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Hand Democrats a Big Defeat

     The Democrats passed FATCA in 2010. Under FATCA, banks around the world are required to shell out huge sums on accountants to scour every account in the bank for signs the depositor may be classified as a United States person under United States law. Since one small misstep could trigger severe penalties on the bank’s U.S.-based income and assets, big banks prevailed on their governments to enter into agreements with the U.S. Treasury called IGA’s, which are not treaties. Under the IGA’s all banks in a country are deemed compliant with FATCA, and in exchange, that country’s government requires all the banks to comply. That means banks with no exposure to the United States government are still required to comply.

     Besides the outrageous expense to the banks in other countries, Canadian citizens living in Canada are finding themselves facing criminal charges and devastating financial penalties for failing to file income taxes, or for failing to report their “foreign” bank account in their home town in Canada, to the United States Treasury.



     Your father brings in the mail and hands you something. Your grandparents sent you a birthday card. In it, there is a strange slip of paper. They sent you money for college. Of course, you like you other grandparents better, because they sent you toys.

     Your mother brings you to that special place where they have free lollipops, and instructs you to sign your name on the back of that slip of paper, and then on this printed form. Then off you go to your birthday party.

     Decades later, you find yourself facing devastating financial penalties and criminal charges. Your grandparents are Canadians and your parents are Canadians, but while your parents were on their way between Ontario and the Maritimes, the stork wouldn't wait, and you were born in the hospital in the United States of America. Even though you are a Canadian citizen by birth, you are classified under United States laws as a United States citizen, even after you reach Canada. You failed to report you “foreign” bank account on a form to the United States Treasury, as if it was any of their business.

     It’s as if California continued to impose her taxes and other laws on persons born there, who have not been there in decades.



     Some persons who moved to Canada became citizens there. Under U.S. federal statutes, they were relieved of the United States citizenship when they got sworn in as Canadian citizens. Guess what? SCOTUS handed them back U.S. citizenship whether they wanted it or not. Many don’t want it because they are Canadians and their town and their province are in Canada. Can Monaco declare that everybody born on leap year day is a Monegasque citizen and must pay taxes to Monaco? Can Vatican City declare that everybody who has been baptised in a Catholic church — and they do keep records which are legal documents — must pay a tithe to the State of Vatican City? Can Kenya declare that Barack Obama is a Kenyan citizen born overseas in Hawai‘i, to a Kenya-born father, and then impose income taxes and bank account reporting requirements on him? Why should a Canadian citizen living in Canada have to visit some foreign country’s diplomatic mission, pay a fee to renounce citizenship (like a pimp demanding payment from a worker who wants to quit,) and then catch up on documents and payments that foreign country never had a right to require? (Hint: The United States of America is a foreign country to them.)

How You Can Help


     Anybody who wants to hand the Democrats a big defeat can make a big difference by donating the remaining balance, — about $40,000 USD — for legal fees to carry out a legal challenge to the Democrats’ FATCA in Canada.


Fed up with the Republican Party? The good news is, there is a Libertarian Party. The bad news, for many of you, is that the Libertarians want the United States of America to become a free country, with liberty and justice for all. That is the worst nightmare of the power-hungry Republocrats, so they make it difficult for Libertarians to be listed on ballots and included in debates.

Pro-Life? No problem. Pro-Life Congressman Ron Paul, M.D., OB/GYN, was the Libertarian nominee for POTUS in 1988. Look over the chessboard for libertarian moves, such as making Colorado a safe haven for pregnant Papa Don’t Preach runaways from out of State. Stop forcing persons to buy insurance to cover abortions.



Let’s see, now... The rioters honestly thought they were defending the United States Constitution by physically resisting the fulfillment of its most vivid sentence: “The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted.”


The election wasn’t stolen. Trump lost, largely because he personally enjoyed the thrills of that job while refusing to perform it. Dr. Fauci told us what he knew. Trump told us what he made up. His administration also left regulations in place that hindered testing.

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CRAWLEY, DIANE M.
    ... to CRAWLEY, KARA MARALENE


CRAWLEY, KATELYN MARIE
    ... to CRAWLEY, RICARDO V.


