TITLE 26 IS NOT LAW
The Internal Revenue Code defines a contract between the IRS and the individual. 26 USC 7806(b) says that Title 26 is not law, as we read “No inference, implication or presumption of legislative construction shall be drawn or made by reason of the location or grouping of any particular section or provision or portion of this title…” N.B. “legislative construction” means “law” and the following United States Supreme Court unmistakably states the same conclusion: “The fact that 26 USCS Sec. 4161(a) is located in part of Code dealing with
recreational equipment and sporting goods is of little significance in determining applicability of tax to lures used in commercial fishing since Sec. 7806 provides that nothing is to be inferred from grouping or indexing of any particular section.” —
Nordby Supply Co. v United States (1978, CA9 Wash) 572 F2d 1377, cert den 439 US 861, 58 L Ed 2d 170, 99 S Ct 182.
SOOOOO throw those “SHOW ME THE LAW” and make a “SHOW ME THE CONTRACT“.