USPS is rooted in federal municipal authority

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Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 05, 1998 at 13:48:16:

In Reply to: RE: the USPS is rooted in supreme law authority posted by MARTIN on September 04, 1998 at 23:24:03:

Congress can ONLY create a federal corporation
in its capacity as the legislature for the
federal zone. To create a national corporation
invades the province of the several states,
reserved by the Tenth Amendment. For authority,
see Daly v. The National Life Insurance Company
of the USA, Indiana Supreme Court (1878)
(headnotes reproduced in the winning brief
in Knox v. U.S. et al.)

Thus, all state-chartered corporations are
"foreign" with respect to the federal zone,
just as all federal "domestic" corporations
are foreign with respect to the state zone.

(The stars on the flag are the state zone; the
blue field on the flag is the federal zone.)

Confer at "domestic corporation" and "foreign
corporation" in Black's Law Dictionary, latest
editions. See also In Re Merriam's Estate
for supporting authority.

The USPS, and the U.S. Post Office, are not
one and the same. Begin reading at the term
"Post Offices" at the Internet URL infra:

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

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