TWO TYPES OF GOVERNMENT:
The following is the definition of two types of government: DeFacto and DeJure.
DeFacto Government: is a government that operates like a government, but in reality is operating under “color “ of law. Example of “Colorable” It looks, acts, and quacks like a duck, but it ISN”T a duck.
De Jure Government: A government of Laws, as in the U.S. Constitutional Republic. (Constitutional Republic……nowadays referred to as, “The house nobody lives in”) In other words its here but not being used .
UCC : Uniform Commercial Code. Rules for commerce and credit currently being used for the commercial Corporate government. In court, it is a statutory jurisdiction. Statutory government is not under the Constitution; “Congress shall pass no expost facto laws or bills of attainder.” (Google: Clearfield Trust vs. U.S. (1942 )
One of the important links between the Constitution and the U.C.C. governing systemsis the fact that: Statutes not in conformity with the U.S. Constitution, are null and void and are as if never written down.
Another reason to study your Constitution. Find out for yourself if a law is valid.