by Richard McDonald People always ask “what are the advantages of being a State Citizen”? Seems like a rather stupid question; it’s like asking, “Why is it so bad to be ruled by a slave master and be a slave?” Here’s a list of things to consider for 14th amendment slaves (with a Socialism Servitude […]
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Citizen or citizen?
by Richard, MacDonald On the face. this discussion might seem to be a matter of semantics, but upon closer inspection of the law, the distinction is quite clear. The term “citizen of the united states” was not defined in the original U.S. constitution, as that term was commonly understood to mean a “citizen of one […]
The Buck Act and other articles by Richard: McDonald
The Story of the Buck Act by Richard McDonald edited by John E. Trumane In order for you to understand the full import of what is happening, I must explain certain laws to you. When passing new statutes, the Federal government always does everything according to the principles of law. In order for the Federal […]
Richard McDonald’s Seminar on state Citizen status
The author covers the differences between state and federal citizens, and how one inadvertently becomes a federal citizen. He provides answers to ‘trick’ questions such as “Are you a citizen of the United States?” The answer would be ‘no’ for state citizens. On the topic of ‘driving’, which always means ‘for hire’, he notes the […]