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Please join me James Ward as I host my very first show on NWOTruthRadio, and what an honor it will be!! My very first guest will be the one and only Rob Johnson, the author of Sui-Juris the law of full age. Please join me as we unravel the unlawful corruption piece by piece.
Join us for another AWESOME 2 hour jam sesh with our favorite legal "bad boy", Neil Rowe, Creator of the FB Group Page "Proceeding Sui Juris"
~ From doing donuts in a police parking lot as a teenager just to ask them "Why" it's illegal, to being one of the first Americans punished under the post-9/11 Patriot Act for "Terroristic Threats" against a Judge (Neil asked him how he'd like it if he "came over and kicked his ass?"). This direct challenge to abusive authority landed Neil in Federal Prison where he become one of the best self-taught legal scholars (outside of the BAR System) that we know of today.
Here's Neil in his own words: "I grew up five miles north of Eminem on eight mile, and five miles south of Kid Rock in Flint, Michigan. Same Bat Time, same Bat channel. Thats my pedigree."
Neil has a personal vendetta to expose the legal fraud and his specialty is using precise legal logic to box Judges into the corner where they either have to admit the fraud, dismiss the case or throw justice completely out the window and simply abuse their authority by issuing an arbitrary decree.
Either way, Neil leaves them flushed and flustered and feeling the need to brush up on some of their case law precedent studies.
Neil is the author of the weekly "Rowe Regulatory Review" (found on his group page) and is currently writing a soon-to-be-released masterwork on Supreme Court Case Law that will empower the massess to take back their power and reclaim their full Sovereign status with confidence and knowledge.
Neil will be taking your questions and teaching you his very favorite "Courtroom Nuclear Options"~ NOT TO BE MISSED~!!!
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In Propria Persona or Pro Per In one’s own proper person. It was formerly a rule in pleading that pleas to the jurisdiction of the court must be plead in propria persona, because if pleaded by an Attorney they admit the jurisdiction, as an Attorney is an Officer of the Court, and he is presumed to plead after having obtained Leave, which admits the jurisdiction. related to Pro Se: one proceeding for himself and on their own behalf, in person. And Sui Juris (Law) law (usually postpositive) of full age and not under disability; legally competent to manage one's own affairs; independent
[C17: from Latin, literally: of one's own right] 2. "Legally competent to manage one's own affairs. Lets go into these law and legal concept on the "Universe Conscious of Itself" show call @ (713)955-0522 this and every Thursday @ 8:00 pm pacific time LTPFJ!!!!!!!
Real Estate taxation, exemptions and appeals with Attorney Katherine O'Dell
Topics and questions covered in this 30-minute interview:
Payment of Real Estate taxes and the general process of Real Estate taxation
Individuals entitled to exemptions and what to do if an exemption is not issued
Receiving Notice of Back Tax from the Assessor's Office and the process by which the matter can be managed
The procedure involved in filing Appeals with the Assessor’s Office
Katherine O’Dell, a partner at Amari & Locallo in Chicago, handles real estate tax assessment matters for commercial, industrial, apartment and residential property owners. She files real estate tax appeals at the Cook County Assessor’s Office and the Cook County Board of Review, files and litigates Specific Objection lawsuits in the Circuit Court of Cook County and files and attends hearings at the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board. She also assists clients in back tax and tax sale issues. Katherine earned her Bachelor’s of Arts from Northern Illinois University and her Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School.
"Become your own Lawyer" "Sui-Juris Law Part 2" It's My Opinion is back LIVE this Saturday with special guest Sui-Juirs law author Rob Johnson!!! Saturday Night 8pm eastern time! The first "Sui Juris 101" episode is below. This new broadcast special will b on said topic and the following; With the fiscal cliff and agenda 21 looming this is more important than ever. Because agenda 21 seeks to destroy the private ownership of property, it would force farmers to acquire a commercial permit just to use farm equipment on their own property. Allodial property ownership will also have to be a focal point of this as well, because allodial ownership of property, first in yourself, IS the root of all sovereignty. We'll also focus on the PRACTICAL APPLICATION of sui juris philosophy as well as practical methods for exercising and defending your freedom without permits or registration contracts.
"Learn about your rights" "Learn how to protect yourself" "learn about your rights" "know your rights" "aclu know your rights" "bar association"
Deborah J. Townsend is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. She is based out of the Orlando office.
Ms. Townsend's practice focuses primarily on immigration and nationality law. She represents broad range of clients including investors, entrepreneurs, large and small corporations, foreign national employees, families and students in all areas of immigration law.
Ms. Townsend provides a full range of immigration law services including nonimmigrant visas – B/E/H/L/O/P/TN and others, as well as employment-based, investment-based and family-based cases for U.S. lawful permanent resident status (“green cards”), student visas, asylum, naturalization, derivative citizenship, I-9 issues, employer sanctions, representation before U.S. Consulates abroad and limited representation in Immigration Court for non-criminal aliens.
Ms. Townsend is a member of the Florida Bar and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Albany Law School of Union University, Albany, N.Y.
