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Lost Arts Radio Show #270 - Special Guest Peymon Mottahedeh

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Many responsible U.S. citizens want to pay the income taxes they are required by law to pay, but they are confused, and don't know who to believe to figure out what they really owe. Many well-known teachers of this subject give conflicting information. Even some of this information that seems to be "true," somehow leads those who use it to end up paying heavy fines for years, or even going to prison. Not a great recommendation for the system they are trying to follow. We have heard many complex explanations, some convincing, involving discussions of names in all capital letters, gold fringed flags, sovereign citizens, the 16th Amendment not being ratified, UCC law, common law, and so much more that most people would not have any idea how to distinguish which if any of these approaches is valid.

Peymon Mottahedeh is the founder and president of Freedom Law School (www.freedomlawschool.org), an educational organization that offers courses and assistance to answer the question based on what the law really says, and on its presidents real-life experience applying this knowledge. I personally have been wanting to know more about Freedom Law School, and I was reminded of their excellent work and courses recently, when I had the pleasure of watching Jeff Berwick interview Peymon for his great show, Anarchast.

I was hoping Peymon might be willing to come talk with me on Lost Arts Radio and explain his approach in more detail so we all could understand what he teaches and see if it feels true and safe to use, as well as what kind of real experience his teachings are based on (see also www.livefreenow.org). I think we'll get a lot from hearing him go into some of the important issues about our tax system and how to survive it and follow the law at the same time.

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