Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on May 29, 1998 at 10:15:22:
In Reply to: Re: Diversity Statute is a MAJOR KEY: graphic illustration posted by Two Cities on May 28, 1998 at 22:47:44:
: :: It's all contract.
: : It's NOT "all contract".
: : "Contract" is synonymous with equity jurisdiction.
: : The Constitution recognizes two OTHER matters
: : over which Article III grants original juris-
: : diction: law, and admiralty. The "common law"
: : [sic] is preserved in the Seventh Amendment,
: preserved to the people (men/women).
: Government (organized, "civilized" society) is based upon a
: contract. Government itself is nothing but a contract, and
: it's implementation. That the terms of this contract chooses
: to recognize that which it itself is not, is another matter.
: The unfolding is similar in the state scenarios. That
: needful rules have been made for those OBJECTS or
: ENTITIES of it's delegated concern is no surprise.
: ***We, the People of the United States ... ***
: presupposses the existance of the "United States".
: To further understand this contract requires knowledge
: of the nature and composition of the "United States",
: and the makeup of it's "People".
: That the People may be cognizant of the people is no
: more far fetched, than that BOEING may be cognizant of
: it's shareholders, should they be men in their own right
: and possession.
: The contracting parties are either men in their own right
: or acting as representatives (corporate) of something
: else. They are not both, unless each signed twice.
I do believe that your comments have now
drifted way off point. We are establishing
here authoritative proof of only one class of
citizenship, prior to the 1866 Civil Rights
If you want to start a new thread, to debate
your broad political theories, please do so
/s/ Paul Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness,
Private Attorney General, and Candidate
for the U.S. House of Representatives
p.s. "it's" is a contraction for "it is";
"its" is the possessive form of "it".
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