- The founding lawyers signed the CONstitution as witnesses, not as signatories.
- The non-consensual, violent nature of the CONstitution.
- Examining the CONcept/legal-fiction of “natural rights.”
- “Those who attack the rationale of the game, and not the players, are its most formidable adversaries.” – James J. Martin
- If any individual acted in the same manner as those calling themselves “government,” would they be considered a criminal?
- A summons is not an invitation; its a coercive order.
- Recent call with the IRS where they are once again questioned on their “good faith” when asked “what evidence can you produce to prove the CONstitution, and its subsequent laws, apply?”
CIASecret Service agent commits suicide, allegedly.
- Asking for evidence to prove an assertion is not “arguing semantics.”
- #overwhelmthesystem with non-compliance.
- International outreach to bureaucrats in other so-called countries/jurisdictions.
- How to confront bureaucrats, on video, on their lack of evidence to prove their constitutions and codes apply to their victims.
- Nathan from AZ: is the CONstitution a contract? <> The Law of Nations <> and achieving personal freedom by use of [coercive] national law or natural rights.
- Al from CA: used the motion to dismiss in a recent traffic hearing <> explaining the circular logic of “the law applies because the law applies” <> and its a kangaroo court because the court is not allowing challenge of evidence of jurisdiction.
- Bradley from England: update on a recent AiLL challenging 1) evidence of jurisdiction, 2) a valid cause of action, 3) the conflict of interest between to the STATE judge and STATE prosecutor, 4) an injured party/adversary, 5) qualification to give legal opinions/[determinations] <> the prosecutor did not know what corpus delecti is <> told the prosecutor to “shut-up” without generating a contempt of court charge <> avoiding penalty fares on Brittish rail trains <> and how does Marc’s approach of questioning the evidence make for favorable conditions for case dismissals and voluntaryism.
- Fabrice from England: what’s the difference between the authority of the crown versus the authority of the church <> good behavior by incentive versus violent force <> helping others as a McKenzie friend in UK courts <> utilizing the “charm offensive” <> and publicizing constructive and valuable court activism.
- Patriot Wonder from FL: in defense of Ron Paul’s statement on Lysander Spooner.