In today’s episode of Categorical Imperative we will be taking a look at common beliefs among the sovereign citizen movement including the capitalization of names on court documents, the suppose meaning of gold Fringe on a flag, the meaning of the term “color of law”, the difference between suits at common law and suits in equity and the difference between the privileges and immunities of citizenship and their relation to natural rights in both common law and constitutional law.
My Cooper v Aaron Article – https://tenthamendmentcenter.com/2020/12/09/the-myths-of-cooper-v-aaron/
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