Well it is three business days past the 120th business day of the serving of the fraudulent lawsuit and we have an order from the court. Now we can show the whole sequence of events leading up to today so that you can understand that you are a subject slave and that your Bill of Rights has been unlawfully removed and that there is no law for the American nationals for the united States of the Americas. Continue reading “Order for the Copyright Lawsuit”
Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service. Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered. So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt. Continue reading “The Common Law Writ for the Mandamus for the Response”
Rock guitarist Ted Nugent called the Covid pandemic a “dirty lying scam” as recently as two weeks ago. So social media reacted with predictable and justified schadenfreude when he announced Monday on a Facebook live video that he had tested positive for Covid after a severe illness. “I thought I was dying. I literally could hardly crawl out of bed the last few days,” he said. “Maybe it’s not even Covid. I’m thinking it’s just Cat Scratch Fever. Karma has a sense of humor,” actor George Takei responded on Twitter, speaking for many. Continue reading “Ted Nugent admitted he was wrong about Covid and that counts for something”
The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans’ social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer visited Florida last month, according to local media, in time to warn constituents against enjoying the sun in the Covid rulebreaker’s paradise. Her staff passed it off as a family visit.
The Biden administration “strongly supports” a bill that would make the District of Columbia a new US state named Douglass Commonwealth, and shrink the seat of the US government to a tiny enclave in downtown Washington.
Yesterday’s guilty verdicts in the George Floyd murder case will almost certainly send former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin to prison for the rest of his life once the sentence is finally handed down next month. But already more police shootings are capturing the nation’s attention.
A panel of jurors has found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges in connection with the May 2020 death of George Floyd, after one of the most closely watched criminal trials in recent memory.