Would you even believe me if I told you that not one penny of the hard-earned money you pay towards your taxes goes to fund America?


James White               NorthWest Liberty News               January 9, 2019



One of the control phrases commonly used by those in power references how it’s your patriotic duty to pay your income tax.  The propaganda is delivered in various forms, either written or in print, but the message is the same.  You need to do your part to help make this government run by paying your “fair share” of taxes.

But what if I told you that you’ve been lied to for all these years and that your income tax payments do not fund your government, but instead go into the pockets of bankers?  Before you call me crazy and click away, allow me to illustrate what the Grace Commission concluded in 1984.  (Ronald Reagan ordered the work of the Grace Commission in 1982, and they delivered their report to congress in January 1984.)


The report said that one-third of all income taxes are consumed by waste and inefficiency in the federal government, and another one-third escapes collection owing to the underground economy. “With two thirds of everyone’s personal income taxes wasted or not collected, 100 percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the federal debt and by federal government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services [that] taxpayers expect from their government.”

Grace Commission – January, 1984 – Wikipedia


As you let that sink in, let me hit you with another one.  Did you also know that paying income taxes is voluntary?  I’m not joking.  Check out the video excerpt below:



At NorthWest Liberty News, we feel that education is the cornerstone of any good patriot.  So, we offer videos and information to help facilitate that process.  Starting now until April 15, we will be having bi-weekly discussions about Income Taxes, the IRS, who is really a taxpayer and strategies for a person to use to combat the fraudulent Federal Income Tax.

Please enjoy the 1st video in the series below:




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There is Nothing Patriotic About Paying Income Tax

5 thoughts on “There is Nothing Patriotic About Paying Income Tax

  • January 10, 2019 at 7:43 pm

    People can not get through their thick skulls, only the private sector pay taxes. 55% of America’s workforce works for the government, all their high salaries come from the taxing the private sector. Question; Would a man making $10 per hour, working full time in the private sector, hire a full-time servant (government employee) and pay him $30 per hour, plus benefits and early retirement. Those retired people in most cases make more than the man working full time in the private sector. This is called a DEFICIT.

  • January 11, 2019 at 4:59 pm

    Thank you so much for this series on Income Tax. I can hardly wait for the next one.

  • January 12, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Even though Tester had tons of “dark” money to assure his “nasty” campaign win against Rosendale, you are in the heart of “Trump” country in Kalispell and Sander’s County in Western Montana. I noted the respect of the anti-Trumper’s to peaceably assemble. You won’t find that in the three western seaboard states, nor in the industrialized eastern seaboard states. They want blood and more law enforcement officers murdered by illegal aliens. I’m kind of proud of our liberal brothers and sisters .

  • January 12, 2019 at 5:09 pm

    After almost 30 years of in-depth analysis, the Supreme Law Firm has
    confirmed verifiable evidence sufficient to call for the following conclusions:

    (1) the term “U.S. Individual” on IRS Form 1040 includes ONLY
    federal citizens and resident aliens: see IRC 7701(a)(30);

    (2) the Regulation which implements IRC section 1 is 26 CFR 1.1-1;

    (3) 26 CFR 1.1-1(b) attempted to create a specific liability for
    federal citizens and resident aliens, but withOUT the required
    Act of Congress: see Commissioner v. Acker (tax liabilities
    can NOT be created solely by means of Regulations);

    (4) that Regulation is also unconstitutional for expressly naming
    2 classes of Americans, when IRC section 1 does not mention
    either class: as such, that Regulation is an overly broad
    expansion of the underlying statute which it attempted to implement;

    (5) because IRS Form 1040 must executed under the penalties of perjury,
    to satisfy IRC 6065, one should NOT execute that Form unless one is
    either a federal citizen or resident alien (green card holder);

    (6) the perjury jurat on Form 1040 is in the format for verifications
    made inside the “United States” AS DEFINED and outside the
    “United States of America” (50 States of the Union);
    those 2 formats are found at 28 U.S.C. 1746;

    (7) if one lives and works inside the “United States of America”
    one cannot execute Form 1040 without creating the presumption
    that one has elected to be treated AS IF one is inside the “United States”
    AS DEFINED instead of the “United States of America” (50 States);

    (8) the Omnibus Acts admitted that a “special definition of ‘State'”
    is found in the Definitions at IRC 7701, and likewise at
    IRC 3121(e); none of the 50 States of the Union is now
    included in those “special definitions” e.g. both Alaska
    and Hawaii were “federal states” before becoming
    “Union States” upon admission to the Union in 1959;
    after they joined the Union, they were dropped from
    all “special definitions of ‘State'”;

    (9) IRC 6013(g) authorizes a “revocation of the election”
    to be treated AS IF one is a “resident of the United States”:
    the latter term is misleading because it is correctly defined
    to mean an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence
    (again, this term refers to green card holders, and it does
    NOT refer to people who “reside” in the USA, using the
    commonplace meaning of “resident”);

    (10) all of the above should be more than enough to
    prove that the taxes allegedly imposed by IRC subtitle A
    are fraudulent in the extreme.

    Hope this helps.

  • January 16, 2019 at 6:53 am

    The Grace Commission report is from 1984, so it is dated now in 2019, 35 years later.


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