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"In dealing with the scope of the taxing power, the question has sometimes been framed in terms of whether something can be taxed as income under the Sixteenth Amendment. This is an inaccurate formulation of the question and has led to much loose thinking on the subject. The source of the taxing power is not the Sixteenth Amendment; it is Article I, section 8 of the Constitution. It is important that these provisions be clearly understood; what is required is an understanding of fundamental principles. The familiar statement that at this time we need education in the obvious more than investigation into the obscure (Holmes, Collective Legal Papers, pp. 292-293), although made in a different context, is peculiarly applicable here." Penn Mutual Indemnity Co. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 32 T.C. 653 at 5659 (1959)

Why I became a Libertarian Letters to the Editor (UPDATED)
Knoxville News Sentinel Article on Fahrenheit 9/11
LP presidential candidate Michael Badnarik in East Tennessee
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Natural Rights: The Jeffersonian Perspective
Representative David Crockett's speech, "Not Yours to Give"
Class Warfare Strategy
Should Illegal Drugs be legalized and/or made more affordable?
Do You Have A Right to Police Protection?

The Makers of Modern Schooling
What is a Dollar? The So-called Income Tax
Origins of the Federal Reserve

The Confessional The History of Liberty and Christianity
How We Got That Way: Baptists on Religious Liberty and the Separation of Church and State
Response to the Ten Commandments Project
Why Christians Should Not Be Involved In The Government
5 Reasons Why Christians Should Not Obtain a State Marriage License
What Does The Bible Say About Gun Control?
Should Christians Use Dishonest Money?
What is the problem between the Moderates and Southern Baptists?

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