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    Truth and History of How Our Country was Stolen.

    The Federal Reserve is not part of the Government but there are laws that require you to pay Federal taxes. Those laws are known as the Internal Revenue Code.

    The Federal Reserve has nothing to do with the Internal Revenue Service.

    Internal Revenue Code
    Internal Revenue Code of 1986 legal definition of Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Internal Revenue Code of 1986 synonyms by the Free Online Law Dictionary.

    Federal tax law begins with the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), enacted by Congress in Title 26 of the United States Code (26 U.S.C.).

    Tax Code, Regulations and Official Guidance
    26 USC Subtitle A - Income Taxes | Title 26 - Internal Revenue Code | U.S. Code | LII / Legal Information Institute
    Posted 12-31-2013 at 12:55 PM by TheOak TheOak is offline
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    Truth and History of How Our Country was Stolen.

    There is NO LAW that requires you to pay the Federal Income Tax.

    Is the Federal Reserve a part of the United States Government, or is it a private bank owned and operated by multinational corporate interests?

    Do they have our nation's best interests at heart? Unless something changes, what does the future of the United States look like?

    Posted 12-26-2013 at 11:31 AM by foreverfan foreverfan is offline
    Updated 12-26-2013 at 12:32 PM by foreverfan
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    Posted 12-25-2013 at 07:43 AM by UK_WhoDat UK_WhoDat is offline
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    Truth and History of How Our Country was Stolen.

    "I think if you were to go back and and try to find and review the ratification of the 16th amendment, which was the internal revenue, the income tax, I think if you went back and examined that carefully, you would find that a sufficient number of states never ratified that amendment." - U.S. District Court Judge James C. Fox, Sullivan Vs. United States, 2003.

    Later that same year, and apparently unwilling to risk another questionable amendment, Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act over Christmas holiday 1913, while members of Congress opposed to the measure were at home. This was a very underhanded deal, as the Constitution explicitly vests Congress with the authority to issue the public currency, does not authorize its delegation, and thus should have required a new Amendment to transfer that authority to a private bank. But pass it Congress did, and President Woodrow Wilson signed it as he promised the bankers he would in exchange for generous campaign contributions. Wilson later regretted that decision.

    "I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is now controlled by its system of credit. We are no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men." -- Woodrow Wilson 1919

    It was at this time that public schools in the United States shifted the history of the American Revolution away from the Currency act, lest some sharp student ask why the nation was now back under the exact same form of banking that revolution had been fought to free us from.

    As President, John F. Kennedy understood the predatory nature of private central banking. He understood why Andrew Jackson fought so hard to end the Second Bank of the United States. So Kennedy ordered the US Treasury to issue a new public currency, the United States Note.

    Kennedy's United States Notes were not borrowed form the Federal Reserve but created by the US Government and backed by the silver stockpiles held by the US Government. It represented a return to the system of economics the United States had been founded on, and was perfectly legal for Kennedy to do. All told, some four and one half billion dollars went into public circulation, eroding interest payments to the Federal Reserve and loosening their control over the nation's money supply. Five months later John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Texas, and the United States Notes pulled from circulation and destroyed (except for samples held by collectors). John J. McCloy, President of the Chase Manhattan Bank, and President of the World Bank, was named to the Warren Commission, presumably to make certain the banking dimensions behind the assassination were concealed from the public.

    Now we are once again hearing the politicians in Washington DC wail and moan about the need to raise the government's debt ceiling. The debate is framed by the servile corporate media as whether we should or should not, because the really important question Americans need to ask is why the government is in such debt to begin with. And the answer (which the federal Reserve hopes you never realize) is really quite simple. When you have a privately-owned central bank issuing the nation's currency as a loan at interest, by design the debt always exceeds the available money supply. There is no way to ever pay the debt off, which is why the whole system is a trap. The moment that first pretty printed piece of paper was loaned into circulation..

