Sure you can fight city hall and lose, but you can win, if you just learn how to put the city in its place.
States incorporate cities as commercial enterprises with municipal purposes using the same power with which they charter purely commercial enterprises. Where is this power to create commercial enterprises found?
We must look to the Organic Laws of the United States of America for the origin of all delegations of power from the American people, and when we look there we find the people of the States have delegated all they are capable of delegating in the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.
The free inhabitants of the United States of America are not only free to exercise their unalienable rights they must do so to remain free. In short, the people of the United States of America have the unalienable right to govern themselves as individuals, but that right does not extend to others. No majority of any size has the right to govern by force.
Majority rule has been imposed by the States in the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America acting as the Confederacy pursuant to the authority of the Articles of Confederation. However, that majority rule is subject to the limitations imposed by the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution which resulted when nine States ratified the Constitution of September 17, 1787.
The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reserves to the States or to the people the power to incorporate cities, however, that power is limited to the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America, as expressed in the Constitution of the United States.
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(((Comments by Paul Hansen, so when a city police officer pulls you over for no plates, for example, on one of the city streets (municipalities), they can not impose state statutes there unless the land is owned by the USA, which it almost never is. They can only impose common law, and common law requires a damaged party or reckless endangerment judged by a jury of non-US citizens. The city will not want to go there.)))
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