IRS, Federal Reserve, Declared Unconstitutional to Apply Income Tax

Income as defined in Slaughter-House Cases, supra; Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U. S. 11; Giozza v. Tiernan, 148 U. S. 657, 148 U. S. 662; Mugler v. Kansas, 123 U. S. 623, 123 U. S. 663; Barbier v. Connolly, 113 U. S. 27, 113 U. S. 31; Kelly v. Pittsburgh, 104 U. S. 78, 104 U. S. 80; Davidson v. New Orleans, 96 U. S. 97 shows that the Supreme Court has decided on various occasions that labor is considered PERSONAL PROPERTY.

The rulings of these have substantial ability to rule out claims in which the income tax, a tax on labor, is unjust in regards to Supreme Court decision listed above, as labor is clearly defined in the Supreme Court as is Income, the former(labor) being an exchange of services. The latter (income) being corporate gains or profits.

Further, in Coppage V. Kansas, within the ruling of said case “Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment by which labor and other services are EXCHANGED for money or other forms of property.”

In MERCHANTS’ LOAN & TRUST CO. v. SMIETANKA, 255 U.S. 509 (1921)the Supreme Court ruled that “There can be no doubt that the word must be given the same meaning and content in the Income Tax Acts of 1916 and 1917 that it had in the act of 1913.” Which again did not apply ‘income’ to personal labor, which was considered an exchange.

A Former I.R.S Commissioner stated that ‘..within the courts these (IRS’s) arguments have a 100% chance of being shot down..” And in fact, they are, as nearly 57.5 million citizens dodged their income tax without incident.

In fact, the 1040 form is unconstitutional as you can be prosecuted for its contents, a breach of the 5th Amendment which clearly states that .” .nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation..” You cannot be held liable for not filing, as it would breach your constitutional right to self-incrimination.

Furthermore, the Income Tax is a Direct Tax that is not apportioned, meaning spread amongst the people. The constitution states that there be no tax that is direct and not apportioned.

You may ask how we will pay for Government programs and defense without the income tax, or road ways. The list of government taxes are as follows.

Accounts Receivable Tax

Building Permit Tax

Capital Gains Tax

CDL license Tax

Cigarette Tax

Corporate Income Tax

Court Fines

(indirect taxes)

Dog License Tax

Federal Income Tax

Federal Unemployment Tax


Fishing License Tax

Food License Tax

Fuel permit tax

Gasoline Tax

(42 cents per gallon)

Hunting License Tax

Inheritance Tax Interest expense

(tax on the money)

Inventory tax IRS Interest Charges

(tax on top of tax)

IRS Penalties

(tax on top of tax)

Liquor Tax

Local Income Tax

Luxury Taxes

Marriage License Tax

Medicare Tax

Property Tax

Real Estate Tax

Septic Permit Tax

Service Charge Taxes

Social Security Tax

Road Usage Taxes


Sales Taxes

Recreational Vehicle Tax

Road Toll Booth Taxes

School Tax

State Income Tax

State Unemployment Tax


Telephone federal excise tax

Telephone federal universal service fee tax

Telephone federal, state and

local surcharge taxes

Telephone minimum usage surcharge tax

Telephone recurring and non-recurring charges tax

Telephone state and local tax

Telephone usage charge tax

Toll Bridge Taxes

Toll Tunnel Taxes

Traffic Fines

(indirect taxation)

Trailer Registration Tax

Utility Taxes

Vehicle License Registration Tax

Vehicle Sales Tax

Watercraft Registration Tax

Well Permit Tax

Workers Compensation Tax

In the words of one of our forefathers “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered.” – Thomas Jefferson

Sources The Tax Foundation(, Find Law(

Chris Carucci

Chris Carucci, a Cooperstown, New York native is preparing to study as a geneticist in New Hampshire this coming spring. His fond interest in Health, World Events, Politics, Food – Wine, and Travel will eventually lead him to writing books.