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11-06-13 -- Derrick J Freeman - Glenn Jacobs - Harry Dantonio & Marc Stevens (MP3 & VIDEO LOADED)

Derrick J Freeman (Peace News Now) gives an update on the PNN daily podcast - Glenn Jacobs (Citizen X) provides a perspective via world travels - Harry Dantonio, New York State is suspending Dr. Lic. for Taxes... Marc Stevens comments on this :)
Media Type: Audio • Time: 124 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Derrick J
Topics: Peace News Now

Hour 1 - 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 124 Minutes and 0 Secs
Guests: Derrick J
Topics: Peace News Now
Hour 1 -- Derrick J Freeman (Peace News Now) gives an update on the PNN daily podcast

Hour 2 -- Glenn Jacobs (Citizen X) provides an update on economic issues facing the country 
Hour 3 -- Harry Dantonio (New York State vs Freedom) had driver's license  suspended for non payment of taxes - Marc Stevens (Adventures in Legal Land) comes on the show to provide some insight to the conversation

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Hour 1
2013-11-06 Hour 1 Derrick J Freeman
(Video Archive):

2013-11-06 Hour 1 Derrick J Freeman from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Derrick J Freeman
Peace News Now Podcast

Hour 2

Guests: Glenn Jacobs
Hour 2
2013-11-06 Hour 2 Glenn Jacobs (Video Archive):

2013-11-06 Hour 2 Glenn Jacobs from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Glenn Jacobs
Talks about Austrian Economics and provides an update on the economy and predictions for the future

Jacobs supported Ron Paul for President in 2008.[91] He is also a member of the Free State Project, and spoke at the organization's 2009 New Hampshire Liberty Forum.[92] Jacobs writes about his political beliefs and libertarian news at his blog.

Glenn Jacobs Liberty Forum Speech 2009


Previous Interview with Glenn by Ernest Hancock
January 25th, 2013 - Audio and Video
January 24th, 2013 - Audio and Video 

Hour 3

Guests: Harry Dantonio
Hour 3
2013-11-06 Hour 3 Harry Dantonio, Marc Stevens
(Video Archive):

2013-11-06 Hour 3 Harry Dantonio, Marc Stevens from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Harry Dantonio
Webpage: NewYorkStateRepublic.Com (coming soon)
Marc Stevens (Adventures in Legal Land) comes on the show to provide some insight to the conversation (3rd and 4th Segment)
Webpage: MarcStevens.Net

Activist - New York State Republic- The Future Is In The Past (website not up yet)
90's Activist, Founding Member NYC Freedom Foundation
Radio Show: "The Quickening Hour" w/Media bypass Mag. (RIP)
Redemption and Alternative Law advocate and researcher
Musician,Songwriter, Artist, DJ,
 Founding Musician of Punk Rock in NYC 1972 at CBGB's
Presently Setting up 'New York State Republic' Website. We need input from ALL Statesas to how a "perfect" state would operate where treason against The People's Freedom, Liberty and Constitution would not be tolerated! All under the label of"Education" to learn how our Republic once operated.
We will concentrate on helping each other gather a large body against the divide and conquer mentality that has been so successful to date in New York and all other STATES
I have been  looking to our alternative movement for help with little or no response to such a big issue.
As I do not want to give them the chance to give me more abuse,I have temporarily stopped traveling until I have an Expat ID if one exists!
ALL of my timely responses and letters  went ignored, unanswered or responded to with unsigned or scribbled computer generated documents. I had begged, then demanded they sign all responses clearly under penalty of perjury. I then Recieved an Unsigned Warrant, an unsigned notice of the pending
suspension and finally from a party I see absolutely NO joinder with....The DMV  (Dept of motor vehicles ). The notice of Suspension as of 10/25/13....of course Unsigned!
I am calling on all of the American people to join in a class action suit against all state tax agencies who are  actually joining up against us with our own money!!!! and to force them out of the Travel business and back into Commercial Activity where they belong...if we allow.
When will you not be able to buy an Ice Cream cone if you did not pay illegal taxes? ...probably soon.

