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Plenary Powers of Income Taxation

Edited: 9/25/2017 Reply John O. McGinnis article: The Modern Constitution Empowers Redistribution, the Original One Not So Much Liberty Law Form September 19, 2017 An interesting article, however, I would take exception to the conclusion that Mr. McGinnis makes concerning … Continue reading

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Taxation and The Silver Bullet . . .

IF YOU ARE WILLING TO USE IT. . . . “The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes . . .” Constitution for the United States of America Article I, Section 8, cl 1. Understanding just what it … Continue reading

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Fundamental Principles and the Rule of Law

This is a reasonable axiom that is learned from history although not well learned and followed by subsequent generations.  Niccolò Machiavelli, expressed this principle [1469-1527]: ”Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble … Continue reading

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Tax Filing Time – Lie to Us Again

Donald Trump and Taxes These foolish and ignorant socialist demonstrate their lack of education and therefore knowledge when they attack President Trump and his tax returns.  I have not seen or been made aware of any statute passed by Congress … Continue reading

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