Federal Income Taxes:
I'd gladly pay a bit more in taxes if it would help to assist programs that utilize spending properly in order to rejuvenate the economy.
Our income taxes do not fund any federal government services. All our vital services are paid for by other taxes and sources of income.
Every single penny of our income taxes goes straight to the federal reserve in interest payments.
Imagine the government is a family. Imagine that family has ten credit cards. Imagine they maxed them all out. This is what is happening in our federal government. The money coming in is only enough to cover the interest payments, and probably not that much.
Every single dollar that our government prints, it borrowed from the federal reserve at interest. And we were in the hole a long time ago.
This is why the people who know, know that abolishing the federal reserve is the only way we can save our country from imminent bankruptcy.
Not to mention, there is no law that states you must pay a tax on your wages. The supreme court ruled the sixteenth amendment did NOT give the federal government the power to tax your labor.
As of late, militant judges have been forcing their will on juries, because the judges know that there is no law that states you must pay a federal income tax. Period. Do the research.
Freedom to Fascism is a good start for people who wish to understand how our economic system is designed to work. It's on google video, watch it and learn.
Freedom to Fascism
wiki- Aaron Russo received numerous awards for his achievements. They include a Grammy, a Tony, an Emmy, plus many gold and platinum records. His films were nominated for six Academy Awards, as well as seven Golden Globes. His films have won three Golden Globes, as well as the Image Award.
In the 1990s he ran into trouble with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and eventually found himself with $2 million dollars in liens against him. Years later in 2005, he wrote, produced, and directed a feature film/documentary titled America: Freedom to Fascism, billed as an exposé of the IRS. He also took to describing himself as a "freedom fighter."