16th Amendment

IRS Scandal: Another Unforeseen Consequence of 16th Amendment

Jeffrey L. Scribner, American Thinker

Changing the way the fed. gov't gets the bulk of its revenue wouldn't necessarily change the way fed. money is spent or what it is spent on. But it would tend to make that spending much more efficient and would tend to take the fed. gov't out of several areas where it now funds activities managed by the states, like Medicaid.  

Congress Should Abolish the IRS

Bob Unruh, WND

Three Congressmen am to repeal the 16th Amendment, effectively canceling federal income taxes. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-OK, argues the 4th Amendment guarantees the “right of people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”