The Federal Mafia Courts Stole your Seventh Amendment Right to Trial By Jury!

The Federal Mafia Courts stole your Seventh Amendment right to trial by jury.  Here is what the Seventh Amendment says about the right of trial by jury:

In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law. 

Here is what the tyrants in the Fifth Circuit court of federal appeals said about your Seventh Amendment right to jury trial in the case of Mathes v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 576 F.2d 70, 1978:

Taxpayers also assert they were denied their Seventh Amendment right to trial by jury before the Tax Court. The Seventh Amendment preserves the right to jury trial "in suits at common law." Since there was no right of action at common law against a sovereign, enforceable by jury trial or otherwise, there is no constitutional right to a jury trial in a suit against the United States. See 9 C. Wright & A. Miller, Federal Practice & Procedure 2314, at 68-69 (1971). Thus, there is a right to a jury trial in actions against the United States only if a statute so provides. Congress has not so provided when the taxpayer elects not to pay the assessment and sue for a redetermination in the Tax Court. For a taxpayer to obtain a trial by jury, he must pay the tax allegedly owed and sue for a refund in district court. 28 U.S.C. 2402 and 1346(a)(1). The law is therefore clear that a taxpayer who elects to bring his suit in the Tax Court has no right, statutory or constitutional, to a trial by jury. Phillips v. Commissioner, 283 U.S. 589, 599 n. 9, 51 S. Ct. 608, 75 L. Ed. 1289 (1931); Wickwire v. Reinecke, 275 U.S. 101, 105-106, 48 S. Ct. 43, 72 L. Ed. 184 (1927); Dorl v. Commissioner, 507 F.2d 406, 407 (2d Cir. 1974) (holding it "elementary that there is no right to a jury trial in the Tax Court.").

Therefore, we only get a trial by jury when litigating against the U.S. government for wrongful taking of taxes if Congress gives its permission by statute! Do you think they will ever do that? Fat chance!  The Constitution no longer guarantees a trial by jury if the matter being litigated is taxes and the litigant is suing the federal government. We have the wranglings of corrupt judges like the one above to thank for that.

With the above startling realizations in mind, do you think it is EVER possible to guarantee a fair trial or a balance of power if you are litigating against the IRS in a federal court? Absolute power corrupts absolutely, and there is no better example of that philosophy in action than in the federal courts. The deck in federal court is obviously stacked, which explains why so many irrational and unconstitutional rulings occur in the context of income tax litigation in the federal courts.  Another thing that this section ought to convince you of is that it is more productive in a federal court to go after the individual government officials involved for corruption, fraud, and extortion under the color of office than it is to go after the government.  If they violate the law, they can be held personally liable, and because you are not suing a sovereign, the United States Government, you can be assured your right to a Trial by Jury.

Do you STILL think we live in a free country?  Our government is no different than having a monarch with absolute power to do whatever it wants with sovereign immunity from prosecution for wrongdoing granted by our corrupt federal courts!