!!! Notice !!!

Notice is hereby given to all that trade their property, money, hereinafter referred to as Contractor, for the property, labor, of another, hereinafter referred to as Laborer, that declaring any portion of said money traded for said labor as "income", whether verbally or on any form or written instrument, is a lie and constitutes an injury to Laborer and signing an instrument declaring it as such under penalties of perjury, commits perjury and constitutes a greater injury to Laborer.

Among the damages will be $1,000 per false statement, $10,000 per signed false statement under penalties of perjury, $200 per hour or portion thereof the Laborer spends on this matter, $2,500 for each mailing received by a taxing agency regarding this matter, all other fees and expenses encountered by Laborer in regards to this matter.

Any Contractor directed to this site by Laborer has been given constructive notice.  Notice to the agent is notice to the principal and notice to the principal is notice to the agent.


Labor is property:

"The property which every man has in his own labor, as it is the original foundation of all other property, so it is the most sacred and inviolable. … to hinder his employing this strength and dexterity in what manner he thinks proper without injury to his neighbor, is a plain violation of this most sacred property." U.S. Supreme Court in Butcher's Union v. Crescent City, 111 US 746

“Included in the right of personal liberty…is the right to make contracts for the acquisition of property. Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment, by which labor and other services are exchanged for money and other forms of property.” Coppage v. Kansas, 236 US 1 (1915)

“The sacred rights of property are to be guarded at every point. I call them sacred, because, if they are unprotected, all other rights become worthless or visionary. What is personal liberty, if it does not draw after it the right to enjoy the fruits of our own industry? What is political liberty, if it imparts only perpetual poverty to us and all our posterity? What is the privilege of a vote, if the majority of the hour may sweep away the earnings of our whole lives, to gratify the rapacity of the indolent, the cunning, or the profligate, who are borne into power upon the tide of a temporary popularity?” Judge Joseph Story, 1852


The following standing court cases prove that compensation for labor is not "income", not "profit" and not "gain":


The term "income" is not and cannot be defined in the tax statutes of any State or of the United States:


It is not possible for the one trading money for another's labor to know how much, if any, of that money is "income" to the one trading their labor unless the one trading their labor informs one of such:

"'income' as used in the statute should be given a meaning so as not to include everything that comes in. The true function of the words 'gains' and 'profits' is to limit the meaning of the word 'income'". So. Pacific v. Lowe, 238 F. Supp. 736, 247 US 330:


President Jefferson had this to say when concluding his first inaugural address, March 4, 1801:

"... a wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government … "


The one and only true God said in 1 Timothy 5:18:

"The laborer is worthy of his compensation."


It's easy to get your own proof

Write a letter like the one below to your attorney and to one of appropriate authority in the Internal Revenue Service:

Dear <Attorney/IRS Agent>

Please read the notice located at LawfulPublicRecords.com/Notice/Common/Labor (must use the upper and lower case letters as shown), copy attached.

Definition: In regards to the questions below, "Employer" and "Contractor" are the same thing.

Is the Laborer's labor property of the Laborer?  Default answer: Yes.

Is the Contractor's money property of the Contractor?  Default answer: Yes.

Is there "income", "profit" and/or "gain" to the Laborer when an equal exchange of the Contractor's property, money, for the Laborer's property, labor, occur?  Default answer: No.

Is all or any portion thereof of Contractor's property, money, that is traded for Laborer's property, labor, "income" to the Laborer and if so, how does the Contrator determine what portion of said money is "income" to the Laborer?  Default answer: No portion of Contractor's property, money, traded for Laborer's property, labor, can be determined by Contractor to be "income" to Laborer.

Is Contractor required by any law to fill out a W-2, 1099 and/or any other  form declaring said portion of said money traded for said labor as "income" to the Laborer?  Default answer:  No.

Is Contractor committing the crime of perjury when declaring the money it traded for Laborer's labor to be income to the Laborer on any form signed under penalties of perjury?  Default answer:  Yes.

Is Contractor required by any law to fill out any form stating the amount of money Contractor traded for Laborer's labor and naming Laborer and/or the Social Security Number and/or Tax Identification Number provided by Laborer?  Default answer:  No.

Is Laborer who is only trading their labor required to provide a Social Security Number (SSN) or any other Tax Identification Number (TIN) to Contractor?  Default answer:  No.

If Contractor provides any person or any agency with information that enables said person or agency to determine the amount of money said Contractor traded for a Laborer's labor and can determine who said Laborer is, is said Contractor infringing upon Laborer's right to privacy and is therefore liable for damages to Laborer?  Default answer:  Yes.

Is Contractor required by law to not hire said Laborer that refuses to provide a Social Security Number or any other Tax Identification Number?  Default answer:  No.

If Contractor refuses to hire said Laborer because said Laborer refuses to provide a Social Security Number or Tax Identification Number, is that an injury to Laborer by Contractor?  Default answer:  Yes.

Will you personally, and the company/agency you represent, represent this Contractor, pay all this Contractor's costs as this Contractor incurs them, diligently prepare and file all documents/instruments for this Contractor, indemnify this Contractor against all actions and resulting damages that may rise from following your answers to the above questions?  Default answer:  No.

If Contractor receives from any person or agency written instructions that are not signed, is said Contractor obligated to follow those instructions?  Default answer:  No.

If Contractor follows unsigned written instructions received from a person or agency, who is liable for any injuries resulting therefrom?  Default answer:  The Contractor is fully liable since unsigned instruments have absolutely no force in law.

The answers you provide to the above questions must appear on <company/agency> letterhead and be signed by you under penalties of perjury, just like the IRS forms I sign are signed under penalties of perjury.

If this Contractor does not receive answers to all the above questions on appropriate letterhead signed under penalties of perjury within twenty days by one having authority to answer those questions and whose answers are binding upon the IRS, then you have acquiesced to the default answers immediately following each question and are forevermore bound by them.  And, for any contradictory answers received from <Attorney> and <IRS Agent>, the effective answers will be the default answers immediately following the questions until both come to an agreement on what the answer is.  After all, this Contractor's attorney is an officer of the court and the <IRS Agent>'s answers undoubtedly come from an attorney who is also an officer of the court, therefore, when these two attorneys of equal standing disagree, it is not possible for this Contractor to know which one is correct, neither answer of those two attorneys have anymore weight than the other.

Sincerely,

<your signature>