K. Pastors, Evangelists, Missionaries, Deacons, Trustees, Elders….listen up! Let’s stop all the hocus-pocus, the illusions, the scams, the fairy-tales and the out right lies regarding what the 501(c)(3) incorporated church is and is not. For a change, let’s deal with facts. For those of you who don’t understand “facts”, in the legal arena facts are used and are supported by documented evidence which would be admissible in a legitimate court of law. Facts are not hyperbole! THE DOWN side of the 501(c)(3) corporation: *The creator of a corporation is the State; *The State is the sole authority and sovereign head … Continue reading THE 501(c)(3) INCORPORATED CHURCH: “DOWN AND DIRTY”
O.K. Pastors, Evangelists, Missionaries, Deacons, Trustees, Elders….listen up! Let’s stop all the hocus-pocus, the illusions, the scams, the fairy-tales and the out right lies regarding what the 501(c)(3) incorporated church is and is not. For a change, let’s deal with … Continue reading THE 501(c)(3) INCORPORATED CHURCH: “DOWN AND DIRTY”
First published in A.D. 2003, Cracking The Code is one of, perhaps the, premier book on how to avoid paying income taxes to the IRS. Peter Eric Hendrickson is the book’s author. His wife is Doreen Hendrickson. He seems strong. She does … Continue reading Court Orders Defendant to Commit Perjury?
Back in February 2012, Maryland farmer, Randy Sowers, was visited by Federal agents who told him they thought he was an honest businessman. They were visiting him because of a federal law that requires banks to report deposits of more … Continue reading IRS takes Maryland farmer’s funds under laundering law
With the end of “tax season” nearly a week behind us, many Americans are likely moving through the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, or acceptance. It is probably not shocking to anyone to hear that the IRS … Continue reading 102 Years of Taxation: Chart Shows How out of Control the IRS Has Gotten
With the end of “tax season” nearly a week behind us, many Americans are likely moving through the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, or acceptance. It is probably not shocking to anyone to hear that the IRS is among the most hated and feared of the government agencies (it has taken first place in many annual polls). A quick look at the history of the income tax might provide some hints as to why we despise the agency so much: From IJReview: The modern income tax began in February 1913 when Congress passed the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution, … Continue reading 102 Years of Taxation: Chart Shows How out of Control the IRS Has Gotten
Christians are suing the Internal Revenue Status for discrimination against churches. (Charisma News File) Alliance Defending Freedom filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the Internal Revenue Service for failing to produce records on its secret deal with an activist group to investigate … Continue reading Christians Sue IRS for Covert Deal Against Churches
This week the Justice Department announced it would not charge former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official Lois Lerner with contempt of Congress Image Credits: davidreber, Flickr This week the Justice Department announced it would not charge former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) … Continue reading THE IRS AND CONGRESS BOTH HOLD OUR LIBERTY IN CONTEMPT
Kent Hovind needs your prayers. It’s looking like federal prosecutor Tiffany Eggers has filed notice that the Government intends to go after Kent Hovind once again and retry him. Peter J Reilly, of Forbes, reports Independent Baptist Minister and Young Earth Creationist, … Continue reading Kent Hovind’s Persecutors Will Seek New Trial
Damian Dovarganes, AP Pensacola News Journal letter to the editor. Hovind needs more than apology Pensacola resident Dr. Kent Hovind deserves more than an apology from the IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. In the U.S. News article dated Feb. 11, AP … Continue reading Letters: Kent Hovind needs more than an apology
That the American Church has problems is no surprise. Critics of the Church, many of whom have never actually taken an active part, have hurled pot shots at the Church since it’s inception. Churches are led and comprised of sinful, … Continue reading The American Church Has Some Big Problems
Appointment ‘would greatly assist in the recovery of evidence and end stonewalling Dozens of tea party organizations that have sued the Internal Revenue Service for obstructing their application for tax-exempt status because of their beliefs are demanding that the government … Continue reading TEA PARTY GROUPS SUING IRS CALL FOR INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR
Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez told The Daily Caller Friday that he didn’t know that illegal immigrants are eligible for tax refunds — even if they haven’t paid taxes. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told members of Congress Wednesday that illegal immigrants who … Continue reading ‘I Know Nothing!’ Hispanic Caucus Member Didn’t Know That Illegals Will Receive Tax Refunds
Attorney: ‘This is shocking’ (ASSOCIATED PRESS) — An Iowa widow is charged with a crime and had nearly $19,000 seized from her bank after depositing her late husband’s legally earned money in a way that evaded federal reporting requirements. Janet Malone, … Continue reading WOMAN CHARGED OVER HOW SHE DEPOSITED CASH