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Why Doesn't Your State Coin Money? The States Can Issue Gold and Silver Coin Constitutionally

Although I like the spirit of the page... I'm not really down with needing statutes or acts to compel GovCorp to get back to within the boundaries of the constitution.

http://www.constitutionaltender.com/

If you REALLY wanna end the FED -> Let's do it by taking a bite at a time instead of trying to woof down the whole cow in one swallow.

Constitutional Tender Act

The United States Constitution declares, in Article I, Section 10, "No State shall... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts". This means that no State can make something besides gold or silver a "tender in payment" (which means they cannot "make something else an offer as payment") for any debts, which would include debts owed by and to the State. However, EVERY State in the United States of America HAS made some other "Thing" an offer as payment - they have by law declared that they will accept, and pay out, Federal Reserve Notes for any debts owed by or to them. Therefore, every State is in violation of Article I, Section 10 of the U.S. Constitution. Thus the need for the "Constitutional Tender Act" -- a bill template that can be introduced in every State legislature in the nation, returning each of them to adherence to the United States Constitution's actual legal tender provisions.

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Private mints can coin gold and silver coins too

And use to quite a bit.

In fact, during the beginning of this country, most silver in circulation was Spanish pieces of eight, not American coined.

Because an ounce of silver is an ounce of silver no matter who coins it, or even if it is coined instead of weighed.

The great thing about non-fiat money - it is what it is in nature. An ounce of silver is an ounce of silver. It is not decreed into existence. It doesn't cease to be silver because the wrong person coined it, nor is coining a magical property that imparts anything new.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

The money relation between the people, the States and the US.

Section 1 Article 8.5
The Congress shall have Power To coin Money...

Article I, Section 10, "No State shall... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts".

Originally, States collected Federal Taxes and forwarded them. These two clauses Prevented states from collecting anything but Congressionaly minted gold and silver Coin.

It prevented states from submitting anything but coined Money to the US Treasury.

Foreign Coin would be made regular according to the fixed Standard of Weights and Measures.

One Dollar is 371 4/16 grains of pure silver, by definition or (24.057g).

http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1921-1935-Silver-Peace-Doll... $FRN 22.25(20/3/2013).

Having Coins branded by Congress was intended to promote ease of exchange between the people and their State and the State and the US. Treasury.

If we hold to the definition of a Dollar in grains or gram-equivalent of pure silver then anyone can assay, weight and determine how many Dollars they are holding.

I have a small handful of US Coins and Canadian coins. Roughly 371.25 grains.

Constitutional Money has been waiting for us to recognize its value. The new colonies had suffered the booms and busts of paper monies. Did the founders leave away out?

All we need do is agree on the weight of the Dollar. The market will adjust.

If we use the 1792 definition then we have 220 years of Dollar described references.

Free includes debt-free!

It would be just as fraudulent...

...as the federal government issuing money, specie-backed or otherwise.

The federal government does not issue the currency.

They are supposed to but if you've done your homework you know the FED is a private banking cartel that prints up the cash at the cost of paper and ink and LOANS it to the FedGovCorp AT INTEREST.

Yes I'm aware of that

Not the "supposed to" malarky, of course, since no government ever has a legitimate authority to issue money. Free markets, and no interference, in all things including banking.

That "homework" you're talking about is nothing but NWO agitprop designed to trick a generation's worth of useful idiots into pointing fingers of blame away from the NWO. "Banksters" are not behind the ongoing global scam, they are merely tools like politicians and bureaucrats.

The reason Morgan et al tried to get an Act passed for their central bank scheme was their thorough understanding that a central bank is something that cannot exist under natural societal conditions (i.e. freedom of commerce & trade), that their "bank of banks" would have gone bankrupt inside a month if left to the competition of the free market (i.e. it would have attracted zero customers). No, coercion was necessary, and as always there is only one thing in existence that can create a monopoly: that very government which useful idiots parroting NWO Change Agents like Ellen Brown insist must be in charge of money supplies.

Just like marxians, today's useful idiots -- including self-professed libertarians -- are claiming that a government-created monopoly which is hurting them is evidence of "private market conspiracy." Rubbish, of course. Anyone who believes that evidence of fraud within the term "central bank" is the word "bank" instead of the word "central" is someone who has been swindled NWO-style.

While the loans it gives the

While the loans it gives the big banks are usually of zero or negative interest.

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I wouldn't count on PA to do

I wouldn't count on PA to do anything sensible. In some regards it offers some mild freedom, but in most areas it is purely tyrannical. A commonwealth used to be a synonym for a republic, but today it's obviously a synonym for communism.

A lot of people here are crying that the governor is finally shifting liquor sales to the private sector. We have a property tax elimination act trying to be enacted at the moment that will raise the sales tax to 7% and get rid of yearly property taxes. I wonder if it will mean people can finally get a land patent for their property. People are pretty much against that too, crying about how education is some birthright and that the quality is going to go downhill if schools suddenly lose money. I guess they are happy just letting schools blow millions on giant stadiums while the education is total crap while they are forced to pay more rent on their land every year. Scholastic sports should be sponsored by local businesses. Not a penny from the state should be used for sports. All it does is breed idiots jocks who grow up working shit jobs, and a minute minority actually go on to be professionals who really don't do anything good for society with their hundreds of millions.

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I'm in Philly. It's awful.

I'm in Philly.

It's awful.

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I'm near Reading and work in

I'm near Reading and work in KOP. I don't make shit compared to the cost of living up near the shit-hole of Reading. The wages up there are pretty much minimum wage. Even working down here I can't afford to not rent a room from someone. Getting an apartment would mean a diet of ramen noodles and especially no car (I don't even have one now). The lack of economy has just made the area trashy. Nothing but fat bitches. PA is definitely run by fat old wealthy white people (I am white, so I'm not a minority making this a race thing).

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So the only comment we can muster here

is a defeatist explanation of why we can't fix anything?

Did you at least listen to my other proposed solution?

How is it defeatist? Do you

How is it defeatist? Do you live in PA? PA is a place where most people are content with their freedoms being raped while focusing on issues that are pretty unimportant.

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Okay so you've eliminated one option

how about the other? There were two workable solutions on this post. Agree to disagree regarding the first.

I never agree to disagree.

I never agree to disagree. It's the typical attitude of the blind optimist trying to make everything positive. I disagree to agree.

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Thanks for your response

to my question. NOT!

There are two SIMPLE solutions either the STATE

could do or USGovCorp could do: Either coin money or start issuing their own FREE fiat currency interest free.

THEY ARE NOT GOING TO DO IT anytime soon and we need solutions FAST!