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"Confessions" of aMass Murderer • No Business like China's Business • Nightmare in Germany
• April 28 . 1997

THAT FREEDOM SHALL NOT PERISH

Vol.

13. No . 9

Vol. 13, No.9

'ew merlean



April 28, 1997

FEATURES FRONT PAGE . 5
Money from the vicious Dominican drug cartel in New York City may have made its way into the coffers of Bill Clinton 's presidential campaign

NATION· 15, 19
Another dubious and strangely timed story of a McVeigh "confession" is making the media rounds Select U.S. busi
"Confessions" of aMass Murderer • No Business like China's Business • Nightmare in Germany
• April 28 . 1997

THAT FREEDOM SHALL NOT PERISH

Vol.

13. No . 9

Vol. 13, No.9

'ew merlean



April 28, 1997

FEATURES FRONT PAGE . 5
Money from the vicious Dominican drug cartel in New York City may have made its way into the coffers of Bill Clinton 's presidential campaign

NATION· 15, 19
Another dubious and strangely timed story of a McVeigh "confession" is making the media rounds Select U.S. busi

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Vol.13.
No
.9
THAT
FREEDOM
SHALL
NOTPERISH
"Confessions"
of
a
MassMurderer
No
Business
like
China'sBusiness
Nightmare
in
Germany
April
28
.
1997
 
