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eddie again Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 1:16 PM
the powers of the central government should be few and clearly defined. that principle has clearly left the building. in addition, the government has made it impossible to implement that principle by controlling the education of the masses. the government has ensured, through its control of education, that the masses are incapable of thinking clearly, logically or critically. we are probably at a point where only economic pain will be able to penetrate the government indoctrination the government has inflicted on its people through the government run schools. the best thing a patriot can do now is to attack the government run schools relentlessly and with great fervor.
Happy Jake Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 1:29 PM
"the powers of the central government should be few and clearly defined."

They are, in the Constitution. Primarily in article 1, Section 8 (which says what "necessary and proper" laws Congress has the power to pass) and several of the amendments. The President's powers are laid out in Article 2, Section 2, and the Federal Courts' jurisdiction is explicitly defined in Article 3, Section 2. It's not that there are no explicit definitions, it's that for at least 80 years, the explicit delegations of powers have been ignored.
Vic156 Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 10:58 PM
Which is why we need to organize better. Commenting here is fine. Do you have a private e-mail? Are you using pgp or some other encryption protocol to really get yourself and your fellow believers together? Don't answer here. I'm just pointing out a couple of steps that you should take. Perhaps even encrypted files on hand delivered thumb drives that were written on non net connected computers if you're serious.
Again I attest that I'm not doing these things and I strongly suggest that anyone who is be very silent about it. After all Janet Napalitano said you might be a terrorist if you have more than a week's worth of food... Beware LDS.
These are the types of invasive tax maneuvers that boiled the blood of our Founding Fathers. But there's still a way out of all our Internal Revenue Service wars and woes.

U.S. News & World Report highlighted some more encroaching news this past week in the article "IRS High-Tech Tools Track Your Digital Footprints."

The IRS is "collecting a lot more than taxes this year," the report explained. "It's also acquiring a huge volume of personal information on taxpayers' digital activities, from eBay auctions to Facebook posts and, for the first time ever, credit card and e-payment transaction records."

It added, "The agency reveals...