Here’s what you do – OPTION 1, the wiser choice. Sacrifice what you would rather do, for the extremely valuable knowledge and opportunity to defend your freedom by serving on a jury. Show up, casually act like a dumb, unthinking, unquestioning person with no opinions, and say you will apply the law as told to… Continue reading Summoned for jury duty?
So, it’s ok when bullies make all kinds of videos about me and when I flag them they tell me that they will not take them down but when I share a video that I agree with that I didn’t even create and is even still available to watch elsewhere on YouTube it gets taken… Continue reading Exercising my right to self-expression successfully online
I am so happy that an attorney has decided to give me free “legal” advice, so I am giving him a little bit of my “non-legal” advice back. Let me know what you think in the comment section of my most recent response down at the bottom here, lol. He also LOVES to steal my… Continue reading My email conversation with an attorney
This guy claims to be an attorney but he falls right into every trap I set for him. Maybe he is just not very good at his job. I am posting a screenshot of this thread because I just know this guy will want to delete a bunch of these comments and this screenshot makes… Continue reading YouTube Comment Section Treasures
“The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a natural individual entitled to relief is entitled to free access to its judicial tribunals and public offices in every State in the Union (2 Black 620, see also Crandell v. Nevada, 6 Wall 35). Plaintiff should not be charged fees, or costs for the lawful and constitutional… Continue reading You don’t have to pay to play
Human beings only have two ways to deal with one another: reason and force. If you want me to do something for you, you have a choice of either convincing me via argument, or force me to do your bidding under threat of force. Every human interaction falls into one of those two categories, without… Continue reading The Gun Is Civilization
State v. R.E. Wilson (Mont.Supm unpub 12/3/98). Appellant argued that his convictions, for driving without a license or insurance or registration, was invalid solely because the court papers identified him as “Richard E. Wilson,” whereas he claimed his actual name is “Richard Earl., of Wilson” (period after Earl and no capital for Wilson), consisting of… Continue reading What’s In A Name?
Can anyone tell me what a “law” is? Is it something that is written by legislatures? Is it something written by lawyers? Or, are laws written by God? Or are “laws” even written down at all? Which “law” book would you find the “law of gravity” in? A “law” does not need to be written… Continue reading What is a law?
Allow me to reveal to you something that I find rather interesting about the constitution. Stay with me here for a bit I promise it will be worth it. Have you heard of Noah Webster? (Note: There is a lot of confusion between Noah and Daniel Webster, but there was no relationship between them. Daniel… Continue reading Redefining words to steal your freedom
I am not a “United States citizen.” I am not a “resident of,” an “inhabitant of,” a “franchise of,” a “subject of,” a “ward of,” the “property of,” the “chattel of,” or “subject to the jurisdiction of” any “monarch” or any corporate “commonwealth,” “federal,” “state,” “territory,” “county,” “council,” “city,” “municipal body politic,” or other “government”… Continue reading I declare;