Vol.13,
No.9
FEATURES
'ew
merlean
April
28,
1997
FRONTPAGE
.
5
MoneyfromtheviciousDominicandrugcartelin NewYorkCitymayhavemadeitswayintothecoffersofBillClinton'spresidentialcampaign
NATION·
15,19
AnotherdubiousandstrangelytimedstoryofaMcVeigh"confession"ismakingthemediaroundsSelectU.S.businessesandlobbyistsareriding andhelpingpower-RedChina'seconomicengine
AMERICANOPINION
.
21
CongressmanRonPaulexplainshowAmericanscancrossthebridgebacktoournation'sfoundingliberties
ECONOMICS
.
33
FromthemountainofeconomicprosperityGermanyhastumbledintothemorassofsocialistdespair
PUBLISHER'SPAGE
.
44
ArecentbillintroducedintheHousewouldgiveusacleanbreakfromthesovereigntydestroyingUN
Cover:
MainphotocourtesyofRep.RonPaul; insetphotoby
C.
Douce/E.Alonso/Sygma
Drugs
,crime,andpresidential
politics.
(page5)
DEPARTMENTS
LETTERSTOTHEEDITOR
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INSIDERREPORT
.
11
GOPsickofNewtGingrich?O.J.andRodneyKing: Commondenominator;HatchrescuesHiliaryCare
CORRECTION,PLEASEl
.
28
ArkansasdemonstratesClintoneducationreforms; AnarmstreatyworthyofU.S.rejection
FREEPRESS
.
31
GIbillnotsuchagoodideaafterall;AdolfEichmann's"successful"life;Lessgovernment
EDUCATION
REPORT·
38THERIGHTANSWERS
.
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ThomasR.Eddlem'snegative,one-sided portrayalintheFebruary17thissue("Patriot Beware")ofanyonewhodoesn
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filea1040 taxreturnorpayincometaxeswasveryun characteristicofTHENEW
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Ihavecometoexpectfarmorebalanceinyourre searchthanMr.Eddlemdisplayed. TheInternalRevenueCode,Title26,has neverbeenenactedintolawbyCongress, andsinceitisnotlistedinthe
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either,itismerely
primafacie
law.Also,thePaperworkReductionActof1980, whichin1988wasmadefullyapplicabletotheIRS,requiresallformsofinformationrequeststohaveanOMBnumberandanex pirationdateforapprovalwhichisamaximumoffouryears.
Thisnumber
mustappearintheupperright-handcomeroftheformwiththeexpirationdate.Thenumber, approval,andexpirationdatemustalsobe publishedinthe
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Ifanyof theserequirementsarenotmet,theformand regulationassociatedwithitareunenforce able.ManyIRSformsdonotmeetthesere quirements.Forexample,theOMBnumber ontheW-4formreferstoaregulationcon cerningrailroademployees,soitisconsid eredabootleg. Mostknowledgeablenon-filersagree withMr.Eddlem'sreferenceto
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thatthe16thAmendment "conferrednonewpoweroftaxation
,"
andthatregardlessofanydebatestothecon trary,the16thAmendmentisconstitutional. However,hisreferencetothe
Brushaber
caseneedssome
expansion
.
Brushaber
agreedwiththe
Pollock
decision,butwentastepfurther.
Brushaber
acknowledgedthattheCon
stitution
recognize
s"twogreat classesofdirectandindirecttaxes,andlays downtworulesbywhichtheirimposition mustbegoverned,namely:Theruleofap
portionment
asto
direct
taxes,andthe ruleofuniformityastoduties,imposts,and excises."
It
furtherheldthatthe16thAmendmentmerelyputtheincometaxintothein directexcisetaxcategory.DoesMr.Eddlem notagreethatindirectexcisetaxesarevol untaryandnotmandatory?Thenatureofan excisetaxisthatifyoudon
't
useormanu facturetheproductthatistaxed,forexample cigarettes,youdon'tpaythetax.Asanindi recttax,itisavoidable,unlikeadirecttax whichisnot. Mr.Eddlemappearstohaveignoredsome importantSupremeCourtcaseswhichde finedincome.
Eisnerv.Macomber
estab-
THENEWAMERICAN
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APRIL
28,1997
Iishedthedefinitivedefinitionofincome, whichhasneverbeenoverruled.Firstitsaid that"Congresscannotbyanydefinitionit mayadoptconcludethematter,sinceitcan notbylegislationaltertheConstitution, fromwhichaloneitderivesitspowertoleg islate...."TheCourt'sdefinitionofincome isasfollows,"Afterexaminingdictionaries incommonuse,wefindlittletoaddtothe succinctd
ef
initionadoptedintwocases arisingundertheCorporationTaxActof
1909(Stratto
n's
Independencev.Howbert
and
Doylev.MitchellBros.Co.)
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'Incomemaybedefinedasthegainderivedfromcapital,fromlabor,orfrombothcombined,' provideditbeunderstoodtoincludeprofitgainedthroughasaleorconversionofcapi talassets,towhichitwasappliedinthe Doylecase."
Mer
chant
'sLoan
&
TrustCompanyv.Smietanka
explicitlystatedthatincomecouldonlymeanacorporateprofit.Itsaidthatin"thedefinitionof'income'... therewouldseemtobenoroomtodoubt thatthewordmustbegiventhesamemean inginalloftheIncomeTaxActsofCon gressthatwasgiventoitintheCorporation ExciseTaxActandthatwhatthatmeaning ishasnowbecomedefinitelysettledbyde cisionsofthiscourt."Thatactdefinedin comeascorporatenetprofit.Corporations canhaveincomederivedfromtheemploy mentoflabor,ofcapital,oracombination ofboth.Thatisnotthesamethingaswages orsalary,whichareanexchangeofoneas set(labor)foranotherasset(money).The definitionofincomeinUSCTitle26,Sec tion61thatMr.Eddlemreferstodoesnotusethewordswagesorsalary.
The
closestitcomesis"(I)Compensationforservices
,"
whichMr.Eddlemsaysincludeswagesand salary.Whatauthoritydoesherelyonfor thisassumption?Ifthecodemeantwages andsalary,whydidn
't
itexplicitlysayso? Corporationsdoreceivecompensationfor services,whichmakesthatdefinitionvalid fortaxpurposes. Mr.Eddlem'sreferencetopenaltiesfor violation
of
Section6012underSection 7203isincorrect.ThepenaltiesunderSec tion7203applyspecificallytofederalexcise taxesonthemanufacturersofsuchitemsas alcohol,tobacco,andfirearms,whichare listedinSubtitleE.Thereisnocomparable sectionanywhereinSubtitleAwhichrefers toincometaxes.InsomecasesSection7203 hasbeenunlawfullyappliedtoSubtitleA, whichhasresultedinwrongfulconvictions. ImmediatelyprecedingSection6012isSection6011,whichstates"anypersonmadeli-
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