Wednesday, April 12, 2006

How to highlight your Tax Code
Updated 2-24-09

Here are the lines that you need to highlight and mark with a plastic color-coded tab, to make your Internal Revenue Code accessible to you, the average productive American. After you highlight your Tax Code, you can prove to yourself that there's no law making you liable for keeping records, filing, or paying an income tax.

To educate yourself as every working American should be about taxation, follow this simple 5-step tactical plan:

Citizens' 5-Step Anti-Terrorism Plan
1) read the Tax Honesty Primer on the American Glasnost website
2) buy Rep. Phil Hart's book (see link)
3) buy the Internal Revenue Code and highlight it
4) learn the points in the Tax Honesty Primer to answer terrorists

5) use a service like Nontaxpayer.org to answer IRS letters

In just a short time you can be educated on the origin, history, and law surrounding the largest financial fraud in history; you'll walk through the maze built by corrupt Congresses for over 90 years. You'll begin to see that America's real War on Terror is against a powerful domestic enemy -- our federal government, now steeped in corruption.

Unfortunately, our domestic enemy the D.C. al-Qaeda also has a 5-step plan to help members of Congress and their cronies maintain wonderful estates for life. The key player on their team is the IRS, whose job is to terrorize, defraud, and steal from you with every paycheck you make.

D.C. Al-Qaeda's 5-Step Terrorism Plan
1) control America's currency and banking
2) hijack the Constitution and violate it with impunity
3) confuse the people with endless arguments and pointless elections
4) maintain Marxist tax collection and government education
5) offer easy jobs and security to a horde of bureaucrats to keep the ball rolling


The D.C. al-Qaeda relies on one hope: productive Americans won't read the law and won't understand it if they do.

This worked for three generations; until a few years ago the largest financial fraud in history was reinforced by merciless IRS terrorists that wilted hearts even of pastors and church elders. But by God's grace, the Tax Honesty movement has led millions of citizens to begin buying copies of the Code and actually read it.

Thus, America's real War on Terror is our 5-step-plan against theirs. Our goal: get government crooks (like Enron and Worldcomm on steroids) serving prison time and losing assets for their fraud and conspiracy; for violating the Constitution rather than defending it as they swore to do.

The task is up to us, the American citizens, so spread the word about Tax Honesty!

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Highlighting the Internal Revenue Code
Page #s are for the 2006 Thomson/RIA paperback single-volume edition. If you have an earlier or later edition, you may need to mark a different page number, but go by the section, title, and subsection to find the lines and words to be highlighted.

YELLOW TABS

Pg. 1252
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PART I- DEFINITION OF GROSS INCOME, ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME, TAXABLE INCOME, ETC.
Sec. 61. Gross income defined.
(a) General definition.
Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, gross income means all income from whatever source derived, including (but not limited to) the following items:

Pg. 3226
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Sec. 871. Tax on nonresident alien individuals.
Note that all sections from 871 to 988 (pgs 3226-3383) only apply to foreign taxpayers and foreign source income.

Pg. 3296
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Sec. 911. Citizens or residents of the United States living abroad.

Pg. 3298
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(d)(2) Earned income.
(A) In general.
The term “earned income” means wages, salaries, or professional fees, and other amounts received as compensation for personal services actually rendered, but does not include that part of the compensation derived by the taxpayer for personal services

Pg. 7084
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Sec. 3402 (n) Employees incurring no income tax liability.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, an employer shall not be required to deduct and withhold any tax...(all of subsection ‘n’).

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Pg. 8084
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Sec. 4374. Liability for tax.
The tax imposed by this chapter shall be paid, on the basis of a return
CHAPTER 35. – TAXES ON WAGERING
Subchapter A. – Tax on Wagers.
(c) Persons liable for tax.
Each person who is engaged in the business of accepting wagers shall be liable for and shall pay

Pg. 8085
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Sec. 4403. Record requirements.
Each person liable for tax under this subchapter shall keep a daily record showing

Pg. 8193-94
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Sec. 5005. Persons liable for tax.
(a) General.
(b) Domestic distilled spirits.
(c) Proprietors of distilled spirits plants.
(e)(1) Liability for tax.

Pg. 8203-04
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Sec. 5043. Collection of taxes on wines.
(a) Persons liable for payment.
(a)(3) Other wines.

...and all such persons shall be jointly and severally liable for such tax

Pg. 8206
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Sec. 5054. Determination and collection of tax on beer.
(a)(1) ...shall be paid by the brewer thereof in accordance with section 5061.
(a)(4) ...and the internal revenue tax shall be due and payable at the time of such importation.

Pg. 8277
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Sec. 5703. Liability for tax and method of payment.
(a) Liability for tax.
(1) Original liability.

