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02/27/2024 - This is a report that the Israeli military issued a form of the Hannibal Directive on October 7, 2... Read More
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02/26/2024 - In this interview, Doctor Ahmad talks about the horrifying conditions at a hospital in Gaza before... Read More
Here is an interesting article showing how the treasury department was challenged by subpoena to show a Statute allowing the IRS to create tax liability for the American public. The legal deadline passed without any attempt to do so. They could not do so, because they have created tax liability with REGULATIONS instead of by Statute. Only Congress can pass Statutes, and regulations are not Acts of Congress.
Since the deadline has now passed (March 27, 2007), even they were to produce such a statute today, it would be irrelevant. Of course, the law is one thing, and reality is another. Many government officials act as if they are above the law--"all for the common good of the nation," of course. Or so they say. Yet this might prove to be an interesting beginning of something. I suspect that if it becomes too well known, Congress will just pass a Statute under which the IRS can operate legally, and then make it retroactive to the beginning! Yet the article below is worth reading.
Dr. Stephen Jones has been writing blog posts since 2005 on a variety of topics from Bible Studies to World News, and he has been writing books since 1992. Dr. Jones' most important writings came after God brought him back into the full-time ministry in 1991. It is here that all his earlier years of searching the Scriptures began to come into clear focus. He combines a knowledge of the Old and New Testaments with a personal revelation of God that began and developed during the "wilderness" period of his life, which he often refers to as God's True Bible College... Read More
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