posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 02:09 PM
You have already seen 1-7. Here are 9 to 13 on the list for you to look at now. (14-17 could come later) Ask yourself what else your government is
hiding from you.
9) Does it take a "resolution" or an "act" of Congress to declare war? Have the U.S. government lawfully declared a war since WW2?
Resolution (Black’s Law) – A formal expression of the opinion or will of an official body or a public assembly, adopted by vote: as a legislative
resolution. Such may be either a simple, joint or concurrent resolution. The term is usually employed to denote the adoption of a motion, the subject
matter of which would NOT PROPERLY CONSITUTE A STATUTE, SUCH AS A MERE EXPRESSION OF OPINION: AN ALTERATION OF THE RULES: A VOTE OF THANKS OR OF
CENSURE, ETC. Such is NOT LAW, BUT MERELY A FORM IN WHICH A LEGISLATIVE BODY EXPRESSES AN OPINION. Baker v. City of Milwaukee, 271 Or. 500,533 P.2d
The Chief distinction between a “resolution” and a “law” is that the former is used whenever the legislative body passing it wishes merely to
express an OPINION as to some given matter or thing and is only to have a temporary effect on such particular thing, while by a “law” it is
intended to permanently direct and control matters applying to persons or things in general.
Joint Resolution – A resolution adopted by both houses of congress or a legislature. When such a resolution has been approved by the president or
passed with his approval., it has the “EFFECT” of a law ( NO CASE LAW – Also, the term “effect” is the key word here. In other words, it
isn’t law, but we will treat it as such anyway. Just one problem here. The Constitution demands an “act” of Congress!) See the law dictionary
desciption that stated below:
An “act” of Congress “is necessary” to the commencement of a foreign war and is in itself a “declaration” and fixes the date of the war.
Rosenau v. Idaho Mut. Ben. Ass’n, 65 Idaho 408, 145 P.2d 227,230. See Article. 1, Sec. 8, cl., 11, U.S.Const.
10) If there is suppose to be a separation of Church and State, why does the government allow a pagan phallic symbol (the Washington Monument) to
stand in the middle of Washington, DC? Isn't that federal property? Isn't that kind of like placing a huge cross in DC to represent John Quincy
11) Since Involuntary servitude is forbidden by the Constitution, isn't a mandatory draft unconstitutional? There was information about this subject
on www.hourofthetime.com , but you can find it in other places as well. Seek and you shall find it.
12) If the Constitution says nothing but Gold and Silver coin is to be used in payment of debts, isn't the Federal Reserve Note unlawful money?
13) Is a "trial by jury" the same as a "jury trial"?
Nope, the former puts all the major decisions in the hands of the jury and out of the hands of the judge and prosecutors. The judge is more of a
referee. The latter allows the judge to take more of the controls. In this case, the judge is more than a referee. The jury is there, but it doesn't
have as much authority in this case.
14) Can your President constitutionally suspend the Constitution for any reason? Do "Executive Orders" apply to the average citizen or are they for
members of the Executive Branch?
No! There is NO provision in the Constitution allowing the President to suspend the Constitution for any reason. When the government tries to claim
such authority, it is a sign that your government is becoming more tyrannical. As for Executive Orders, they are for the employees of the Executive
branch only. If you don’t work for the Executive Branch, the President has NO AUTHORITY over and above what the Constitution give him to run your
life. If he tries to take on powers not delegated to him by the Constitution, you are looking at a tyrant/traitor on the order of King George.