Sunday, April 01, 2007

Free movie from Libertarian Party of Delaware County, Ohio

The movie sounds interesting. Though, at this point, I have to say that I do not agree with its legal conclusions. Regardless, it would be interesting to see what Russo has to offer. And, its free!
- Jim Fedako


News Release
March 28, 2007
For Immediate Distribution

Contact: Robert Butler
O:(740) 204-3036 C:(614) 805-8292
Libertarian Party of Delaware County
3982 Powell Rd. Suite 136
Powell OH 43065
http://lpdel.org
http://www.freedomtofascism.com/

Income Taxes Are Voluntary Say Prominent Officials in Aaron Russo's America:
Freedom to Fascism

When
Thursday, April 12, 2007
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Where
The Strand Theatre
28 E Winter St
Delaware, Ohio 43015

In Aaron Russo's America: Freedom to Fascism, Presidential candidate and current US Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX), FBI agents, and even the IRS admit that there is no law enforcing mandatory filing of income taxes for American wage-earners.

The film will be shown on Thursday, April 12, 7PM at the Strand Theatre in downtown Delaware by the Libertarian Party of Delaware County.

Russo, who has won an Oscar, Emmy, and Tony over the last 30 years working with actors like Dustin Hoffman, Eddie Murphy, and Bette Midler, presents interviews with an impressive range of government officials, IRS special agents , FBI officers, politicians, and tax attorneys who have researched and subsequently campaigned against the Federal Reserve Act and thus reveals why the IRS is an illegal foundation.

According to the movie, the income tax does not meet either criteria of Constitutionally legal taxation in America, that is direct apportioned tax or indirect uniform tax. The IRS claims that the 16th Amendment allowed for a third form of taxation, however, the Supreme Court ruling on the amendment states that it allows for no new forms of taxation. More Supreme Court cases in the same period confirm the same conclusion. The 16th Amendment did not allow the Federal Government to levy a new tax, thus there is no Constitutional basis for the income tax.

"I wouldn't have believed it myself if I hadn't seen the movie," remarks LP Del Chair Robert Butler. "Even the Commissioner of the IRS can't point to a law that authorizes the income tax for individual workers."

This event is free, sponsored by the Libertarian Party of Delaware County.

http://www.freedomtofascism.com/

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