CRAWLEY, RICARDO VONDELL
    ... to CRAWSHAW, DUANE CLEVE


CRAWSHAW, HEIDI MARIE
    ... to CRAY, SYDNEY KATHLEEN


CRAY, TARYN HEATHER
    ... to CRAYNE, SAMUEL O.


CRAYNE, SHARYN ANNE
    ... to CRAYTON, TALANNA M.


CRAYTON, TALANNA MICHELE
    ... to CREACH, CHRISTOPHER WARREN


CREACH, DAEMON CRISTOPHER
    ... to CREADICK, KIMBERLY


CREADICK, LAUREN ELIZABETH
    ... to CREAGER, DANNY LEE


CREAGER, DAVID J.
    ... to CREAGER, KYLE JAMES


CREAGER, LAURA MICHELLE
    ... to CREAGHE, PATRICK LAWRENCE


CREAGHE, SARAH ELIZABETH
    ... to CREAMER, COLIN M.


CREAMER, COLTON LAKE
    ... to CREAMER, KARINA REDKO


CREAMER, KARIS NICOLE
    ... to CREAMER, STACEY L.


CREAMER, STEPHEN CECIL
    ... to CREANEY, JOHN FRANCIS


CREANEY, KIMBERLY JUDITH
    ... to CREASEMAN, MATTIE MAY


CREASER, ANDREW ANTHONY DAVIDKE
    ... to CREASMAN, ADARA MCKAYLIN


CREASMAN, AMANDA NICOLE
    ... to CREASON, EDWARD DARLON


CREASON, ELIZABETH JOY
    ... to CREASON, SKYCIE LEE


CREASON, STEPHEN LLOYD
    ... to CREASY, SARAH NICHOLE


CREASY, SARA JOY
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CREBER, BRIAN JAMES
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CREDE, HERBERT ALLEN
    ... to CREE, JOSEPH STEPHENS


CREE, KC JESSICCA
    ... to CREECH, DANIELLE RAE


CREECH, DARRELL K.
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CREECH, KATHRYN M.
    ... to CREECH, SAMUEL DAVID


CREECH, SAMUEL ROBERT
    ... to CREECY, DANIEL PAUL


CREECY, DAVID GLENN
    ... to CREED, LORRI L.


CREED, LORRI LYNN
    ... to CREEDEN, KEVIN PATRICK


CREEDEN, MARY K.
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CREEGAN, JOHN PATRICK
    ... to CREEK, MARGO LYNN


CREEK, MARK SHAUN
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CREEKMORE, MORGAN KELLY
    ... to CREEL, EDUARDO JUAN


CREEL, EMILY C.
    ... to CREEL, RODGER LEE


CREEL, RONALD PARIS
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CREEN, CHAD EUGENE
    ... to CREERY, EDWARD CLARENCE


CREERY, GERALD LEE
    ... to CREEVY, PAULA ELIZABETH


CREEVY, SALLY JANE
    ... to CREGER, JOEL F.


CREGER, KAY ELIZABETH
    ... to CREGMILE, DORIS JEAN


CREGMILE, JAMES C.
    ... to CREGO, SARAH ELAINE


CREGO, SHERYL LYNN
    ... to CREIGHTON, APRIL DAWN


CREIGHTON, ASHLEY IMPERIA
    ... to CREIGHTON, JEANNE R.


CREIGHTON, JEFFREY EDWARD
    ... to CREIGHTON, MATTHEW EDWIN


CREIGHTON, MICHAEL ARAM
    ... to CREIGHTON, TERENCE JAMES


CREIGHTON, THEODORE
    ... to CRELLY, KATHERINE MARIE


CRELLY, KIRSTAN CELESTE
    ... to CREMEENS, BILL GENE


CREMEENS, BRETT W.
    ... to CREMER, SCOTT ROBERT


CREMER, SHAWN EDWARD
    ... to CREMO, BRIAN JEFFREY


CREMO, DENNIS MICHAEL
    ... to CRENNEN, THOMAS K.


