I copied following email to Senator Creighton as well as my friends:
5/30/2017 7:44 PM
I am filing my Petition for Review in the Supreme Court of Texas today which shows that “ad valorem property taxes” cannot be lawfully imposed on our property in Texas which is held, not with a feudal title but with an unalienable allodial title like a king possesses.
I discovered that America was created for only two reasons: 1) to Secure Religious Freedom and 2) to Prevent the Feudal system where the state is the owner of the property and the people are tenants, serfs, vassals and slaves.
I also discovered that the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio could only answer with a Presumption that the Texas Constitution of 1876 adopted the common law present before it containing ad valorem property taxation.
This presumption is false as Thomas Jefferson and John Adams spoke directly on point showing that the Saxon common law of England and America is that we own property with an allodial title that cannot be aliened by government for the payment of taxes or anything else.
Praise God for our ancestors and their words they have left us to regain our property in America and push back the tyranny that has stolen it. I ask God now, as my forefathers, did that he intervene on our behalf and strengthen us and deliver us from those who have enslaved us so that we might glorify Him and serve Him and our fellow man in a correct way. Amen
I am most joyful that I could complete this petition on Memorial Day to honor my forefathers by restoring our true inheritance that they have left us. They developed the Christian Principles of Property upon which all lawful governments are founded. I ask God that He move the Supreme Court to do the right thing and that He move the Legislature to pay off the existing debt and outlaw the imposition of any more property taxation from now on and restore true ownership to the people of Texas. Amen
Texans are the hardest working people I know, so I appreciate the fact you took time out of your day to touch base. It should come as no surprise that your neighbors across Senate District 4 are equally passionate about the future of our great state, so I get a LOT of correspondence. Because I'm committed to responding to each and every person who contacts my office, it might take a little longer than you'd hope to hear back with a detailed answer. However, you WILL hear back. In the meantime, you can contact my staff directly at my capitol or district offices, especially if your issue requires immediate attention.
Again, thank you for taking the time to pass along your insights and questions. They help me do a better job representing the interests of our district. Thank you for the privilege of serving as your state senator.
Texas State Senator, District 4