The term "Resident" and "Citizen" are not synonomous
Project421 is dedicated to supporting the People of the United States.* Specifically through education so they may better participate in the eternal battle with the United States** to secure a Republican form of government guaranteed at Article IV, Section 4.
The term "United States" can be used in one of three senses. In one sense, the term "United States" can mean a nation among a family of nations, in this sense the term is inclusive of everything, everyone and every authority that makes up the USA.
Used in a sentence, "The United States is a friendly ally to Australia."
"United States" can also mean a collection of sovereign states, bound together by constitution. In this sense the Federal Government, territories, possessions etc., are specifically excluded from the meaning of the term when used in this sense.
Used in a sentence, "The United States signed the treaty of Paris with the King of England after the American Revolutionary War."
"United States" can also be used to describe the Federal authority. In this sense each of the Several States is specifically excluded from the meaning of the term United States when used in this sense.
Used in a sentence, "The United States is located in the District of Columbia."