reply to post by Redwookieaz
The trick is, talk to your sheriff. Period.
When I was younger, I got into a LOT of trouble. A LOT. Anyway, I moved away and grew up. Came back to my home area and since I have been back, I have
decided to ACTUALLY involve myself in my own governance.
EVERYONE out there should schedule a meeting with their highest elected law enforcement officer. The County Sheriff.
Now, if you live in a place say like New York City, I feel for you. In a lot of jurisdictions, the Mayor or say a City Manager appoints the Chief of
Police. So in that situation, you would need to talk to the mayor or the Chief of Police. I am still attempting to figure out the jurisdictional
component of the city appointed police force.
You have 4 levels of governance.
Now, in Constitutional Governance, you are GUARANTEED a republic as laid out in the Constitution. Each State is allowed to foment their own
Constitution. As long as it does not DIRECTLY deviate from the original Constitution of the united States of America. Thereby each county and city is
also restricted by both the US Constitution and the State Constitution.
As a citizen of your REPUBLIC, you should actually know your own Republic Constitution.
For years I mistakenly assumed that the US Constitution was the law of the land. It is, but your state (Republic) Constitution is actually MORE
important. There are things that I am finding in my state Constitution that are blowing my mind. Currently, Wisconsin and Arizona are the ONLY two
states that recognize allodial title! So even though Wisconsin is one of the blue states, we have not completely destroyed the right to property. That
is one thing I am investigating.
Now, I have had two encounters with officers of the court since I have come back. One was when being a "traveller" I lost grip on the road and
fishtailed down my street. Yes, I was being like a child having fun on roads that were covered in snow. About 9 inches to be exact. It was my first
year back and I was just having fun. At the time, I still had a valid California license but NO valid registration. I told the officer everything. I
also told him I had no intention of registering my vehicle. He gave me a verbal warning and let me go. A verbal warning, as you know means nothing.
Now, the second time I encountered an officer, was when I was out and about in town. I had finished eating at a restaurant/saloon type establishment
and their was a disturbance. Several officers showed up and of course they went to everyone there.
It was kind of funny when they asked for a license while I was in my vehicle. I told the officer that I had no valid license anymore and I did not
need one since I was not operating a motor vehicle and I was not a commercial driver.
He brought up that I could be charge with operating a motor
vehicle without a license. I remember this specifically, I asked him to show me the motor vehicle.
I had a smile on my face and he knew I knew
exactly the terminology he was using.
Now, this was a police officer of the city I live in. He was NOT a sheriff or a deputy sheriff. These people are jurisdictional law enforcement
officers. AS YOU KNOW. My father back in the day use to ride my motorcycle all the time without any licensing. I use to ask him what are you going to
do if you get pulled over. He used to tell me, so what, what RIGHT do they have to enforce anything. That is one thing I wish my father would have
taught me a little more. He was an Air Force Major when he retired. I do not think he ever had a driver's license.
A license is something you are given that permits you to do something that supposedly is illegal without it.
Ask yourself this, when was the first time that driver's licenses were introduced?
Boy, I miss that man, an ass just like me.
We have to RELEARN what it means to be free.
There is one law, to not harm another and to not infringe on another's right to life, liberty and property.
Disclaimer-unless YOU people out there have spoken to your county sheriff and he/she agrees to Constitutional protections, do not ATTEMPT anything I
OH, one more thing, WHO IS YOUR HEAD LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Is he/she a sheriff or a city chief? Maybe you should find out!
[edit on 8/1/2010 by endisnighe]