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The Intersection of U.S. Federal Tax Law with Collection of International Information - Including other Federal Agencies

For decades, the IRS largely worked in a vacuum, relative to other government agencies.

Changes started in earnest in 2003 after September 11, 2001, when Congress past various anti-terrorism laws.  612 more words

Tax Compliance

Terrorism in the name of humanity:

The real faces behind spreading terrorism in Pakistan has coming to surface. Pakistan is a country which is worstly affected by terrorism; terrorism has shaken the very foundation of Pakistan, tore its social fabric apart, melted down its economy and converted a peace loving country into a battleground for cold war. 392 more words


Media attacks CIA expert because his facts did't suit their agenda

It is indeed a strange world isn’t it! I never thought I would be writing a blog entry in defence of the CIA, well in support of John Brennan more specifically and accurately. 2,884 more words


Should we panic at the many warnings about domestic terrorism?

Summary:  Since 9/11 the security services have repeatedly warned about domestic terrorists of the Left and Right. The  important conclusion from these — and the numbers — is that domestic terrorism is probably a relatively small problem, one that our security agencies might give too much attention. 1,612 more words


Let’s Stop Living In Fairy Land: “This Is Training To Condition The Public To Accept Military On The Streets”

The United States military, law enforcement, and intelligence agencies are planning a two-months long exercise later this year. The government claims this is an effort to protect the American people, but  448 more words


Anthem Anathema: Know Who You Are

I’ve long loved this haunting and beautiful Sherman Brothers song. Perhaps it always was that it would always be a personal anthem for both a past and future self whose whole I’d yet to recognize amidst an ever-constantly expanding coalescence of pasts and futures which I’d come to believe was the present. 562 more words

Cultural Autism