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An Exceptional Nation


The United States of America is the single most extraordinary nation seen on this earth in the last 2,000 years.  A high school student reportedly created the 4-minute video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkmxG5Ta3N0.  That video offers some evidence of this Nation’s unique and unparalled history.  We are truly “exceptional” and we not only deserve to survive based on our extroadinary spiritual foundation and history, we have a duty to ourselves and even our Father YHWH Elohiym to ensure that survival–even if we must take up arms against our purported “government” to do so.

The United States of America will not be destroyed by a handful of globalists, collectivists and treasonous whores masquerading as congressmen, senators, presidents and bureaucrats.  I say and I pray, may our Father YHWH Elohiym DAMN the “private company” established in A.D. 1787 (two years before The Constitution of the United States was rafitied by conventions of the People) and called “Government of the United States”  as described as http://www.manta.com/company/mmg5dxg.

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Pre-trial Hearing Transcript


I know from personal experience that whenever anyone writes, he has an opportunity to think, consider, write, consider again, edit, and delete whatever comments he deems imprudent or rewrite to conceal that which he doesn’t want exposed.   That which is written is always drafted with the audience in mind.  How much do I want to tell them?  How much do I want to conceal?

On the other hand, oral statements–especially when the speaker is under stress–are far less guarded, far less “edited,” and potentially much more revealing.

Thus, whenever you read a law book or even case law, you read a “sanitized” description of the law drafted by someone who is normally very astute as to what should and should not be revealed.  But when you read trial transcripts, you can see the “real” law in its most unguarded, raw and sometimes brutal majesty.  The difference between the case law written by judges and the transcripts of the trial are much like the differences between a biology book’s dry description of a feline’s digestive process and actually watching feeding time at the lion cage at the zoo.

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Posted by on August 12, 2009 in Administrative Law, Transcripts

 

18 USC 1001 False Statements & Fraud


It’s not simply true that you can’t lie to the “Government,” it’s also true that at least the executive branch of our “Government” can’t lie to us–IF we ask questions.  See, 090810 18 USC 1001 FALSE STATEMENTS

 
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Posted by on August 10, 2009 in Lies, Notice

 

Price Deflation vs. Monetary Inflation


In a recent article entitled “Hyperinflation or Deflation,” economist and author Puru Saxena wrote:

“At present, the investment community is divided as to whether the world economy faces hyperinflation or deflation. Some observers are convinced that the central banks’ printing press will take the world towards hyperinflation whereas others believe that the ongoing contraction in American private-sector debt will result in outright deflation. So, what will the future bring?  It is my contention that we will get neither hyperinflation nor deflation.”  [Emphasis added.]

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Posted by on August 10, 2009 in Economy, Inflation/Deflation

 

“Without Prejudice”: Reserving your Rights under the UCC


For most of 20 years, I’ve watched pro se litigants, tax resistors and legal reformers “reserve their rights” by writing some variety of “without prejudice” under the UCC .  I don’t doubt that a few of those “reservations” may have worked, but no more than 1 or 2%.   I’d say that at least 98% (if not 99%; if not 100%) of those reservations of rights had no discernable effect on gov-co or the case at hand.

I recently received an email containing a report that not only claims that the UCC reservation-of-rights strategy now works, but that it works so well that it can achieve “diplomatic immunity”.  There’s a lot of good information in that report, but I’m very wary of the fundamental conclusion.

In fact, after I read and analyzed the report, I understood for the first time why “reservaton of rights” strategies are largely irrelevant.  More, based on this understanding, I then realized that the fundamental issue is not your rights, but rather your duties.  In essence, you can reserve your rights all day and it will have no effect on your duties.

The email and my analysis are a fairly long read.  But if you’ll make the effort, I think you’ll see some new and hopefully valuable insights.  Click here to download the PDF file:  090806 UCC Remedy

 
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Posted by on August 9, 2009 in Rights, UCC

 

28 USC 3002 Federal Debt Collection Definitions


Everyone needs a hobby–something you do for relaxation or amusement after you’ve done your work.  That’s why–after a week of 40 or 50 hours of reading and wrting and trying to make sense of the U.S. legal system–I like to spend my weekends reading, writing and trying to make sense of the U.S. legal system.

So here’s a section of the United States Code that I read and commented on today.  It’s presented as a PDF file.  Just click and download: 28 USC 3002 Federal Debt Collection Definitions