Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Be a Part of the Premier SOME Documentary

The first CHOSE (Cooperative Humanity's Ongoing Social Efforts) documentary will consist of regular folks like you asking some of the following questions.  If other questions come to mind, feel free to ask them in the video you send us. Once you've made a video, even one that is only a few seconds long, you can post it to the CHOSE Facebook page, or email a link to it to my dscotese email account at gmail.

Creating a video in which you say "This is for Dave Scotese's C-H-O-S-E documentary," is the only way I will be able to use it.  In stating that*, you represent that:
  • You authorize Dave Scotese and any editor working on a documentary film to edit and use in any way your name, likeness, image, voice and participation in and performance on film, tape or otherwise for use in any documentary that is created as part of the CHOSE Documentaries (the "Recordings").
  • You agree that the CHOSE documentaries may be edited and otherwise altered at the sole discretion of Dave Scotese and any editor or consultant working with him, and used in whole or in part for any and all broadcasting, non-broadcasting, audio/visual, and/or exhibition purposes in any manner or media, in perpetuity, throughout the world.
  • Dave Scotese may use and authorize others to use all or parts of the Recordings. Dave Scotese and his successors and assigns shall own all right, title and interest, including copyright, in and to the Recordings, to be used and disposed of without limitation as Dave Scotese shall in his sole discretion determine.
Here is a list of the questions you can ask in the video you send us.  Feel free to ask all of them, just one, or a few that interest you the most:
  1. What is income anyway?
  2. How many income tax laws have been passed?
  3. When was the first income tax law passed?
  4. How many income tax laws have been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?
  5. Does the U.S. Constitution distinguish between taxes that can be avoided and taxes that cannot be avoided?
  6. Can the income tax be avoided?
  7. In Brushaber versus the Union Pacific Railroad Company case in 1916, the Supreme Court used the words "erroneous assumption."  What was the assumption they declared as erroneous?
  8. Does the U.S. Constitution allow the federal government to collect information about citizens, and if so, how?
  9. Do the people control the government or is it the other way around?
  10. If people who pay income tax spent that money themselves, would the economy improve?
  11. Is there a difference between the fifty states of the union and the United States?
  12. Is anyone living in any of the fifty union states above the law?
  13. Are there people who believe they are above the law?
  14. Is there any evidence that the IRS has deceived people into paying taxes they do not owe?
  15. How much of the income tax collected goes toward paying interest to the Federal Reserve Bank?
  16. What effect does the definition in United States Code Title 26 of "Trade or Business" have on the law?
  17. Is the income tax an excise tax on certain activities and privileges?
  18. Are there activities one can do to earn money without incurring any income tax liability and if so, what are they?
  19. Is an information return like a W2 or a 1099 incontrovertible evidence of a tax liability?
  20. If an information return incorrectly represents my earnings as "taxable income," what can I do to clear up the record?
An earlier post in this blog contains many other questions that are written as commands to admit.  This is how legal questions are posed, with the expectation that the respondent will either admit or deny each one.  If you would like to turn any of them into an honest question as you would ask it, feel free to add that to your video too.  What we're really looking for is an expression of genuine interest in maintaining the financial health of our federal government in a way that reflects the support of the people. This is an interest we believe was shared by the founders of our nation.

*We may still need to ask you to sign a release so that we can use your video, so stay in touch!

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