Question and Evidence Overview:

The line of questioning begins with definitions for “gross income” and “income” as they are defined in the tax code and utilized in the Constitution.

 We quickly see that there seems to be hard evidence indicating that labor cannot be easily construed as “corporate profit” as the Supreme Court has defined it.

The questioning moves into establish the linkage between labor and property and its associated protections under the Constitution.

Using the government’s own accounting rules for defining profit and/or gain from sale of property and applying it to wages and salaries within the context of property, it becomes clear through Question 157 that without any real gain or profit, there can be no taxable income for wages and/or salaries. 

Question 158 starts a series of questions establishing that because there is no income for wages and salaries derived from selling one’s own labor there is also no legal basis for the so-called “employment” taxes (FICA, etc.).

Question 172 begins a short segment showing the dubious burdens placed on the average American with regards to the income tax.      

Questions starting at 186 establish a linkage between the 16th Amendment and the Federal Reserve Act, also of 1913.  

Questions beginning with 187 fully address the legal concept of “peonage” (i.e., slavery) and conclusively deduce that the income tax, is in fact,  a slave tax enforced with threats of deprivation of property and possible incarceration.