UnFair reveals the truth about the abuses of power and the cover-ups by the IRS, exposing it as a blatantly unfair and corrupt entity which is unable to be reformed and, therefore, must be abolished. This book is firmly grounded in history, building on the arguments of the US Founders, along with many notable philosophers and other historical figures who have added to its greatness.
The Founding Fathers wrote that when any form of government becomes destructive to the ability of the people to secure life, liberty, and property, it is the duty of the people to alter or abolish it. In UnFair, the author exposes the inner workings and dealings of the IRS—the agency charged with the enforcement of this egregious act of force and violence. It brings together multiple points of view in presenting the clear moral case, not only against excessive taxation, but to put these arguments into a focus that the very principles upon which this nation was founded are so abusively violated that a free people are compelled to rise up and reject them outright as unconscionable to the very foundation of absolute moral liberty.