Booming for the Tax Patriot Movement

Vol. 3, no. 2 ~ Nelson Waller, Editor ~ Robert Clarkson, Publisher

March, 2005


1.Unique New PN Video IRS TEA PARTY, COLUMBIA, SC 2004
2. Report: Tax Noncompliance on the Rise Among IRS Workers
3. Clarkson and associates Confront SC Department of Revenue
5. Daniel Webster Would Not Have Made a Very Good Neocon

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1. Unique New PN Video: IRS TEA PARTY, COLUMBIA, SC 2004

You will not believe the way this our latest Patriotic IRS Audit Tea Party went. it was the PN's first Tea Party in many years, proof that the IRS simply does not make home visits to our people if they can avoid it. This one must have slipped through their normal scheduling processes, because it was predictably a disaster for them. Hear a long-time, high-ranking IRS agent admit that no known law requires people to file income taxes. This two-hour VHS video of tax history happening in real time is yours for a donation of just $30. The agent who became an unwilling film star in this production has probably been fired. Tax freedom is real -- here's more proof!
PATRIOT BOOKSTORE, POB 2368, Anderson, SC 29622.
2. Report: Tax Noncompliance on the Rise Among IRS Workers
Washington (Oct. 15, 2004) - New data suggesting that income tax noncompliance is on the rise among the Internal Revenue Service's own employees is causing some hand-wringing among members of an IRS task force formed to address the problem.
A report from that task force outlining plans to more effectively educate [IRS] employees about their responsibilities to comply with the federal tax law" is expected next month.
Behind the agency's planned civics lesson for tax service personnel: a disturbing increase in the number of IRS employees who either don't pay their taxes, don't file returns, or commit other tax law violations.

Although Section 1203 of the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 requires that IRS personnel be fired for failing to file a tax return, the number of tax service employees accused of "noncompliance with tax filing and reporting laws steadily increased almost every year since" that law was enacted, investigators from the Government Accountability Office said in a recent report to Congress.

Since July 1998, nearly 3,000 investigations into alleged tax noncompliance by IRS employees have been completed, and charges were substantiated against 667 individuals, the GAO said. Despite the Section 1203 penalties, only 115 of these tax service employees were fired because of their violations, 256 were allowed to remain on the job due to "penalty mitigation," and the rest either resigned, retired or left the agency for other reasons.

Top tax service officials may be reluctant to discharge employees for non-filing and other tax related violations for fear of discouraging field personnel from taking aggressive enforcement actions against taxpayers.

Despite evidence that noncompliance among their own employees is becoming a more serious problem, IRS officials have stated "that they still believe that Section 1203 can have a chilling effect on enforcement," the GAO said.

Over the next few weeks, the IRS plans to conduct a new survey of agency enforcement employees to determine whether the threat of Section 1203 sanctions has affected their willingness to undertake tax enforcement actions. That survey, which will focus on IRS personnel who contact small business and self-employed taxpayers about their tax compliance, is expected to be completed before the end of this year, the GAO told Congress. -- Ken Rankin

