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SEC Administrative Law Courts are Unconstitutional

The U.S. federal courts do whatever they possibly can to avoid real issues to maintain powers that are clearly unconstitutional. I reported last year when Judge [...]

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Can the USA Break Apart Legally?

Within the US Federal Constitution, there is what many refer to as the Republican Guarantee Clause of Article Four; Section 4; Clause 1: Obligations of the United [...]

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Why Jury Decisions Reflect the View of Government

The most famous trial where a jury stood up refusing to find the defendant guilty in the face of a corrupt government, was that of William Penn, the founder of [...]

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Defense Department Exempt From Providing Any Accounting

Part of the 9/11 conspiracy, exposed on September 10, 2001, is an unexplained $2.3 trillion missing from the Defense Budget. The plane that struck the Pentagon (if [...]

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The Constitution – A Lawyer’s Perspective

COMMENT: Martin, Excellent, refreshing review of the enactment and enforcement of legislation under the Constitution; your blog entry should be taught in grammar [...]

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The Right to Notice, Ignored by Government

You cannot be found guilty unless you KNOWINGLY violated the law. The way they get around this is they PRESUME you KNOW the law. The millions of laws they [...]

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Judge Rules Administrative Court System Illegal After 81 Years

Well it has been a long time coming, but all along there have been discussions behind closed doors (never in public) that the Administrative Law Courts established [...]

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Obama Commits Treason

The Guardian’s Spencer Ackerman reported on Twitter that on June 2 at 6:03 pm Obama said he would sign a law banning bulk collection. June 2, 9:50 pm: DOJ [...]

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Gold – the Hedge Against Government

I have stated countless time that gold is NOT the hedge against inflation, hyperinflation, the anti-fiat antagonist against the dollar, or manipulation that keeps [...]

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