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IRS ‘wipes out’ elderly couple’s dress shop, sells everything — and the details are infuriating

When Tony, 68, and Somnuek Thangsongcharoen, 72, moved to Texas from Thailand, they never imagined the small mom-and-pop wedding dress store they started in 1983 would end like this.

After more than 30 years in business, Mii’s Bridal and Tuxedo, located in Garland, Texas, was shut down by the IRS, which alleged the Thangsongcharoens owed unpaid taxes totaling $31,400 for the 2005, 2008 and 2010 tax years, according to a report Saturday in the Dallas Morning News.

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A Look At How And Why The IRS Is Perpetrating An Elaborate Hoax About "Frivolous Return Penalties"

The creation of a fake list of "frivolous positions" proves the truth of what the subterfuge is meant to conceal and suppress. THE IRS HAS BEEN CAUGHT perpetrating a brazen "frivolous return penalty" hoax in an effort to discourage CtC-educated tax returns and refund claims. Here's how it works:

Pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 6702, tax returns which manifest certain "frivolous positions" can be subject to a $5,000 "frivolous return" penalty.

The "position" specs appear in the law as follows:

26 USC § 6702 - Frivolous tax submissions

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This might be funny if it weren’t so true

This might be funny if it weren’t so true. Be sure to read all the way to the end:

Tax his land,
Tax his bed,
Tax the table,
At which he’s fed.

Tax his tractor,
Tax his mule,
Teach him taxes
Are the rule.

Tax his work,
Tax his pay,
He works for
peanuts anyway!

The IRS Wants Organizations to Collect Donors’ Social Security Numbers. This Tea Party Group Is Fighting Back.

Melissa Quinn, December 02, 2015
A Tea Party organization is mobilizing its supporters nationwide in an attempt to stymie a proposed regulation from the Internal Revenue Service regarding the disclosures of donor information.

IRS allows vaccine companies to claim revenue on vaccines they never even produce

By Benson: (NaturalNews) It is documented fact that the private vaccine industry receives large cash payments from the federal government to produce "life-saving" and "emergency" vaccines that the public is told are necessary to thwart certain disease crises. But did you know that many of these vaccines are never even manufactured, and not only are vaccine companies paid with your money (if you're a taxpayer) regardless, but they are also awarded special accounting privileges that claim these payments as revenue?

IRS can seize funds from taxpayers to cover 30-year-old debts of their deceased parents


In another sign that the U.S. government is desperate for money to finance its bloated operations, Uncle Sam's various federal agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service, have stepped up efforts to go after the children of parents who the government says owe debt.

Gun control advocates now admit: IRS intimidation scandal proves Second Amendment needed to stop government tyranny


In the face of the outrageous IRS intimidation scandal now sweeping across America, gun control advocates are changing their tune. All of a sudden, the idea that the federal government could engage in tyranny against the People of America is no longer a “conspiracy theory.” It’s historical fact right in your face thanks to all the recent scandals now bursting onto the scene: IRS intimidation, secret targeting of non-profit groups for possible “thought crimes,” the Department of Justice seizing AP phone records and so on.

Hilarious! Top official to plead Fifth Amendment protections after targeting constitutional groups that taught the Bill of Rig


IRS official Lois Lerner who heads the tax exempt division of the IRS will be invoking Fifth Amendment protections under the Bill of Rights to avoid incriminating herself in federal testimony, reports the LA Times. What makes this such a hilarious example of hypocrisy, of course, is the fact that her office specifically targeted non-profits that were teaching the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Why are IRS agents carrying shotguns? Isn't the power to tax threatening enough?


The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has not been a favorite of American taxpayers for decades, and the recent revelations that the agency improperly targeted specific political groups opposed to President Obama who were seeking tax-exempt status will only further erode the public's trust.
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