Posted by Two Cities on September 20, 1998 at 12:28:03:
In Reply to: Re: Political rights of federal citizens are franchises, held as privileges posted by MARTIN on September 20, 1998 at 00:03:19:
: All individuals, freeborn and nonfreeborn, natural and unnatural alike, must pay federal income tax on their wages, regardless of whether they have requested, obtained or exercised any privilege from the federal government. United States v. Sloan, 93 F. 2d 499, 501 (7th Cir. 1991)., cert. den. 112 S.Ct. 940 (1992).
Did the circumstances in this case involve the execution of an "employment contract"?
Is a "man" an "individual"?
Is an "individual" an entity?
Are all entities "individuals"?
Did the employment contract create the individual, or did it merely reference a previously created individual?
Is the sale of labor wages?
Are wages the contractual consideration for employment?
The entity (individual) receives the wages in consideration for turning over the labor of the man. The man has an implied contract with the individual, because the signature on the employment contract was executed by a man on behalf of the individual.
The signature line on these contracts should really look like:
Public, John Q.
John Quincy Public
When the labor market has been dammed to channel most flows of production through the employment contract the verdict makes very good sense.
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