With the assistance of the following series of questions
we will prove that the Internal Revenue Code does not make
most Americans liable to file a tax return and pay an income tax.
10. Admit that Subtitle D contains Sections 4001 through 5000.
11. Admit that alcohol, tobacco, and certain other excise taxes are set
13. Admit that procedures and administration to be followed with respect to the different taxes addressed in Subtitles A through E are set forth in Subtitle F of Title 26.
16. Admit that when the Internal Revenue Service requests information
from an individual, the Privacy Act requires the IRS to inform each individual
whom it asks to supply information, on the form which it uses to collect the
information or on a separate form that can be retained by the individual --
18. Admit that the Paperwork Reduction Act requires the Director of the
Office of Management and Budget to include with any information requests, a
statement to inform the person receiving the request why the information is being
collected, how it is to be used, and whether responses to the request are voluntary,
required to obtain a benefit, or mandatory.
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