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Train-of-Thought

Train-of-Thought #89 #89

Annotated Penal Code - Texas Annotated Penal Code - Texas

Jason I have not given up on you Jason I have not given up on you...

Louis on credit

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Letter to Student

HOW TO MASTER POWER, MONEY, AND LOVE  HOW TO MASTER POWER, MONEY, AND LOVE

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La Amistad - Slave Ship AMERICA  La Amistad & Slave Ship AMERICA

On Social Security

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Know who u r, where u r, and what the spawn of satan r presuming about u

Special on Admiralty

Here is a book that has gone out of copyright and preserved by Google books. Admiralty is our door to our common law remedy. [Now we do not care about ships that crash into each other or owners who do not pay their grocery bill.]

The really good stuff starts with the rules with which we can totally destroy the spawn of satan who move against us.

Go ahead and jump down to PDF page 414 on which is book page 399 and start with rule Section 189 through 209.

As you read these rules, just like Al said, you will have major revelations about how the de factoes have been deceiving us.

Happy reading. L -o-

Handbook Of Admiralty Law, by Hughes  Handbook Of Admiralty Law, by Hughes

Here is something I have become aware of:
If the proceeding is in personam and no remedy is sought against the vessel herself, the case is not within the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal courts, but courts administering common_law remedies have concurrent jurisdiction under the saving clause.[FN5] The saving to suitors clause also extends jurisdiction of the common_law courts to actions in personam which involve an attachment or sequestration of a vessel or other property.[FN6]

THIS IS WHERE THE CAPITAL NAME COMES IN -- IT IS THE VESSEL!
* A full library of information on Admiralty may be found here

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Presentation Transcripts

Ken Evans Video Presentation - Copyright Your NAME  Ken Evans Video Presentation - Copyright Your NAME

Meet Your Strawman!

Freedom - The NAME Game

Signature Without Liability Primer  Signature Without Liability Primer

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Forwarded Thoughts

email on gun control

On Oath of Office  On Oath of Office

Disscussion on money and  Guaranty Trust Co. v. Henwood

Disscussion on House Joint Resolution 192  and its legal effect

Concerning Marriage License

Federal Land grab and The Bounty  Federal Land grab and "The Bounty"

Lewis Mohr comments on Jean Keating comments on  Jean Keating

Fine work on the issue of a "this state" / "THE STATE OF TEXAS" DRIVER LICENSE

Indiana City Threatens Fines for Challenging Traffic Tickets

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"The right of traveling pre dates the constitution and the corporate charter by 6 years in the Articles of Confederation Article 4, and reaffirmed in the NorthWest Ordinance of 1787 in Article 4. The Articles and the Ordinance remain in full force and effect.
See United States v. Guest, 383 US 745United States v. Guest, 383 US 745
There ain´t no specific constitutional right of freely traveling the land save for the Commerce Clause prohibiting impediments to commerce. All of our rights of traveling pre-date the constitution. You put in for mandatory judicial notice the Articles and the Ordinance and the Commerce Clause and the Guest case and the driver license issue goes to the issue of how much money and time the commercial agents of this state want to spent dealing with the only issue they cannot overcome. All of us got a computer and a printer, and paper is still cheap. Take each DL case to the US Supreme Court, stopping at every court in the upline on the way, and the state will go broke a little faster. Go have some fun!"

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Comments on Philip J. Berg, Esquire, the Attorney who filed suit against Barack H. Obama challenging Senator Obama´s lack of qualifications
to serve as President of the United States.

Comments on  USA v. Seth Sundberg

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On Credit

To the Principals and creators of discharging instruments To the Principals and creators of  discharging instruments

Guaranty v Henwood, 307 US 247 -- annotated, debt made dischargeable debt made dischargeable - see    Guaranty v. Henwood,     307 US 247 -- annotated

Negotiable instruments must say 'payable to order or to bearer'  Negotiable instruments must say,     payable to order or to bearer

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Miscellaneous

...right out of the Georgetown Law Review  How Jewish Law Became English Law  How Jewish Law Became English Law     complete

Maritime Law

Maxims Of Law

The Articles of Confederation

American Patriot and First President of the United States John Hanson

THE STATE OF TEXAS  THE STATE OF TEXAS

Texas Rules of Civil Procedure

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Wesley-David: family of Bowden items

 Declaration of Rights

 Petition and challenge to jurisdiction

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Interesting Cites

 The Supreme Court has no jurisdiction over one who is not a member of the bar, and who is practicing law, to punish him or it for contempt, except for some act which affects or interferes with the functioning of such court. State ex rel. Indianapolis Bar Ass´n v. Fletcher Trust Co. 211 Ind. 27, 5 N.E.2d 538 (1937)

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Government officials in general, and police officers in particular, may not exercise their authority for personal motives, particularly in response to real or perceived slights to their dignity. Surely, anyone who takes an oath of office knows - or should know - that much. McCurdy v Montgomery County, Ohio, 240 F3d 512 (6th Cir. 2001)

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The application of the Texas statute to detain appellant and require him to identify himself violated the Fourth Amendment   Brown v. Texas, 443 U.S. 47 Brown v. Texas, 443 U.S. 47

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A person who is a citizen of the United States is necessarily a citizen of the particular state in which he resides. But a person may be a citizen of a particular state and not a citizen of the United States. To hold otherwise would be to deny to the state the highest exercise of its sovereignty,-the right to declare who are its citizens. The sovereignty of the citizens of a republic has its highest assertion in representative government, and is constituted in its political order in the representation of persons, and not of classes or of interests.
State v. Fowler STATE ex rel. LECHE v. Fowler, 41 La.Ann. 380, 6 So. 602, La. 1889

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Unless the defendant can establish that he is not a citizen of the United States, the IRS possesses authority to attempt to determine his federal tax liability...
UNITED STATES v. SLATER UNITED STATES v. SLATER,   545 F.Supp. 179, 50 A.F.T.R.2d 82-5353, 82-2 USTC P 9571

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State ex rel. McNamee v. Stobie State ex rel. McNamee v. Stobie,     194 Mo. 14, 92 S.W. 191, Mo. 1906.

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Employee to whom government is paving disability compensation held employee of government, disqualified as juror.
UNITED STATES v. GRIFFITH UNITED STATES v. GRIFFITH et aI., 2F.2d 925 (1924)

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The rule in America is that the American people are the sovereigns, and in them is lodged all power, and the agencies of government possess no authority save that which is delegated to them by the people in the written compact entered into between the people, which is styled the Constitution, and the laws adopted by the representatives of the people in the Legislature assembled, consistent therewith...
Kemper v. State Kemper v. State,     63 Tex.Crim. 1, 138 S.W. 1025, Tex.Crim.App. 1911.

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The Court will not pass upon the constitutionality of a statute
at the instance of one who has availed himself of its benefits.

Great Falls Mfg. Co. v. Attorney General, 124 U.S. 581, 8 S.Ct. 631
Wall v. Parrot Silver & Copper Co., 244 U.S. 407, 411, 412 S., 37 S.Ct. 609; St.
Louis Malleable Casting Co. v. Prendergast Construction Co., 260 U.S. 469, 43 S.Ct. 178

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ASHWANDER v. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY  ASHWANDER v. TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY   , 297 U.S. 288 (1936) - annotated
For study: The Ashwander Rules
the case Ashwander v. Tennessee Valley Auth.,   297 U.S. 288 (1936)

For study: Padelford, Fay & Co. v. Mayor and Aldermen of City of Savannah

Law (annotated)

Texas Code Of Criminal Procedure, Art. 15.01

The labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce. The labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce.
See Title 15 U.S.C. Section 17

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