Tax Law Researcher Dan Meador Passes
Schulz to Speak in NY State and Chicago
The Tax Honesty Movement lost one of its best this week when dedicated and accomplished tax law researcher Dan Meador passed away at his Oklahoma home from a heart related condition.
Meador, 56, had devoted many years of his adult life researching and communicating the details of the fraudulent operation and enforcement of the individual income tax. He unselfishly compiled and shared with others the results of his research. Meador had recently assisted Bob Schulz with the Right to Petition initiative.
Beyond the family that stood solidly with him these past years, Meador leaves behind the legacy of a significant body of legal research and nationwide coalition of tax law researchers.
Many of his writings can be directly accessed at his website, www.lawresearch-registry.org.
We The People is providing a link to an article written by New York attorney Mark Ferran upon learning of the passing of Dan Meador. Mr. Ferran praises Dan, referring to a number of Meador's research reports and conclusions of law.
In the end, Dan Meador was a true gentleman and a true Patriot. He was committed to the cause of freedom and used his extraordinary mind and gifts of discernment and communications skills to help secure that end. He was a man of integrity and humility, and possessed both tremendous moral courage and a generous spirit. He exemplified the Christian ethic in both his work and personal life.
He will be greatly missed.Schulz Speaking Tour of New York State and Chicago
Bob Schulz will be speaking at four locations in New York State, and in Chicago beginning this weekend.
The agenda will include: updated details of WTP's efforts to get the government to answer questions regarding the fraudulent origin and operation of the federal income tax; the four Petitions for Redress of Grievances; Operation Stop Withholding; the pending class action lawsuit; and much more.
All People are encouraged to attend one of these public meetings. Please pass word of these important gatherings to your friends, family and co-workers.
There is no charge to attend.
An overview of Schulz's schedule is below. For more details, including directions, Click Here.
November 15, 2003, 12-3 PM
Long Island, NY
November 22, 2003, 12-3 PM
November 29, 2003, 12-3 PM
December 6, 2003, 12-3 PM
Saratoga Springs/Albany, NY
December 9, 2003, (tentatively) 5-8 PM