Founder of We The People Foundation (WTP)
Bob Schulz comes back on our show for the 4th installment/episode of his life story.
We wrapped up episode #3 (2/23/17) talking about the revelatory and stirring events of the end of 2000 into the first 6 month of
WTP organized another symposium in DC called "Project Toto" which took place on 2/16/01 and included the exposure of much additional research about illegal implementation and administration of the personal income tax. Included in this expose was new information about former US US Attorney Philander Knox who claimed incorrectly that the original 16th Amendment to the US Constitution was passed by the several States.
Three separate Full-page ads were paid for by WTP and appeared in USA Today and the Washington Times.
A project Jericho-like "Walk Around The IRS"
building on 4/9/01 which was attended by hundreds of US citizens from around the USA.
A US Senate Hearing which featured blown-up WTP USA ads and related discussions among members of congress and staffers which Bob and a WTP contingent attended but were not allowed to speak at.
Important interactions and feedback from NY Times columnist David K Johnston between members of Congress, Tax Honesty researchers and Bob Schulz.
Bob's final decision to embark on a nationally publicized "hunger strike" in a 7/01/01 letter sent to leaders of the US Senate, House, the Executive Branch which was copied to the IRS.
Latest message from Bob Shulz (3-22-2017)
Good afternoon, all:
With Bette’s help I was able to contact former Congressman Roscoe Bartlett. On March 1st Judy and I met with him at his home in Frederick MD. We sat in his living room and talked for 5 1/2 hours. He is perfectly healthy in mind and body.
The next day he notarized and mailed his affidavit to me (copy attached).
BTW, I would appreciate some feedback from one and all on papers I filed in court yesterday in my case against the Government. Our epic struggle to restore the First Amendment Right to Petition is coming to a head. Bob