Census: Mandatory or Voluntary?

Census: Mandatory or Voluntary?

by Steven D. Miller

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Census: Mandatory or Voluntary? by Steven D. Miller

The government has a duty to count the number of Persons. “We The People” gave them that duty in the Constitution.They do not have a right to compel us to waive our rights.The Constitution authorizes a census. The first census had 4 questions (Act of March 1, 1790, ch.2, 1 Stat. 101.)Where is the Constitutional authority to demand other private information? Does the census law really compel everyone to give a name, address, birth date, sex or race? Was your government instituted among men to secure rights, or do you have a counterfeit government that overthrew the legitimate one? Or is there something more sinister going on here? Actions speak louder than words. Obedience to counterfeit authority is mutiny against lawful authority. If you participate in the counterfeit "census" then you, by your actions, agreed that illegal aliens should have representation in congress.

—Government exists to protect rights. Compelling you to waive your privacy rights is not a function of government, it is anti-government. The people who have overthrown your government have no respect for legitimate government. They deny the limitations of their office.—You have a right to remain silent. These people have no respect for your rights that they swore an oath to protect.—Ben Franklin said that anyone who would give up a little liberty deserves no liberty. Do you deserve liberty?—More than two million Americans have marched off to war to secure the blessings of liberty, never to return home. Don't spit on their graves just because someone suggests that "just filling out a simple form" does not waive your rights.—When the Constitution was written, the abolitionists who wanted to end slavery were able to get slaves counted as 3/5 person. They did NOT want slaves to be counted at all, which would allow Southern States to increase their political votes (number of congressmen) by having more slaves. Today's liberals want to count illegal aliens to increase political votes — for the same reason that slave states wanted more slaves.—Nixon was forced to resign for recording the conversations in one room. Edward Snowden divulged that the National Security Agency now records everyone’s phone calls. And no one is held accountable except for the whistleblower.

Kilbourn v. Thompson, 103 U.S. 168, 190.it cannot be too often repeated,— that the principles that embody the essence of constitutional liberty and security forbid all invasions on the part of government and it's employees of the sanctity of a man's home and the privacies of his life.

Marchetti v. United States, 390 US 39 at 57 (1968):“The Government’s anxiety to obtain information known to a private individual does not, without more, render that information public; . . . “

The Legislative History of the Privacy Act, Public Law 93-579 page 6971:"preventing collection of protected information not immediately needed, about law-abiding Americans, on the off-chance that Government or the particular agency might possibly have to deal with them in the future. This, of course, applies not only to the agency's own programs, but also to its participation in such programs undertaken by other agencies."

A federal court case, 615 F.Supp 1088 Yeager v. Hackensack NJ, while citing the authority of Roe v. Wade, confirmed that:“Right to be free from compelled disclosure of names of household members is within right of privacy protected by Constitution.”

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BN ID: 2940151926355
Publisher: Steven D. Miller
Publication date: 05/12/2015
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Format: NOOK Book
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About the Author

I was fooled* by government. I was snared by legalities that I didn’t understand. Then I learned the hard lesson that it was my fault for being deceived. I come from a long line of Protestants. My father was Presbyterian, my mother was Quaker. Presbyterians want to be ruled by men, Quakers will only be ruled by the Holy Spirit. These United States were founded on the divine laws of nature and of nature's God. We exchanged these laws for the laws of men. Unfortunately, the U.S. government was surrendered to the same brutal Roman law that Christ delivered us from. My books focus on lordship, ethics, and consequences of mutiny against subverted government. My books are intended for those who realize that they are bound like the Bible said you would be, and made merchandise and cursed just like Peter said you would be. I reduce all debate elements into several conflicting fundamentals and then present them for the reader to ponder. I am not an attorney. I do not give legal advice. * long ago when everyone knew of their responsibility to avoid deception the term "fooled" was a harsh word. Matthew 5:22.

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