16th Amendment: IRS has no legal authority to tax your wages or salary

Since income taxes were begun “to help the poor,” income tax has done more to create the poor than any other legislation. Isn’t it in the least way immoral that you have to pay taxes to the same government that has to provide you with entitlements because you are poor? So, you give the government $1000, which is more than you can afford. The government gives you back $300 so you can eat. What happens to the other $700? Does it go to other poor people? About $200 does, maybe, if we’re lucky. So, half of the money, instead of helping you or someone else, just disappears into the ether of bureaucracy. See all them pretty buildings you can enter to beg from the state? You bought those, along with the nice clothes they wear, the nice cars they drive, the nice pensions and the wonderful vacations that they enjoy. Maybe it’s time to think about repealing some amendments. What’s the easier way to putting your money back in your pocket–amending the tax code (which would mean reading it first) or removing it? For starters, think of all the money we’d save just in printing costs?


The current tax code is now four million words long, more than four times longer than the collected works of Shakespeare, and six to seven times longer than the Bible. It requires 25 volumes to contain it, and takes up nine feet of shelf space.

According to Forbes, it takes Americans over six billion hours to comply with its filing requirements. That’s the equivalent of 8,758 lifetimes. In people years, not dog years.

This monstrosity is based entirely on the 16th Amendment, which authorizes Congress “to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived.”

Now the 16th Amendment had to be ratified by the American people. How in the world did the framers of this misbegotten gargantua convince the American people to do this to themselves?

Easy. They lied to us.

They told us “income” meant one thing when they convinced us to vote for it, then they…

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