New Income Tax Scandal: How the Income Tax Cheats Workers out of Million$ Each Year and the Corrupt Reasons Why This Happens
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New Income Tax Scandal: How the Income Tax Cheats Workers out of Million$ Each Year and the Corrupt Reasons Why This Happens

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ISBN-13:
9781514415665
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EPUB
Seiten:
134
Autor:
J. Christopher Garrison
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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As a long-standing annual reality, Americans have come to view April 15 for one particular unpleasant significance - the legal deadline to file their income tax returns - unless, of course, they are in the ranks of those malcontents who defiantly refuse to fulfill this obligation. Like most of us, citizen tax reformer, J. Christopher Garrison avoids such self-defeating tactics and pays due respect to all aspects of current tax law. Nonetheless, fearlessly exercising his right to free speech, in his book, The New Income Tax Scandal, Garrison lays bare and denounces the shocking truth about the way the IRS has classified American workers under income tax law. Armed with a comprehensive body of evidence, Garrison filed suit against the IRS, determined to raise the issue before federal courts. His book documents the issue and the litigation that ensued. This is the story of Garrison's futile and exasperating attempt to right a wrong. The fact that the outcome was cynically predetermined by the government to fail, makes Garrison's documented account interesting reading. Hence, and not surprising, the attempt unearthed a trail of deceit, distortion, and hypocrisy perpetrated by those in government sworn to serve the people. Anticipate a sense of outrage when you witness how the courts stonewalled Garrison and suppressed his evidence, when you witness the courts' duplicitous interpretation of constitutional law, when you come face to face with the horrifying realization that all this was to cover up the truth that working Americans have been classified by the IRS in the same manner American slaves were classified - beings who have no right to claim their bodily labor as their property. Garrison cites State and Federal court cases (including U.S. Supreme Court) that have confirmed the legal standing of bodily labor as a worker's property, Constitutionally protected under the Fifth Amendment. Finally, Garrison outlines a new tax system that he believes will remedy the problem he addresses.
As a long-standing annual reality, Americans have come to view April 15 for one particular unpleasant significance - the legal deadline to file their income tax returns - unless, of course, they are in the ranks of those malcontents who defiantly refuse to fulfill this obligation. Like most of us, citizen tax reformer, J. Christopher Garrison avoids such self-defeating tactics and pays due respect to all aspects of current tax law. Nonetheless, fearlessly exercising his right to free speech, in his book, The New Income Tax Scandal, Garrison lays bare and denounces the shocking truth about the way the IRS has classified American workers under income tax law. Armed with a comprehensive body of evidence, Garrison filed suit against the IRS, determined to raise the issue before federal courts. His book documents the issue and the litigation that ensued. This is the story of Garrison's futile and exasperating attempt to right a wrong. The fact that the outcome was cynically predetermined by the government to fail, makes Garrison's documented account interesting reading. Hence, and not surprising, the attempt unearthed a trail of deceit, distortion, and hypocrisy perpetrated by those in government sworn to serve the people. Anticipate a sense of outrage when you witness how the courts stonewalled Garrison and suppressed his evidence, when you witness the courts' duplicitous interpretation of constitutional law, when you come face to face with the horrifying realization that all this was to cover up the truth that working Americans have been classified by the IRS in the same manner American slaves were classified - beings who have no right to claim their bodily labor as their property. Garrison cites State and Federal court cases (including U.S. Supreme Court) that have confirmed the legal standing of bodily labor as a worker's property, Constitutionally protected under the Fifth Amendment. Finally, Garrison outlines a new tax system that he believes will remedy the problem he addresses.