September 20, 2014

DailyCaller: Abolish The IRS

June 3, 2013

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As Congressman Dave Camp has observed, the tax code of the United States is now ten times as long as the Bible, with none of the good news.

It is also exponentially more difficult to comply with, as there have been some 5,000 revisions made in the last dozen years. Even ancient scriptures, while challenging to willing spirits and weak flesh, can be counted on for constancy.

It is axiomatic that in a free society, a law that renders comprehension and compliance impossible cannot be considered legitimate. No matter how eager citizens may be to contribute to the common purse, rendering unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, they can attain no certainty they have done so to Caesar’s satisfaction — and his dissatisfaction carries a severe cost.


Recent news that the Internal Revenue Service has been enforcing its already inscrutable doctrine with caprice and venom — directed at conservative groups, Republican donors, and supporters of Israel, among others — confirms the worst suspicions of many Americans, of all political affiliations.

There is a lot of talk in Washington, and across the country, of a desire to reach bipartisan accord and accomplish great things. Here is an opportunity for just that.

Over the course of several election cycles, what was once a fringe notion advanced by long-shot candidates (Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul, please call your offices — or call each other, or call me, as you wish) has crept closer to the mainstream. To wit, it is time to abolish the IRS.

The very title “Internal Revenue Service” contains multiple falsehoods. First off, the IRS is not solely concerned with revenues that are “internal.” Anomalous among the nations of the world, America’s tax authority assumes for itself power over citizens, their families, and “U.S. persons” living abroad, requiring them to file and pay taxes at U.S. rates, even if they have not set foot on American soil in decades — or ever. “Taxation without representation,” indeed.

Wherever in the world your eyes find these words, the IRS very likely believes it has business with you. If you are married or related to an American, or in business with one, or if you have held U.S. residency or even a visa at some time, the IRS can compel your financial institution to provide information on your assets and activities, threatening overwhelming sanctions for non-compliance.

Really, should the “Land of the Free” allow this mendacious and predatory agency to infect other nations in such a manner?

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  • Robert Zraick

    Time to dump them.

  • Another Guest

    It’s no longer the land of the free,everyone is either a politician,or an indentured servant.

    • UncleJerry51

      It’s sad because the people haven’t a clue as to how they became the servant. Everything that congress passes, ie; legislative Jurisdiction, only applies to citizens of the territories, insular possessions, etc., government employees and elected officials. Their is actually no nexus the people of the several states and the Government of DC.


      Then go to for an eye opening bit of info. You will definately see how they’ve stealthily subverted our country.

  • unclejerry

    The IRS does not lawfully exist! It’s an illusion and all of congress knows it. If you don’t believe me, here is some research that may shed light on both the IRS and our wonderful Governments depth of deception for personal unlawful enrichment, ie; theft.


    Then go to: for a glimpse of why the USA is in such horrific condition. We have been duped by a crafty bunch. But, more people are waking up and those stealthy bastards are realy getting worried!

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