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This user has so far shared a total of 0 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 72 comments.

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Is this subverse active any more?, submitted: 12/28/2018 9:09:10 PM, -1 points (+3|-4)

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Is this subverse active any more?, submitted: 12/28/2018 9:09:10 PM, -1 points (+3|-4)

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Schools Buck Trend, Teaches Students Valuable Firearm Safety During Phys Ed Class submitted by Bad-R0nald to guns

nebula7693 1 points 10 points (+11|-1) ago

Good on them! Teach the kids that guns are a tool rather than an object to be feared. More schools need to do this!

There is No Law Requiring You to Pay Income Tax #EndtheFed submitted by u_r_wat_u_eat to videos

nebula7693 4 points 9 points (+13|-4) ago

The IRS is often very fond of stating that the 16th Amendment is their authority to collect taxes from Americans. I know that there is some debate as to the legitimacy of the 16th Amendment and whether or not it was properly ratified. I am not going to address that here as it is not relevant to my answer. For my purposes, let us assume, for the sake of argument, that the amendment was properly ratified and is valid.

The 16th Amendment reads as follows:

"The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration."

What this amendment does is give Congress the right to create a law which will allow the IRS to collect income taxes. THAT IS ALL THIS AMENDMENT DOES. This amendment does not create an income tax nor is it an income tax law. It is simply granting Congress the power to create such a law. No more.

To date, Congress has NEVER passed any such law. There simply isn't one. Nobody who has ever searched for it, including myself, has ever found it.

Therefore, there is NO requirement that any person pay a Federal Income Tax.

Additionally, almost all states have as a provision for paying income taxes to them being that you are required to pay a state income tax IF YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY A FEDERAL INCOME TAX.

If you are not required to pay a Federal income tax, you are not required to pay a state income tax either.

The absolute state of the Public Education System submitted by gabara to funny

nebula7693 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago

This is why we home school!

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Pedophilia Now Legal in Germany - For Muslims submitted by Dirty_Money to news

nebula7693 6 points -5 points (+1|-6) ago

Admittedly, I am of two minds on this issue. Since this case has no bearing on American law, I guess my thoughts really don't matter, not that they would if it DID have any bearing on American law. But, I will share my thoughts anyway and let the haters start in on me.

First, I don't agree with the idea of child marriage where that marriage involves a child marrying an adult. I am still not sure whether or not I am opposed to child marriages where it involves two teens, say 16 or 17, especially if one is pregnant. That is a discussion for another time, though.

At the same time, I also don't believe in our country, or any other country, for that matter, telling another sovereign state what laws they can have. Sure, it violates our cultural standards and we certainly wouldn't allow it here in America, outside of Kentucky, that is. But, if it is legal or moral in another jurisdiction over which we have no control, who are we to tell them they are wrong and should not engage in the practice?

I am a firm believer in the idea that America should not be involved in the domestic affairs of other sovereign states. What they do within their borders is none of our damn business.

I also believe in the sanctity of marriage. If two people are wed, it is not the place of the government to force them apart simply because it believes their marriage to be wrong. In America, we would never allow a child to marry an adult. I take no issue with this as it reflects our culture's moral values. But, if two people are legally married in another country and that marriage violates our laws, do we have the right to force them to divorce or separate if they decide to visit or emigrate to our country? This is not something I am certain about.

On one hand, I don't like the idea of a child marrying an adult. On the other hand, if it is legal and sanctioned where they were married, I am not so certain the moral thing to do is violate that marriage's sanctity.

This is one issue which I have to admit, I don't think there is a right or wrong answer to.

Account Deleted By User submitted by drstrangegov to news

nebula7693 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago

If you want to start your "white" nation, please do not come to the PNW. We aren't interested in your radical ideology. Well, maybe in Idaho, they are. So, if you want to stop in Idaho and spout that nonsense, go ahead. You will have a receptive audience. But, farther west than that, you will be hard pressed to find an audience willing to listen.

Account Deleted By User submitted by drstrangegov to news

nebula7693 4 points -3 points (+1|-4) ago

Well, you got one thing right out of your entire diatribe. I am currently living in the Willamette Valley. Other than that, you are as wrong as you are stupid.

Don't ever contact me again with your nonsense. When you learn to live in the real world, then we can have a discussion as equals. Until then, stay in your playpen, little boy, and keep playing with your imaginary friends.