Review of statutes/codes relating to Virginia driver’s license and registering a ‘vehicle’. Driving means for hire. Vehicles engage in trans-port.

I reviewed the STATE OF VIRGINIA statutes/codes relating to the for-hire activity called driving, as in truck driver, limo driver, and taxi driver. Driving is an occupation. — I’m not eligible for a driver’s license because not a “resident”. Resident is short for either resident alien (a foreigner) or resident agent, meaning someone who works […]

Let their be light! Incandescent light bulbs still lawful within the 50 states. Federal ban applies to territories only.

Making and trading [selling] incandescent light bulbs may be illegal within United States but it’s still lawful within the 50 states of the union. This is because United States does not mean the 50 states. United States means federal territories and federal land. Simplest proof is in the 14th Amendment, Section 3, which differentiates between […]

Video: Policy force lets go Aussie woman using car – no plates, no registration

Another video of traveler using car and the policy force detains, then lets her go. Why? Precisely because her car was NOT registered. Therefore did not need their plates/inventory-tag. And therefore they did not have jurisdiction! But they issued bogus ‘ticket’ anyway. Regardless, she was free to go! How many videos do people need to […]

Transcript with time-stamps for Richard MacDonald’s State Citizen presentation at The Granada Forum, 2005

 Transcript  00:00:03  Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Granada Forum on June 17th, a Friday night. We are very pleased to welcome Mr. Richard MacDonald, a man who’s a maverick in his field for over 30 years in the law. He’s a law researcher, educator and state citizenship. So let’s give […]