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Outline of Fundamentals on Taxation

Edited 01/08/2018 Outline For Constitutional Fundamentals “Frequent recurrence  to fundamental principles is essential to the security of individual rights and the perpetuity of free government.” Utah Constitution, Article I, Section 27: Fundamental Principles “. . . [B]ecause the tendency of … Continue reading

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The Equal Footing Doctrine

In understanding this subject, there are several terms that must be understood and agreed upon, such as:  Sovereign, sovereignty, delegation of authority, democracy, republic, socialism/communism and others that I will touch on as I proceed.  Although the term “equal footing” … Continue reading

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Helping to Make America Great

Make America Great Again Return to Our Fundamental principles I continue to impress upon those who would read this blog the importance of recurring to fundamental principles when deciding issues in this Nation, under our contract which was established by … Continue reading

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Plenary Powers of Income Taxation

Edited: 01/15/2018 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 … Continue reading

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