1974: Privacy Act Form

Privacy Act of 1974 Formal Notice of Title 5 U.S.C. 552 This “Privacy Notice” has been served on __________________________________________________: You are hereby being formally and put on notice and advised of the following facts of law as pertains to the “Social Security Number” and the “Privacy Act of 1974, Title 5 USC 552;” A judgement of $1,000.00, plus costs and attorney’s fees will be assessed against the individual, business, and/or government agency that denies an individual a right, service, benefit, or privilege for not providing a Social Security Number or other PIN (personal identification number) when the individual is not required to do so by law. A Social Security Number or other personal identification numbers (PIN such as driver’s license) is required to be used only for the following benefits: To receive public assistance benefits. To pay Social Security taxes. To receive Social Security benefits and refunds. An individual […] Read More

2010: Investigators: Obama uses Connecticut Soc. Sec. Number

Image via Wikipedia 3 experts insist White House answer new questions about documentation Posted: May 11, 2010 9:57 pm Eastern By Jerome R. Corsi © 2010 WorldNetDaily NEW YORK – Two private investigators working independently are asking why President Obama is using a Social Security number set aside for applicants in Connecticut while there is no record he ever had a mailing address in the state. In addition, the records indicate the number was issued between 1977 and 1979, yet Obama’s earliest employment reportedly was in 1975 at a Baskin-Robbins ice-cream shop in Oahu, Hawaii. WND has copies of affidavits filed separately in a presidential eligibility lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia by Ohio licensed private investigator Susan Daniels and Colorado private investigator John N. Sampson. The investigators believe Obama needs to explain why he is using a Social Security number reserved for Connecticut applicants that […] Read More

1990: COMMENT UPON VOLUNTARY NATURE OF SOCIAL SECURITY

    Today, everyday Americans are constantly confronted with greater and more frequent requests from all too many sources that they provide to the inquiring parties their “Number of the Beast,” the Social Security number (“SSN”). The examples of this modern-day phenomenon are numerous and known to all. Many States are now moving to ostensibly require the display of SSNs upon drivers’ licenses. Public school officials demand that school-age children obtain SSNs before those children may be enrolled in any public school. Hospitals seek to obtain SSNs for each child born in their facilities. Private parties of all kinds, from banks to employers, deem it essential that they obtain the SSN of everyone with whom they may conduct any business. With all these entities making these demands, surely “the law” must contain a requirement that everyone have the “Number of the Beast”[1]. Or, is it possible that everybody simply acts […] Read More