Here is some of Section 510 it is very long

I have included what seems most important

the whole section is here:


S 510. Suspension, revocation and reissuance of licenses and
  registrations. 1. Who may suspend or revoke. Any magistrate, justice  or
  judge, in a city, in a town, or in a village, any supreme court justice,
  any  county  judge, any judge of a district court, the superintendent of
  state police and the  commissioner  of  motor  vehicles  or  any  person
  deputized  by  him, shall have power to revoke or suspend the license to
  drive a motor vehicle or motorcycle of any person, or in the case of  an
  owner, the registration, as provided herein


4-f.  Suspension  for failure to pay past-due tax liabilities. (1) The
  commissioner shall enter into a written agreement with the  commissioner
  of   taxation   and   finance,   as  provided  in  section  one  hundred
  seventy-one-v of the tax law, which shall set forth the  procedures  for
  suspending  the  drivers'  licenses  of  individuals  who have failed to
  satisfy past-due tax liabilities as  such  terms  are  defined  in  such
    (2)  Upon  receipt of notification from the department of taxation and
  finance  that  an  individual  has  failed  to  satisfy   past-due   tax
  liabilities,  or  to otherwise make payment arrangements satisfactory to
  the commissioner of taxation and finance, or has failed to  comply  with
  the  terms  of  such payment arrangements more than once within a twelve
  month period, the commissioner or his or her  agent  shall  suspend  the
  license  of  such  person  to operate a motor vehicle. In the event such
  person is unlicensed, such person's privilege  of  obtaining  a  license
  shall  be  suspended.  Such  suspension  shall take effect no later than
  fifteen days from the date of the notice thereof provided to the  person
  whose  license  or  privilege of obtaining a license is to be suspended,
  and shall remain in effect  until  such  time  as  the  commissioner  is
  advised   that  the  person  has  satisfied  his  or  her  past-due  tax
  liabilities, or has otherwise made payment arrangements satisfactory  to
  the commissioner of taxation and finance.
    (3)  From  the  time the commissioner is notified by the department of
  taxation and finance under  this  section,  the  commissioner  shall  be
  relieved  from  all  liability  to such person which may otherwise arise
  under this section, and such person shall have no right  to  commence  a
  court  action  or  proceeding or to any other legal recourse against the
  commissioner to recover such driving privileges as  authorized  by  this
  section.  In  addition, notwithstanding any other provision of law, such
  person shall have no right to a  hearing  or  appeal  pursuant  to  this
  chapter with respect to a suspension of driving privileges as authorized
  by this section.
    (4)  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law  to  the  contrary,  the
  department shall furnish the department of taxation and finance with the
  information necessary for the proper  identification  of  an  individual
  referred   to  the  department  for  the  purpose  of  driver's  license
  suspension  pursuant  to  this   section   and   section   one   hundred
  seventy-one-v  of the tax law. This shall include the individual's name,
  social security number and any other  information  the  commissioner  of
  motor vehicles deems necessary.
    (5)  Any  person  whose  driver's  license  is  suspended  pursuant to
  paragraph two of this subdivision  may  apply  for  the  issuance  of  a
  restricted  use  license  as  provided in section five hundred thirty of
  this title.
    5. Restoration. A license or registration may be restored by direction
  of the commissioner but  not  otherwise.  Reversal  on  appeal,  of  any
  conviction because of which any license or registration has been revoked
  or suspended, shall entitle the holder to restoration thereof forthwith.
  The  privileges  of  a  non-resident may be restored by direction of the
  commissioner in his discretion but not otherwise.
    6. Restrictions. a. Where revocation is mandatory  hereunder,  no  new
  license  shall  be issued for at least six months or, in certain cases a
  longer period as specified in this chapter, nor  thereafter,  except  in
  the discretion of the commissioner of motor vehicles.
    b.  Except  as  otherwise provided in paragraph c of this subdivision,
  where  revocation  is  mandatory  pursuant  to  subparagraph  (iii)   of
  paragraph  a  of  subdivision  two  of  this  section, no new commercial
  driver's license shall be issued for at least one  year  nor  thereafter
  except in the discretion of the commissioner, except that if such person
  has  previously  been  found to have refused a chemical test pursuant to
  section eleven hundred ninety-four  of  this  chapter  or  has  a  prior
  conviction  of  any  of the following offenses: any violation of section
  eleven hundred ninety-two of this chapter; any violation of  subdivision
  one  or  two  of  section  six  hundred  of this chapter; or has a prior
  conviction of any felony involving the use of a motor  vehicle  pursuant
  to  paragraph  (a)  of  subdivision one of section five hundred ten-a of
  this article, then such commercial driver's license revocation shall  be
    c.  Where  revocation  is  mandatory  pursuant  to  subdivision one of
  section five hundred ten-a of this  chapter  or  subparagraph  (iii)  of
  paragraph  a  of  subdivision  two  of this section and the violation of
  subdivision two of section six hundred of  this  chapter  was  committed
  while  operating  a  commercial  motor  vehicle  transporting  hazardous
  materials, no new commercial driver's license shall  be  issued  for  at
  least  three  years  nor  thereafter  except  in  the  discretion of the
  commissioner, except that if such person has previously  been  found  to
  have  refused  a  chemical  test  pursuant  to  section  eleven  hundred
  ninety-four of this chapter or has a prior  conviction  of  any  of  the
  following  offenses:  any violation of section eleven hundred ninety-two
  of this chapter; any violation of subdivision one or two of section  six
  hundred  of  this  chapter;  or  has  a  prior  conviction of any felony
  involving the use of a  motor  vehicle  pursuant  to  paragraph  (a)  of
  subdivision one of section five hundred ten-a of this article, then such
  commercial driver's license revocation shall be permanent.
If they come a knock'in...
and ask'in lots of questions...

