On May 29, two hundred and eleven years ago, Rhode Island became the thirteenth State to ratify the Constitution of September 17, 1787, thus, making that Constitution a unanimous Article XIII alteration of portions of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777. All thirteen States of the United States of America confirmed the alterations […]
George Washington was elected President of the United States of America by the same system that will be used to elect the President and Vice President in 2012. The American people have never directly elected the President of the United States of America or President of the United States, instead Presidential Electors, now called the […]
President of the United States of America: Barack Hussein Obama; President of the United States: Barack Hussein Obama and Office of President: Barack Hussein Obama
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According to the Constitution of September 17, 1787 Barack Obama would have become President of the United States of America immediately when the December 15, 2008 votes of the Presidential Electors were unsealed and counted before the members of Congress on January 8, 2009. Instead, Barack Hussein Obama was declared President Elect and preparations would […]
Article II Section 1 Clause 3 has been criticized and was finally amended by the Twelfth Amendment, but ever since George Washington was the choice of the Presidential Electors on February 4, 1789 and declared to be President of the United States of America, when those votes were unsealed and counted before members of the […]
Constitution of the United States Article II Section 1. “The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows” Very simply, the Electors chosen […]
WHAT MUST YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE BEING INVESTIGATED BY FEDERAL EMPLOYEES, STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR DISTRICT ATTORNEY?
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The odds are you are not being investigated for the commission of English common law crime. There are no common law courts in any of the 50 States, and there have never been any common law courts in the federal judiciary. There are no common law courts, because there are no common law judges or […]
Containing Obamacare to Washington, D.C. and the federal enclaves is as simple as taking my Basic Course in Law and Government. After taking my Basic Law Course, you will be able to show anyone that the United States is the territory owned by the United States of America. Yes, you will also learn what the […]
The power to tax property in America is traditionally thought of as a local legislative power, for good reason, because a tax on property evokes the memory of tyrannical English taxation which was a major cause of the War of Independence. The truth is the direct tax on property can only be justified as a […]
PROVING VOTER FRAUD: DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT IS A MYTH The seemingly conflicting principles found in the Four Organic Laws of the United States of America cannot be reconciled by propaganda suggesting the elimination of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777. The Organic Laws can and must be read as a harmonious whole. The […]
PROPERTY TAXES AND TRAFFIC TICKETS: THE RATIFICATION, BY THE NINTH STATE, NEW HAMPSHIRE ON JUNE 21, 1788, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF SEPTEMBER 17, 1787 REVISED THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION OF NOVEMBER 15, 1777 BY ADDING A PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND SUBSTITUTING A SENATE FOR A COMMITTEE OF STATES.
Ratification and Establishment of the Constitution of September 17, 1787, also, created a new Union in which Congress and the President of the United States together, with the State legislatures could tax God given rights and could create legislation regulating the exercise of unalienable rights. The creation of this new Union made it possible to […]