At a campaign appearance in Beaverton, Oregon, on May 9, 2008, Obama said, “It is just wonderful to be back in Oregon. And over the last 15 months we’ve traveled to every corner of the United States. I’ve now been in 57 states; I think one left to go.”  The 50 States of the United […]

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” […]

So Barack Hussein Obama knows what it feels like to be followed in a department store simply because he was a minority black man, well I’ve had that same minority feeling and I would gladly trade it for the really awful feeling that I’m being followed and being profiled to be a U.S. taxpayer by […]

In old movies and usually under the English common law the hero was never the aggressor.  The good guy would never throw the first punch or take the first shot. In old movies and usually under the English common law parents were required to raise their boys to be gentlemen.  Christians turned the other cheek. […]

The Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 may be the third of four Organic Laws of the United States of America, however, it may be as important as it is obscure, because in its Article 4 it describes what is the United States and why citizens and residents of those United States will in the […]

Every day can be your independence day if you learn how George Washington became America’s second dictator after King George III, the intended recipient of the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776.  Once learned that information can be used to put any government employee in his place.            The next time you are pressured […]

George Washington became America’s second dictator after King George III, when he recast himself in the imperial mold by becoming the first American President, who was both the head of a Nation/State, the United States of America and the head of the government, the United States, which administered everything the United States of America owned. […]

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 […]

George Washington became President of the United States of America, on April 6, 1789, as soon as the Electoral votes were counted in a joint session of Congress.  Then Washington on April 30, 1789 took this oral oath: “I, George Washington, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the […]

Washington, D.C., December 24, 1872. According to an act of Congress of that date, 27 Stat 401, assessments of all federal taxes, which were heretofore made by persons in the Offices of Assessor and Assistant Assessor, would, by July 1, 1873, be performed by the Collectors of Internal Revenue or their deputies and the offices […]

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