PEG (Paradigm Education Group)

January 31, 2017

A Privilege Access Fee – Is That Income Tax?

Summary A privilege access fee for accessing Canada Pension Plan and income tax related benefits from an office is what Canada’s income tax seems to be. Offices have certain privileges, powers, and duties. (If they did not, then there is no point in holding any office1). Income tax cannot be […]
January 29, 2017

Paradigm Students Avoid Jail Using Apu’s Theory

Summary Recently two former Paradigm Education Group students (private property advocates), Bob and Terry Steinkey, avoid jail by using Apu’s Theory on how Canada’s income tax really works. They used Apu’s Theory for pointing out Canada’s laws protects private property rights; their contracts stated their income’s status is their private […]
November 14, 2016

Michael Millar Tax Evasion Conviction – Why Style of Name is Still a Defense

Is Style of Name Relevant to a Tax Evasion Defense? On October 11, 2016, the court convicted Michael Millar of tax evasion. Millar’s main argument involves a Roman law concept, the style of the name. Judge Victoria Gray rejected Millar’s argument, but gave her decision using the same Roman law […]
October 1, 2016

Keith Lawson Tax Evasion Conviction Due to Entrapment – Part 1

Summary The Keith Lawson tax evasion conviction in Canada is due to entrapment. We proposed earlier that individual income tax entraps Canadians. This extends to tax evasion trials. Entrapment also explains why Canada’s Government wins 96%1 of tax evasion cases, a conviction rate much higher2 than the 64% rate for […]