The establishment of the Constitution of September 17, 1787, as the Constitution of the United States upon the ratification of “this Constitution” by nine States, permitted the completion of the construction of the American democracy begun by the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787. In the Ordinance, the Congress of the United States of America […]

The magic words:  “do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America,” explain how the democracy, called the United States, began and why the Supreme Court of the United States decides cases the way it does. The people of the United States of America, unlike “the People of the United States,” are […]

John Jay was nominated by President of the United States of America George Washington to be Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court on September 24, 1789 and was confirmed by the Senate on September 26, 1789. Read the Constitution.  The only duty of the Chief Justice is to preside at the impeachment of […]

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 […]

Written law seeks to explain and control the structure of the universe one country at a time.  The study of American written law will explain how certain men, known in history as the Founding Fathers, were able to take over an entire country.  The “Basic Course in Law and Government” shows the Student how George […]

The combined subjects of Law and government can’t be correctly taught as part of any K-12 curriculum in public or private education, because the truth about both would shrink all governments to the size of the territory owned by the United States of America.  The subjects of the unwritten law and the Organic Laws of […]

George Washington was the first person elected by Presidential Electors to be President of the United States of America.  Only the votes of those Electors could elect the person who would fill the Office of President of the United States of America.    The votes of the Electors had to be cast and those votes counted […]

The phrase “United States of America” appears only once in the Constitution of September 17, 1787 and that is in the title of the President, which in Article II Section 1 Clause 1 is vested with “executive Power.”  Neither the title or label, “Constitution for the United States of America” nor the Preamble are part […]