Theft By Deception - Deciphering The Federal Income Tax

The misrepresentation and misapplication of the United States federal
income tax constitutes the largest acquisition of wealth by way of
deception in history. A handful of government lawyers fabricated an
intricate maze of legalese which created a perfectly Constitutional
tax (a tax on income derived from certain types of international and
foreign commerce), but which at the same time could easily be misread
to give the impression that the income of all Americans is subject to
the tax. For decades, the American people have been "conditioned" to
believe that the income tax applies to all income and trained to pay
"their" taxes. All the while, however, hidden in a previously nearly
universally misunderstood (therefore misapplied) section of the law
known as Subchapter N, Section 861 was the truth that the income tax
is NOT a direct tax on incomes but is an indirect tax imposed only on
those individuals engaged in certain types of international and
possessions commerce. Most Americans are engaged in purely domestic
commerce (commerce that occurs entirely within and between the 50
states). Subchapter N proves that domestic income received by residents
of the United States (most incomes) is not taxed, due to Constitutional
restrictions on Congress' power to tax.