Federal Times seems pretty convinced that we’ve just about seen the end of the
program of assigning some of its tax delinquency cases to quasi-private debt
According to the Times, Congress won’t explicitly kill the
program, but will underfund it to the point where it won’t be able to
The “Soul-N-Black” blog talk radio program has pointed a few people this way
over the last couple of days with it’s
“It’s About To Get
Jumpin’ ” episode.
The speaker complains that black Americans aren’t getting their money’s worth
for the taxes they pay, and that rules governing who gets disqualified for
Social Security benefits disproportionately target black Americans. In
addition, the government is loading Americans down with tens of thousands of
dollars of national debt apiece. So black Americans should form a separate,
parallel government and stop paying money to Washington (especially since the
IRS-governed tax is optional anyway).
This, anyway, is my paraphrase of his argument. There are some other points
too, about the bizarre doctrines of
Creflo Dollar, and
about the quality of argument and analysis in black America. Anyway, here’s
what he has to say about The Picket Line:
I want you to go to this website called
https://sniggle.net/Experiment/index.php, and I want
you to look at… what it’s called is, “the
Don’s Method” [sic] of not paying taxes: “How to resist
the federal income tax through the Don’t Owe Nothin’ Method.”
Now I want people to understand this, and follow this, and look at it, okay?
So I want you to check out Don’s Method. Okay? It’s at The
Picket Line’s website.
Go through this and I want you to see if you can apply this into your life.
’Cause you know I keep hearing these house niggers talking about a whole
bunch of shit but they’re not giving solutions — and remember, I told you
that Soul-N-Black is coming in to start spanking assholes and spanking faces
and putting down solutions. And that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to
start embarrassing them, okay, for real. This is what your black leaders
should be talking to you about. This is what your people should be opening
their eyes about.
If you’ve been following the Charles Merrill case, you might also be
interested in a new blog by John Bisceglia called
Protest. Bisceglia has experienced first-hand the harm caused by
lack of government respect for same-sex marriage contracts, and he concludes:
“It is immoral and unjust to expect gay and lesbian families to pay taxes to a
government that denies us the legal protections of civil marriage.”