The Law That Never Was - Yet People Just Keep On Giving!
Paul Andrew Mitchell on the 16th Amendment and related
Date: 6/3/2013 4:56:21 AM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 2299 times
June 3, 2013 -
... there are so many Court cases
> which clearly contradict each other on the
> legal effects of a ratified 16th amendment:
> The claim that "the [federal] income tax is 100% constitutional"
> is easily refuted because:
> (1) there is no LIABILITY STATUTE for taxes imposed by
> subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code: for authority,
> see Commissioner v. Acker:
> EVEN IF IRS were a de jure service, bureau, office or
> other subdivision of the U.S. Department of the Treasury --
> the one in Washington, D.C., NOT the other one in San Juan,
> Puerto Rico -- IRS would STILL not have any authority
> to create a tax liability solely by means of Regulations
> published in the Federal Register.
> (2) in the book "The Federal Zone" the obvious and deliberate
> vagueness that is rampant throughout the Internal Revenue Code
> is fully documented with lots of examples:
> see in particular the "Void for Vagueness Doctrine" and
> all supporting Court decisions:
> In point of Law, the 16th amendment is somewhat
> irrelevant: it's comparable to an electrical outlet:
> if Congress does not attempt to use that "power", THEN
> the absence of the requisite Act of Congress
> is highly significant -- in point of fact and in point of Law:
> Commissioner v. Acker held that liability for taxes
> cannot be created solely by means of Regulations --
> absent the requisite Act of Congress:
> ("Act of Congress" defined)
> Because IRS attempted to create a tax liability
> with the Regulation at 26 CFR 1.1-1,
> that Regulation violates Separation of Powers:
> only Congress can make law,
> IRS cannot make law:
> Since Separation of Powers is a fundamental Right
> guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution,
> IRS personnel can be terminated for violating that Right:
> see Sec. 1203 of the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act
> of 1998:
> (that RRA98 was never codified in the U.S. Code, however!)
> KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
> Sincerely yours,
> /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
> Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
(Policy + Guidelines)
> All Rights Reserved without Prejudice
> Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/supremelaw?hl=en.
January 1, 2018 - "The Law That Never Was" was co-authored by Red Beckman who has "crossed the threshold" about two days ago:
Martin J "Red" Beckman was a great Patriot from Billings Montana who co-authored the book "The Law That Never Was" with Bill Benson and who was the guiding light behind the discovery that the 16th Amendment was never ratified. He was also the author of many other books.
You can get his books on Amazon by just typing in his name as Red Beckman.
Red was a good friend and what I call a super patriot. He will be missed greatly.
> From: ...
> Date: January 1, 2019 at 12:56:22 AM MST
> To: "Recipient List Suppressed" ...
> Subject: Martin J "Red" Beckman
> On December 30, 2018, our friend and great mentor Martin J "Red" Beckman was taken home to be with our Father in heaven.
> Red was certainly ready having suffered from rheumatoid arthritis and heart problems for a number of years. With his devotion to our Savior and King, there is no doubt that he is in good hands.
> Please pray for Red's wife Earlene and their family.
> Many blessings,
 This discovery was made by personal and direct investigative research at the State capitals for each State at the time that the so-called Amendment was supposed to have been ratified.
Paul Andrew Mitchell, 16th amendment, federal income taxes, Red Beckman, The Law That Never Was, Separation of Powers, LIABILITY STATUTE for taxes, tax liability, Void for Vagueness Doctrine
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