When you go in the courts they always say they are operating under a statute jurisdiction. The Black’s Law Dictionary 4th edition says a statute is a bond or obligation of record. That’s what all the criminal statutes are……..bonds or obligation of record. The way the bond works is that a monetary value is placed… Continue reading From War Bonds to Prison Bonds
The Roman Empire used licenses to establish sovereign authority over her conquered subjects. Rome generously declared that her subjects could worship any god they chose and in any manner they chose. All these privileges were available with one minor requirement – they must first obtain a license from the Roman government. [Persecution in the Early… Continue reading The old empire is the new empire.
The Supreme Court held in Grannis v. Ordean (1914) 234 US 385 at 395, that “even in names, due process of law does not require ideal accuracy. In the spelling and pronunciation of proper names there are no generally accepted standards, and the well-established doctrine of idem sonans…is recognition of this.” In that case, a… Continue reading The Name Game
When they try to call you an “operator”… I am sure that we have all heard the phrase: “Owned and OPERATED by…” which clearly would be in reference to a commercial venture. The foregoing court citation clearly shows that the “operator’s license” permits engagement in commercial activity. “Section 1. (b) The word “operator” shall include… Continue reading Owned and Operated By:
Coming to you from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Office of Staff Attorneys; it is none other than the Section 1983 Outline. Very interesting reading especially in these days where most of the “good stuff” is either scrubbed or not searchable. Share freely! Here is the link to download.
Let’s remember the 20th anniversary of 9/11 by looking into one of today’s topics less published about, but being talked about quite a bit. (If you see this article, be sure to share it because it is likely being suppressed.)__________________________________________________ By Steven Fishman I deferred this question to a friend of mine, Dr. Mylo Canderian,… Continue reading How long do the axinated have to live?
I am constantly getting the question: “I got arrested and now I have court in a week… what do I do???” Right away I want to say that the following strategy will NOT WORK for you if you have an actual victim or contractual obligation that require specific performance with government (like a driver’s licensing… Continue reading Beat Any Victimless Case in America
Some very interesting suppressed information is within this post. God never meant for us to put needles in our bodies. When vaccinations first were introduced the rate of diabetes skyrocketed 1800%! The chances of getting smallpox after receiving the vaccination is one in ten, but the odds of someone coming down with smallpox without ever… Continue reading The Poison Needle
Only the rare taxpayer would be likely to know that he could refuse to produce his records to Internal Revenue Service agents. U.S. v. Dickerson, 413 F2d 1111 A person cannot be forced to submit records for inspection. U.S.A. & Fred J. Rosauer v. Johanna; Van Poperin, U.S. District Court of Minn., 4th Div. 4-71… Continue reading 152 Tax Facts
Law1. It is not presumed that the common law is changed by passage of a statute which gives no indication that it proposes such a change. Atkins v. United States, 556 F.2d 1028 (1977) 2. And the Constitution itself is in every sense a law. Carter v. Carter Coal Co., 298 U.S. 140, 296 (1935)… Continue reading 10 Points About Law