ATG Press Archive – The Informer

The Informer

The Informer is by profession a researcher of 40 years and worked for major 500 companies. He started the legal research into government as a whole in 1979 and went heavy into the taxation part, all phases, in 1981, and continues to this day. He is retired and uses his cognitive skills of 40 years to continue studying. His history research came about because of the government research that uncovered many inconsistencies in what people perceive to be true about government, but which is not. His inquiries and study led him to other historical researchers nationwide. These findings show governments are run by people other than the common man and woman of America and is not the “representative form” as people believe.

The ATG Press Archive can be accessed at:

http://wayback.archive.org/web/20100201181638/http://www.atgpress.com/inform/indexinf.htm

PDF Archive of the ATG Press site sorted by year

1999

1999 PDF – 1998 List of IRS Sections Affected by House of Reps – The Informer

1999 PDF – Excise Taxes -The Informer

1999 PDF – For those people fed up with all the phone taxes you pay every month – The Informer

1999 PDF – How you are controlled in this country by private corporations – The Informer

1999 PDF – Informer’s Tax Series #8 – The Informer

1999 PDF – Illegal phone charges – The Informer

1999 PDF – MERRY-GO ROUND – The Informer

1999 PDF – Person and Taxes – The Informer

1999 PDF – PERSON – The Informer

1999 PDF – POLLOCK v. FARMERS’ LOAN & TRUST CO. – The Informer

1999 PDF – Reality – The Informer

1999 PDF – SCUMBAGS – The Informer

1999 PDF – REDEEM – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Genesis of the Emergency War Power Act – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Informer’s Tax Series #9 – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Why’s and Wherefore’s of the TAX System (part2) – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Why’s and Wherefore’s of the TAX System (part1) – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Why’s and Wherefore’s of the TAX System (part3) – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Why’s and Wherefore’s of the TAX System (part4) – The Informer

1999 PDF – The Why’s and Wherefore’s of the TAX System (part5) – The Informer

1999 PDF – THINK #13 – The Informer

1999 PDF – To Make You Think Series #15 – The Informer

2000

2000 PDF – AN END TO THE DEBATE ON THE 16TH – The Informer

2000 PDF – CITIZEN = SUBJECT – The Informer

2000 PDF – Are you a Member of the Community – The Informer

2000 PDF – Congress Ultimate Administrator of Federal Courts – The Informer

2000 PDF – Definitions that enslave you – The Informer

2000 PDF – DOCUMENTS – The Informer

2000 PDF – FICTION OF LAW – The Informer

2000 PDF – Flawed Redemption Process – The Informer

2000 PDF – IS THIS WHAT MAKES YOU SUBJECT TO INCOME TAX – The Informer

2000 PDF – GOING AFTER THE WRONG PEOPLE – The Informer

2000 PDF – Let us regroup and find the truth – The Informer

2000 PDF – SS# and TIN IS NOT THE SAME – The Informer

2000 PDF – PERSPECTIVES – The Informer

2000 PDF – STATE, UNITED STATES, INCLUDES – The Informer

2000 PDF – THE MYTH OF THE TERM ‘LAW OF THE LAND’ – The Informer

2000 PDF – the common man never created the U.S. Constitution – The Informer

2000 PDF – The question is WHY – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (intro) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume I – pages 232-237) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 6-9) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 10-13) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 96-97) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 102-106) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 141-146) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 155-157) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 268-269) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 291-309) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – Pages 399-404) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 411-413) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – Pages 459-461) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The real 1930 Geneva Convention Books (Volume III – pages 462-end) – The Informer

