GAY MARRIAGE, PROPOSITION 8, MARRIAGE LICENSES, COMMON LAW AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA and IOWA
All Green words are Paul Hansen comments.
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California was named by Spanish explorers and claimed for the Spanish monarchy many centuries ago.
California and Texas were republics of the Mexican Union of States and Spanish property law currently applies in these and other American States.Â English is the common language in California and Texas and the English common law is the law in both places.
The original thirteen States formed the perpetual Union, the United States of America on March 1, 1781 when Maryland became the thirteenth State to ratify the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.Â The State of California joined the perpetual Union when her two Senators were admitted to the Senate of the United States of America.
The State of California was admitted to the more (so called perfect) Union established by the Constitution of September 17, 1787 on September 9, 1850 and according to Article 3 Section 1of its Constitution of 1879, â€œis an inseparable part of the United States of America (the said perpetual Union) and the Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land.â€ Â Â The State of California, an inseparable part of the United States of America, is both a government and that part of California, which is owned by the United States of America. (A Territorial existence.)
The State of California does not recognize common law marriage (California does.), which is an unlicensed marriage between a man and woman (A Private Contract/agreement.), but does recognize the licensed (statutory) marriages of the other 55 States of the Union established by the Constitution of September 17, 1787, which was ratified by the States, but not adopted by a government bound to support that Constitution.
The Supreme Court of the State of California issued an opinion in a case that marriages between persons of the same sex were lawful and, therefore, should be licensed by the State of California.
Proposition 8, which defined marriage as only between one man and one woman, was approved by a majority of State of California registered voters and conforms with Title 1 United States Code Section 7. Definition of â€œmarriageâ€ and â€œspouse:â€ â€œ
In determining the meaning of any Act of Congress, or of any ruling, regulation, or interpretation of the various administrative bureaus and agencies of the United States, the word â€˜marriageâ€™ means only a legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife, and the word â€˜spouseâ€™ refers only to a person of the opposite sex who is a husband or a wife.â€
Based upon these facts, the Congress of the United States of America recognizes the existence within the place called California two kinds of territory one owned by the United States of America and another owned by others not the United States of America.
The decision and opinion rendered by United States district judge Vaughn Walker in the matter of the constitutionality of Proposition 8 is inconsistent with the Organic Laws of the United States of America and an act of the Congress of the United States of America.
The recognition by Congress and the refusal of the State of California and many other States of the United States to recognize common law marriage illustrates the nature of the Article I Section 8 Clause 18 â€exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever.â€Â The Congress of the United States has the power to recognize common law from outside the United States, but the States of the United States do not.Â Â (Congress governs it’s own Land, and USA “States govern their own Land.)
Because the officers of the federal government have never taken and subscribed a written Article VI oath â€œto support this Constitution,â€ the Constitution of September 17, 1787 has not been adopted for the United States of America.Â Â The â€œexclusive Legislationâ€ afforded by proprietary power of Congress trumps the un-adopted Constitution of the United States every time.
Has your state withdrawn recognition of common law marriage and is there a gay marriage movement in your state or has same sex marriage become a reality there? Â Â Then you are in luck, if you want to claim your freedom.Â Â The right to pick your marriage partner is a fundamental human right, so the attempt by the State to outlaw common law marriage and to license civil marriage is a clear signal that the State has unlawfully extended its power beyond the lands owned by the United States of America.
To take advantage of all the possibilities common law and gay marriage present, you must know law and government.Â My Basic Course in Law and Government is the only one that will prepare you to take on the State governmentâ€™s legal establishment.Â Â To enroll, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera
Comment of Paul Hansen below:
Basically one should takes this opportunity to acknowledge abroad that free people must rise up and tell the Feds. to get of the free inhabitants (your) Land, and take their pretense of Gay Rights Jurisdiction back home.Â Most all Land in Iowa is not USA Land and every business [or any activity] on this non-USA Land has not one scintilla of duty to any of the US written Laws.Â All City, County, State, and Federally mandated Sodomite (Sin) Marriage, Abortion, and Gun Control Laws of the US have no legal “force or effect of law” on Land not owned by the USA. Proprietary means proprietary.Â The free inhabitants can convene courts of common law to determine if any God given rights are being violated on that/their said Lands.Â Revive not only man’s hearts but the application of the privilege/duty of proprietary ownership.Â I have been told no other nation has proprietary ownership and governance. Strive not to revive the nation today but instead revive your neighbor.Â We need to move as proprietary force, they do (US/States) and millions die, let the free inhabitants move that millions may live.
“Free Inhabitant” – Article IV of the Articles of Confederation 1777.