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constitutional mechanics 101

we commonly inherit national constitutional frameworks that were created within very different contexts to that which we are presently experiencing. thus what made sense many years past, now shapes our experience in ways which often are not comfortable.\r\nthis zone is for the exploration of evolving new constitutional agreements that best serve the needs of an expanding and evolving populous.
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asserting rights to dictatorial regimes: Agenda 31, Article IV State Citizenship & The Federal Fraud

    ura soul

    You might have heard it said that the founding fathers of the United States of America would roll over in their graves if they knew what was going on nowadays. Corey Eib and Todd McGreevy from Agenda 31 agree wholeheartedly. Today I talked to them about Article 4 citizenship, sometimes called several states citizenship or common law citizenship. Their stance is that the framers of the U.S. Constitution would have never wanted the federal government to have the power that it does, and they advocate the switch from national citizenship to common law citizenship. Corey and Todd met in 2012 at the Constitutional Sheriff and Peace Officers Association National Convention. From there, they formed the show, Common Sense Revisited, which was later named Agenda 31. They also have a podcast on the No Agenda Stream. Corey grew up in the Jehovah’s Witness religion, an experience that paved the way for him to look into and appreciate common law citizenship. Corey: “Civil rights are akin to a father’s right over a 4-year-old child.” Some of the highlights of the show that you’ll hear include: 2:48: The difference between being a state citizen and being a sovereign citizen, a distinction that Corey and Todd feel is very important. 14:00: Why you should consider making yourself an Article 4 state ID, also known as a common law ID. 18:54: The assertion that Washington, DC was never meant to have its own citizens. In fact, there was meant to be a clear separation between state citizens and national citizens. 31:50: How to fly in today’s post-9/11 age without a federal ID, such as a driver’s license. 48:20 What the country would look like if the original intent of the framers had been upheld. Links and Resources: http://www.agenda31.org/ Agenda 31 on the No Agenda Stream: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a31-009/id884540668?i=313798363&mt=2 We the People Foundation: http://wethepeoplefoundation.org/ The 14th Amendment: https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/amendmentxiv The Printz Case: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Printz_v._United_States The Phil Mocek Case: https://papersplease.org/wp/mocek/ California Commercial Code 9307(h): http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=com&group=09001-10000&file=9301-9342 THC Links Like The Higherside Chats on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHighersideChatsPodcast/ Find our shows on YouTube for easy sharing: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheHighersideChats Twitter: https://twitter.com/HighersideChats Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/highersidechats/ Review Us On iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-higherside-chats/id419458838?mt=2