Category Archives: Income Tax

Court Orders Defendant to Commit Perjury?

CrackingCode1First published in A.D. 2003, Cracking The Code is one of, perhaps the, premier book on how to avoid paying income taxes to the IRS.  Peter Eric Hendrickson is the book’s author.  His wife is Doreen Hendrickson.  He seems strong.  She does not.

I can imagine that, in court, Mr. Hendrickson would be a formidable opponent but Mrs. Hendrickson might be less focused, less confident, and more easily convicted of an offense.

According to Pete Hendrickson, tens of thousands of people have successfully used the strategy presented in his book to stop paying income taxes.  The IRS has not been pleased.  So far as I know, the IRS has never expressed its displeasure by charging Mr. Hendrickson with willful failure to file, tax evasion, etc.  However, the IRS has successfully prosecuted Mrs. Hendrickson for income tax evasion and caused her to be sentenced to 18 months in prison.

I don’t know what the IRS’s motivation was to prosecute Mrs. Hendrickson, but judging from the following video, her prosecution may have been, at least in part, retaliation against her husband for publishing Cracking the Code.

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Posted by on June 13, 2015 in Administrative Law, Income Tax, IRS, Notice


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No Corporate Emigration from Income Taxes

No Corporate Emigration [courtesy Google Images]

No Corporate Emigration
[courtesy Google Images]

The Associated Press published “US cracks down on companies moving overseas”. In that article, they reported that,


“ The Obama administration cracked down Monday on certain overseas corporate mergers and acquisitions, aiming to curb American companies from shifting their ownership abroad to shirk paying U.S. taxes.

“New regulations from the Treasury Department will make these co-called corporate inversions less lucrative by barring creative techniques that companies use to lower their tax bill. Additionally, the U.S. will make it harder for companies to move overseas in the first place by tightening the ownership requirements they must meet.

“This action will significantly diminish the ability of inverted companies to escape U.S. taxation,” Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said. He added that for some companies considering inversions, the new measures would mean inverting would “no longer make economic sense.”

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Presidential Timber

In the following video, Congressman Paul Ryan (R; Wisc.) seems motivated by moral outrage.  I think that’s great.

I can see why Mitt Romney wanted Congressman Ryan as his Vice Presidential running-mate in the A.D. 2012 election.  Ryan seems to genuinely give a damn about this country.

I don’t trust any politician.  But I (warily) like Ryan.

In truth, the Republicans migh’ve won the presidency in A.D. 2012 if they’d run Ryan for President and Romney for VP.

We can expect Ryan to contend for the Republican nomination for President in A.D. 2016.

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A Reader Wonders — Art. 1.10.1 vs Art. 4.3.2

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

A reader (“D.”) posed the following comments and questions:


“I’ve been ‘thinking’ and since I’ve watched the 3-part series of ‘Money as Debt,’ I’m now asking the question:  Labor is what really gives “money” its value and I understand that all currencies are fiat or unbacked.  Any clue or idea on how to measure the value of different types of labor performed in terms of gold and silver which I understand is the true money and of course what the Illuminati only deal in.”


I don’t know what form of currency the Illuminati prefer, but I do know that 99% of the American people don’t understand anything more about money than how to count it. More, I know that the concept of money is far more complex, mysterious and influential than mere counting might suggest.

For example, I disagree with your premise that “Labor is what really gives ‘money’ its value.”

If labor is all it takes to give money value, then there’s no reason why we can’t use fiat currency as money and no reason to prefer gold. We can measure the value of our “labor” in terms of corn cobs, pebbles, gold or fiat currency.

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Tuesday Night Radio: Michael Ellis on the IRS

American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191

American Independence Hour--Internet Radio [courtesy Google Images]

American Independence Hour–Internet Radio
[courtesy Google Images]

I’ve known Michael Ellis for about 20 years.  He’s articulate, intelligent, and a man who really loves the Good LORD.

I’ve previously published one of Michael’s documents on this blog at:

If I were crosswise with the IRS, and if I thought I was in over my head and unable to stop the IRS on my own, Micheal Ellis is the man I’d call.

Michael is tonight’s guest.  The program should be fun and enlightening.

I hope you’ll tune in.


Posted by on March 18, 2014 in Bible, Christianity, Income Tax, IRS, Radio


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Gov-co Won’t Accept Registered Mail??

RegisteredMailThe essential idea behind this post will probably turn out to be false.  Take it all with salt.

I had lunch with a friend of mine today.  He’d sent a response to the IRS last Friday by Registered Mail.  Registered Mail is more expensive than Certified Mail, but Registered Mail is automatically admissible as evidence in court.

The postman told him that it is now government policy to refuse to accept all Registered Mail.  If you send Registered Mail, the Post Office will still process and send it.  However, if that Registered Mail is delivered to, say, the IRS or the Department of Agriculture, those agencies will refuse to sign for it and cause your Registered Mail to be returned to you unopened.

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Posted by on November 4, 2013 in Income Tax, USPS


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Notice & Right of Inquiry in re: Income Tax and Traffic Tickets

Right of Inquiry [courtesy Google Images]

Right of Inquiry
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The Cornell University Law School defines “procedural due process” as follows:


“Principle required by the Constitution that when the state or federal government acts in such a way that denies a citizen of a life, liberty, or property interest, the person must first be given notice and the opportunity to be heard.”

Thus, procedural due process consists of two elements:

1) Notice; and

2) Opportunity to be heard.

The “opportunity to be heard” is typically a hearing where you will be found guilty about 98% of the time.  Therefore, most reasonable people don’t want the “opportunity to be heard” because it is typically an “opportunity to be sentenced”.

I believe that “opportunity” can be avoided by controlling the notice.  I.e., unless you consent to receive only an incomplete notice, the gov-co can’t take you to the “opportunity to be heard [sentenced]” until they’ve give you full and complete notice.

Strangely, my research implies that the notice recipient, rather than the notice sender, controls the express content of every notice.  Whenever you receive a notice, you control whether or not that notice is sufficient to allow the sender to take you to the “opportunity to be heard [sentenced]”.

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Posted by on September 7, 2013 in Income Tax, IRS, Notice, Questions, Signature, Traffic Law


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