SMH @ you thinkin so called reputable sources are going to snitch on themselves. They make money by propping up this facade. They won't deny it, but they will play word games like a muthfucka.
What you have to do is watch videos, compare case law notes that are brought up and do your own investigation into the matter. The system is propped up by people who are ignorant of the law and their position. By system I mean all of it from the law students all the way up to the SC judge.
Ask questions, make inquiries compare notes. Nobody is gonna hand you an answer all gift wrapped and pre packaged for you, that's lazy scholarship.
I'll start you off:
What are the rights of the people listed in the constitution? Can these rights be taken away or are they inalienable? IS the constitution a document that empowers the people or the government? What is the role of government? What's the balance of power between the people and the state?
Investigate these questions they'll lead to answers and more questions.
It's funny, the questions you asked are more related to our social contract than our government. Stop it, bruh. EVERY single lawyer at EVERY single law school even third tier schools is working to keep the bullshit going. You know how many people that is? There isn't enough Kool Aid in this world to get all those people to buy in. Give me a reputable source or shut up. Don't make an excuse as to why you can't, just proice one.
SMH @ you thinking you can demand something from me.
The Constitution is the most important contract between the people and each other and the people and the state. If you don't understand the spirit and the importance of the constitution then you won't understand how you're being hustled.
I asked you the questions, you can choose to investigate them or not that is completely on you. Your 'reputable' source qualification is just a cop out. DO you think it's going to be found in an article in Time or in a Law Review Quarterly.
Ask the questions you'll find the court cases and the constitutional arguments.
Do you even know the difference between a law and a statute or code?
How about the importance in using the word 'of' in the naming of cities and towns and the like?
How about the legal definition of 'person' and how its used is legislation. Or natural person, or legal fiction?
The importance of addressing items in all capital LETTERS.
You don't have to get people to buy into anything. If they buck what are they gonna do? How are they going to expose the fraud that's been carried on since the mid 1800s? If all you do is give people Kool-Aid eventually their thirst will overwhelm them and they will drink. Most people drink without even that much resistance because the thought process has been conditioned on an individual level instead of a collective one.
It's how you can get 'good' cops to turn a blind eye to those who abuse their powers. Same principle.
I didn't read any thing but the first 3 lines of your post.
The Constitution is not a social contract, the declaration of independence is. The declaration of independence is the foundation of our democracy, not the constitution. That's why when the articles of confederation wasn't working, we scratched it and created the constitution.
There are no youtube vids about this, so I wouldn't expect you to understand it.
You are right about the DOI it was the foundation of breaking away from the British empire, and is the foundation of any right of revolution by the people. I misspoke. However the importance of the constitution lies in the fact that not only do the Bill of Rights list the inalienable or presumed rights of people it also expressly says that people have inalienable rights not specifically listed. One of those rights in particular is the right to travel in a so called free republic. Being that Congress has its limits expressly written in the constitution it has no authority to license or permit people to exercise a right. In fact a Driver's License is only valid under Congress's power to regulate interstate commerce. The same can be theorized with Vehicle Registration and Firearm permits. If I'm not mistaken all of these things are licensed by the State but according to the 14th amendment, or case law using the 14th amendment, no state can make a law abridging legal def (abridge (Divest), verb attach, deprive of, dispossess of, disseise, divest of, expropriate, limit, restrict, seize, strip, take away, usurp, wrest from) the people's rights.
@ the emboldened I've read many a case law on the subject of permits and licensing
Federal court decision: "A state cannot impose a license, tax or fee on a constitutionally protected right. Murdock vs. Pennsylvania 319 US 105 (1942)." For those who rely on law and commonsense, the possession of firearms is clearly "a constitutionally protected right". Regardless of this truth, most states require a citizen to pay a "fee" (registration or background check "fee") in order to obtain a "license" (concealed carry "license") before keeping and/or bearing a firearm. And, a federal and/or state "tax" (firearms and ammunitions sales "tax" or machine gun "tax" collected by the BATF)is always levied at the time of firearm transaction.
Supreme Court decision: The U.S. Supreme Court broadly and unequivocally held that requiring licensing or registration of any constitutional right is itself unconstitutional. --Follett vs. Town of McCormick, S.C., 321 U.S. 573  This rather settles the question concerning the unconstitutionality of licensing, taxation or registration of a constitutional right.
http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data/constitution/amendment02/ (firearm restrictions)
http://www.guncite.com/journals/vanalful.html (firearm restrictions)
Dude, that's incorrect on so many levels.
First, Congress has nothing to do with your driver's license, so your entire first paragraph is moot. We have a federal system. meaning we have sovereign states that are able to govern themselves. Meaning Maryland has its licensing process, virginia has its own, etc.
I did my research, the case you're referring to was about religion and unfair licenses and fees against jehovah's witnesses. The right to travel, is a right. The right to travel within a state, is a legal right. The mode of transportation, however, is not. You can walk any fucking place you want to. But on issues completely unaddressed by the constitution, States have the right to govern them. There are pressures exerted on those states by the federal government(usually threatening to withold grants and other money in order to get them to do what they want, but at the end of the day it's a state issue.
What you're saying sounds cool I suppose, but it would never hold up in court.
Do you have any resources where I can educate myself to emancipate myself from this type of slavery?
yes !! i wrote a book on the subject
You should really think about editing the description to the book. I mean you would think the description for a BOOK would at least have proper grammar.......................right?