    ... more money is owed to that bank than is actually in existence. It doesn't matter how hard the people work, how much they pay in taxes, or how much they sacrifice, they can never get out of that debt ... as long as they play by the rules the private central banks created, like the money itself, out of thin air.

    So, as this debate about raising the debt ceiling starts up again, remember that the reason the corporate media is so focused on whether the debt ceiling should be raised or not, is because they don't want you thinking about why there is such a huge debt to begin with.

    The question both government and the corporate media will never ask, and hope you do not ask, is why, when the Constitution authorizes the US Government to create and issue debt-free money, has the United States Government borrowed instantly-created money at interest from a privately-owned central bank and cursed you and your descendants with the out of control interest?

    But that IS the question you need to ask yourself, your family and friends, indeed everyone you know.

    Why, when the Constitution authorizes the US Government to create and issue debt-free money, has the United States Government borrowed instantly-created money at interest from a privately-owned central bank and cursed you and your descendants with the out of control interest, for the last 100 years?
    Posted 12-24-2013 at 03:30 PM by foreverfan foreverfan is offline
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    Wrapping Up The Regular Season

    Where do I send the check for the therapy session provided in this post?

    I suffer from post traumatic stress from the Ram game.
    A great weekend in St. Louis ended with tragedy.
    Posted 12-18-2013 at 07:27 PM by MaggieMayTB MaggieMayTB is offline
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    Counter Measures

    I sure hope you're right, along with an entire fan base I'm sure.
    Posted 12-16-2013 at 11:22 PM by Halo Halo is offline
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    So Who's Super Bowl Bound For The 2013/2014 Season?

    The Cowgirls are out for sure...
    Posted 12-11-2013 at 05:37 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    So Who's Super Bowl Bound For The 2013/2014 Season?

    NE lost Gronk and that is going to sting. Bengals seem to be playing strong lately.
    Posted 12-11-2013 at 02:26 PM by TheOak TheOak is offline
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    Sanity Zone 11-8-2013. Friendly Fire

    2014 people.... Do something!
    Posted 11-08-2013 at 08:29 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    The Obvious And The Underrated

    "It's only weird if it doesn't work ... ", good read & keep on postin' ... your team needs you, .
    Posted 11-04-2013 at 07:16 AM by SloMotion SloMotion is offline
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    Sanity Zone 10-2-2013 Shut Down and Loving it.

    I haven't read all the responses, but an early response insinuated the "Peace" movement (which was any damn thing but peaceful by the time it became popular - bastardized by then) influenced the end of the Vietnam War.


    The author of this post must surely have skipped History Class. This can be verified by simply looking at the date of the first troop reduction. Then again, one must know a bit about the "Peace" movement to make any meaning of the initial reduction date, which is where this comment makes me laugh and spit skoal on my screen.

    Elvis is not dead. Check the spelling on the stone.

    Also in fact the United States ramped up its involvement in Vietnam through the duration of the "Peace" movement. Good Lord in Heaven how far we have fallen...
    Posted 11-01-2013 at 09:49 AM by saintfan saintfan is offline
    Updated 11-01-2013 at 02:06 PM by saintfan
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    It looks more and more like, Apple copying something? NeauxFW!
    Posted 10-30-2013 at 01:46 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Originally Posted by WHODATINCA View Comment
    $24 billion is what Ted Cruz and The Tea Party have cost this country.

    This number is according to an estimate from Standard & Poor who said the shutdown, which ended with a deal late Wednesday night after 16 days, took $24 billion out of the U.S. economy, and reduced projected fourth-quarter GDP growth from 3 percent to 2.4 percent.

    Read more: Government Shutdown Cost $24 Billion, According to Standard & Poor's |
    And it'll cost more the more there is bigger government....which is counter to the framers of our country. We have already reached the point of no return. It is merely a matter of time before we go up in flames. Too many moochers getting some from too many elected, and some appointed, looters... and this is across all party lines. Pretty soon our debt payment will easily be the largest budget expenditure... and just you wait until interest rates go up. You ain't seen nothing yet!
    Posted 10-30-2013 at 12:37 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Sanity Zone 10-2-2013 Shut Down and Loving it.