...shall be liable for the taxes imposed
(2) Transfer of liability.
...the liability or tax shall be transferred in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph.
...transferee shall become liable for the tax
...shall thereupon be relieved of his liability for such tax.
...the transferee shall become liable for the tax
(b) Method of payment of tax.
(1) In general.

...The taxes imposed by section 5701
...Such taxes shall be paid on the basis of return.


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Pg. 8086
No highlighting, but place a blue tab at
CHAPTER 36. – CERTAIN OTHER EXCISE TAXES

Pg. 8218
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Sec. 5114. Records.
(a)(1) Distilled spirits.
...shall keep daily a record of distilled spirits
(a)(2) Wines and beer.
...shall provide and keep
...a record in book form

Pg. 8221
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Sec. 5124. Records.
(a) Receipts.
...retail dealer in beer shall provide and keep in his place of business a record in book form
...shall keep all invoices of, and bills for, all distilled spirits, wines, and beer received.

Pg. 8285
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Sec. 5741. Records to be maintained.
...shall keep such records in such manner as the Secretary shall by regulation prescribe. The records required under this section shall be available for inspection by any internal revenue officer during business hours.

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Pg. 9071
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Sec. 6053. Reporting of tips.
(a) Reports by employees.

(b) ...tips which are wages

Pg. 9086
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Sec. 6103
(i) Disclosure to Federal officers or employees for administration of Federal laws not relating to tax administration.
(1) Disclosure of returns and return information for use in criminal investigations.

Pg. 9086-88
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(2) Disclosure of return information other than taxpayer return information for use in criminal investigations.
...pursuant to section 510 of Title 28, United States Code
...officers and employees of such agency who are personally and directly engaged in –
(i) preparation for any judicial or administrative
(3) Disclosure of return information to apprise appropriate officials of criminal or terrorist activities or emergency circumstances.
(4) Use of certain disclosed returns and return information in judicial or administrative proceedings.
(5) Disclosure to locate fugitives from justice.


Pg. 9139
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Sec. 6201. Assessment authority.
(a) Authority of Secretary.
The Secretary is authorized and required to make the inquiries, determinations, and assessments of all taxes
...which have not been duly paid by stamp at the time and in the manner provided by law. Such authority shall extend to and include the following
(2) Unpaid taxes payable by stamp.

Pg. 9358
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Sec. 7214. Offenses by officers and employees of the United States.
(a) Unlawful acts of revenue officers or agents.
Any officer or employee of the United States acting in connection with any revenue law of the United States –
(1) who is guilty of any extortion or willful oppression under color of law; or
(2) who knowingly demands other or greater sums than are authorized by law
...shall be dismissed from office or discharged from employment and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $10,000, or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.

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Pg. 9188
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Sec. 6331. Levy and distraint.
(a) Authority of the Secretary.

If any person liable to pay any tax
...for the Secretary to collect
...Levy may be made upon the accrued salary or wages of any officer, employee, or elected official, of the United States, the District of Columbia, or any agency or instrumentality of the United States or the District of Columbia
(c) Successive seizures.

Pg. 9193
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Sec. 6335. Sale of seized property.
(a)...an account of the property seized and, in the case of real property, a description with reasonable certainty of the property seized.

Pg. 9255-56
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Sec. 6502. Collection after assessment.
(b) Date when levy is considered made.
The date on which a levy on property or rights to property is made shall be the date on which the notice of seizure provided in section 6335(a) is given.

Pg. 9340
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Sec. 6751. Procedural requirements.
(b) Approval of assessment.

(1) In general. No penalty under this title shall be assessed unless the initial determination of such assessment is personally approved (in writing) by the immediate supervisor of the individual making such determination or such higher level official as the Secretary may designate.

Pg. 9427
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Sec. 7608. Authority of internal revenue enforcement officers.
(a) Enforcement of subtitle E and other laws pertaining to liquor, tobacco, and firearms.
(1) carry firearms*
(2) ...and summonses issued...
(4) ...make seizures of property subject to forfeiture to the United States.(b)(2)(C) to make seizures of property subject to forfeiture under the internal revenue laws.

*This is a critical issue in a citizen's ability to resist state-sponsored terrorism posing as "tax law enforcement". Please note that subsection (b) which pertains to enforcement of all other laws (i.e., that do not pertain to liquor, tobacco, and firearms) does NOT authorise the government employee to carry firearms. There is a massive difference in 'terror factor' between an IRS employee or two showing up at your home or business -- compared with 8-10 armed thugs dressed in SWAT-team uniforms! Since every terrorist understands the coercive emotional force of mere appearances, every educated citizen in a free country should also.