Search:

Type: Posts; User: shaberon; Keyword(s):

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Hmm. So, we probably couldn't ask an assessor about un-taxed private properties. If you recorded the property in the first place--you just asked to use some government services, and surrendered your...
  2. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    That sounds like the best idea. If you ask the tax office, they would be compelled to answer, probably very slowly. I'll guess straight away that this is not an internet searchable field.

    But if...
  3. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Whoa: real property = estate = real estate

    [/QUOTE]


    Webster's definition:
    Definition of dominium

    plural -s
  4. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    I think the least confusing and simplest core of it comes to: real property.

    Absolute ownership of private property goes to Roman law, so they had it France, then Louisiana, then it was sold to...
  5. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    If the land belonged to a corporation, how exactly is this in the public domain?

    Here are quotes from the Louisiana Purchase:

    And whereas in pursuance of the Treaty and particularly of the...
  6. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Sovereignty mostly comes down to the issue of land.

    As a non-slave, anyone can be a sovereign of their body, but when that body is not on its sovereign land, it is trespassing, which is an act of...
  7. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Just pointing out that some of the powers were reduced. Which by no means mitigates the fact that the lack of lawful money, and the disappearance of land as private property, strongly empowers...
  8. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    In the case of emergency banking powers, apparently this is because they were specifically studied for another year until amended by an Act of Congress:
    ...
  9. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    I was referring to National Emergencies Act, 1976: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Emergencies_Act

    as terminating prior emergencies and limiting a president's capability of acting ad hoc.
    ...
  10. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    I understand that the decrees of 1933 removed most of the privately-held precious metals, so someone could sit on them for a while at $20/oz. and then re-valuate it a little further along to boost...
  11. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Are they not supplied by the Mint as an order from the Treasury? And not by the issuance of bonds?

    There were silver coins issued until 1964, and remain in circulation. I suppose you could call a...
  12. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    One thing that still stands out is coinage.

    It's issued by the Treasury. Of course, the Constitution defines money based around the Silver Dollar and...there is no use of it. If enough people were...
  13. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    No doubt, the word slingers twisted words every which way but lose.

    When you see contradictory definitions or oxymorons, you're getting close to the meat.


    IMHO, there is a sinister reason to...
  14. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    I am also taking from Black's, minus the extra stuff such as pages and case references, and please excuse my heavy-handed chopping of quotes. The first thing I find is circularity, which is...
  15. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Wall of text incoming.

    I have visited some of my state statutes frequently in the past; today I looked at the constitution, which I don't think I have ever seen before, and it appears to have been...
  16. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    Exactly. The Revolution was not even supported by many, and of those who did, it was a minority who did it for the "experiment" of the republican form. My lifelong weakness has probably been in...
  17. Re: Americans Squandered Their Birthright of Sovereignty

    This is my first post here, as a result of scouring the internet on related subjects and finding, largely, the same wall of text copy/pasted across the blogosphere and running into dead ends or...
Results 1 to 17 of 17