At 12:54 PM 7/23/99 -0400, Mighty Xerxes <MXerxes@hotpop.com> wrote:
>At 11:43 AM -0400 7/23/99, Alex Future Bokov wrote:
>> In a narrow technical sense...
>As I said before, I would be happy to have my skepticism quashed by such
>evidence. But my personal experience with the nature of coercive
>governments leads me to believe that the likelihood that the U.S.
>government imposes such restrictions on its ability to tax its citizens is
The de facto US Constitution is "Anything Goes... That We Can Get Away With."
The body of statutes and case law on taxation is somewhat like the so-called "bible" -- you can find a citation to "prove" almost anything.
The person seeking fiscal freedom is somewhat like a fish among many in an ocean with a few sharks. A small percentage of fish get eaten by sharks. Some fish are very good at eluding sharks. In general, sharks go after the "sitting fish."