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Congress v Trump – Have They Destroyed the Constitution?

By admin / May 16, 2019

Originally, the Founding Fathers envisioned a government that was “We The People.” The structural design was based largely on the writings of Montesque and embodied the separation of powers — Executive (bureaucracy), Congress (the people), and the Judiciary (the arbitrator). Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), at the age of 81, gave his assessment of the direction of […]

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Why a Judge Ruled the Police Have NO DUTY to Protect Citizens

By admin / February 22, 2019

I have received a number of questions asking how the judge in the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, ruled that the police had no duty to protect the children. The judge’s decision was legally correct. The sheriff’s office had no constitutional duty to protect the students there during the deadly February […]

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SEC Administrative Law Courts are Unconstitutional

By admin / October 6, 2016

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 Leigh Martin May struck down a SEC order on this challenge back in June 2015. Now on September 15, 2016, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed it, claiming that such a challenge must FIRST be made […]

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Can the USA Break Apart Legally?

By admin / June 9, 2016

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 States Federal Government: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government… This Republican Guarantee Clause has long been at the forefront of the […]