February 14, 2017
Government, Marti Oakley, S.510
agriculture, contract law, CORPORATIONS, Government, international law, Marti Oakley, non-delegation doctrine, non-positive Code, PPJ Gazette, privatization, rule-making, Stakeholders, USDA
Everything we do is said to be a “contract”, from simply buying a cup of coffee to purchasing access to the federal government. It is necessary to view every possible action we may undertake in our daily lives as being some form of contract, no matter how idiotic the example, in order for us to accept that our government itself is one big corporate contracting monstrosity that has less to do with governing the country constitutionally, than it does as a fiduciary profiteer. Key to that profiteering is privatization of what are to be tasks and services performed by the government. Simply put, creating and/or empowering a contracting corporation to perform tasks and services the government is prohibited from engaging in outside of the the enumerated powers in the Constitution.
January 4, 2012
corruption, FARMING & FOOD
agricultural survey, census, delegated powers, mandates, Marti Oakley, non-delegation doctrine, PPJG, surveys, USDA
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The USDA is busy sending out its Agricultural Survey attempting to elicit from unwary property owners, information regarding any agricultural production or livestock or poultry (this can be virtually ANY crop, animal or bird) that you may own and goes on to ask how much monetary value is placed on produce or the sale of animal/poultry products. The [survey] also mentions that any one who produces and sells more than $1,000 per year is asked to voluntarily supply this information to the government. $1,000 a year is such a paltry amount and is significant in the fact that this amount is so low as to encompass virtually anything you might wish to grow and produce even for your own use. It would be virtually impossible for the federal government to confiscate food sources in the event they decide they must, unless they know first hand where that source is located and how much of it is there.
This is a voluntary survey and is not a [census]. Survey’s are voluntary, the census taken every ten years to do a head count of our population is not.
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