3. Clarkson and associates Confront SC Department of Revenue
by Nelson Waller
The PN Executive Director was recently approached by a patriot in a tight spot. While he was serving on the actual field of battle with the National Guard in Iraq, Chris Ginger was informed that the South Carolina Department of Revenue had a dispute with him over his taxes and was garnishing his wages from 7,000 miles away from where he was risking his life daily in the American armed forces. The next shock was that they were grabbing his wife’s paycheck too! A select few of our troops -- those that fight for America’s freedom year in and year out within her borders -- sprang into action.
A call was issued for patriots to rally to the cause of a brother under attack by forces of domestic communism. A demonstration was held in the rain in front of the SC DOR office in Greenville, followed by the patriots accompanying Chris Ginger into the would-be torture chamber at the hour of his scheduled interview. Here it became most interesting and instructive.
We were privileged to have Gene Chapman participating -- the “American Gandhi,” Patriot of the Month in our October issue. Gene dresses like the populist guru Mohandas K. Gandhi who peaceably liberated India from British rule, and keeps the best part of his tradition going to great, strategic PR effect nationwide.
His garb helped get us the notoriety we sought with passersby and bureau-rats alike. (Unfortunately, we didn’t get a good photo with him in it.) Gene asserts that because of his strong, visible stand against tax tyranny and his persuasive powers over federal goons that the fedgov attempts to monitor him wherever he goes. Today he predicted agents would be on us soon and that’s what happened -- police intently patrolling the DOR parking lot and suspiciously eyeing us, et al.
Most disappointing was the level of manhood shown the DOR agents. As soon as they realized we planned to "peacefully" challenge their claims and authority they were on the phone calling 911! (Or was it their mother?) Just as with the IRS, their strategy was to limit the conference to the intended victim and one observer -- his lawyer, and Chris doesn‘t happen to have one or intend to hire one to persuade the government to do its job. We insisted on being allowed into the torture chamber with him, knowing this was our right, by law. Predictably, they whittled it down to a choice for Chris -- have the conference alone or not have the conference at all. A tough choice for anyone; he opted to leave them holding the bag and walked out.
The slickness shown by the goons was amazing. I asked them every way I could think of whether they were prohibiting us from observing the interview, and they made only one response: “We only allow the taxpayer and his counsel in.” The refused to admit they were barring us because they clearly didn't want too many lawsuits to be born that day.
This how the scenario went, to the best of my recollection. The intended sacrificial victim has lapsed from contact with us (it happens) which we take to mean he’s allowed the government to settle out of court by paying him generous damages for their war against him -- something Dr. Clarkson predicted from the beginning, based on long years’ experience in this field.
Below is how the situation was described in postings to PN members and other freedom fighters, and Chris G’s summary of the situation at the outset. The rally mentioned has already come and gone and is not a current announcement of any upcoming event.

~ Combat Pay Grabbed by SC DOR ~

Combat and regular pay of our war heroes in Iraq is taxed by the Department of Revenue in South Carolina in violation of Federal law.
The greedy tax collectors steal SC withholding tax every month from the paychecks of SC National Guardsmen called up to defend our people from terrorism. Federal tax law provides that military combat zone pay is tax exempt.
A Support Our Troops’ Payroll Demonstration and Rally will be held Wednesday, Sept. 8 at DOR office in Greenville SC at 1pm. Press conference at 1:30 pm and mass entry into DOR office at 2pm.
Chris Ginger, a 20 year SCNG with two tours in Gulf War, suffered pay grabs and final determination from DOR while deployed in combat zone! The Greenville SC native served 20 months in combat in Iraq and 6 months in Bosnia when called to duty by the SC National Guard.
This type of activity hurts the moral fabric of the armed forces and the national defense of this great country......
The Vietnam Veterans of Anderson and The Carolina Patriots, a local tax reform group that exposes illegal taxes, will sponsor the Rally.
The DOR office in Greenville is 211 Century Dr Suite 210-B, off N Pleasantburg Dr-Hwy 291, one block west of I-385 exit 40.
Robert Clarkson, President of the Carolina Patriots, stated in the pre-rally press release: “The arrogant bureaucrats at DOR care less about the tax laws. They only want to extract as much as they can from those unable to protect their rights”.
Contact: SGT Chris Ginger 864-962-6785 cell 525-3213 ;11 Hartwell Drive, Simpsonville, SC 2968
Email law. Nelson Waller 864-225-088287
Robert Clarkson (864) 225-3061 cell 356-5111 POB 2368, Anderson SC 29622
Press Release by Chris Ginger:
The S.C. DOR imposes and takes out income taxes on soldiers who are deployed to the Iraq, and Afghanistan. (These are combat zones.) They also garnish wages from soldiers that are deployed. They also file final determinations on soldiers who are deployed. How is this legal?
This type of activity hurts the moral fabric of the armed forces, and the National Defense of this great country, and the soldiers that are deployed in these regions.
I am a 20-year veteran of the Military. I am currently with the 151 Signal Battalion of Greenville, SC. These things that I have listed above are true. These things have happened to me. I have been defending this great nation and the Constitution of the United States, for over 20 years. I am a proud person, and will deploy again if ordered to do so. But what the DOR is doing is nothing but harassment. So come to this press conference and show your support for the soldiers, and the Constitution of the United States.


