How State Constitutions Are Written to Fool People

Many people depend on their state Constitutions for protection against government overreach. People misperceive that something in their state constitution grants their state governments authority over said people. However, once people learn to differentiate between people and person and people and persons, it becomes much easier to tell which part of the constitution may apply to him/her/them and which applies to other persons.

Leaders Among Us

We never know from where they will come or how they become what they are. Sometimes it just starts out as someone doing something to help another and it grows from there. The someone who gets help from the someone who provided it, tells someone else who needs help, and before long, the someone who provided help is looked upon as a leader.

Persons Are People Less Than They Are Not

Governments have always sought ways to control the people and find ways to generate revenue. People who do not take the time to educate themselves in law are slumbering on their rights and the law does not protect the ignorant. In these united states. people are sovereign above government. As such, nothing can be written into any statute, code or even a constitution that would limit the authority of people. So when people are conducting their research in law, they have to become adept at knowing the difference in a people and a person.

How The IRS Wins in Tax Court and How to Beat It

Lately I have received questions how it is that Willie Nelson lost most of his property and Wesley Snipes was sentenced to three years in jail or Irwin Schiff was sentenced to 13 years in prison from charges relating to income tax. I have repeatedly held that it is because people who are brought into tax court do not challenge jurisdiction in by filing a counterclaim in a court of record and have thought that should be enough information to satisfy the questioner.

When are statutes useful in common law

As many of you now know, there are no statutes in common law, which is why government does not prefer common law. It makes it much more difficult to control people. Free people live under common law. They are sovereigns and cannot be told what to do by anyone. They are not held accountable for anything they do until such time as they injure another.

But there are times when statutes can be used in a sovereign plaintiffs court of record.

KC Massey versus the United States, Inc.

As many of you may know, KC Massey made the news when he was arrested on the Texas border with Mexico protecting the border from the intrusion of criminal immigrants. While he was there with a team of loyal Americans doing this job all day everyday rather than being with his family and working his business, he was harassed by federal border patrol agents and arrested under a very feeble stretch by the feds who claimed that he was a "felon" with a gun and since the gun had been manufactured outside of Texas, the Untied States, Inc. had jurisdiction in the matter and arrested KC Massey.

Don't Lose Your House to Foreclosure

Lately I have been inspecting houses for insurance claims that have been foreclosed on and it is very saddening.

These are not just houses, they were someone's home. People were raising their families there. One house I saw recently had one of the bedrooms painted and decorated with the Cars movie theme including a bed modeled after the Lightning McQueen character. There were also many toys left in the room.

The Wrong Way to Assert Your Rights

My wife told me about a news article she read about the means that some younger Americans have been asserting their rights. According to the news article, there has been a ration of people in their late 20' and early 30's who have been challenging police officers during traffic stops even though they have their families with them. According to the news article, they have been "egging on" the officers. They tell the officers that they do not have to do anything the officers tell them. This is not how to challenge jurisdiction!

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