The term “United States” may be used in any one of several senses. It may be merely the name of a sovereign occupying the position analogous to that of other sovereigns in the family of nations. It may designate the territory over which the sovereignty of the United States extends, or it may be the collective name of the states which are united by and under the Constitution. [Footnote 6]
 See Langdell, “The Status of our New Territories,” 12 Harv.L.Rev. 365, 371; see also Thayer, “Our New Possessions,” 12 Harv.L.Rev. 464; Thayer, “The Insular Tariff Cases in the Supreme Court,” 15 Harv.L.Rev. 164; Littlefield, “The Insular Cases,” 15 Harv.L.Rev. 169, 281
Corey recounts his, and others’, experience last Wednesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Highlights, or low points, include the court refusing to acknowledge that every agency they claim is state or local is actually a federal agency as evidenced by their FEIN or federal employee identification number, the court citing California Constitution of 1849, which stipulates that as a federal official or federal employee, they are forbidden to have a state government position. Judicial notice is demanded by Corey regarding 9307(h) commercial code (that states the United States is located in the District of Columbia) and the commissioner says she is not taking notice…. this despite the Evidence Code that states the court must take notice of all statutes and codes. True name is unknown on charging docs is converted to a 14th amendment citizen on the fly. Commissioners Gast and Omens run a star chamber proceeding and conspire with the city attorney to declare Corey claims his true name is the first and last name on the charging document, and that because he refuses to agree to their definition of “counsel” that he is incompetent and must be represented by a public defender. Corey challenges the public defender with the court’s own rules regarding his requirement to make a pleading, when he has no counsel. Among other questions, the public defender asks Corey if he is mentally ill. The outward intimidation by the county sheriffs deputies in the court house of Corey, his supporters and other attendees in the court room is reviewed as evidence of how rouge this court is. The support for Corey at the court house physically, and donations sent since last episode are celebrated and thanked. Read more ›
Corey visits Burbank, California to attend a Bill Clinton speaking event for Hillary campaign, and signs up as media to film, but does not follow the rules. Later, Corey’s PT Cruiser is towed by Burbank PD. Corey engages Burbank PD to establish a tow hearing for the following week, and acknowledges he should have Uber’d in to the event. Burbank refuses to comply with public records request act by denying Corey to view documentation at the police station. The Clinton Foundation is reviewed via Chris Ortel’s coverage, and the new revelation from Billy himself that he made a mistake by allowing the Foundation to take $500m from Algeria while his wife was Secretary of State. The new(?) US flag with a thin blue line through the middle that the CHP is displaying during “riot control” at a California Trump event is discussed. The water shortage crisis in California is manufactured by government agencies and in a good turn the largest fine to a water district is rescinded and 1914 laws are cited. The Jamar Clark shooting death by police officer in Minneapolis is briefly reviewed through lens of civil v criminal charges.
Yes, Article IV citizenship could open up Blue Ocean Markets, too! Rushkoff’s ideas on value for value, and disruptive economic networks and distribution are not mistaken for communism, by Corey or Todd, as one of the world’s ten most influential thinkers by MIT asserts. His pizzeria expansion idea is a good one and asks what the “Role of the bank is on the ground.” Low risk, high reward award episode 082: @J_FrederickHall documents man impersonating police chief in Lincoln, Nebraska through public records act for oaths of office for the newly appointed chief as publicized by the city. Corey’s diversity of citizenship case marches on! Three attorneys claiming to represent the People of the State of California filed an Objection to the motion to compel discovery about oaths of office and equipment used in the seizure of Corey’s property. For which citizen is a state’s presumption not rebuttable? A federal US
citizen California resident that identifies oneself as such, that’s who. Corey explores the strategy of a demur filing in addition to a refutation of the objection. Do the People of California these attorneys represent, really not have access to the information Corey requested? Governor’s org chart says they do. Trans rocker burns her birth certificate at a North Carolina concert. Corey’s thank you video for the first Compass Club member is played. Justice Clarence Thomas’ commencement address at Hillsdale College is reviewed and portions of his admonishments are reviewed through lens of Article IV state citizens. Ryno the Bearded’s Double 0 Show is plugged for its killer sounds, and the outro song was heard there first and challenges listeners to rise up and ask, “What is your strategy to make a difference?” Read more ›
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