Freedom Quotes

A liberal is someone who feels a great debt to his fellow man, which debt he proposes to pay off with your money. -- G. Gordon Liddy

A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. -- George Bernard Shaw

Foreign aid might be defined as a transfer from poor people in rich countries to rich people in poor countries. -- Douglas Casey (1992)

Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys. -- P.J. O'Rourke

Government is the great fiction, through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else. -- Frederic Bastiat



The most expensive purchase most Americans will ever make is their own government. Government costs the average American more than their home, more than their health care, more than their childrens' college education. Yet people who would spend a great deal of time kicking the tires before buying a new car spend disastrously little time checking out the government that sucks so much money out of them over their lifetimes.
Right now, looking under the hood of that expensive item called "government", we see a unified group of men and women who lied to send your children off to a war of conquest. Across this land there are thousands of families waking up to the knowledge that their sons and daughters were crippled and killed in Iraq for reasons other than what they were told.
First off, let's dispense with this crap about "Intelligence failures". An Intelligence Failure is when something is happening that you don't know about. You miss the evidence. Or you misinterpret the evidence you have.

But with regards to the claims about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, there was no evidence to miss or misinterpret. There could not be, since in hindsight there were no weapons to leave traces of evidence with. The story about weapons of mass destruction was just made up, and fraudulently manufactured "proof" created to support that lie. The mere existence of Tony Blair's dossier, plagiarized from a student thesis, is proof
There are thousands of families waking up to the knowledge that their sons and daughters were crippled and killed in Iraq for reasons other than what they were told...

not only that the claims of Iraq WMDs were lies, but were known and conscious lies. Had their been any real proof, it would have been shared immediately between the various war-mongers.

There would have been no need for Tony Blair to concoct his discredited Dossier. But, what the public were offered were mislabeled and blurry photos, made up dossiers, and balloon inflators misidentified as mobile biological weapons laboratories (which the British government knew about since they had sold the balloon inflators to Iraq in the first place).
So, there was no "intelligence failure". There was no intelligence with which to fail. The whole crock about Iraqi WMDs was a made-up fiction.

The government lied.

While only a few people created the lie, mostly connected with the Pentagon's Office of Special Projects and presumably via the Israeli spies since discovered within, coordinated with the similar propaganda group working out of Ariel Sharon's office, the fact is that the entire United States Government and the mainstream media news departments all signed onto that lie with a will. Now, news pundits and some members of Congress have since taken the position they ohgollygeewhiz but they were taken in by the lies as well. But this is just another face-saving deception. There is such a thing as due diligence and checking facts; behaviors expected of both journalists and congresscritters. Months before the invasion of Iraq, internet web sites like this one, using easily available facts, had discredited the claims of Iraq's WMDs, exposed Tony Blair's plagiarized dossier, and correctly identified those trailers as the balloon inflators they were. It must be assumed that Congressional offices and media corporations with large staffs and huge budgets would have had an easy time finding the same facts that web sites operating on spare change were able to find. Therefore, going along with the lies about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction had to be an intentional act of will.

The government lied.

What does it mean to live under a government that lies to you?

Is the war just, moral, and necessary? You cannot know for certain under a government that lies to you.

Are taxes legal and fair? You cannot know for certain under a government that lies to you.

Is the public money being spent wholly on the public? You cannot know for certain under a government that lies to you.

