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Date: Wed, 06 Aug 1997 04:20:32 -0700
To: ignition-point@majordomo.pobox.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Shutting Down the Federal Government (fwd)

We have advanced the Colorado Proposal
by isolating the exact authority which
IRS now has, to enter any of the 50 states.
That "authority" is a fraudulent contract
which has been consummated between the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue and
most, if not all, of the 50 states.
This is the stranglehold which should put
the IRS out of business.  In the section
on definitions, "IRS" is defined as a
being a part of the "U.S. Department of
the Treasury", when Title 31, U.S.C., 
contains no such authority whatsoever.
Read it and be an eyewitness and, of course,
tell everyone you know. 

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 11:39 PM 8/5/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>Is there some way to "introduce" State Legislation that bans
>>the federal government from any and ALL access into any one
>>of the "several states" (as the founding fathers used to say)?
>>And further, would it be possible for each State to introduce legislation
>>that bans the *funding* of the Federal Government altogether,
>>effectively shutting down the entire mess in Washington?  We
>>could divvy up the land on which the D.C. sits, and give it away
>>to the surrounding States....  : )
>If I remember correctly, Colorado (who really got the ball rolling with the
>10th Amendment/State's Rights movement) had proposed setting up an "escrow"
>account whereby all federal taxes collected by the state would be held back
>from the federal government until they stopped meddling unconstitutionally
>in Colorado's affairs.  I don't know what ever became of that proposal, but
>it would be an idea to look into....
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