Sunday, October 12, 2014


By: Devvy October 12, 2014

Does the truth matter anymore in this country? Once I began my journey now going into my 24th year, all I found was nothing but lies, lies and more lies. Elected officials as well as unelected adminsitrative honchos like Lois Lerner of the IRS mess do nothing but lie to we the people. Both parties, county, state, federal, it doesn't seem to matter. The agenda is all important regardless of party.

"Our" government for longer than I've been alive and regardless of which party holds "power" in the Outlaw Congress or which puppet occupies the White House, has lied to us about everything from The Gulf of Tonkin 'incident' dragging us into the undeclared Viet Nam "era" to the true nature of who the federal income tax applies to, TWA Flight 800, OKC, 9/11 and every scandal in between like Benghazi and Fast and Furious. .

One man seeking the truth about two constitutional amendments, Bill Benson, discovered that both the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution were not properly ratified and therefore are laws that don't exist. For Bill's efforts, his life was made hell. Bill was railroaded into prison while Americans sat in front of their football games, lined up at some electronics store for a new gadget or stampeded to Macy's for a sale.

The Sixteenth Amendment is commonly known as the "income" tax amendment. On January 19, 2001, Larry Becraft, a constitutional attorney with more than 35 years experience in federal courts, filed a lawsuit on behalf of Bill Benson in the State of Oklahoma. Larry and I had the Wallace Institute at the time. The purpose of that lawsuit was to finally expose the non-ratification of the Sixteenth Amendment. What happened was all to familiar in courts for decades; the truth didn't matter. This is an interview with Larry about that lawsuit.

The Oklahoma lawsuit was not the first attempt to expose a big fat lie, but it was the last. In the end, the truth didn't matter. We didn't have the money to fight an appeal and what would have been the purpose when the only message sent by the State of Oklahoma was they didn't care about the law or the truth. That was not the first time the non-ratification has been challenged. In a case back in 1985 where Larry was counsel, this was the court's opinion:

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