CRENNER, JAMES CHARLES
    ... to CRENSHAW, CODY WAYNE


CRENSHAW, COLEEN G.
    ... to CRENSHAW, JENNIFER SUSAN


CRENSHAW, JENSEN MARIE
    ... to CRENSHAW, MICHAEL NOLAN


CRENSHAW, MIKE BRYANT
    ... to CRENSHAW-MOORE, GWENDOLYN CONSTANTINA


CRENSHAW-SINGH, KRISTINA LYN
    ... to CREPEAU, TYLER SCOTT


CREPEAU, VICTOR FERDINAND
    ... to CRESANTA, DOROTHEA GRACE


CRESANTA, NICHOLAS WILLIAM
    ... to CRESCENZO, CHELSEY BRIDGET SULLIVAN


CRESCENZO, CYNTHIA ANN
    ... to CRESPI, JARON SAMUEL


CRESPI, JONAH ROBERT
    ... to CRESPIN, ANDRE M.


CRESPIN, ANDREW JAMES
    ... to CRESPIN, CARLOS


CRESPIN, CARLOS W.
    ... to CRESPIN, DAVID EUGENE


CRESPIN, DAVID JOSEPH
    ... to CRESPIN, ESTEFANITA


CRESPIN, EUGENE G.
    ... to CRESPIN, JANET SUE


CRESPIN, JANICE MARIE
    ... to CRESPIN, JOSEPH JUAN


CRESPIN, JOSEPH LEE
    ... to CRESPIN, LAWRENCE ANTHONY


CRESPIN, LAWRENCE E.
    ... to CRESPIN, MARK ANTHONY


CRESPIN, MARK J.
    ... to CRESPIN, MONICA ANN


CRESPIN, MONIQUE A.
    ... to CRESPIN, RICHARD MICHAEL


CRESPIN, RICHARD ROBERT
    ... to CRESPIN, SHELLY JANAE


CRESPIN, SHERI LYNN
    ... to CRESPO, ABRAHAM LARA


CRESPO, AIMEE
    ... to CRESPO, JEFFREY MICHAEL


CRESPO, JERRY JOHN
    ... to CRESPO, MARK ANTHONY


CRESPO, MARTHA YSELA
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CRESPO CARDONA, CARLOS RUBEN
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CRESS, CRISTY L.
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CRESS, JESSICA RHIANNON
    ... to CRESS, NICOLAS DANIEL


CRESS, NINA SANCHEZ
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CRESSALL, KATIE LYNN
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CRESSLER, SHIRLEY MARIE
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CRESSMAN, PHOEBE CATHERINE
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CRESSY, CLIFFORD EDWARD
    ... to CRESWELL, CAROL LYNN


CRESWELL, CHAD ROBERT
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CRETECOS, GEORGE ANTHONY
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CRETTI, JUSTIN LEE
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CREVIER, LYNSEY LEE
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CREW, DIANA L.
    ... to CREW, RICHARD WILLIAM


CREW, ROB ANTHONY
    ... to CREWES, JILL REBECCA


CREWES, JOHN FREDRICK
    ... to CREWS, CARL B.


CREWS, CAROLINE PATRICIA
    ... to CREWS, DONALD R.


CREWS, DONALD RAY
    ... to CREWS, JERRY CRAIG


CREWS, JERRY R.
    ... to CREWS, KYLE MICHAEL


CREWS, LABARTHA R.
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CREWS, NATHAN BRENNEN
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CREWS, SHAMIA Y.
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CREWS, VANESA DALENE
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CRIAG HENSLEY, ALEXIA B.
    ... to CRIBARI, GRANT EUGENE


CRIBARI, JACK RYAN
    ... to CRIBARI, SAMANTHA M.


CRIBARI, SEAN MICHAEL
    ... to CRIBBS, BENJAMIN L.


CRIBBS, BRITTANY LEA
    ... to CRIBBS, MARGARET E.


CRIBBS, MARGARET ELAINE
    ... to CRICE, RACHEL NICOLE


CRICE, REBEKAH LYNN
    ... to CRICHTON, MICHELLE VIRGINIA
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