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The Consensus of Climate Scientists, “That’s Mine and You Can’t Have It!”

Climate scientists are getting away with a clever gambit that we ordinary citizens better not try with the IRS. They tell Congress, taxpayers and energy consumers that all their “homogenized,” exaggerated, manipulated and fabricated data, their records and other documents, are their private property. Their analyses, computer codes and algorithms are proprietary. And when we get testy or threaten them with legal actions, they tell us they resent our “intimidation tactics.” My commentary this week examines this outrageous chutzpah in detail. Thank you for posting it for your Saturday readers. Best regards, Paul A new strategy for tax cheats You can guess what would happen if you used the same tactics that climate alarmists employ, by Paul Driessen Suppose you’ve been using some creative data, accounting and legal interpretations for years to reduce your tax bill – and the IRS suddenly flags you for a full-blown audit. Instead of trembling in your boots, shredding your records, calling a top-flight lawyer, and preparing for an extended jail visit, just do this: Patiently explain that your raw data, records and other documents are your private property. Your legal analyses, accounting methods, and unique computer codes and algorithms are proprietary. The IRS has …

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Is This Still America?

Federal IRS agents hear from American Citizens who have been denied their civil rights of equal treatment under the laws of the United States, the freedom of assembly and association, not to mention their rights to privacy which were all violated by their own government.

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Is this still America?

With so many items of discontent on the horizon, does beg the question; “Is this still America?” There are so many issues that have been heaped upon farmers, businesses, private citizens and property owners; regulations that prevent them from their full potential for productivity.  Let’s take a look at just a few of the causes for this claim: The environmental activists’ sue because of the Growth Management Act and the language that they have inserted into our State and County codes, with the help of United Nations sponsored non-profits like; Local Governments for Sustainability(?) (ICLEI). The State Constitution gives everyone a specific right to water; which is now threatened by Native American demands that the Pt. Elliott Treaty gave them lifelong entitlements to subjective amounts of water to maintain their ability to fish the waters of the Nooksack River. At the same time individual Constitutional rights are under daily threats from agencies such as the Bellingham City Council’s ban on fireworks; or the Internal Revenue Services’ hit list on anything conservative. The Department of Ecology has developed a stormwater dispersion plan, that will likely bankrupt the County if implemented due to the cost, because the Environmental Protection Agencies declared Lake …

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National Tea Party Protest of the IRS

Last Tuesday’s protest brought out approximately 100 enthusiastic supporters to send a message to the IRS, that “We Do Not Accept Your Apology!”  Due to the growing scandal, every day it becomes ever more clear how oppressive big government can be upon citizens and their guaranteed rights of equal treatment under the law and especially free speech. Here is a quick post of the local Whatcom Tea Party protest at Magnolia and Cornwall on Tuesday, May 21st.  Signs and jovial protesters telling the IRS that they do not accept their apology.  A few of the comments heard and displayed on signs were: I-ntimidate  R-epress  S-ubjigate  The Obama Administration lied and Four Americans died. The IRS lied and American Free Speech and Liberty died. Down at street level I was able to speak to two of the attendee’s and asked them what their purpose was for showing up today and if they have a message to the public. Here are their comments:     Allen Brown local candidate running for the Bellingham City Council At-Large Position had this to say:   Chuck Johnson, a concerned local Whatcom County resident and father shared his thoughts on our youth and the future of …

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