News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch engaged US lawmakers in a heated debate Thursday on immigration as he defended coverage by his Fox News networks against critics who claim it is overly conservative.
There you go again, Rupert, lending legitimacy to a body that doesn't exist.
Have I told you that I haven't paid federal income tax in fifteen years? Yeah, and I have no intention of ever doing so.
Why? For so many reasons, listed here in no particular order:
--The jurisdiction does not exist. It annihilated itself by placing a 7-series compressor on Murray Street.
--Even if it did exist, it lost jurisdiction over me by delivering to me my own principality. I am untouched by any federal or state law, absent any accession expressly granted by me. Talk to your lawyers; they'll grudgingly back me up on this.
--Filing a tax return creates the legal nexus between the natural person and the income tax. (That's the heatseeker argument that blows the IRS out of the water.)
--Only pigs follow laws spoken by the animals in Washington. Birds of a feather flock together.
--Only saps follow the laws of dead jurisdictions. Governments come and go. Why the tears?