I just listened to a bit of the CPAC convention that began today and Sean Hannity was on the platform with dual citizen at birth (opposite of natural-born citizen) Ted Cruz and Constitutional Ignoramus Sean Hannity asked foreign citizen at birth Ted Cruz, if Cruz were elected president in 2016, what are the first things you would do. Cruz responded that first he would repeal Obamacare & second, he would abolish the IRS. Now I ask, other than changing the Constitution via another amendment that would revert us back to a system under the likes of the original Articles of Confederation that brought division rather than unification, how does Cruz propose to pay for the “INTERNAL” business of the Federal government of the United States that is constitutionally in place at this time? Shouldn’t his answer have been to educate the public and return the IRS back to its jurisdictional confines that were established in 1862 when it was first formed under the Revenue Act of 1862?
“On earth as it is in heaven: establishing jurisdiction”
The 1st order of business when establishing any law is to define the jurisdiction of the law-maker. As …YHWH established His jurisdiction in the beginning, so too, our law makers must first determine whether or not the law they are intending to write and eventually pass, whether or not they have jurisdictional authority to enforce the said law. So before they can begin writing the law, they must 1st define who the law will apply to. Therefore, when one is accused of breaking the law, the 1st order of business in determining whether the law was broken or not broken is to determine if the activity of the accused falls under the jurisdiction of accuser according to the definitions within the law itself that the accuser wrote.
And therein lay the beauty of the decision of the Supreme Court and the opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts, a God-fearing Constitutional lawyer, who knew & understood the definition of the words that define the jurisdictional authority of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (Obamacare) as it is defined in the 16th Amendment that is 100% in compliance with the confines of the authority given to the Federal Government as is defined in Article I of the Constitution of the United States as it applies to “We the People” of these United States.
And so each year people pay undue taxes, fines and penalties, and sometimes even go to jail or prison, all because they failed to 1st establish whether or not the activity they were involved in fell under the jurisdictional authority of said law as defined within the confines of the said law they are accused of breaking. And this breaking of the law (wrongfully applying the law) that brings one under the jurisdictional authority of the said law can be as simple as signing ones name on a government document when there is no jurisdictional authority requiring them to sign the said government document in the 1st place. A document as simple as a W-4 or a 1099 form & all subsequent government documents that those 2 simple forms require the law-breaker (wrongfully applying the law) to file each year. All because one chose to trust man so to himself, remain ignorant of the law.
The 16th Amendment did not create the Federal Internal Revenue, the Internal Revenue was established by the passing of the Revenue Act of 1862. What most do not know is that the Fuller Court (highly corrupt) had overturned certain aspects of the Revenue Act, thereby creating loopholes for their capital cronies. [Pollock v. Farmer’s Loan & Trust, 157 U.S. 429, and 158 U.S. 601, (both 1895)] And that is where the 16th Amendment came in, to lawfully correct the corrupt opinion of the Fuller court. Well, the cronies were having a fit so they again filed another lawsuit, [Brushaber v. Union Pacific R. Co., 240 U.S. 1, 240 U.S. 17-18 (1916)], and this time they were not so lucky as to find themselves before another corrupt court they had bought off. The White Court unanimously voted to reverse the Pollock decision and the loopholes were closed up, thereby giving jurisdictional authority back to the Federal Internal Revenue as is originally defined in the Revenue Act of 1862. Chief Justice White wrote:
“In the matter of taxation, the Constitution recognizes the two great classes of direct and indirect taxes, and lays down two rules by which their imposition must be governed, namely, the rule of apportionment as to direct taxes, and the rule of uniformity as to duties, imposts, and excises. … “The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeration.” … It is clear on the face of this text that it does not purport to confer power to levy income taxes in a generic sense — an authority already possessed and never questioned – or to limit and distinguish between one kind of income taxes and another, but that the whole purpose of the Amendment was to relieve all income taxes when imposed from apportionment from a consideration of the source whence the income was derived.”
But you say, see, there it is “income taxes in a generic sense” and so that means my income too. I ask, is that what the definition of the jurisdictional authority of the Internal Revenue Code states as it is written within the IR Code (26 CFR)? I think you better go and read the definitions as they are written in the law because for the 1st 30 yrs after the 16th Amendment became law, less than 10% of all Americans who were employed filed income tax forms with the Federal Internal Revenue Service. But more importantly the Internal Revenue Service was established in 1862 and so if “income” is a generic term applied to all, then the tax that was levied to pay for the Civil War would not have been an equal apportioned tax handed out to the States as defined within the jurisdictional authority codified in the Constitution of the United States, instead they would have issued an indirect excise tax that is not confined to equal apportionment, indirect excise taxes such as those that are reported on every W-2, 1099 & K-1 forms filed with the IRS. Have you never asked yourself why it is called “Internal Revenue”? Think about it!
And so the Internal Revenue law stands today as it was established in 1862 & subsequently ratified as the 16th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States in 1913, many a time tried in the courts and from 1916 forward, neigh once was it overruled. Even as recently as the decision of the Roberts Court that was handed down. Oh how I love the law, both His and that of the United States of America where justice is done, where mercy is given, as long as one 1st establishes jurisdictional authority.
On earth as it is in heaven, first order of business, establish jurisdiction and then establish the jurisdictional authority of the source of your income because it is the jurisdiction that the source is under that causes one to come under the jurisdictional authority of the requirements of the law.