Are you really free? You cannot know for certain under a government that lies to you.

Is life in this nation really better than anywhere else? You cannot know for certain under a government that lies to you.

When you live under a government that lies, you cannot know anything for certain about your lives. All you can know is what you are told. And, because of the lies about the Iraq WMDs, what we know we are told is what the government tells us to trick us into agreeing with whatever their own purpose happens to be. And if, whether you know it or not, you are are doing what the government wants, even to the deaths of your own children, then you are a slave.

So, there was no "intelligence failure". There was no intelligence with which to fail. The whole crock about Iraqi WMDs was a made-up fiction.
Americans are the most lied-to people on Earth. The global perception of the "Ugly American" isn't that we are ugly, but that we are so clueless about what is going on in the world, in particular the evils committed by the United States Government using our taxes and children behind our backs. Our government craps on other peoples' nations, while we are told that those people love us, sit up nights to admire us, and lead good moral lives so that when they die, their souls will go to America. And when we visit those countries where the US Government plays their covert games, our delusions run headlong into their reality, and feelings (and if we are lucky, little else) get hurt.
Baby sitters will often give their children a choice of whether to go to bed at 7:30 or at 8:00. The child will choose 8:00 and go to bed happy thinking that he or she had a choice. But the agenda of the baby sitter was to have the child in bed by 8:00 before the arrival of another guest at 8:30. The child has been tricked into doing what the baby sitter wanted, while thinking the choice was theirs. That is how mind control, or brainwashing works; by giving the target ONLY those facts which will lead them to conclude, seemingly of their own free will, that their only course of action was what the government wanted in the first place.
That is what happened in Iraq. The public were all told by the government and media that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction that could be deployed in just 45 minutes. And, based on that claim and the absence of any facts to the contrary (except here on the internet) many Americans decided that the war was necessary and felt that had come to that decision of their own free will. In hindsight, of course, that decision was not of their own free will but was the desired outcome of the manufactured lies about Iraq. Those that doubted the lies at the start were dismissed with the assurance that the mainstream media, serving as a watchdog on government abuse, would expose lies if they existed. Again in hindsight, the media was working hand in glove to sell those very lies to the people whose taxes and children were spent on the sands of Iraq.
The Declaration of Independence declares the principle that government derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. I DO NOT GIVE MY CONSENT TO BE LIED TO, I don't know anyone who gives their consent to be lied to. Moreover, one cannot give consent to be lied to because one cannot know what one is consenting to. No court would enforce a contract where one party does not know the terms of the contract being agreed to.
The Constitution does not authorize the government to lie to We The People. The Tenth Amendment bars the government from presuming that right. When the government lies, it therefore acts unconstitutionally and illegally. A government that lies to the people breaks faith with the people, violates the contract between the government and the people under which the people consent to be governed. A government that lies to the people delegitimizes itself. A government that lies to the people ceases to be the lawful government of this land. Surely the lies used to initiate a war of conquest into another nation are the worst possible lies a government can commit against its own people. And with such a lie, the United States ceases to be a nation, and becomes a land under occupation by force.

5. Daniel Webster Would Not Have Made a Very Good Neocon

On the Draft...

"Where is it written in the Constitution, in what article or section is it contained, that you may take children from their parents and parents from their children, and compel them to fight the battles of any war in which the folly and wickedness of the government may engage itself?
"Under what concealment has this power lain hidden, which now for the first time comes forth, with a tremendous and baleful aspect, to trample down and destroy the dearest right of personal liberty? Who will show me any Constitutional injunction which makes it the duty of the American people to surrender everything valuable in life, and even life itself, whenever the purposes of an ambitious and mischievous government may require it? . . .
"A free government with an uncontrolled power of military conscription is the most ridiculous and abominable contradiction and nonsense that ever entered into the heads of men." Speech in the House of Representatives, January 14, 1814