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 […]

Federal laws are limited to federal territory—everybody who has questioned government authority knows that, but how do you prove it?  The first two federal Organic Laws, the Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation worked to free the American  people from an unwanted  central government by ridding America of nobility and requiring the States of […]

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 […]

By now, this being very close to the 700th Post on this site, the reader should know the four Organic Laws of the United States of America:  the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 and the Constitution of September […]

Traffic court is part of a much larger for profit dispute resolution organization called the “United States judicial system” headed by a person called the Chief Justice of the United States.  John Roberts is the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, which is the highest court of appeal in the United States.   […]

What is the jurisdiction of   the Constitution of the United States?  Jurisdiction is power and to determine the power of the Constitution over any case we must examine that document beginning with the first three articles, where it is claimed the three government powers are to be found. Article I of “this Constitution:”  “All legislative […]

The power used in a taking of private property for public use is called eminent domain.  The concept is historically derived from both the war power and the law of necessity, which empowered the king to take whatever property was necessary to protect the people from invasion or other serious harm.        Eminent domain […]

The law that permits a parking ticket to be written and placed under your windshield wiper is written law, which is based on the Organic Laws of the United States of America not on the English common law.   A quick review: the basis of all written law is the Organic Laws of the United […]

The Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776 is the first of  the two Organic Laws of  the United States of America, which creates  the perpetual Union of  States which have “sovereignty, freedom and independence,” by initiating the political separation from the monarchical and tyrannical rule of  Great Britain.  Renouncing the protection of the mother […]

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