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Posts tagged as “Texas”

Public Information Request

  As we go in-depth with our theory that the term “in this state” is ethereal, we now embark upon the letters written to state agencies requesting them to disclose information that is needed for the general public under a Public Information Request or PIR. This information comprises of statutes, codes, ordinances, and regulations in Texas that they have gathered. With several letters written and originally addressed to the Secretary of State, no response was refurbished and no consent was given to access the information requested which is in complete violation of the Texas Government Code 552. Here, we dive into the four assumptions why the request letters sent weren’t given consideration and what’s the next course of action for a US citizen to take under these circumstances. Listen to the podcast here: Public Information Request They Must Answer The Public Information Request (PIR) I want to read to you…

What You Need To Know About Land Patents: Part IV with Ron Gibson

  Still with Ron Gibson, we continue the fourth part about what you need to know about land patents as we dive deeper into state judges and their oaths of office. When you go back to the Constitution for Texas and look closely at the Articles, you will almost always spot the phrase “in this state.” Yet nobody really knows and can explain what this means even though all offense against the State or State agencies are committed to it. The State of Texas claims that one who is in violation of the law is always pointed back to “in this State;” however, they cannot prove where this ethereal location is. Where is it then? If all judges follow the law “in this State,” what law exactly are they following? What lands are owned by the United States on the organic land of Texas? Where are the letters that ceded…