Juris Doctor conferred in May 1979
Hood College, Frederick, Maryland
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts in Political Science) conferred in May 1976
AILA’s CFC award for “Excellence in the Practice of Immigration Law” May 2011
Chosen as one of Florida’s “Super Lawyers” from 2006-2009
Florida Bar Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law since 1996
Part Two: Veteran Proactive in leadership Mike Cubbage an OIF Infantry Mustang tells us about his book he is publishing: "Veterans Guide to Higher Education....." to help Veterans get an edge on transitioning into civilian life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mike is a Combat Veteran and native of Philadelphia who comes from a long line of military service. He enlisted in the United States Army Infantry in 2003 during the height of the War in Iraq. The majority of his enlisted career was spent with the famous 101st Airborne Division and in 2005, Mike deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was recognized as both soldier of the month and soldier of the quarter. Upon his return Mike was recommended by his command to compete for a slot in a competitive program designed to turn Non-Commissioned Officers into Commissioned Officers. In 2009 Mike was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and subsequently served out the majority of his Officer career on Sand Hill, Ft Benning,“Home of the Infantry.” Mike holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Foreign Policy from Temple University, a Master of Arts in International Relations and Conflict Resolution with a concentration in International and Transnational Security Issues from American Military University, and a Juris Doctor in U.S. Law from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law School. Mike has also published articles for the Philadelphia Metro, Florida Public Interest Law Journal, been a keynote speaker for the Temple Veterans Day Committee, and Speaker and Panelist for the Nova Law Symposium on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
OIF MUSTANG Veteran Proactive in leadership Mike Cubbage tells us about his book "Veterans Guide to Higher Education....." he is publishing to help Veterans get an edge on transitioning into civilian life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mike is a Combat Veteran and native of Philadelphia who comes from a long line of military service. He enlisted in the United States Army Infantry in 2003 during the height of the War in Iraq. The majority of his enlisted career was spent with the famous 101st Airborne Division and in 2005, Mike deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was recognized as both soldier of the month and soldier of the quarter. Upon his return Mike was recommended by his command to compete for a slot in a competitive program designed to turn Non-Commissioned Officers into Commissioned Officers. In 2009 Mike was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and subsequently served out the majority of his Officer career on Sand Hill, Ft Benning,“Home of the Infantry.” Mike holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Foreign Policy from Temple University, a Master of Arts in International Relations and Conflict Resolution with a concentration in International and Transnational Security Issues from American Military University, and a Juris Doctor in U.S. Law from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law School. Mike has also published articles for the Philadelphia Metro, Florida Public Interest Law Journal, been a keynote speaker for the Temple Veterans Day Committee, and Speaker and Panelist for the Nova Law Symposium on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Kimberly A. Goins, Esq. is a graduate from The University of Alabama, where she was the first student at The University to graduate with a joint degree in law (juris doctor) and a Master of Arts in Political Science (concentrations: International Relations, Public Administration, and Political Theory). She possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Political Science, also from The University of Alabama. She has worked in multiple areas of law, including civil and criminal law. In New York City and in Nashville, Tennessee.
She is proficient in Spanish, including writing, translating, reading, and speaking, and has successfully communicated with Spanish-speaking clients. She has been active with the American Bar Association (ABA) since law school, when she held the position of Lt. Gov. of Region IV (Alabama and Mississippi), and she now currently holds the positions of Vice Director of the Disaster Legal Services Team of the Young Lawyers Division, a position that she also held this past year, and the International Human Rights Steering Committee, through which she is Publications Editor of The Mexico newsletter. She has also served as a judge for ABA sponsored moot court competitions held in New York City.
She is an online blogger for the popular blog, thisisyourconscience.com, through which she writes about issues such as racism and sexism. She also writes for her own blogs, http://www.kimgoins.blogspot.com (songs and poetry) and her tumblr blog, http://goinsnyclawyer.tumblr.com.
Jack Martin was born and raised in California. After receiving his Juris Doctorate from UCLA, Jack worked for The Department of Defense and the aerospace industry, specializing in contracts and regulatory issues. While tracing his Californian ancestry back to the 1820s, Jack developed a passion for American history and the mystery genre. With encouragement and support from his beloved wife Sonia, he began writing. Sonia passed away on Christmas Eve 2009, following a brave battle against ovarian cancer. He promised her he would finish the books and become a published author. He is dedicated his first novel to Sonia, the love of his life.
Before "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" Jack had five Civil War mysteries published by Fireship Press: Alphonso Clay Mysteries of the Civil War: John Brown’s Body, Battle Cry of Freedom, Marching Through Georgia, The Battle Hymn of the Republic and Hail Columbia. Learn more about them at www.fireshippress.com.
Everyone knows they need to do some sort of estate planning but, often avoid the subject. After all, who wants to really sit down and plot out our own demise?! The sad fact is, if you don't, all of your best intentions will likely get dashed on the rocks of your remaining family.
This show will help you understand:
How to avoid the number one estate planning mistake
Why one size planning does not fit all
How mistakes in planning could mean years of heartache and headache for your family
Why inheritances can mess up certain members of your family
I am fortunate to have attorney Richard Scarano as my special guest this week to discuss this very thing. Born and raised in Boston, he attended the pretigious Boston Latin School and later went on to earn his Bachelors, Master's and Juris Doctorate degrees. First a school teacher (high school, undergraduate and graduate), he later pursued the practice of law, with concentrations in Estate Planning and Real Estate. His teaching background serves him and his clients well as he is able to take otherwise complex issues and make them easy and fun to understand.
As one of the partners at Holmgren Koretz Scarano in Osterville, MA, Rich makes the heavy lifting of building a great legal and financial team easy. He can be contacted at (508) 420-8899
In my 32+ years in the insurance industry, I have had the good fortune to work with many legal professionals. Most are good. Rich is one of the very best because he understands people and their issues. He even makes housecalls!
Tune in and enjoy the show.
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