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Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Perpetual Coupons
"The FED does not tolerate competition. Just look at what they did to NORFED.  They were selling true silver certificates that people were trading with. They were prosecuted for counterfeiting and had all the silver stolen that belonged to all…"
Tuesday
Keith Broaders left a comment for Bill May
"Bill, the problems we face  is due to the ignorance and apathy of the people. Had the American people been vigilant we could have prevented what has happened to our country. The ultimately culprit is not Congress, it is we the people who fail…"
May 9
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Three Headed Monster
"The states were independent nations in a voluntarily joined union for the common defense.  That was when each the gov on all levels still recognized each state as having state-only citizens.  Such people are not suppose to be subject to…"
Apr 29
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Three Headed Monster
"I'm not sure why the gov on all levels incorporated since it does not increase its power nor diminish its duties.  So, while some states have found more than one constitution, I think the one that secures the most rights would be the most…"
Apr 29
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Three Headed Monster
"To state that we have been operating without a constitution does not appear to be a sound concept.  Absent a constitution that early, the states would have reverted to individual countries again.  We still have a constitution, but the…"
Apr 24
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Three Headed Monster
"Only the people who were only citizens of a state had access to a judicial branch and the protections of the common law. Territorial and the later 14th citizens were under legislative control. Citizens via the 14th are under almost unlimited and…"
Apr 23
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Liberty and Justice for All?
"Under the presumption that everyone is a citizen via the 14th, the states lose their sovereignty and the fed gov and states exercise almost unlimited power over everyone. The concept of limited powers is almost totally swept away."
Apr 23
Bill May replied to Morton's discussion ISLAM BANNED IN AMERICA!!!!!
"We are not really under the constitutions anymore. Anyone that has spent time in the courts knows that official communist policy even trumps clearly written law. So now we are starting to see a clash between traditional communists and muslim…"
Apr 15
Bill May replied to Morton's discussion The Judicial Process
"It is easy to prove that the gov on all levels is claiming that everyone is a citizen via the 14th amendment. The courts have made it very clear, those are fed citizens and not under the protection of any bill of rights. They are under Art 4,3,2…"
Apr 15
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"The states, which 'were' under a republican form of gov, in their constitutions, do not grant any state the power to impose an income tax. As such, it is impossible for the states to delegate the authority to impose a labor tax to the…"
Apr 10
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"Many years ago I realized that all the judges followed the exact same rules in dealing with people and the concept of rights. They were also quick to make it clear these are not common law courts. I simply assumed that they knew something that the…"
Apr 8
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"Please forget the 'fiction / strawman' theory.  Almost everything the gov is doing it has the power to do to people who are citizens via the 14th amendment. It is the claim that state-born whites are by some miracle under the 14th…"
Apr 8
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"Further, the gov is charged with the protection of the rights of the people of the states. It has no authority to use fraud or coercion to strip them of their inherent rights.  That takes a declaration of war and an official policy of stripping…"
Apr 8
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"The Art 1 mandate / protection does not apply to corps nor citizens via the 14th amendment."
Apr 8
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"If you have no rights, commercial laws can be applied to your private actions. This is the undisclosed basis of the income tax and the application of 80% of state laws. Certain people do not have a right to 100% of their labor, thus the gov can…"
Apr 8
Bill May replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Why the Income Tax is Unconstitutional?
"The current income tax is NOT unconstitutional. It is applied to some people unconstitutionally is the problem.  Most people are unaware that citizens of the original territories destined to become states had to pay income taxes. The income tax…"
Apr 7

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At 12:48pm on May 9, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

Bill, the problems we face  is due to the ignorance and apathy of the people. Had the American people been vigilant we could have prevented what has happened to our country. The ultimately culprit is not Congress, it is we the people who fail to take the responsibility to govern ourselves.

If collectively we continue to allow the servant to be our master we have no one to blame, but ourselves.

A convention controlled by the legislatures of states that are controlled by the people is a good idea, but a convention controlled by corrupt politicians will produce nothing but garbage.

Any proposed amending coming our of a Convention of the States would need to be ratified by three fourths of the states. In other words it would take only 13 states to block any proposed amendment,

The Convention has no legislative power, it only has authority to propose amendments for the states to consider. Congress has had that power for over 200 year and every amendment they have proposed since 1791 has increased the power and authority of the national government.

We once were free and had unalienable rights, now, thanks to Congress we have privileges granted to us by the government.

At 11:39am on October 6, 2015, Bill May said…

Which proposed amendment? I posted two.  You are quick to be very critical but maybe the problem is your lack of understanding of our constitutional system.  I notice you did not present any suggestions or actual statements about where I am in error.

At 3:24am on October 6, 2015, Morton said…

Bill,

Your Amendment is misguided, uninformed and it lacks foresight and hindsight. It is ignoring proper form and construction. It cannot be presented as written.

At 10:13pm on July 8, 2013, Keith Broaders said…
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