Definitions in codes/statutes supersede common definitions. Terms supersede words.

If a statute or code has definitions, especially of common everyday words, then the definition in the statute/code supersedes the everyday definition! If ‘blue’ is defined as ‘yellow’ then blue means yellow for that statute, code, or chapter. Why else would a statute have a definition of a common term? For example, in everyday language, […]

Cracking the Code: Untangling the tax on federal income. Table of Contents with links to online version!

The classic book, Cracking the Code: The Fascinating Truth about Taxation in America, is now available online. To facilitate navigation, links to each chapter are pasted below. First a summary or teaser: What You Will Learn in ‘Cracking the Code’: That an elaborate system has been created which causes some people to whom the tax […]

The Income Tax Challenge. A transcribed interview with David:Williams of NoThanksIRS

. Editor’s Note: Content from No Thanks, IRS! – Helping Americans legally OPT OUT of income tax since 2009. (famguardian.org). ————————————————— The Income Tax Challenge Hello everyone. Welcome to our program today wherein we reveal information that challenges the popular narrative about federal and state income taxes. Many of the tax researchers who comprise the […]

Tax form says ‘individual’ means ‘sole-proprietor’. Individual is not a man. It means a company, an entity.

A tax form i came across revealed part of the deception about the tax on federal income. The tax form, on a vendor site, lists ‘entity‘ options, and the first option in the list is “individual / sole proprietor”. Hence, this likely means when IRS refers to an individual, IRS means a company of one. […]