Patriot Organizations' Numbers Surge

Patriot Organizations' Numbers Surge

February 2013

Out of Montgomery Alabama we hear from the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is the self appointed group which keeps track of anti-government patriot groups. The SPLC reports that since 2008 there has been a dramatic surge in patriot groups. The surge over the last four years is attributed to the recession/depression, and the nation’s first black president, says the SPLC. The increase of patriot groups has risen from 149 groups in 2008 to 1,360 today, the SPLC researchers report. That number was up 7% from 2011. The SPLC also attributes the current anti gun movement by the democratic liberals to the increasing number of Patriot Organizations. President Obama’s administration, at the President’s behest, is mounting a huge effort for new and stricter gun controls which only serve to deprive law abiding citizens from owning guns.   The SPLC also attributes this anti gun movement by the democratic liberals to the increasing number of Patriot Organizations.

“To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them.”
- Richard Henry Lee, Virginia delegate to the Continental Congress, Initiator of the Declaration of Independence, and member of the first Senate, which passed the Bill of Rights

“US Senator, If I could have banned them all – ‘MR. AND MRS. AMERICA TURN IN YOUR GUNS’ – I would have!” - U.S. Senator, Diane Feinstein, Statement on TV program 60 Minutes, Feb 5, 1995


News Flash

Uncertainties of the Income Tax
(Courts At War with Themselves)

by Larry Becraft, Attorney

For several years now, a variety of high public officials have openly declared that the federal income tax laws are incredibly complex and need to be either substantially revised or scrapped.   But after making such statements, these officials invariably fail to identify what  specific parts of  the tax laws suffer from this condition, choosing instead to conceal them. Are the objectionable parts of the federal tax code secretly and quietly discussed behind closed Congressional committee doors? If they are, why doesn't someone inform the American public of these deficiencies so that they may likewise participate in this debate? Is it possible that it is the major and not various minor features of the tax laws which are complex, even uncertain? Is it possible that these major features are so fundamentally flawed that they simply cannot be repaired? If so, what is the legal consequence of this complexity?

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