Again folks, people have been doing this for over a decade and never a word of protest nor court action from the IRS. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40017194
I have already shown that endorsement is the taxable event. The shill keeps ignoring the FACT 12 USC 411 is standing law. He then claims that because it was written in 1917, it no longer applies today.
More accurately, I've said that since Congress expanded the role of the FRN in 1933 with *this* law:
United States coins and currency (including Federal reserve notes and circulating notes of Federal reserve banks and national banks) are legal tender for all debts, public charges, taxes, and dues. Foreign gold or silver coins are not legal tender for debts. Quoting: 31 USC § 5103
That FRNs were promoted to national currency. And with it, lawful money.
You know...the law that you definitely know about, but *really* hope we don't? And now for the next big reveal: that you're just making up your claims as you go along. Let me demonstrate;Show us the any law or any court case that says that you have to give US Notes in redemption for FRNs.
....and nothing.Show us any law or court case that says that 'demanding lawful money' makes you exempt from taxation.
......and again nothing.
Its just you citing yourself. Pretending that anything you imagine must be the law.
There's no way he is not getting paid to be here. Nor has he ever denied it, not that it would matter, lairs lie. Quoting:
Says the guy shilling a website. Dude, your marketing plan has been exposed. I predicted you were a shill for another website days ago.
And you've proven me right yet again, desperately scrambling to drive up webtraffic. What, ad revenues were down? Or like Hendricksen and his 'lost horizons' website, are the legal fees starting pile up?