Someone was saying hang them with their own rope?
Yes: this news is significant for all 300 million Americans,
particularly as the annual April 15 tax deadline approaches.
There is no liability STATUTE for taxes imposed by subtitle A
of the Internal Revenue Code: IRS tried to create that liability
with regulations instead, but it's not legal for IRS to do that:
THE IRS CREATED THE INCOME TAX LIABILITY, NOT CONGRESS!
An administrative regulation is NOT an "Act of Congress":
US CODE: Title 1,101. Enacting clause (defines "Act of Congress")
Regulations are written and promulgated by Executive Branch agencies,
NOT by the Congress of the United States i.e. the Legislative Branch.
Only the Congress can "make federal laws":
Supreme Law Library : Reference : White House Constitution : whuscons
EVEN IF IRS were a de jure service or bureau within
the U.S. Department of the Treasury (which they are not),
they would STILL not have any authority to create a tax liability
by means of regulations published in the Federal Register.
So, in point of fact, IRS has been impersonating the Congress
and impersonating the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
These are violations of 18 USC 912 and 31 USC 333,
US CODE: Title 18,912. Officer or employee of the United States (felony federal offense)
US CODE: Title 31,333. Prohibition of misuse of Department of the Treasury names, symbols, etc. (civil and criminal penalties)
And, since Treasury fell silent in response to a proper and lawful
SUBPOENA IN A CIVIL CASE, they were legally estopped
the moment we filed a NOTICE OF DEFAULT, BY AFFIDAVIT
at the Tenth Circuit today. Service of LEGAL MAIL is effected
on the day it's posted.
"Estoppel" basically means that they cannot come
forward any longer, because they had their chance,
for several years, and they couldn't produce a STATUTE.
So, now it's O-V-E-R for them.
The Federal Income Tax Officially DIED today (3/27/2007) at 13:53:58 PDT