Corey and Todd return to the podcasting for first time since May 2017. Corey explains why his writ of mandamus to compel the Social Security Administration and CA DMV got docketed at the Supreme Court and why it also got dismissed. Read more ›
At the end of this episode, Corey and Todd share they are taking a hiatus from a weekly podcast for the summer and discuss getting more active off the air with researchists previously discussed.
Corey explains a recent FAA ruling on drone flights and how it illustrates Article IV citizenry. Corey and Todd touch on the Middle East and review Scott Horton’s assertion that Obama ushered in open market slave trading in Libya. Whose talking about it? What about all the deal making going on in Saudi Arabia? What is the real score in the Gulf region? Is there really enough energy trapped in ice in the Antartica to dwarf the rest of the world’s supply? Listener tries to fill a school board seat in Illinois and has a good idea on next steps when not appointed. Does TIME magazine have a short memory when it comes to US interference in Russian elections? Read more ›
Corey takes a much deserved break this week, and Todd promotes additional podcasts that open up the brain pan as well, including the No Agenda Show, the Scott Horton Show, and the American Underground Network weekly Talkshoe. Todd recaps last week’s episode and how important it is to re-listen to the details and history that is shared by special guest “JP”. Financial contributors are thanked, and the following letter from Bryan is read aloud, regarding episode #129, which is played back in its entirety for the rest of this week’s episode. Corey’s fabulous and detailed show notes are celebrated and the proposal that real tax reform begins in your living room is once again promoted by playing back episode #129. Read more ›
Todd is away this weekend, and Corey interviews a government employee of more than 30 years on the subject and implication of Supreme Court Decision Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. Co. This is one of the most information dense podcasts ever produced by Agenda31, and is the first modern look into the landmark case that identifies for tax purposes, an Art. IV citizen as a “non resident alien” with respect to the Federal Government and United States sourced income.
J.P. presents evidence that Frank Brushaber was born in the United States after the passage of the 14th Amendment, and could, if he opted, identify himself as a 14th Amendment U.S. citizen. Instead, Mr. Brushaber identified himself as an Art. IV state citizen.
Mr. Brushaber lost his case, however, an examination of this case, as detailed by JP, has incredible implications on widely held legal beliefs. The lessons from the Brushaber case are many, this is a podcast you will want to listen to several times, take notes, and have access to the references below. Read more ›
In the Morning! Today’s episode addresses “a guy writing a book”‘s assertion that Agenda 31’s goal “is to look like you know what you’re talking about, to an audience of conspiracy theorists, rather than actually figuring things out in the real world. That you’re looking for respect and admiration from a gullible crowd, along with a little bit of money.” Sometimes the show just writes itself…
If you miss today’s live cast, be sure to tune into the No Agenda Show live from 11am – 2pm CST where you can hear Curry and Dvorak deconstruct the latest efforts to start WWIII at http://www.NoAgendaStream.com. The latest A31 is played back after the No Agenda Show around 2pm CST on that stream. Read more ›
The Agenda31 podcast as a Youtube video is NOT advertiser friendly, according to the feedback Corey got after submitting it for monetization on the Google owned video website. Danielle DiMartino Booth‘s new book Fed Up: How the Federal Reserve is Bad For America is previewed and Group Stink at the NY Fed prior to the 2008-09 financial collapse is discussed. Corey wonders if Booth addresses US Notes versus Federal Reserve Notes that were set up to act as competing currencies, via non-elastic currency (US Notes) vs elastic currency (FRNs). Elevator speech by Jason Fried, tough to explain the complexity of US Citizenship… listener comments on Corey’s video effort to explain the differences between Article IV and US Citizenship and how the video and messaging can be improved. Corey discusses ways illegals get DL’s and id’s in CA with fake SSN’s and without SSN’s… and Corey plays clip of Obama care architect stating, “lack of transparency is a huge political advantage…call it the stupidity of the American voter” as an example of the way government does “everything.” Todd recounts the 1999 Guidebook Against the Pro-Se Litigant and how it is illustrative of how government and the courts especially view the citizen-slaves who dare question the court’s authority when it comes to the people asserting their rights are secured. Bob Schulz’s historic efforts in 2001 are recounted by Todd along with former Congressman Roscoe Bartlett’s assistance to ensure that government was obligated to answer petitions for redress of grievance, which inspired the film by Aaron Russo “Freedom to Fascism”. Read more ›