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Constitutional Cappuccino Podcast- Juries in America

What can you do about the overreach of government here in America? One answer is to participate and support the jury system here in America. The Constitution of the United States of America supports common law. 24 more words

A Cancer On Our Legal System

By Brian Wojtalewicz
Originally posted in The Appleton PressĀ on JuneĀ 28, 2011.

Very few Americans realize that some very important legal protections for citizens are being slashed by the five justices of the… 543 more words

From The Vault

The Bill of Rights: Part 5

Still headlong into our rights provided to us by the government go on with the 7th and 8th amendments.

7th Amendment:

“In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.” 390 more words

An Open Letter to Sheriff Ward of Harney County Oregon (Burns, Oregon)


An Open Letter to Sheriff Ward of Harney County Oregon and to All County Sheriffs in America from Judge Anna Dear Sheriff Ward, I am writing to you today to ascertain your office and position with respect to the Hammonds and the developing situation at the Bundy Ranch with respect to “Federal Officers”. 2,926 more words

Federal Land Grab