de jure vs. Franchise Language

Common Law Term (in de jure Republic)


“Man”, “Woman”, “People”

“Earnings“, “Labor”

“Occupation of Common Right“
“Sui Juris”, “In Propria Persona”
“Nationality“, “Domicile”

Statutory “Non-citizen national”
Constitutional “Citizen of the of the United States of America”

“Natural rights”
“federal Government”, “state Government”

“Justice” (see constitution)

“Natural Compact”
“Money”, “Gold and Silver Specie”

“Certificate of Live Birth”

Statutory/Franchise Term (in de facto Socialist Democracy)

“Subject” (you CANNOT be a “Subject” and a “Sovereign” at the same time in relation to the SAME government)
“Person”, “Individual”, “Human Being”, “Natural Person”, “Straw Man”, “Taxpayer”, "ens legis"
“Wages”, “Gross Income”, “Personal services”
“Pro Se”, “Pro Per”
“Citizenship” (merges both), “Residence”, “Permanent Residence”
Statutory “U.S. citizen” (8 U.S.C. §1401)
Statutory “U.S. person” (26 U.S.C. §7701(a)(30))
“Public Right”, “Privilege”, “Franchise”, “Legislatively Created Right”
“Civil rights”
Corporate: “National Government”, “Federal Government”
“Administrative Judge” (see Title 28), “Franchise Court Judge”
“Statutory Law”, “Commercial Law” (UCC)
“Federal Reserve Note (FRN)” (debt instrument)
“Birth Certificate”
“Registered Voter”

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