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Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion The Fourth Branch - COA
"Who is going to appoint me to be a delegate? Delegates are most likely to be selected much the same way delegates to national party conventions are selected. Imagine a joint session of half-drunken Republicans and Democrats trying to deliberate and…"
May 29
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion The Fourth Branch - COA
"My proposed amendments are at http://constitution.org/reform/us/con_amend.htm Now ask how likely is it that the likely delegates to a "convention of states" would propose anything comparable to any of our proposed amendments. The…"
May 29
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion The Bundy Debacle and Federal Land Grabs - The Nation's Wealth
"This is basic real estate theory 101. The ultimate "owner" of the land is the state (not necessarily one of the fifty). What private persons can own is not the land but title in the land, which is a bundle of rights to buy, sell,…"
May 1, 2016
Jon Roland replied to Keith Broaders's discussion Native Born Versus Natural Born Citizens
"The definitive exposition on this question is at http://constitution.org/abus/pres_elig.htm"
Jan 14, 2015
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion The Constitution of No Authority
"Spooner got it right on juries, but failed to understand several key concepts about constitutional government and the U.S. Constitution. 1. Laws generally, and the U.S. Constitution in particular, do not enforce themselves. To expect them to…"
Aug 28, 2014
Byron Dale left a comment for Jon Roland
"Jon you placed a site where one could go and read the bill that Congress pasted to grant statehood to Nev. would you be kind enough to send that site to me at mtalks23@msn.con Thanking you in advance Byron Dale"
Apr 26, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Battle of Bunkerville - Clark County Nevada
"For an official government report on the status of land ceded to the U.S. as of 1956 see http://www.constitution.org/juris/fjur/fed_jur.htm"
Apr 15, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Allodial Titles & Land Patents
"No one has complete or perfect knowledge of this field. I have dedicated myself to acquire a breadth and depth of knowledge at least as great as the best lawyers and legal historians, so I can debate them on their level. I am still learning things,…"
Apr 15, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Allodial Titles & Land Patents
"I'm not calling anyone "stupid". I called the post "uneducated nonsense", because it pretends to knowledge it does not convey. I am sure everyone on this forum is intelligent enough to understand correctly. They might be too…"
Apr 15, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Allodial Titles & Land Patents
"More uneducated nonsense. In the legal system we inherited from feudal times all the land of a country is "owned" by the sovereign, the supreme lawgiver. In a monarchy that would be the monarch. In an aristocracy that would be the…"
Apr 15, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Battle of Bunkerville - Clark County Nevada
"Wrong. You have an uneducated lay notion of what a "corporation" in in law, a concept that goes back more than 2000 years to ancient Roman law, and has a long legacy in Anglo-American common law. In somewhat more modern terms, a…"
Apr 15, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Battle of Bunkerville - Clak County Nevada
"Nonsense. What happened in 1871 is that Congress set up a municipal charter for the District of Columbia. Had nothing to to with the rest of the country or government. All governments are corporations. Always have been, since a few villages elders…"
Apr 14, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Keith Broaders's discussion The Battle of Bunkerville - Clak County Nevada
"There is an important way that the federal government may have acquired title, although only as a proprietor, to the land in question: If retention of title was agreed as a term of admission of the state. That would provide the consent of Art. I…"
Apr 14, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Moving a court to the common law side
"If you claim to be chattel but the courts will not accept that. They may decide you are insane or mentally retarded and need a court-appointed guardian to represent you, but as long as you seem to be human you will not be accepted legally as a…"
Apr 11, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Moving a court to the common law side
"Well, slaves were once regarded as chattel, and one can make an argument that we have all been reduced to slaves. But slaves who can still vote and maybe have those votes counted. To say you are chattel is to accept your condition of slavery. Free…"
Apr 11, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion Moving a court to the common law side
"All governments are corporations, and always have been, but their departments mostly are not. UCC does not apply to corporations in general, and in particular to public corporations like governments, although it may apply to some of their…"
Apr 11, 2014

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Convention of States

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 11:04am 1 Comment

I have reviewed the Convention of States approach to getting constitutional amendments and find it to be deeply flawed.



There are fewer than 200 persons alive today who are remotely capable of drafting well-written constitutional amendments, and it is unlikely that any of them would be elected or appointed to the convention you seem to envision. Good intentions are not enough. It is a highly advanced art that is…

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List of constitutional rights

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 11:00am 2 Comments

To prepare for our Dec. 17 meetup celebrating Bill of Rights Day, I am resending this message first sent in July.

List of constitutional rights…

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At 2:28pm on April 26, 2014, Byron Dale said…

Jon

you placed a site where one could go and read the bill that Congress pasted to grant statehood to Nev. would you be kind enough to send that site to me at mtalks23@msn.con

Thanking you in advance

Byron Dale

At 10:47pm on February 9, 2014, Keith Broaders said…

The  Reynold v Sims case established the doctrine of one person one vote. The authority of the Supreme Court to dictate to the states outside of its mandated authority is a violation of the Constitution. The states have a reserve power to decide how they wish to organize their state legislatures and frankly it is none of the Supreme Court's business to trample on the rights reserved to the states/ If the rocks and trees in a county can not be represented, why are the same rocks and trees in the states provided with suffrage?

 
 
 

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