Archive for category: Representative Hunter

The IRS has power to police itself for intentional violations of the law

16 May
May 16, 2013

The IRS’ oppressive use of power recently is a direct consequence of bad IRS laws. Congress has provided the IRS the power to police itself by eliminating deterrence for intentional violations of the law.  This post tells you how the law does it.  This particular enabler for abuse power has been in place for years.  Recently however, […]

Rep. Duncan Hunter–for IRS, assault is the bar.

15 May
May 15, 2013

I finished my conversations with Representative Duncan Hunter (initial emails: EMAIL 1 EMAIL 2).  What a disappointment.  With the collaboration of the House Ways and Means committee, Duncan Hunter’s office has decided that the immunity laws are just fine.  According to Hunter’s office (tel. conv.), the Ways and Means committee staff do not want IRS employees’ behavior changed.  I responded […]

Undoing IRS employee de-facto personal immunity

09 Mar
March 9, 2013

The following is a letter to my Representative, Duncan Hunter Hello Ms. Alden and Rep. Hunter, I am thrilled that you were asking questions about the details of our dispute with the government. The IRS has gained profound new responsibilities with Obamacare. It is therefore critical that that particular agency operate within the parameters set […]

Due process is a right. No exceptions.

09 Mar
March 9, 2013

The following is the text of an email I sent to my representative, Duncan Hunter. Dear Ms. Alden and Representative Hunter, I have had a couple of days to think about the thoughts the Congressional Research Service (CRC) shared with you by phone. It is not surprising to me that they did not write their […]