Category: Pseudo Legal
In the 18th-century colonies, nouns were usually capitalized, although the practice was going out of style by the time of the Revolution.

Based on that, sovereigns see secret meaning in the use or non-use of capitalized letters. For example, a ‘citizen’ is a sovereign citizen imbued with all natural rights, whereas a ‘Citizen’ is a 14th Amendment citizen subject to the rules and regulations of government.


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