The first citizens mentioned in the Constitution of September 17, 1787 are the members of Congress.  That Constitution requires Representatives in Article I Section 2 Clause 2 and Senators in Article I Section 3 Clause 3 to be Citizens of the United States.  A Representative must be a Citizen of the United States for 7 […]

On January1, 1945, the United States of America was still at war.  The Sixth Amendment, set out below, requires a date certain and one marking the beginning of a new year at war is particularly appropriate for a nation’s military courts: “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and […]

The judicial districts and divisions are comprised of the federal territory located within the counties, which comprise those districts and divisions.   Sections 81-131 represent four classes of territory: 48 States, 2 territories, one possession, Puerto Rico, and a District, the District of Columbia.  The three smallest  territorial classes conclusively establish that the territorial composition of […]

Boulder City, Nevada was built by the federal government to house the workers building what would be named Hoover Dam. To get an idea of the reach and force of proprietary power, do an Internet search of “Boulder”, the only federally planned and controlled city outside of Washington, D.C. To get an idea of how […]

Sections 81 through 131 are the names of 48 States, two territories, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.   The astute Student should notice that “Sections 81- 131” produce 51 Sections—one short.  Alaska, the territory on January1, 1945, is Section 81A. There are 52 Districts on January1, 1945 and there were 13 Districts on September […]

I get a lot of e-mails like this one:  “I have a few tax liens, even though I do not reside within the territories. Not sure how to get rid of them. I have read lots of your work through paycheck emails. I would love to pay you, but the State of California State Franchise […]

Title 28 Section 1865 (b) of the United States Code sets out the qualifications for a federal juror,  which  everyone seems to meet.  It appears that only someone in the district court determines whether you are qualified, but you can disqualify yourself. 28 United States Code Section 1865 (b): In making such determination the chief […]

For many years, I have recommended to beginning Law Students that they watch the movie, “A Man For All Seasons,” which won six Academy Awards, including Best Picture for 1966.  A good portion of the film is devoted to attempts to get Sir Thomas More to sign an oath recognizing the supremacy of the English […]

Very little in the Constitution of September 17, 1787 is clearly spelled out, but when the intent of the Framers to deceive all who read that document without expert guidance is understood, there is no ambiguity in it at all.  The Constitution of September 17, 1787 creates a collapsible government for the territory owned by […]

CHANGING THE GOVERNMENT

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Why does the government have to be changed?  Everybody thinks the Constitution of September 17, 1787 controls all the governments in all the United States of America.  The truth is that Constitution has not been adopted by a President and a Congress. Someone has to know to know and tell the truth, so corruption will […]

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