From the August 2002 Idaho Observer:
Congress, IRS, DOJ refuse to answer formal redress of grievances
Since government took a dive, We The People will make the drive -- to D.C.
COEUR D'ALENE -- We The People Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz appeared at McEuen Field here Saturday, August 3. En route to a scheduled evening event in Butte, Montana from Seattle, Schulz stopped in the Lake City for two and a half hours to recount the three-year story of his campaign to force the Internal Revenue Service out into the open to answer pertinent questions about the income tax.
What Schulz, 65, described was a respectful and brilliant chess game. It also appears that the federal government just moved out of check and it is now We The People's move.
Schulz and other members of the tax honesty movement, under the organizational umbrella of We The People Foundation, maneuvered the IRS and the Department of Justice into a position where it had to agree on a date for a public forum that put the federal government in check.
When the agreed upon date of February 27-28 came around, We The People were there, but neither the IRS nor the DOJ showed up.
The federal government moved out of check.
The point Schulz made to the 30 people in CDA and will be making at the other stops on this national tour is that the time has come for the American people to make their next move. That move is Freedom Drive 2002. Schulz believes that when thousands of Americans arrive in D.C. November 14, 2002, the federal government will be checkmated on the income tax issue.
See pages 11-14 for details of Freedom Drive 2002 and the facts in support of this most historic event.
Caption for photo:
Bob Schulz, standing, described his organization's three-year odyssey that ultimately resulted in the federal government's refusal to answer respectfully submitted petitions for redress of grievances with regard to the income tax. Coeur d'Alene resident Phil Hart, seated, organized Schulz' impromptu Aug. 3 visit to McEuen Field and is the author of Constitutional Income, Do You Have Any? (See ad page 14)
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