There are three oaths in the Constitution of September 17, 1787: 1. Senators take an oath before they try a legislative impeachment and because impeachment is a legislative process the exact wording of  the oath is left to Congress.  2.  The person taking the Office of  President of the United States must, before taking that […]

The thirteen American States declared their separation and independence from King George III in the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776. The first Union of the newly declared free and independent States, the Confederacy, was created when Maryland on March 1, 1781 became the thirteenth State to ratify the Articles of Confederation of November […]

My “Basic Course in Law and Government,” the legal education course I devised to teach the written law and government, explains how George Washington took over government and caused the English common law to be replaced by government created written law. How did Washington pull this off?  Very simply, George Washington invented the “inauguration” as […]

First, get a written Constitution and find within that document all the direct references to the written Constitution.  If you start at the beginning, you might think the first reference would be in the Preamble:  “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, […]

When one has a question about the Constitution of September 17, 1787, ask George—George Washington.  The hero of the American Revolution was President of the May 25, 1787 Constitutional Convention and the first President of the United States of America to be elected by Article II Section 1 Clause 2 Presidential Electors.   George Washington was […]

According to the Twentieth Amendment,”the terms of the President and Vice President shall end at noon on the 20th day of January.”  The Constitution of September 17, 1787 at Article II Section 1 Clause 1 specifies a term of four years which commences when the Presidential Electoral Certificates of Votes are counted in Congress. Congress […]

Those persons who registered so they could vote on November 6, 2012, for United States Senators and Representatives in the United States House of Representatives, also, qualified to vote for one of the candidates for President.   All the candidates for the Offices of President and Vice President were the nominees of the political parties who […]

The document, which is the fourth Organic Law of  the United States of America, is dated September 17,1787, the same date it was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates who attended the  May 25, 1787 Constitutional Convention.  Ironically, the signature of George Washington, as President of the Constitutional Convention and deputy from Virginia, is […]

First, let’s review.   The four Organic Laws of the United States of America represent four different constitutions above the level of the States.  The Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776 mentions an unwritten Constitution:  “He has combined with others to subject us to a Jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution, and unacknowledged by our Laws; […]

Every four years there is talk about doing away with the Presidential Electors and electing the President of the United States by popular vote.  That will never happen for two reasons. The change would require alienation of natural rights secured by the “Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God” propounded in the Declaration of Independence […]

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