"I don't[sic] want federal income tax taken[sic] out of[sic] my paycheck?"
Join the crowd. However, if you make more than a minimal amount, your employer is required by law to withhold taxes from your paycheck.
"Is there anyway I can stop them from taking federal income tax out of my paycheck?"
"I found that there is no law for it require to pay income tax."
What you have been reading is tax protester nonsense. Go to http://docs.law.gwu.edu/facweb/jsiegel/Personal/taxes/IncomeTax.htm and http://evans-legal.com/dan/tpfaq.html to see why those tax protester arguments are bogus.
"Is there any way I can tell my job not to let them take tax out of my money?"
No. At least not legally.
"Ive been learn alot there is no law for income tax."
Everything that you have "learned" about income tax before you posted this question is obviously wrong.
Here is reality. If you follow the "there is no law" route, you may not get bothered for a couple of years but eventually, the IRS will assess back taxes on you. Then there will be penalties and interest attached. Additionally, if you mention any arguments that the IRS has identified as frivolous, the IRS can assess an additional $5,000 frivolous filing fee for each year. So, here is the real question, do you want to eventually end up paying as much as two or three times as much as you would have or do you want to just pay the taxes you owe now?