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 volume one of the United States Code.
When their volume one arrives post paid and without sales tax, the Student will open that book to the first printed page and see the following: “CONTAININGTHE GENERAL AND PERMANENT LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, IN FORCE” and a recent date. The four Organic Laws just mentioned precede the laws made by Congress. The written law can’t be made any clearer than that.
When my Student of many years, Brian Davis, stated the truth about the written law to the to the Physical Therapy Board of California, the Executive Officer of that Board decided to begin the process that would find him unfit to hold a Physical Therapy License because alleged mental illness evidenced by a letter Davis wrote to the Physical Therapy Board of California.
Rebecca Marco, the Executive Officer of the Physical Therapy Board of California has now formally filed an Accusation against Brian Davis that could result in the loss of the Physical Therapy license he has held since 1989.
It is evident to everyone except the Physical Therapy Board of California that Brian Davis was simply exercising his political rights by way of protected free speech.
The letter Brian Davis wrote to the Physical Therapy Board of California and the Accusation against him are available from me and my Students. I need help in making these documents and others widely available to the public.
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera