Government is bad because the American presidency is a dictatorship and all dictatorships eventually go bad . George Washington agreed to serve the first four year term as dictator on April 30, 1789,when he combined the office of the head of the federal  government, President of the United States, with the office of President of […]

If you believe Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, you will never understand the Constitution of September 17, 1787.  The Chief Justice said, “We are under a Constitution, but the Constitution is what the judges say it is, and the judiciary is the safeguard of our liberty and of our property under the Constitution.” The Chief […]

You may know the District Attorney, or the DA, as the county’s elected chief criminal prosecuting attorney.  If you do, you only know how the story of the District Attorney ends and not how it begins. The first office of District Attorney was created by Section 35 of the Judiciary Act of 1789, which according […]

Gerald Celente, according to his website,, “has been forecasting trends worldwide since 1980, delivering concise, deployable success strategies and publishing the Trends Journal.”  This is one of Mr. Celente’s recent remarks: “State controlled capitalism is called fascism.” What trend has Mr. Celente forecast by his state controlled capitalism definition?  Regular readers will recall that […]

The Organic Laws of the United States of America are presented in Volume 1 of the United States Code as the foundation of “the general and permanent laws of the United States.”   This presentation of the four Organic Laws and all the Titles of the United States Code tells us unequivocally that the United States […]

This famous first Presidential couple has been one man in two Offices every four years for over 223 years.   The President of the United States is nothing more than an employee of the Confederacy, while the President of the United States of America is vested with the executive power.    Together these two offices form the […]

How many times have you heard that remark?  So few have questioned the authority of the Constitution of September 17, 1787 that to do so would be considered sacrilege.  If the purpose of the Constitution was to bring us together as a nation, it certainly has done that, but at a terrible cost. The Constitution […]

  I got this e-mail from a Student.  My response appears below his e-mail:  “These questions may be too simple.  However, what meaning does the term BAR have in relation to an attorney or a lawyer?  What does it mean when someone says they have their BAR card?  There seems to be much confusion out […]

The power to tax is not just involved with the power to destroy it is the power to destroy.   Both the power to tax and the lawmaking power can be traced back to the despotic power of monarchical rulers.  Ancient tyrants ruled the nations they conquered, as if they owned them, because they did own […]

Two hundred and twenty-two years ago, today the Judiciary Act of 1789, was signed by George Washington, as President of the United States to show he approved it in accordance with Article I Section 7 Clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States.   The Constitution of the United States imposes only two duties on […]

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