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Date: Sat, 09 Aug 1997 11:13:18 -0700
To: David Dodge <romans@gate.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: 14th Amendment CEASE AND DESIST
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There are two classes of citizenship,
which is a term of municipal law.

These two classes correspond, via jus soli,
to the state and federal zones, respectively.

The Guarantee Clause does not guarantee a
Republican Form of Government to the federal
zone, only to the state zone.  Congress cannot
alter the meaning of any terms used in the
Constitution, and the Qualifications Clauses
have never been amended.  

See 1:2:2, 1:3:3, and 2:1:5.  

Therefore, federal citizenship associates 
one with a political jurisdiction
which is not guaranteed a Republican Form 
of Government.  Congress has been free to
create a legislative democracy for that zone,
and the second class of citizenship which
it created is a municipal franchise, which
can be taxed and regulated like any other

State Citizenship, as recognized in the
Qualifications Clauses, cannot be taxed or
regulated, because it is not a franchise;
it is a fundamental Right.  

See "Right/Constitutional Rights/Political Rights"
in Black's Law Dictionary, e.g. the right of
citizenship, that of suffrage, the right to
hold public office, and the right of petition. 

We have cases to prove all of the points
which I have made above.  They are assembled
in Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 12:28 PM 8/9/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Paul et alii:
>Although never argued before the Supreme Court, the Court announced that
>it was of the opinion that under the 14th amendment, corporations were
>citizens.  All corporations are identified by name and number -- the same
>is true for most "real" people who are merely names and numbers.  And so,
>if the highest court says: corporation = citizens then all things being
>equal, citizens are corporations; and, under state constitutions subject
>to control by the legislature if state created, or Congress if federaly

Your argument here only applies
to federal citizens, not to
state Citizens.

>Section 4 of the 14th amendment is actually a thinly veiled disguise for a
>repeal of the 1st amendment.

"Repeals by implication are not favored."

     [U.S. v. Hicks, 9th Circuit]

  If inquiry is prohibited there is no free
>speech, no redress or religious freedom as it becomes manditory to deal in
>the make-believe.  Bear in mind that the Civil War was the first mass
>market for the new pain killer morphia [morphine] which produced such
>high profits that it enabled King Ludwig to build six castles and finance 
>Wagner.  But, that's another story... .

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