Happy Father's Day from BOTH the Mason Family Civic League and the newly-formed GA Family Civic League*.
*That's the official alias for my tax-exempt charitable organization, my brand- spankin' new 501(c)(3), the GA Civic League, Inc. But I'm calling it the GA Family Civic League to escape detection. I'm not sure what I am escaping detection from, but I've got BIG tax-evading plans. Enormous.
Here they are: I'll hire a tax-exempt ape to lurk at a public school playground and bully moms with their kids. I'll hire a lanky stalker to videotape whomever I wish, and another to go to City Council meetings to provoke a horse.
Because as long as I advertise my 501(c)(3) the GA Civic League, Inc. with the alias the GA Family Civic League, no one will know my ape is on my registered tax-exempt charitable organization's payroll.
Like how I do that? Pretty slick.
You know, apes don't come cheap. Neither do stalkers nor street-money Santas. That's why YOUR tax dollars buy MY bananas. In bushels. Tax-exempt bananas.
And with my clever alias, the IRS will NEVER figure it out.
Let them TRY to verify the GA Family Civic League is a 501(c)(3)--ha ha! They have a better chance of finding Timmy O. at a Mensa meeting.
That's why it's called an alias. See?
To illustrate how well using an alias works to escape detection, let's imagine a registered 501(c)(3) that hasn't filed it's annual state mandated expenditure form since it was initiated in 2010 and it employs political operatives who admit so in open court and a political operative is even a Board Trustee!
Let's say a local newspaper prints an ad in which the ad buyer uses the alias- AFTER the subterfuge has been exposed ALONG WITH employment of political operatives and funding of political games with public money- CRIMES if proven- yet the paper STILL runs ads with the 'alias' and doesn't investigate the alleged IRS scam...
|credit: MSV- from IRS web site|
Well, that goes to show you how successfully you can evade taxes using a 501(c)(3) under an alias to DECEIVE the PUBLIC in HOBOKEN!
With the help of the Fourth Estate.
Oh, wait a minute... only SOME people get away with (alleged) crimes like tax-evasion- possibly fraud and money-laundering- while having the general public finance their political hijinks... that's what SOME people in Hoboken can get away with.
OTHER people get pilloried in the press and online for a traffic ticket.
It all depends on WHO you are.
Maybe GA needs to rethink that 501(c)(3) scheme.
Somehow, I think I'm in the same 'league' as the guy getting the electric chair for an alleged illegal right turn on Washington Street.
|And don't let it happen again.|