16th Amendment Fraud

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sun, 02 Oct 2005 12:00:00 GMT
From drugsense:
"Any government has as much of a duty to avoid war as a ship's captain has to avoid a shipwreck." -- Guy de Maupassant

# We the People - USDC To Hear 16th Amendment Fraud Issue - could this be the beginning of the end of the income tax? I won't hold my breath.

# Claire Wolfe at Backwoods Home Magazine - What a Disaster... - how you should trust the government in the light of Hurricane Katrina. [claire]

# Drug War Chronicle - Denied: Massachusetts Jury Slaps Down Overreaching District Attorney in "School Zone" Bust - Kyle Sawin, one of the Berkshire teenagers who was charged with drug dealing withing 1000 feet of a school zone has been acquitted. Yay! I read this story last Saturday in the office of a local auto mechanic while renting a truck to carry furniture. I exclaimed that I was happy that the jury had nullified the law. The mechanic did not like the idea of nullification. I'd work on him, but an honest mechanic is hard to find; I don't want to further alienate him. [drcnet]

# henshawe at The Claire Files Forum - Personal Status: Freeman or Slave? - it seems that ancient Roman law, which has survived to the present, considers every person to be either a freeman or a slave. In Amerika, we're pretty much all slaves, at least in the eyes of the "law". [clairefiles]

# We watched Serenity yesterday afternoon. Three teenage boys, a young girl, her third grade teacher, my wife, and me. Considered as just another movie, I liked it. But it's definitely not for young kids or the squeemish. Had I known what we were in for, I wouldn't have taken my wife or daughter along. My one sentence take on leaving the theater was, "I didn't know we were going to a horror film." Christopher, my son, said this morning, "It was good. It was very well done. But it wasn't Firefly. It was just too cold and intense."

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