Time: Sat Dec 06 04:27:22 1997
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Latest devil-opment with state.
Bcc: sls
References: <> from "Paul Andrew Mitchell" at Dec 5, 97 02:29:07 pm>

I agree with the paraphrase here, because
the Cook case had to do with a federal citizen,
  "native citizen of the United States" [sic]

Congress claims the right to tax its 
citizens, as opposed to state Citizens,
no matter where they might "reside"
on planet Earth.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 06:20 PM 12/5/97 -0800, you wrote:
>> >Federal income tax is imposed upon federal citizen who is subject to
>> >its jurisdiction.---Cook v Tait 265 U S 47
>> >
>> >patwriot@juno.com
>That is not a good cite by patwriot.  And it's not a quote either.  The 
>Court determined that the citizen still had to pay the taxes he owed, 
>even if he/she had situs in a foreign country.  The case derived from an 
>income tax controversy, but the court adjudicated upon the taxing powers 
>of the government and its citizens in general.

  "its citizens"  <--- key admission here


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