The early English King, Alfred the Great is credited with the origination of the county, borough and sheriff.  King Alfred is also credited with the origin of the English common law. The county was the local unit of government for hundreds of years in England, so it was quite natural for county government to be […]

Brian Davis stands accused of writing a letter to the Physical Therapy Board of California manifesting symptoms of a mental illness.  The Accusation filed against Davis by Rebecca Marco alleges no other evidence of mental illness.  The sole use my Student’s writing to claim he has a diseased mind is a despicable act and a […]

To drive home the idea that the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 and finally the Constitution of the United States are the basis of all written law, I ask them to order from the United States Printing Office […]

One Rebecca Marco, Executive Officer of the Physical Therapy Board of California, Department of Consumer Affairs is accusing Advanced Student, Brian Davis, of being unfit to hold the Physical Therapy License he has held since 1989.  Marco claims Brian is unfit because he has written that he does not live in the State of California.  […]

This is dialogue taken from the DVD version of  the TNT miniseries “Nuremberg,” which is based on Joseph E. Persico’s book “Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial. “ The DVD cover advertising claims the dialogue is taken from case transcripts. Only my instruction in the “Basic Course in Law and Government” fully explains Hermann Goering’s answer.  To […]

 The Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States is cited as the basis for the individual income tax.  However, there was a constitutional federal income tax during the Civil War when there was no Income Tax Amendment.  The difference between the Civil War income tax and the federal income tax of 1894, which […]

George Washington became President of the United States of America on April 6, 1789, when the Article II, Section 1 Presidential Voting Certificates were unsealed and the Votes were counted before Congress.  As President of  the May 25, 1787 Constitutional Convention, Washington knew the Constitution of September 17, 1787 implemented Article IX and X of […]

Almost ten years earlier, on February 27, 1778 Connecticut became the sixth State to ratify the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.   Mississippi became the second State to secede from one or both Unions on January 9, 1861. Finally, Richard Milhous Nixon, the 37th President of the United States  and the 37th President […]

On June 21, 1788 New Hampshire became the ninth State to ratify the Constitution of September 17, 1787 which established that Constitution between those nine States and future ratifying States.  Virginia ratified on June 25, 1788 and New York ratified on July 26, 1788. The Confederation Congress on September 13, 1788, by resolution, set January […]

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