Definitions in codes/statutes supersede common definitions. Terms supersede words.

If a statute or code has definitions, especially of common everyday words, then the definition in the statute/code supersedes the everyday definition! If ‘blue’ is defined as ‘yellow’ then blue means yellow for that statute, code, or chapter. Why else would a statute have a definition of a common term? For example, in everyday language, […]

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 […]

Muni Corp VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNE bans ‘operation’ (business) of ebikes by the public (not the private); and BTW, not on main boulevard

Well the public, not the private, can’t operate (meaning conduct business) with ebikes within the overlay area under the jurisdiction of THE VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNE Incorporated. The corporation plans to educate it’s public, meaning employees. Fair to say that the muni corp also thinks they can ban people in the private from operating (as […]

Video – Florida policy officers pressure man to id-entity as the U.S. person franchise. Man stands his ground!

See video below. 7:48 she keeps asking ‘do you understand?’ because this question technically means ‘do you agree you are bound by these statutes?’. Always need to answer, ‘me overstand’. And don’t say “I” which could be heard as ‘Aye’. 5:53 Woman officer says, “first things first…we need to identify who we’re talking to.” This […]

Corporate STATES have Dept of Revenue because corporations are franchises that share part of their revenue. Same with the ‘individual’ person.

State of Tennessee, meaning the municipal corporation, has a Department of Revenue because the entity is a corporation and it takes it’s corporations. Corporate officers think they’re paying an ‘income tax’ but it’s actually a Franchise/Excise Tax, as shown below. Franchising is profitable and there is an entire Department of Revenue to monitor this. Note […]

Technically, STATE OF CALIFORNIA has a franchise tax on corporations, not a corporate tax on corporations

People mistakenly pay taxes to what is officially called the Franchise Tax Board of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA. As for corporations, the officers think they are paying a corporate income tax. Technically, they are paying a ‘franchise tax‘ that applies to all corporations. So the people running a company incorporated to gain ‘legal’ protections, but […]

Only ‘persons’ must attend/work at school. Persons are LLCs. ‘Student’ and ‘Parent’ are persons.

(Reviewed and expanded on May 24, 2024.) No boys or girls are required to attend k-12 schools, at least not according to the code by me. The code is written for persons, which means personas, which means business entities. The 2nd birth certificate creates a person, and that person must make their child ‘persons’ attend/work at […]

Statute of Limitations is a statute, not common law. ‘P Diddy’, ‘Kevin Spacey’ and others could be tried by a jury

Lots of talk lately about the statute of limitations in various states and cities after release of video of ‘P Diddy’ beating his girlfriend in the hotel hallway eight years ago. Everyone throws up their hands when the District Attorney (which district?) says the crime occurred beyond the statute of limitations. Well I expect in […]

In many cases, it’s not the government. It’s a corporation created by the government.

Spoke with someone the other day who was concerned about battling the government about allodial title, driving vs traveling, etc. Well, the truth is that in many cases, it’s a corporation sending the letters and that corporations policé/policy force upholding statutes, not laws. We are free people and to get around that, the governments, which […]

Not ‘commuting’ either! Since ‘commute’ is yet another finance term. “I’m traveling.”

Add ‘commute’ to the list of finance words applied to the action traveling in a car from point A to point B. Commute, as it turns out, means: to convert (something, such as a payment) into another form. ‘The periodic payments may be commutedinto a lump sum.’ (dictionary source) They describe everything in a financial way […]