I teach with a definite purpose and that purpose is to solve problems caused by written law. All legal problems are caused by written law, so we must always keep written law and unwritten law apart. Written law always applies to governments and the instruments of government, but only under special circumstances does it apply to people and those circumstances must be found in the written law.
In America, it is relatively simple to segregate written law and unwritten law, because all written law can traced back to the Organic Laws of the United States of America, if it’s written law and consistent with the Organic Laws of the United States of America it is law for the United States of America, but not necessarily law for all Americans.
Liens and levies are, of course, written law, which must be defined, delineated and determined according to written law procedures. Government liens and levies which are created by government employees are limited in their application to other government employees. After the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776 and the successful American Revolution, government employees in America would never again be able to act against Americans as the employees of the British monarchy had once acted against the American colonists.
There once was a special class of persons connected to the federal government who could act directly upon Americans as British tax collectors acted against the colonist in the collection of taxes. American tax collectors appointed by the President of the United States of America with the advice and consent of the Senate could engage Americans in their tax collection efforts, but only within the United States, the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States of America. The offices of the Collector of Internal Revenue and Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue were abolished in 1952 and no new Officers of the United States have since been created by Congress.
All legal systems begin with an unwritten law version and a later written law scheme. I believe my Basic Course in Law and Government is the only Student tested legal instruction, which analyzes written law from its foundation. Students who successfully complete the Basic Course qualify for the Advanced Courses, which include Taxation. To take the Basic Course in Law and Government for a non-refundable $50 class materials fee, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera