If you, like me, are sick and tired of being treated just like another second class citizen of the United States, and you are going to use Article IV of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777 to get out of the citizenship trap you will need to know how to prove the Articles […]

There are three Constitutions and three Offices of President.  There is a Constitution for the United States of America and a President of the United States of America.  There is a Constitution of the United States and a President of the United States.  And last, there is a Constitution of the United States of America […]

There is no foreclosure process under the English common law, if a mortgage was not fully paid the title to the mortgaged property reverted to the mortgagee, the seller.  There is a foreclosure process.  So how is it possible to avoid a residential foreclosure using the English common law? In every State, but the State […]

The Senate of Section 101 of Title 1 General Provisions is one of the possible two Senates that could have been “a Senate” of “a Congress of the United States.”  The Senate in Section 101 of Title 1 is not bound by a written oath “to support this Constitution,” meaning a written Constitution.  He or […]

A student sent me a copy a letter he received from the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Taxation that had this caption. As a new Student, he is not aware of the many nuances of a State government based on the Constitution of the United States and government taxation system based on citizen employees and […]

The President of the United States looks like the head man, but the Constitution makes the President of the United States of America the one with the executive power.  That executive power is not derived from the Constitution of September 17, 1787 it comes from the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.  The Constitution […]

The delegates to the May 25, 1787 Constitutional Convention were able to concoct a Constitution within a Constitution with such skill that their work would continue to deceive for more than two centuries and do so with such finesse as to be hailed as the greatest document of its kind.   The Framers of the Constitution […]

Government doesn’t work because it had to be broken to even have a beginning.  George Washington did it, he broke it when he made an oral promise to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution of the United States.  The Constitution of the United States wasn’t a written plan intended to provide the solution to the […]

The State of California is an example of a modern political state, which was first devised by George Washington and the so-called Founding Fathers at the secret Constitutional Convention of 1787.  After the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776 and the success of the War for Independence, American politicians slowly realized that few Americans […]

The United States of America is always the plaintiff in all federal cases, because the United States of America, the Confederacy, is the only government and certainly the only entity that can sue the State of  Arizona. None of the States of the second Union are aware of what my Students learn within minutes of […]

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