2000 PDF – The taxing statute imposing S.S. taxes – The Informer

2000 PDF – THIS IS NOT CONJECTURE. THIS IS NOT MYTH. THIS IS NOT PATRIOT MYTH. – The Informer

2000 PDF – USE AND TRANSFER – The Informer

2001 PDF – 1868 Inaugural Speech of Governor Worth – The Informer

2000 PDF – WAR POWERS TODAY IN AMERICA – The Informer

2001

2001 PDF – Addendum – The Informer

2001 PDF – Congress has no jurisdiction to levy an income tax – The Informer

2001 PDF – OATHS OF OFFICE – The Informer

2001 PDF – TERMS not WORDS – The Informer

2001 PDF – THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY – The Informer

2001 PDF – When was State Sovereignty Lost – The Informer

2001 PDF – Will the real Beneficiary please stand up – The Informer

2003

2003 PDF – BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY IS A ‘Specialty’ dictionary – The Informer

2003 PDF – GOLD AND HOW IT IS MANIPULATED – The Informer

2003 PDF – JURISDICTION & THE FIRST JUDICIARY ACT – The Informer

2003 PDF – WAS WASHINGTON, D.C. A STATE THEN – The Informer

2003 PDF – WHY ALL STATES DEPEND ON FEDERAL DETERMINATION TO TAX YOU – The Informer

2004

2004 PDF – WHO WANTS TO TAKE AN OATH – The Informer

2005

2005 PDF – 26 USC 6331 Authorizing IRS – The Informer

2005 PDF – Assessment Authority – The Informer

2005 PDF – 26 USC 6331 Authorizing IRS – The Informer

2005 PDF – The true nature of the withholding tax, and the 1040 Form circa 1942 – The Informer

2005 PDF – WHAT TO PRESENT ADMINISTRATIVELY THAT YOU HAVE NO INCOME – The Informer

2006

2006 PDF – ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION IN TAX CASES – The Informer

2006 PDF – ADMIRALTY RULES – The Informer

2006 PDF – ADMIRALTY___WHY – The Informer

2006 PDF – The Bill of Rights Fraud Part I – The Informer

2006 PDF – The Bill of Rights Fraud Part 2 – The Informer

2006 PDF – WHY DOES THE STATE HAVE JURISDICTION OVER ME – The Informer

2007

2007 PDF – CITIZENSHIP BY TREATY – The Informer

2007 PDF – Government fraud A Short Synopsis – The Informer

2007 PDF – Jurisdiction Over a National – The Informer

2007 PDF – THE 1913 INCOME TAX FRAUD – The Informer

2007 PDF – WHAT DOES FEDERAL REALLY MEAN – The Informer

2008

2008 PDF – Addendum to the ‘New History of America’ – The Informer

2008 PDF – Are you a Member of the Community v2.0 – The Informer

2008 PDF – Are you a Corporation Member – The Informer

2008 PDF – How the government got you in its clutches, slave – The Informer

2008 PDF – SO YOU REALLY WANT A REPUBLIC – The Informer

2008 PDF – SO YOU THINK THE UNITED STATES STILL HAS A TREASURY – The Informer

2008 PDF – Sometimes the Criminals Speak the Truth – The Informer

2008 PDF – YOU WANTED TO BE A CITIZEN – SO WHY COMPLAIN – The Informer

2009

2009 PDF – America’s Real History Not Taught – The Informer

2009 PDF – A paradox for any court – The Informer

2009 PDF – Hamilton’s True Identity – The Informer

2009 PDF – HISTORY of the BRITISH SUBJECTS – The Informer

2010

2010 PDF – BAIT AND SWITCH – The Informer

2010 PDF – Cannon law in America Applies to all Citizens – The Informer

2010 PDF – JURY TRIALS A MYTH – The Informer

2010 PDF – The Entire Patriot Community is Deficient in Knowledge – The Informer

2010 PDF – The Vatican Controls America and YOU – The Informer

2010 PDF – UCC DEFINITIONS – The Informer

The History of the American Bar

The Bar in America – Part I

Introductory – Law Without Lawyers – Part II

Lawyers in the Seventeenth Century – Part III

Colonial Massachusetts Bar -Chapter III

Colonial New York, Pennsylvania & New Jersy Bar – Chapter IV

Colonial Southern Bar – Chapter V

New England Colonial Bar – Chapter VI

The Law & Lawyers in England in the Eighteenth Century

Early American Barristers, & Bar Associations – Chapter IX

Part II – Federal Bar -Chapter X

The Federal Bar and Law, 1789-1815-Chapter XI

The Federal Bar & the Law, 1815-1830-Chapter XV

The Federal Bar & Law – 1830-1860 – Chapter XVI

The Progress of the Law – 1830-1860 – Chapter XVII

The Rise of Railroad & Corporation Law – Chapter XVIII


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