Identification Credentials: Mandatory or Voluntary?
Second Edition

Copyright 2015, 2017 by Steven D. Miller
Published by A.C.E. Unlimited, distributed by Smashwords



This book will prove:

-- By applying for government credentials, Americans have submitted to legalities they did not understand.

-- Your government’s definition of the term motor vehicle is not what you have been told.

-- Your government’s definition of the term driver is not what you have been told.

-- Police checkpoints are not what you have been led to believe.

-- Your passport is not what you have been led to believe.

-- Your birth certificate is not what you have been led to believe.

-- Ex-Soviet KGB chiefs wrote the U.S. Real ID Laws.

-- Government was created to secure the blessings of Liberty. Not to deny it.

-- In 1803 the U.S. Supreme Court refused to allow government officers to be issued identification credentials.

-- In 1964 the U.S. Supreme Court said identification credentials are “abhorrent in the United States.”

-- IDs are only issued to those who have allegiances to the issuer. According to a Department of Homeland Security regulation, those swearing allegiances agree to “perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law” for the rest of your life. This allegiance is an agreement that your future labor is collateral for the national debt. Arbeit macht frei. Work will set you free. But only if your labor, at prison wages, can pay off your debt.

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