Posted by ' on October 01, 1998 at 20:24:16:
In Reply to: Re: foreign...Re: foreign earned income posted by ' on October 01, 1998 at 20:14:49:
Re:§ 297. Assignment of judges to courts of the freely associated compact states
Alaska and Hawaii were no longer defined (U.S. Code) as states when they joined the Union.
The "States in Free Association" (26) referred to as state(s) in U.S. Code has caused many much confusion!
Some of these "States" 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.
See(63rd Congress, Oct, 3, 1913. sess. I., CH. 16, page 177)
The above "States in Free Association" are the second set of States referred to in the two United States theory like the theory of N.A. (Doc.) Scott in his book Free at Last-From the IRS.
Read the TITLES of the U.S. CODE; You will find the sections of the "We the People" constitution that were codified into field code and regulation after the 1861-65 war.
Read The Titles index of the U.S. Code, you will see the code law authority for;
Flag and Seal, seat of Government, and the States.
So on and so forth!
: : "Private international law" and "municipal law"
: : are synonymous terms. Likewise, in the
: : context of municipal law, the terms "nation",
: : "state" and "country" are also synonymous.
: : Thus, the term "Internal" in the Internal
: : Revenue Code, means "municipal".
: : See 28 U.S.C. 297 where Congress refers to the
: : several states as "countries".
: : "Public international law" is something else again.
: : Different terminology rules in that context.
: : /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
: : Counselor at Law, Federal Witness
: : and Private Attorney General
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