Affidavit of Rescission

Referenced in the book, this affidavit is to rescind your signature and contracts with the federal US.

Affidavit of Rescission


Certified Mail Number: __________________________________________

Date: __________________________________________

John Q. Doe
c/o general delivery
Marin County
San Rafael, California Republic
united States of America
zip code exempt (DMM 122.32)

)        Subscribed, Sworn and Sealed
MARIN COUNTY                            )


I, State Citizen John Q. Doe, being a free Sovereign adult, natural born in Massachusetts, living and working as a State Citizen domiciled in the California Republic since 1952 and I, as such status, hereby make this Special Appearance, by Affidavit, in Propria Persona, proceeding Sui Juris, At Law, in Common Law, with Assistance, Special, neither conferring nor consenting to any foreign jurisdiction, except to the judicial power of California and/or America, and as such I willfully enforce all Constitutional limitations respectively on all government agencies when dealing with them.  Wherefore, the undersigned Affiant, named herein and above, upon affirmation declares and evidences the following: Continue reading “Affidavit of Rescission”

Finding of Facts and Conclusion of Law

Joe Friday had it right.
Joe Friday had it right.

Does anyone know what “Finding of Facts and Conclusion of Law” means? Why is it important? What is the difference between a fact, conclusion, or an opinion? Differentiating between the three is a very powerful skill to acquire and build. With that being said:

Here is what comes up when you type in “fact” to Google.

Google result for "fact".
Google result for “fact”.

In “law”, I learned that a “fact” is simply agreement of the parties. It is essentially something that is measurable, verifiable, and indisputable. It does not need anyone to “believe” in it because it simply exists and no evidence is needed because it is self-evident. For example, we know it is a fact that day will come after night.

Google result for "conclusion".
Google result for “conclusion”.

A conclusion is a “judgement or decision”, and is subjective and non-factual. It is not based in fact, but may be based on the weight of the facts in evidence. The key is to have the correct facts in evidence.

Google result for "opinion".
Google result for “opinion”.

After learning that an opinion is not necessarily based in fact or knowledge, isn’t it funny that judges render an “opinion”?

Subjective or Objective?

Subjective information is one person’s opinion. In a newspaper, the editorial section is the place for subjectivity. It can be based on fact, but it is one person’s interpretation of that fact. In this way, subjective information is also analytical.

Student research papers are usually subjective, in that the writer formulates a thesis statement and uses sources that support that thesis. Bear in mind that there is usually another equally valid viewpoint that can be supported with other sources.

Objective information reviews many points of view. It is intended to be unbiased. News reporters are supposed to be objective and report the facts of an event. Encyclopedias and other reference materials provide objective information.

When it comes to writing an affidavit , or even just crafting an argument, you have to be highly aware of the difference between an objective and a subjective argument. The different nature of each is important to understand because you will need to be able to identify when it is proper to use one or the other.

Generally speaking, it comes down to the difference between fact (objective) and opinion (subjective). Objective information has the ability to be counted or described. Subjective information on the other hand can consist of statements of judgment, assumption, belief, suspicion, or rumor. Continue reading “Finding of Facts and Conclusion of Law”