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America's Founders vs. the IRS

Azera Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 2:37 PM
Spirit - I'm not trying to be argumentative, but would you please point me to where in the article Chuck said anything or any of us here said anything about income taxes being unconstitutional. Those are your words and assertion and I would think you could easily back it up since it is central to your argument. Personally, I know taxes are constitutional and I'm not really opposed to paying them as long as the taxes really go towards something. What I oppose is the taxing of individuals in the manner it is done in this country. Income should be taxed ONCE, not multiple times which it is. Is that ok with you? Do you like each dollar that you earn by your hard work being taxed two and three times or more? If you say no, then I...
Azera Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 2:40 PM
I would suggest you re-read Chuck's article with a weeee bit of an open mind.
Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request revealed that agents for the Internal Revenue Service are bypassing warrants and sifting through the email and other electronic communications of American citizens.

Those documents disclosed that "agents were told they didn't need a warrant to root through emails, texts or Facebook pages of people (the IRS) is investigating," according to Fox News.

Despite the fact that IRS email surveillance is a clear affront to privacy and civil liberties, last week, the IRS categorically stated that it has done nothing wrong. The agency denies countrywide accusations that it is violating the Fourth Amendment, which...