    As all industries should be, including embedded and payroll deducted taxes, if the consumer had to actually shell out from their wallets and write a check instead of dealing with our purposefully confusingly designed system, there would be pressure borne in all industries in keeping costs down, not that it would matter for the moocher crowd as they are on the dole anyway.
    Posted 10-30-2013 at 12:32 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Sanity Zone 10-2-2013 Shut Down and Loving it.

    Do you understand the difference between cost and price?

    Here is a rudimentary explanation for you.
    Economic Perspective: Price versus cost

    Hopefully you can understand what i am about to say next, as it is very basic logic.

    These are hypo dollar amounts but you should get the picture.

    A bottle of Tylenol costs $6 to make and get to the local CVS, the local CVS charges you a price of $12. The on top of $6 that the CVS is not all profit most of it is consumed by indirect costs by CVS.

    That same bottle of Tylenol has the same cost to a hospital but the hospital bills you or your insurance $15-$50 per pill because; some will say "the hospital has more indirect costs", some will say " because you get charged for the whole bottle whether you use it or not". The reasons go on as long as the internet.

    You are more than welcome to explore it your self.
    10 Wildly Overinflated Hospital Costs | Reader's Digest

    Now get past all of that and for arguments sake your insurance was billed $25 for that Tylenol pill, that is still not the price to you as the Insurance Company has indirect costs built into your premiums to cover the costs of running their company. As a matter of how insurance works you never pay the full price for anything, the costs to that Insurance Company get redistributed amongst all policy holders.

    Now we are going to add Government indirects instead of Insurance Company on top of that. ACA has an administration, it has teams of people going door to door that are getting paid, its mas many levels of operational administration that normally make more in total comp that their counter parts in the private sector depending... That is all tax money... Oh and I will add $$100-500M for a website that doesn't work just for the hell of it.
    Obamacare's broken website cost more than LinkedIn, Spotify combined | Digital Trends

    Going back to my previous comment days ago. The ACA has done nothing to address the costs associated with that Tylenol and all of the gouging that goes on up the chain. All it has done, or shall I say, promises to do is lower the rates for Health Insurance... But it doesn't exactly do that does it? It functions like insurance so it doesn't lower the rates, it redistributes them into a larger pool. This is why the ACA fails with out the healthy younger participation.

    If you want to truly lower healthcare costs, stop the price for the end payer for a tablet of Tylenol from being in the $100 range.

    Why am I vehemently against this you still ask? My tax dollars are being burnt by incompetent politicians who turn a blind eye to the gouging that is the basis and structure of the health Care Industry.. They do not want to resolve the problem, they just want to put a patch on it by taking more money from me.

    Now the Government is bringing in Verizon to fix their website? WTF??? More cost on top of wasted cost. Do you realize how many people the Government could insure for what they spent on that frikken website alone?
    Posted 10-23-2013 at 12:11 PM by TheOak TheOak is offline
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    Sanity Zone 10-2-2013 Shut Down and Loving it.

    Isn't it interesting, however, that no one actually implemented solutions that likely would have made a difference? Solutions like, buying insurance across state lines, as you can with auto insurance; tort reform which has worked in Texas; Changing patent laws for pharmaceuticals to make scripts more reasonably priced; eliminating the anchor baby loophole and the problem with illegals abusing our system (And yes, there are Mexicans who have never stepped foot in the USA currently on Medicaid and Medicare). And I am missing quite a few still. Our National Nipple is no longer just a national one, but an international one. Isn't it any wonder we won't ever have a surplus anymore? The larger question looms however. If they actually know this will bankrupt our country faster and sooner then later, why are they indeed going forth with it? What is the ulterior agenda and who is behind it? Why not follow common sense approaches with simple things as ID for voting and getting healthcare so that they can verify citizenship? What is the left afraid of with ID laws to protect the sovereignty of the blessed country?
    Posted 10-19-2013 at 09:57 AM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline

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