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Ever more torture. [These Congress critters don't even wash their own coffee mugs. If they do anything they do it with words.  Looks like they're hypnotists.]

Since §451 makes DCUS a shell term for USDC or more correctly makes all the courts a mere hypnotic suggestion to be reinforced by defacto throwing up of marble/concrete buildings and filling them with employees and flags is there a corresponding shell term switch for DCUS prescribed in Titles 18 and 26 and ?

Does there even need to be? Aren't the DCUSs prescribed laundered by the language of §451? So haven't we been chump to believe crime and tax and civil rights actions were intended for Art. III DCUS?

And we're double chumps if we believe USDCs are established in anything other than the public's imagination.

What are the THINGS or PLACES that are divided into or comprise districts? States have proximity to geographical territories known by certain names but these names are NOT in the law dictionaries and when they appear in lay dictionaries (usually they don't appear) their definitions are very queer and irregular. Why are the districts not defined by reference to land surveys in the public record? How did George Washington define the districts he established (or did Ol' George do the enumeration trick?)? Chapter 5 as far as West's and Lawyer's Ed. reveal show that the genesis for the 1948 districting goes back only as early as 1911.

1 USC §106(a) confesses that Congress never authorizes laws to be promulgated. "Bury our meaningless utterances,<statutes> in the archives"!

Gossamer, utterly gossamer is 28 USC for courts.

28 USC § 610. Courts defined (Isn'this is decoy? Doesn't  §451 really control ?)

As used in this chapter the word ''courts'' includes the courts of appeals and district courts of the United States, the United States District Court for the District of the Canal Zone, the District Court of Guam, the District Court of the Virgin Islands, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the Court of International Trade.

28 USC §451

As used in this title:

The term ''court of the United States'' includes the Supreme Court of the United States, courts of appeals, district courts constituted by chapter 5 of this title, including  (only) the Court of International Trade and any court created by Act of Congress (if any) the judges of which are entitled to hold office during good behavior.

The terms ''district court'' and ''district court of the United States'' mean the courts constituted by chapter 5 of this title. [Does this "constituted by" mean "set up or established according to law"? Do chapters set things up or do they merely contain provisions for setting things up? To be promulgated? §132 does not set anything up, it observes what may come about by its own accord or by the invisible hand of the IMF.]


The terms ''district'' and ''judicial district'' means the districts enumerated in Chapter 5 of this title.

The term ''department'' means one of the executive departments enumerated in section 1 of Title 5, unless the context shows that such term was intended to describe the executive, legislative, or judicial branches of the government.

[When it comes down to law, there ain't none. For judicial procedures title <truth or consequences time> no judicial districts are established, for the executive, no departments are established.]

28 USC §132. Creation and composition of district courts

(a) There shall be in each judicial district a district court which shall be a court of record known as the United States District Court for the district.

[By the I.M. Fund, not by Congress's authority. No respectable President would promulgate upon such ridiculous vague and evasive word craft as Congress employs. Congress does not authorize nor direct any promulgation. ?In a legitimate government would the supreme court Chief justice promulgate a matter related to court functions if authorized and directed rather than the President promulgating to another branch?]

28 USC § 84. California [Same structure as for all States]

California is divided into four judicial districts to be known as the Northern, Eastern, Central, and Southern Districts of California.

[California = an unknown in law. No Law Dictionary defines this term. A political unit, a corporation joined the union. No territory ever joined the union.]

[is divided into = an observation not an act. Congress observes that the IMF has maybe done something on its own]

[to be known as = a supposition about the future, not an act, not a prescription, a suggestion planted.]


(a) The Northern District comprises the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake  Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Sonoma.  [counties of, not counties commonly known as, not the counties:]

Court for the Northern District shall be held at Eureka, Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose.

Pronunciation: "ka-l&-'for-ny&
state SW U.S. * Sacramento area 158,693 sq mi (412,602 sq km), population 29,760,020

Pronunciation: 'tek-s&s, -siz
Function: noun
Etymology: Texas, state of U.S.; from the naming of cabins on Mississippi steamboats after states, the officers' cabins being the largest
Date: 1857
: a structure on the awning deck of a steamer that contains the officers' cabins and has the pilothouse in front or on top

Pronunciation: 'tek-s&s, -siz
state S U.S. * Austin area 267,339 sq mi (695,081 sq km), population 16,986,510
- Tex·an /-s&n/ adjective or noun

Pronunciation: v&r-'ji-ny&, -'ji-nE-&
state E U.S. * Richmond area 40,817 sq mi (106,124 sq km), population 6,187,358

Variant(s): or Mas·sa·chu·sett /"ma-s&-'chü-s&t, -z&t also "mas-'chü-/
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural Massachusets or Massachuset or Masachusetts or Massachusett
Etymology: Massachuset, a locality, literally, at the big hill
Date: 1616
1 : a member of an American Indian people of Massachusetts
2 : the extinct Algonquian language of the Massachuset people

Pronunciation: "ma-s&-'chü-s&ts, "mas-'chü-, -z&ts
state NE U.S. * Boston area 8257 sq mi (21,468 sq km), population 6,016,425