If the gov'mint comes a knock'in and they're ask'in lots of questions, about you or people you know, consider this statement told to me year's ago..."When you go to them with a problem, they may be your friend, but when they come to talk to you, they are NEVER your friend. Be leary of them."

Consider the information below as a public service message. Stand up and ask some questions.

Good input from a lawyer friend, about the questionnaire... "There's nothing wrong with asking those questions, but there's no requirement in the law that they all be answered. I don't think you could ever require a public servant disclose his or her residence address when acting within the scope of their job. Office address, yes.""It is kind of meaningless to ask them if they will uphold the Constitution, since even if they answer "yes," whether they are acting within the Constitution is a legal question for a court to ultimately decide if the agent's conduct becomes an issue. They took an oath of office already, and that oath requires them to support and defend the Constitution. They're not going to say, "no." And if they do violate their oath, the signed questionnaire answer will be superfluous." Questions as to whether cooperation is voluntary or mandatory, and consequences for not answering, are good ones. I suspect few agents will give you a direct answer unless they know they can charge you for obstruction of justice, etc. If you really don't want to talk, it makes sense to ask whether the agent thinks you must talk, or else.""You really can't require agents to disclose third parties, and information they've obtained from them, as a general matter. Think about a criminal investigation. You can't have a witnesses' testimony tainted by telling them what another witness saw or heard, for example." Of course, no public servant is going to sign such a questionnaire. But as a general matter, it wouldn't hurt to have the list handy to ask some of the questions orally. If the agent refuses to answer the important ones, then my attitude could well be less cooperative than if they were forthcoming with me."
by Daniel J. Schultz. Daniel
Key Points
An American does not have to speak with a government agent unless the citizen has been arrested. Americans have a right to privacy, to be left alone. The PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 (Public Law 93-579), empowers citizens to require full, written disclosure from a government official who seeks information. You may insist on complete disclosure as a precondition to speaking with any government official.
The Limits On Federal Power
Law-abiding citizens are sometimes visited by agents of the Federal government for no apparent reason. It is helpful, at the time of these visits, to recall that unless a citizen has been placed under arrest (either because a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe the citizen has committed a crime or because the officer has in his possession an arrest warrant issued by a judge who believes there is probable cause the citizen has committed a crime, a citizen does not have to entertain the company of government agents. Citizens also have the right, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, not to testify against themselves. Thus, when "the government" comes knocking on one's door, you have the right to simply say, "Please go away." Unless the government officer places you under arrest (there must be probable cause, or an arrest warrant based on probable cause), the officer must obey your wishes.
Be Helpful.... On Your Terms
Of course, citizens also have a vested interest in assisting "the government" in its role of crime-solver. Most of us understand the need to help "the government" to apprehend criminals. But it is also helpful, when "the government" arrives at your place of employment or at your home, to know how to find out why government agents have appeared on YOUR doorstep. A handy little questionnaire that I came across years ago will do the trick. It's called the "Public Servant Questionnaire." A version accompanies this article. The "PSQ" was developed by Lynn Johnston, author of Who's Afraid of the IRS? (Libertarian Review Foundation: 1983, ISBN 0-930073-03-7). The PSQ is based on the requirements placed upon the government by the Privacy Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-579), an amending law to Title 5, United States Code, Section 552, and is included as Section 552a. If a citizen chooses to cooperate with government officials who are seeking information, BEFORE questioning begins, the citizen should politely inform the government agent or agents that a prerequisite for the citizen's cooperation with "the government" is the agent's cooperation with the citizen.
Do It Right, The First Time
The questions should then be put to each agent, and the citizen should enter the answers onto the questionnaire. Copies should be provided to each agent, either at the time of the questioning or by mail to the agent after the visit. The questionnaire informs the government agent that the citizen knows his rights and knows which limited powers the government agent has been granted by the people. Most probably some government agents will not want to fill out or sign the PSQ. That's fine. They can then be sent on their merry way. They may need to explain to their superiors, and a court of law, and a jury, on another day, why they refused to cooperate with the reasonable questions of the highest officeholder in the land, a citizen.

