Federal law simply defines “county” as the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States of America.  The States of the second Union, the United States, use the “county” to create a judicial system around an elected “District Attorney” and county court judges who will preside in the “criminal cases” […]

Proposition 8, which attempted to define marriage in California as a union between one man and one woman, died at the hands of one United States district court judge, whose territorial jurisdiction is limited to the federal territory in California.  Prop 8 died in part because the State of California Governor and Attorney General refused […]

The Office of the Los Angeles County Tax Assessor makes this bold claim on its website: “State law mandates that all property is subject to taxation unless otherwise exempted. Your property taxes support necessary services provided to the residents of Los Angeles County. These include law enforcement, fire protection, education, parks and recreation, and other […]

By now, this being very close to the 700th Post on this site, the reader should know the four Organic Laws of the United States of America:  the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 and the Constitution of September […]

I live in Torrance, California, which is in North America.  When the State of California was a State of the Estados Unidos Mexicanos it was a republic called Alta California, but the state it represented was still in North America. When Alta California ceased being a Mexican State, the government part of California, the State […]

  Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Ed. defines SOCIALISM this way, “Any theory or system of social organization which would abolish, entirely or in great part, the individual effort and competition on which modern society rests, and substitute for it co-operative action, would introduce a more perfect and equal distribution of the products of labor, and […]

  I got this e-mail from a Student.  My response appears below his e-mail:  “These questions may be too simple.  However, what meaning does the term BAR have in relation to an attorney or a lawyer?  What does it mean when someone says they have their BAR card?  There seems to be much confusion out […]

Brian Davis stands accused of writing a letter to the Physical Therapy Board of California manifesting symptoms of a mental illness.  The Accusation filed against Davis by Rebecca Marco alleges no other evidence of mental illness.  The sole use my Student’s writing to claim he has a diseased mind is a despicable act and a […]

One Rebecca Marco, Executive Officer of the Physical Therapy Board of California, Department of Consumer Affairs is accusing Advanced Student, Brian Davis, of being unfit to hold the Physical Therapy License he has held since 1989.  Marco claims Brian is unfit because he has written that he does not live in the State of California.  […]

Brian Davis, one of my Advanced Students, explained the meaning of Article III Section 1 of the State of California Constitution of 1879, to the State of California Physical Therapy Board, where he is licensed as a Physical Therapist.   For those readers who have not read all my Posts, this is Article III Section 1: […]

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