Unit·ed States
Pronunciation: yu-'nI-t&d-, esp Southern 'yü-"
Function: noun plural but singular or plural in construction
Date: 1617
: a federation of states especially when forming a nation in a usually specified territory <advocating a United States of Europe

United States of America
Variant(s): or United States /yu-"nI-t&d-'stAts, especially Southern 'yü-/
country N. America bordering on Atlantic, Pacific, & Arctic oceans; a federal republic * Washington area 3,615,123 sq mi (9,399,320 sq km), population 249,632,692

Pronunciation: 'stAt
Function: noun
Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English stat, from Old French & Latin; Old French estat, from Latin status, from stare to stand -- more at STAND
Date: 13th century

1 a : mode or condition of being <a state of readiness> b (1) : condition of mind or temperament <in a highly nervous state> (2) : a condition of abnormal tension or excitement

2 a : a condition or stage in the physical being of something <insects in the larval state> <the gaseous state of water> b : any of various conditions characterized by definite quantities (as of energy, angular momentum, or magnetic moment) in which an atomic system may exist

3 a : social position; especially : high rank b (1) : elaborate or luxurious style of living (2) : formal dignity : POMP -- usually used with in

4 a : a body of persons constituting a special class in a society : ESTATE 3 b plural : the members or representatives of the governing classes assembled in a legislative body c obsolete : a person of high rank (as a noble)

5 a : a politically organized body of people usually occupying a definite territory; especially : one that is sovereign b : the political organization of such a body of people c : a government or politically organized society having a particular character <a police state> <the welfare state>

6 : the operations or concerns of the government of a country

7 a : one of the constituent units of a nation having a federal government <the fifty states> b plural, capitalized : The United States of America

8 : the territory of a state

Webster's Collegiate Dictionary

Sorry, california was not found in the headwords of the 1913 Webster Dictionary!! Remember, this is a 1913 edition, so it is missing many modern English words and definitions. Cross-references are identified automatically and may not correspond to valid headwords identified in the source data.

Vir*gin"i*a (?), n. One of the States of the United States of America. -- a. Of or pertaining to the State of Virginia.

Tex"as (?), n. A structure on the hurricane deck of a steamer, containing the pilot house, officers' cabins, etc. [Western U.S.] Knight.

Colorado beetle (Page: 280)

Col`o*ra"do bee"tle (?). (Zoöl.) A yellowish beetle (Doryphora decemlineata), with ten longitudinal, black, dorsal stripes. It has migrated eastwards from its original habitat in Colorado, and is very destructive to the potato plant; -- called also potato beetle and potato bug. See Potato beetle.

Colorado group (Page: 280)

Col`o*ra"do group (?). (Geol.) A subdivision of the cretaceous formation of western North America, especially developed in Colorado and the upper Missouri region.

Sorry, massachusetts was not found in the headwords of the 1913 Webster Dictionary!! Remember, this is a 1913 edition, so it is missing many modern English words and definitions. Cross-references are identified automatically and may not correspond to valid headwords identified in the source data.

Sorry, new+york was not found in the headwords of the 1913 Webster Dictionary!! Remember, this is a 1913 edition, so it is missing many modern English words and definitions. Cross-references are identified automatically and may not correspond to valid headwords identified in the source data.


1. a state in the W United States, on the Pacific coast. 31,878,234; 158,693 sq. mi. (411,015 sq. km). Cap.: Sacramento. Abbr.: CA, Cal., Calif.

2. Gulf of, an arm of the Pacific Ocean, extending NW between the coast of W Mexico and the peninsula of Baja California. ab. 750 mi. (1207 km) long; 62,600 sq. mi. (162,100 sq. km).

Cal i.for nian, adj., n.

Unit ed States , n. a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with Alaska and Hawaii, 3,615,122 sq. mi. (9,363,165 sq. km). Cap.: Washington, D.C. Abbr.: U.S., US Also called United States of America.

Republic -Oran's Dictionary of the Law

A country with a government by elected officials and, in theory, with ultimate power in the hands of the citizens.

republic Webster's Law Dictionary

1: a government having a chief of state who is not a monarch and who in modern times is usu. a president

: a political unit (as a nation) having such a form of government

2: a government in which supreme power resides in a body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by elected officers and representatives responsible to them and governing according to law

: a political unit (as a nation) having such a form of government


1 a: a politically organized body of people usu. occupying a definite territory

: one that is sovereign

b: the political organization that has supreme civil authority and political power and serves as the basis of government
(see also compelling state interest at interest § 3a separation of church and state)

c: a government or politically organized society having a particular character
Example: a police state

2: the operations or concerns of the government of a country: the sphere of administration and supreme political power of a country (as in international relations)
Example: secrets of state
Example: affairs of state

3 a: one of the constituent units of a nation having a federal government

: one of the fifty such units comprising the great part of the U.S.
(see also state law)

b: the territory of a state (Not the boundries, not all within the boundries, only public real property, publically owned land)

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