100 years of failure
COMMENTARY BY ANTHONY E. PARENT, ESQ.
Both privacy and income, property rights if you will, have been unconstitutionally attacked since passage the 16th Amendment, which was ratified in 1913.
“But the 16th Amendment is constitutional,” you say. “The courts said so,” you say.
Yes, but that is only that matter was decided by federal judges. Judges who — by the way — exempted themselves from the tax code. That’s right, the federal judges who ruled the IRS can tax your income, felt that their own income should be off limits. Does this sound like a entity that has is impartial enough to decide the constitutionally of any income taxing structure?
(the Federal courts eventually did relent and agreed to be subject to income tax, but only after a few decades of humiliation) .