Daily Archives: April 30, 2019

New Release “MAGA Ride” | by John McNaughton

I wanted to paint a picture of President Trump and Melania on a jacked-up motorcycle, painted up with the American flag and patriotism, as they ride down a bumpy, crumbling road that represents the hazards and the problems that this … Continue reading

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Declining To Appear | by Ryan Brooks

An “administrative court” is a dispute resolution service for consenting parties. A summons is an invitation “summoning” or “calling” you to accept their dispute resolution service in Admiralty Maritime jurisdiction, so of course, you have the right to decline their … Continue reading

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Maxims of Law | by Ryan Brooks

Consensus facit legem. Consent makes the law. A contract is a law between the parties, which can acquire force only by consent. Qui tacet consentire videtur. A party who is silent appears to consent. Non videntur qui errant consentire. He … Continue reading

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Rebut the Presumption | by Ryan Brooks

The presumption of “joinder” to the “artificial person” NAME causes living men and women to unwittingly become the “surety” for the corporate debt of YOURNATION (INC.) in a global system of debt-money bondage. All legal person actors operate on assumptions … Continue reading

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Signature / Autograph

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How to Make and Autograph:

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Unraveling the Spider’s Web

   by Anna von Reitz Unraveling the Spider’s Web I think we have finally done it. And I am the original skeptic. Usually, I am the one standing silent in the back of the party room whenever someone announces that … Continue reading

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