The Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, the first of four Organic Laws of the United States of America, announced the beginning of the end of British rule in America and the confirmation of individual, unalienable God given Rights.  The second Organic Law, the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, secured the rights […]

The Organic Law model for our alleged representative democracy is the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787.   To be valid, written law must be clear and completely unambiguous and there is nothing in the third Organic Law that would cause any reasonably attentive reader to imagine that Law to apply to any land other than […]

  Article I Section 2 Clause 1 of the Constitution of September 17, 1787 is the written law responsible for the demise of that beautiful Declaration of Independence truth, “that all Men are created equal.”  For those unfamiliar with the second sentence of this Constitution, it is set out here in full: “The House of […]

The powers of all governments are almost universally conceded to be: legislative, executive and judicial and law is either written or unwritten law, so in the United States of America, where government is without  equivocation believed to be tripartite, written law controls government.  The surprise is that written law is limited to the territory owned […]

There are only two forms of law: written law and unwritten law.  Federal law belongs in the written law category because it is universally known that federal law must be constitutional or it is not law. The Constitution of September 17, 1787 is the fourth Organic Law of the Four Organic Laws of the United […]

When George Washington presided over the May 25, 1787 secret Constitutional Convention, which created the Constitution of September 17, 1787, the country was in deep economic trouble and it was thought Washington could fix the government problem, just as he had beaten the British in the American Revolution.  Daniel Shays and other misbehaving Americans were […]

If you had read and understood all the Posts on this website, you might have figured out that every time you vote for the President of the United States or the local Representative you are consenting to be governed by a federal government.  Yes there’s more than one. The first federal government was begun just […]

George Washington made the rules for Mount Vernon, his plantation and the three hundred slaves that provided the labor to make his lands productive, so when Washington was presented with the problem of a country without law making power or the power of taxation, he knew exactly what needed to be done.   Here’s the very […]

Before the State of Maryland became the thirteenth State to ratify the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, there were Presidents of the United States of America and after the perpetual Union of the United States of America was established on March 1, 1781 there would be more Presidents of the United States of […]

If you think kids have it bad at school, try being a grown-up in a country where the people believe in a piece of paper no one understands.  George Washington and the rest of the so-called Founding Fathers have been bullying the American people from their graves, with the Constitution of September 17, 1787, which […]

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