Sep 14, 2023Liked by Raheem Kassam

Thanks for all you do. Wish the Republicans would find a spine and bring the Democrats to task. Good luck with the T2T run this weekend!

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Raheem Kassam

excellent exchange with Don Jr.....amazing you could get a word in, but it was still so enlightening and fun to watch. :))

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Raheem Kassam

Good luck on the T2T Run. To start running like you have and stick with it is admirable, indeed!

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Not wishing to waste time unnecessarily, please accept this correspondence from a native of Apppliacian kinfolk of Virginia now transplanted, in the northeastern portion of Washington, within these United States.

Take note:

Having stood honor for honor upon our forefathers declaratory and restrictive clauses as extending the grounds of public confidence in 'the' (meaning, agency) Government, find this confidence unwarranted that will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institutions.


As all-fathers fearfully and wonderfully made godson and sovereign witness of the united people of America for these United States....



IRS Commissioner Thomas Coleman Andrews, who served as IRS Commissioner for nearly 3 years during the early 1950s, (1953-1956) made the following statement shortly after his resignation.

"Congress [in implementing the Sixteenth Amendment] went beyond merely enacting an income tax law and repealed Article IV of the Bill of Rights [the 4th Amendment], by empowering the tax collector to do the very things from which that article says we were to be secure. It opened up our homes, our papers and our effects to the prying eyes of government agents and set the stage for searches of our books and vaults and for inquiries into our private affairs whenever the tax men might decide, even though there might not be any justification beyond mere cynical suspicion.

The income tax is bad because it has robbed you and me of the guarantee of privacy and the respect for our property that were given to us in Article IV of the Bill of Rights (additional Articles of Amendment, the IV). This invasion is absolute and complete as far as the amount of tax that can be assessed is concerned. Please remember that under the Sixteenth Amendment, Congress can take 100% of our income anytime it wants to. As a matter of fact, right now it is imposing a tax as high as 91%. This is downright confiscation and cannot be defended on any other grounds.

The income tax is bad because it was conceived in class hatred, is an instrument of vengeance and plays right into the hands of the communists. It employs the vicious communist principle of taking from each according to his accumulation of the fruits of his labor and giving to others according to their needs, regardless of whether those needs are the result of indolence or lack of pride, self-respect, personal dignity or other attributes of men.

The income tax is fulfilling the Marxist prophecy that the surest way to destroy a capitalist society is by steeply graduated taxes on income and heavy levies upon the estates of people when they die.

As matters now stand, if our children make the most of their capabilities and training, they will have to give most of it to the tax collector and so become slaves of the government. People cannot pull themselves up by the bootstraps anymore because the tax collector gets the boots and the straps as well.

The income tax is bad because it is oppressive to all and discriminates particularly against those people who prove themselves most adept at keeping the wheels of business turning and creating maximum employment and a high standard of living for their fellow men.

I believe that a better way to raise revenue not only can be found but must be found because I am convinced that the present system is leading us right back to the very tyranny from which those, who established this land of freedom, risked their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to forever free themselves [end of quote]..."


BE IT FURTHER RESOVED that Article V of the Constitution for The United States of America was written (in part) to protect each State of its representation in Congress:

The mandate that no State may be denied of its suffrage in the Senate without its consent was designed to protect each and every Legislature of the States from involuntary removal of representation in Congress. When a present day "Senator" of Congress is elected by popular member votes of "Political Parties," that individual does not represent the "Legislatures" of the Protestant Republics of the States, but only the Democratic governments of Political Party Corporations. It is common knowledge that "Democracies" are not "Republics" and the Constitution for The United States of America mandates that each of the States are to have only "Republic Governments," not "Democracies."

For a "Senator" of Congress to be elected by popular vote of "Political Parties," every State must have given its voluntary consent to relinquish its "rights of suffrage" in the Senate of Congress.

This did not happen in the purported adoption and ratification of the Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution for The United States of America.

There was no required "unanimous vote" of the Senate in the adoption of a "'Resolution" proposing the Seventeenth Amendment nor was there a required "unanimous vote" of ratification of every Legislature of the States in the Union as required by Article V of the Constitution for The United States of America.

The Seventeenth Amendment failed ratification for several States "expressly rejected" the "Resolution" proposing the "Seventeenth Amendment" and several States "expressly rejected" ratification of the "Amendment" itself and thus they never consented to the relinquishment of their "rights of suffrage" in the "Senate" of "Congress." As no "State" may be required to relinquish is "right of suffrage" in the "Senate" of "Congress," the proposed "Seventeenth Amendment" did not obtain the required "unanimous votes" of ratification needed to be a part of the Constitution for The United States of America. The "Seventeenth Amendment" failed to be adopted as an Amendment to the Constitution for The United States of America.

As the Seventeenth Amendment was not adopted in accordance to Article V of the Constitution for The United States of America, the "States" have been denied a "republican form" of government as mandated by Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution for The United States of America.

The "People" of the "States" are being held hostage to involuntary servitude as imposed upon them by unlawful (defacto) "Office Holders" and unlawful (defacto)"Laws" of the government of The United States of America, the "Laws" and "Office Holders" that have never been approved by a lawful (dejure) "Congressional Senate" of the "States." All "Laws," "Court Rulings," and "Office Appointments" that have been made under the (defacto) authority of the Seventeenth Amendment are hereby declared to be null and void ab initio.

"[P]eople have not yet discovered they have been disenfranchised. Even lawyers can't stand to admit it. In any nation in which people's rights have been subordinated to the rights of the few, in any totalitarian nation, the first institution to be dismantled is the jury. I was, I am, afraid." Gerry Spence

"I do not ask Thee to take them out of the world, but to keep them from the evil one. They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. Sanctify them in the truth; Thy word is truth. As Thou didst send Me into the world, I also have sent them into the world.” John 17:15

Chose in action wisely & Normal Law will reign both by Golden Rule & Castle Rule and in thy day of testing all things by divine providence and goodly spirit of wisdom, honor is thy crown of living, eternal forevermore.

Whatever you will it shall be "Living with Honor" or DEATH by DISHONOR!!! Be wise, safe and blessed...., while your coin of time remains to rightly 'chose in action,' service in honor for honor above all else, eternally forevermore. Arthur

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I receive too many emails and don't have time to read all of them.

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Nothing happens.

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Love the app, except the share button does not work. I have the app on an iPad. Can this problem be resolved?

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Thanks, what exactly happens when you press it, please!

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I joined ... Just gotta get signed in! Where is that confounded password?!

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Well, I don't know! Which is probably a good thing?

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Definitely. It just gets complicated when you have to create a secure, difficult-to-hack password for literally *everything* and THEN remember where you saved it if you didn't do your due diligence and write it *immediately* into the password book/file. Technology is a two-edged sword ...

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