The IRS and Fed Cartel – Thieves!

The IRS and Fed Cartel

The IRS appears to be a collection agency working for foreign banks engaging in money laundering, extortion racketeering, and conspiracy. Much like the Federal Reserve, it operates under “secret code” and mounds of amendments, clauses and paperwork. Operating out of Puerto Rico under disguise of the Federal Alcohol Administration (“FAA”), the FAA was promptly declared unconstitutional inside the 50 States by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of U.S. v. Constantine, 296 U.S. 287 (1935), because Prohibition had already been repealed. There is no known Act of Congress, nor any Executive Order, giving th IRS lawful jurisdiction to operate within any of the 50 States of the Union.

Their presence within the 50 States appears to stem from certain Agreements on Coordination of Tax Administration (“ACTA”), which officials in those States have consummated with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. A template for ACTA agreements can be found at the IRS Internet website and in the Supreme Law Library on the Internet. However, those ACTA agreements are demonstrably fraudulent, for example, by expressly defining “IRS” as a lawful bureau within the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Moreover, those ACTA agreements also appear to violate State laws requiring competitive bidding before such a service contract can be awarded by a State government to any subcontractor. There is no evidence to indicate that ACTA agreements were reached after competitive bidding processes; on the contrary, the IRS is adamant about maintaining a monopoly syndicate. The identity of the Secretary is not found in title 26 U.S.C.. The only reference to the identity of the Secretary of the Treasury is in 27 C.F.R. at section 250.11 (definitions) which specifically states: “Secretary means Secretary of the Treasury of Puerto Rico”.

In 1998, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit identified a second “Secretary of the Treasury” as a man by the name of Manual Díaz-Saldaña.

Contact him and see what kind of response you get:
Departamento De Hacienda
Secretary of the Treasury
Manuel Diaz Saldana
P.O. Box 4515
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00902
1-787-721-2020

To learn more about the Federal Reserve and Taxes visit:
http://legacyinsuranceagency.com/taxes/taxhistory.html

Much of this blog was reprinted from: http://www.supremelaw.org

Protect Yourself From The Unexpected With Short Term Medical Insurance

Protect Yourself From The Unexpected with Short Term Medical Insurance

Short Term Medical Insurance or Temporary Health Insurance can help you protect yourself from the unexpected. The unexpected can happen at any time, while you’re in between jobs or after college and before you launch your career. So, why take risks with your health?

You can cover yourself with short-term medical insurance, also known as temporary health insurance. Temporary health insurance can cover you when you change jobs, when you move or any time you have a need for temporary insurance. Short-Term Medical coverage is available for individuals and families.

Perhaps you’ve been laid off or you’re between jobs, if so you may want to consider a temporary solution. Usually, temporary insurance can be purchased for 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or a year. Maybe you have moved and haven’t decided on the exact type of plan you are looking for. The important thing is to have coverage in case of the unexpected.

With temporary health insurance, underwriting is easy and you can usually be covered by the next day. You can apply online here http://legacyinsuranceagency.com/shorttermmedical.html

Accidents happen, so make sure you are protected.

Be safe,
Barry Page

Barry Page is a licensed health and life insurance agent. He can be reaced online at www.legacyinsuranceagency.com