CITIZENS. Citizens are members of a political community who,
in their associated capacity, have established or submitted themselves
to the dominion of a government for the promotion of their general
welfare and the protection of their individual as well as collective
rights.---U.S. v Cruikshank, 92 U.S. 542---
If one is
established as a “people”, individually or collectively, then one is
entitled to all the rights, which formerly belonged to the King by his
prerogative. Lansing v. Smith, 4 Wend. 9 (N.Y.) (1829), 21 Am.Dec. 89
10C Const. Law Sec. 298; 18 C Em.Dom. Sec. 3, 228; 37 C Nav.Wat. Sec.
219; Nuls Sec. 167; 48 C Wharves Sec. 3, 7.
A people may
do anything he or she wishes to do so long as it does not damage,
injure, or impair the same Right or property of another individual. 10
Pick. 9; United States Exp. Co. v. Henderson, 69 Iowa, 40, 28 N. W.
426; Greenl. Ev. 469a quoted in Hale v. Henkel, 201 U.S. 43 (1906). A
people owes no duty to the state or the public as long as he does not
Lansing v. Smith 21 D. 89. people of a state
are entitled to all rights which formerly belonged to the king by his
prerogative..........2. Citizens - United States citizenship does not
entitle citizen to rights and privileges of state citizenship.
Citizenship of the United States does not entitle citizen to privileges
and immunities of citizen of the state,since privileges and immunities
of one are not the same as the other. Tashiro v. Jordan S.F.1234G.