New legislation may end consumer fraud in California

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Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 07-20-02

The United States is taking a long look at the recent assaults on the American way by the state of California. Allowing the "pledge of allegiance" to be deemed unconstitutional, freeing known terrorists from custody, implementing indentured servitude, debtors prison, consumer fraud, and tax evasion.

The state of California may soon be asked if they are attempting to secede from the Union.

Legislators from the state of California (Cox and Boxer) announced they wish to grant custodial parents (CPs) blanket immunity from the US Treasury Department, in return for allowing the state to gather 10% interest on money that never existed. This is an addendum to the new federal legislation that promises incentives for CPs to get remarried, as well as encouraging employers to hire, promote, and give CPs a pay raise. The standard bonuses already granted to depedent parents by California, includes the highest tax free child support award in the nation, guaranteed custody of their children, and complete immunity from accountability regarding money spent on support for their children.

California Family Code 4053 (I) states that "it is presumed that the custodial parent will spend a 'significant portion' of available resources to support their children". This is the only legal conversion of money paid by the NCP to money spent by the CP to support their children. Obviously, this presumption of a generality is not enough for the IRS to allow the CP to evade taxes on the 'insignificant portion' of the available resources that the CP does not spend on the children.

The repercusions of the proposed legislation may result in the following federal response:

This "ENRON" style of accounting and this exploitation of children for money will not be tolerated by the IRS nor heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.

Detached from the Nation, California slips into oblivion.

Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507,,

Jim Untershine holds a BSEE from Mississippi State University and has 13 years experience in feedback control system design. Mr. Untershine is currently using the teachings of Werner Heisenberg and Henry David Thoreau to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country.

For Immediate Release Monday, July 15, 2002

Contact: Paul Wilkinson202-225-6168

Policy Chairman’s Child Support Enforcement Act to be Introduced

News Conference: 11:45 a.m., Tuesday, July 16, Cannon Terrace, with Rep. Cox, Sen. BoxerHelps Families Owed Child SupportWASHINGTON--House Policy Chairman Christopher Cox (R-CA) and Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) will join a group of parents and children owed child support Tuesday to introduce legislation that gives immediate relief to over two million families owed child support, and encourages delinquent parents to pay child support on time.“I’m pleased that the Association for Children for Enforcement of Support will be joining me at the Capitol to unveil the ‘Child Support Enforcement Act.’ This is a major step Congress can take now to encourage parents to pay what they owe and to help custodial parents under financial pressure because of delinquent child support. Working together, I’m confident this bill can soon become law,” Cox said.Under the Child Support Enforcement Act: · Parents owed child support would be able to deduct the unpaid portion, providing immediate tax relief to millions of struggling parents. · The delinquent parent would be required to take the amount of unpaid child support into income. The resultant tax penalty (which would be zero for parents with no taxable income) would increase according to income and ability to pay, creating an effective incentive to pay child support on time. This would make the tax treatment of unpaid child support consistent with the treatment of other bad debts in the tax code. Delinquent parents would remain liable for all past due child support.The United States faces a child support crisis: there are currently 10 million cases of unpaid child support in the United States. Each year, nearly 60% of parents owed support receive less than the full amount due. More than 30% receive no payment at all. Once the payment due date passes, child support in arrears is rarely paid. In fact, $78 billion of child support remains outstanding.“In 2000, more than $10 billion in child support went uncollected, forcing many single-parent families onto public assistance—and forcing American taxpayers, already working hard to support their own families, to carry the added burden. But the hardest hit are the children,” Cox said. The Child Support Enforcement Act would provide immediate relief to custodial parents struggling to support their children.The Child Support Enforcement Act has bipartisan and bicameral support, including 40 cosponsors in the House. Rep. Cox and Sen. Boxer will formally introduce the bill Tuesday.