The Difference Between A Citizen And A Civilian

Main Entry: cit·i·zen
Function: noun
Etymology: Anglo-French citezein, alteration of Old French citeien, from cité city
1 : a native or naturalized individual who owes allegiance to a government (as of a state or nation) and is entitled to the enjoyment of governmental protection and to the exercise of civil rights —see also Scott v. Sandford in the IMPORTANT CASES section amendment xiv to the CONSTITUTION in the back matter —compare RESIDENT
NOTE: Under the Fourteenth Amendment, “all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside.” A person born outside of the U.S. to parents who were born or naturalized in the U.S. is also a citizen of the U.S. A corporation is not considered a citizen for purposes of the privileges and immunities clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. A corporation is, however, deemed a citizen of the state in which it is incorporated or has its principal place of business for purposes of diversity jurisdiction.
2 : a resident of a town or state who is also a U.S. native or was naturalized in the U.S.





Main Entry: ci·vil·ian
Function: noun
: a specialist in Roman or modern civil law





ITS TIME TO REMEMBER CIVIL LAW, AND OUR CONSTITUTION. OUR RIGHTS ARE BEING TAKEN AWAY FOR OUR "PROTECTION" THAT'S BULL-SH!T !!!!!!!!!!!!!


TIME TO FIND OUT IF YOUR STATE HAS ASSEMBLED..

"WE THE PEOPLE" HAVE ASSEMBLED!

www.assemblypost.com check it out before george orwell's book "1984" comes true..

Leighou Leighou
18-21
Jul 14, 2010