Step 4. Who are you?


The difference is between a right granted by legislation and an inalienable right which comes from the creator.

Inalienable rights can not be taken.

Privileges can be taken.

Who has rights, and who has privileges?

Sovereign People have rights.

Citizens have privileges granted by government.

united states is not United States.

State is not United States.

People are born on land, are flesh and blood, have a soul and created by God.

Person is a corporation a non living thing.

-Constitution is an ordination written by the People and created the government. We the “People”

-1866 – Congress passed a statute declaring that persons born in the United States (capitol letters) are citizens of the United States.

-Persons are born in the United States

-People are born on the soil.

-government grants privileges.

-God grants rights at the time of birth which are unalienable and can not be taken by another man because ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL.

-The constitution does not grant the federal government power to enact statutes within the states. They only have power to grant privileges within the ten square miles known as Washington DC and the forts, arsenals, etc. within the state which is Federal jurisdiction. The roads in the states are not federal jurisdiction – tickets are illegal.

-The federal government has no power over STATE CITIZENS. They have power over citizens of Washington D.C. who may “reside” in other locations.

 Be in enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United states Of America in Congress assembled, That all persons born in the United States and not subject to any foreign power, excluding Indians not taxed, are hereby declared to be citizens of the United States;… 14 Stat. 27, ss1.

If you want your rights and your freedoms you are a citizens of the state in which you are domiciled.


The government created by the People has an Analysis and Interpretation of the Constitution, to which they analyze and interpret in their favor, allotting them more power and control. Does it seem right that a government created by people and given certain powers by the people, can then analyze that document and interpret it in a way never intended by the creators of the document? No, it does not. It is like the child telling the parent what to do.

Analysis and Interpretation of the Constitution by the Government

Texas Common Law Grand Juries