Location, location, location means nothing in written law.  Where the written law is found has nothing at all to do with the validity of the  law. There are seven Offices of President which can be easily found in my searchable version of the Constitution of September 17, 1787.  Which President has the Power to Pardon? […]

I went to UCLA Law School from 1968 to 1971, passed the California State Bar Exam in 1972 and practiced law until 2006, when I was disbarred because a United States district court judge issued an order against me called an injunction.  I was enjoined from making certain statements about the federal income tax.  An […]

The attorney general for the United States is established in Section 35 of the Judiciary Act of 1789, which act created a non-judicial legislative district court system based on the power of the United States of America to manage and administer its own property. Eric Holder, the person, Barack Obama has picked to head the […]

Which President has the power to reprieve and pardon?  If “this Constitution” had been adopted, the POTUSA would be doing the pardoning.  Adoption of this Constitution requires that the POTUSA take the Article VI oath and that would allow the pardoning of crimes against the United States of America.   The POTUS is a statutory officer, […]

President Elect Barack Obama intends to nominate Eric Holder to be Attorney General, which has caused a re-examination of former President Clinton’s pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich. Today, former Attorney General William Barr under President George H.W. Bush, in an interview on MSNBC, stated that the power to pardon is in the Office of […]