Posted by MARTIN on September 18, 1998 at 22:19:21:
In Reply to: Municipal Nature of IRC is Res Judicata posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 18, 1998 at 21:28:18:
RE:It is most intriguing, for example, that Alaska became a State
when it was admitted to the Union, and yet the United States
Codes had to be changed because Alaska was defined in those Codes
as a "state" before admission to the Union, but not afterwards.
This apparent anomaly is perfectly clear once the legal and
deliberately misleading definition of "state" is understood.
Alaska became one of the political subdivisions mentioned in the US CODE.
Alaska and Hawaii were no longer defined (U.S. Code) as states when they joined the singular Federal Union. The other Union was a plural Federation of States.
The "States in Free Association" (26) referred to as state(s) in U.S. Code has caused many much confusion! (63rd Congress, Oct, 3, 1913. sess. I., CH. 16, page 177)
Some of these "States in Free Association" are; District of Columbia, American Somoa, Guam, Commonwealth of Porto Rico, Virgin Islands, Midway Island, Wake Island, Johnston Island, Baker, Howland and Jarvis Islands, Navassa Island + on to 26. ((63rd Congress, Oct, 3, 1913. sess. I., CH. 16, page 177)
The above States are detailed with a geographic map in 'Free at last' by Dr. N. A. Scott.
What did your brief win? A dismissal or what?
Will this dismissal be case law?
Will the US change the US CODE because of this brief?
Will the US remove the IRS from it's political subdivisions now?
: I have put the winning brief in Knox v. U.S. et al.
: into the Supreme Law Library, at the URL infra:
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