IRS ScandalSherry Peel Jackson is a courageous woman. Her stand against her former employer, The Internal Revenue Service, landed her in federal prison for three years. Now that she is out she is even more determined to help conscious Americans renew their minds and control their own futures. In the video you are about to watch she will reveal a variety of concerns about her former employer such as illegal levies, illegal taxation, questionable enforcement policies, The Grace Commission findings, The Federal Reserve and Mr. Bill Conklin. This video is 16 minutes long but everyone in America needs to see this.




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I can personally attest to some of the things Sherry mentions in her video. Anyone who has been audited can, but we will save those war stories for another day.

I’d like to touch briefly upon a couple of things Sherry Peel Jackson mentions in the video. Let’s talk about The Grace Commission of 1984. Sherry mentioned that this commission determined that none of the income tax collected was vital to the functioning of our government. Is this true? Absolutely. Check out what Wikipedia has to say about The Grace Commission Report:

The Private Sector Survey on Cost Control (PSSCC), commonly referred to as The Grace Commission, was an investigation requested by United States President Ronald Reagan, in 1982. The focus of it was waste and inefficiency in the US Federal government. Its head, businessman J. Peter Grace,[1] asked the members of that commission to “be bold” and “work like tireless bloodhounds. Don’t leave any stone unturned in your search to root out inefficiency.”[2]

The report

The Grace Commission Report[3] was presented to Congress in January 1984. The report claimed that if its recommendations were followed, $424 billion could be saved in three years, rising to $1.9 trillion per year by the year 2000. It estimated that the national debt, without these reforms, would rise to $13 trillion by the year 2000, while with the reforms they projected it would rise to only $2.5 trillion.[4] Congress ignored the commission’s report. The debt reached $5.8 trillion in the year 2000.[5][6] The national debt reached 13 trillion after the subprime mortgage-collateralized debt obligation crisis in 2008.

The report said that one-third of all income taxes are consumed by waste and inefficiency in the federal government, and another one-third escapes collection owing to the underground economy. “With two thirds of everyone’s personal income taxes wasted or not collected, 100 percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the federal debt and by federal government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services [that] taxpayers expect from their government.”[4]

Sherry Peel Jackson also mentioned the ties between Rockefeller and a couple of major media outlets. Here is a really good video on the ties between the media and The Federal Reserve.




What is the most obvious way that Americans could hurt The Federal Reserve and the IRS? It would be through the abolishing of the IRS, thus cutting off the revenue generating arm of the Fed. Ted Cruz wants to do just that. There is an obvious question of his eligibility to run for the nation’s highest office, but has anyone else noticed something peculiar?

A media that does not even bother to question Obama’s eligibility is already talking about the eligibility of Ted Cruz and it’s not just the liberal media. It’s Fox News. Could Sherry Peel Jackson be correct? Does the Federal Reserve control the media to the point that they even control Fox News? I believe they do, but that is just one man’s opinion. It is strange that Cruz is an issue and Obama never was. And let’s not forget about Ron Paul who is one of the few candidates who has ever had the guts to confront the Fed. You see where that landed him. Not just the media but his own political party turned against him.

Sherry Peel Jackson mentioned a man named Bill Conklin and his $50,000 challenge which, to this day, has never been collected. I found one story of a man who sued him because he felt he had won Bill’s challenge but the man lost in court.

I need you to understand that THINGS REALLY ARE THIS CORRUPT and if you try to do what Jackson and Conklin have done you are risking being sent to prison.

That said, unless we have more that are willing to stand up and fight like them, then the government will continue to throw the small minority of dissenters into jail cells all over the country. We must get loud enough that they simply don’t have room for all of us.

I leave you with the legendary Bill Conklin, who is a magnet for controversy but he knows his stuff.

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Sherry Peel Jackson has a blog that you can follow if you would like to learn more about the IRS and the Federal Reserve. Visit