Public Law 93-579 states in part: "The purpose of this Act is to provide certain safeguards for an individual against invasion of personal privacy requiring Federal agencies... to permit an individual to determine what records pertaining to him are collected, maintained, used or disseminated by such agencies...."

The following questions are based upon that act and are necessary for this individual to make a reasonable determination concerning divulgence of information to this agency.

Name of public servant: _________________________________________________________________ Residence address: ____________________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________ State _________ Zip __________ Name of department of government, bureau, or agency by which public servant is employed: ____________________________________________________ Supervisor's name: _____________________ Office mailing address:____________________________________________
City ____________________________________ State _________ Zip __________ Will public servant uphold the Constitution of the United States of America? Yes ______ No ______ Did public servant furnish proof of identity? Yes ______ No ______ What was the nature of proof?
ID No. _____________________ Badge No. _____________________ Driver's License No. _____________________ Will public servant furnish a copy of the law or regulation which authorizes this investigation? Yes ______ No ______ Will the public servant read aloud that portion of the law authorizing the questions he will ask? Yes ______ No ______ Are the citizen's answers voluntary? ______ Or Mandatory? ______ Are the questions to be asked based upon a specific law or regulation? ______
or are they being used as a discovery process? ______ What other uses may be made of this information?
_______________________________________________________________________ What other agencies may have access to this information? _______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________ What will be the effect upon me if I should choose to not answer any part of these questions? _______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________ Name of person in government requesting that this investigation be made? __________________________________________ Is this investigation "general?" ______ or is it "special?" ______
Note: By "general" is meant any kind of blanket investigation in which a number of persons are involved because of geography, type of business, sex, religion, race, schooling, income, etc. By "special" is meant any investigation of an individual nature in which others are not involved. Have you consulted, questioned, interviewed, or received information from any third party relative to this investigation?
Yes ______ No ______ If yes, the identity of all such third parties?
_____________________________________________________________________ Do you reasonably anticipate either a civil or criminal action to be initiated or pursued based upon any of the information which you seek? Yes ______ No ______ Is there a file of records, information, or correspondence relating to me being maintained by this agency? Yes ______ No ______ Is this agency using any information pertaining to me which was supplied by another agency or government source? Yes______ No ______ If yes, which agencies and/or sources? _________________________________________________________________ Will the public servant guarantee that the information in these files will not be used by any other department other than the one by whom he is employed? Yes ______ No ______

I, __________________________________________________, swear (or affirm) that the answers I have given to the foregoing questions are complete and correct in every particular.

______________________________________________________ Date: ____/____/____
(Must be signed & dated in ink. This signature should be witnessed by two people, if possible. Citizen may administer an oath if he or she so desires.)

Witness ______________________________________________________ Date: ____/____/____

Witness ______________________________________________________ Date: ____/____/____

Daniel J. Schultz. Daniel is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and a practicing attorney in Los Angeles, California. He is the President, and a co-founding member of The Lawyer's Second Amendment Society (LSAS), a nationwide network of pro-right to keep and bear arms attorneys. Inquiries to the LSAS may be made to 818-734-3066 or by writing to the LSAS, 18034 Ventura Blvd, No. 329, Encino, CA 91316. The email address for the LSAS is:


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