Where the hell have the American people been on this? Fraud is still fraud!!!!
On Feb 5, 2015, at 11:50 AM, Kirk MacKenzie <Kirk@SilentNoMorePublications.com> wrote:
Shirley, these are outstanding! Thank you.
Everyone, these are important court cases.
The Dyett decision provides an exceptional summary of the unconstitutional manner in which the 14th Amendment was allegedly ratified. It is very long. If you don’t read it all, make sure to read the conclusion. It’s short and excellent. In my opinion, we would be far better off getting the states to nullify the 14th than call a constitutional convention, at which we would surely lose everything. If we can’t get them to do that, why would we expect anything better from a convention?
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Date: February 5, 2015
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I will attach them, Kirk good viewing both most interesting.
On Wednesday, February 4, 2015 4:48 PM, Kirk MacKenzie <email@example.com> wrote:
I cannot find either case.
On Feb 4, 2015 Shirley wrote:
Just a word from me about the 14th, look up the court case Epperly did a memorandum on the Dyett v. Turner case decided in the Utah Supreme Court where it was plainly decided the 14th amendment was unconstitutional. However it has had a great influence on the entire court system in that they are
ruling under administrative law and they claim anytime we hit them up on this very issue, they throw it out and tell us it is a political question for the congress
just a thought good case to read Also Raritan v. Delaware a supreme court decision that states. corporations can not hold parity with a natural person and
and cannot sue us, therefore cannot be considered citizens, the 14th recognized corps as persons who could sue and be sued. This is so that corporate governments
on every level can sue us for not abiding by their corporate laws