My perspective comes from Natural Law now, not the Constitution. The contract between the States and the government they created has been abrogated by both sides, negating the contract in its entirety. 

Arguing constitutional law in the corporation's courts have absolutely no effect, other than what they allow, in their system; a system designed to protect THEM, not the People. 

Until people recognize the reality in place today and adjust accordingly, based on the rock of Natural Law, there will be negligible progress towards freedom at best. 

Natural Law is rooted in what is... the truth. Corporate law is rooted in illusion... the biases and opinions of man.

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Comment by shippwreck on January 4, 2018 at 6:23am

Now would be a good time to contact your representative to end the drug war.  It was announced this morning that,  Jeff Sessions is not going to ignore laws that are on the books; IE: Federal marijuana laws.  The Drug war goes against every thing that natural law stands for.   As you stated, the tenth amendment is unused and the Drug war is as unconstitutional as one can get.   We have a small group in Western NC that makes a difference wehn we take the time to write letters. Even Trump has mentioned NC as being involved with issues. This is a good time to make your voice heard. End the drug war. People CAN and need to take responsibility for their own actions.

Comment by Fredrick Rehders on January 1, 2018 at 10:06am

One of the best posts, that I have read, in a while. I have tried to share it on my Facebook Page, but I don't think it is going through. I will check. The last time I tried to share a post the original heading was all that posted. In this case, Benjamin Franklin's "WE GAVE YOU A REPUBLIC,,," , or DEMOCRACY IS MOB RULE, etc. Not that those don't have value, they are just well worn. Thanks for the great post, Thomas Mick!

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