Protecting and Restoring the Constitution

Protecting and Restoring the Constitution of the United States.

“Justice is the end of government. It is the end of civil society. It ever has been and ever will be pursued until it be obtained, or until liberty be lost in the pursuit…” Federalist Paper 51Remember to www.VoteFamily.Us

The Problem: http://www.votefamily.us/corrupt-lawyers/

The time has come when it is necessary for someone to take upon himself the task of bringing to the attention of his fellow citizens that those who are sworn to uphold the Constitution are not doing so. That as a result the Nation is embarked on a very dangerous course, the ill effects in terms of financial cost, emotional cost and loss of constitutional rights, can be seen everywhere. This writer proposes to make his case to his fellow Citizens by writing a series of articles under the banner of the Federalist, numbered in sequence after those written by James Madison and Alexander Hamilton. They signed: “PUBLIUS.” This writer will sign: “PUBLIUS II.”  86.pdf

Rebuttal to the legal profession’s arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 1: 87.pdf
 
Rebuttal to the legal profession’s arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 2.:
1. Was the Constitution written to make certain that no single ‘same hands’ group controls all government? And if so:
2. Does Madison’s concept of ‘same hands’ include the members of the legal profession, as one potential ‘same hands’ group? 88.pdf
 
Rebuttal to the legal profession’s arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 3 (Outline of the formal argument before a Court of Law.): 89.pdf
 
The nature and manifestation of the legal profession’s tyranny over the nation.: 90.pdf

The legal profession’s tyranny over the nation. The examination, diagnosis, treatment and cure: 91.pdf
The legal profession’s tyrannical control over the Nation and the federal crime of Treason.: 92.pdf
 
Rebuttal to the legal profession’s Defenses to the allegation that probable cause exists for stating that by occupying public office in either the legislative or executive branches of the federal government, members of the legal profession are guilty of the federal crime of treason.: 93.pdf
 
The logical analysis and legal reasoning governing the Federalist 92
proposition on the legal profession’s unconstitutional control of all government and the federal crime of treason: 94.pdf
 
The legal profession’s tyranny over the Nation, the self delusion that keeps it in denial of that truth, and the phenomenon of ‘cognitive dissonance’ which causes it. (Part 1): 95.pdf
 
The need for public opinion to recognize that control by lawyers of all government does grievous harm to the Nation, in addition to being unconstitutional.: 96.pdf
 
The need for public opinion to support the removal of lawyers from elective office. The issue of unfitness of lawyers for elective office. The corruption of the legal profession as a whole. The Rational Approach. (Part 1 of 4): 97.pdf
 
The need for public opinion to support the removal of lawyers from elective office. The issue of unfitness of lawyers for elective office. The corruption of the legal profession as a whole. (Part 2 of 4), The Empirical Approach.: 98.pdf
 
The need for public opinion to support the removal of lawyers from elective office. The issue of unfitness of lawyers for elective office. The corruption of the legal profession as a whole. (Part 3 of 4) The Empirical Approach. (cont’d): 99.pdf
 
The need for public opinion to support the removal of lawyers from elective office. The issue of the unfitness of lawyers for elective office. The corruption of the legal profession as a whole. ( Part 4 of 4). Conclusions.: 100.pdf
 
A review of Federalists 86 to 100. An explanation of how the legal profession became so corrupt and why it continues to tyrannize the Nation with ‘a clear conscience’. A rebuttal to the proposition that the profession’s solution of ‘educating lawyers’ will resolve the problems created by the Nation’s legal profession.: 101.pdf
 
A review of the four ‘instruments’ of tyranny: (1) The power of the sword; (2) the power of the word; (3) the power of the word of the Lord; and (4) the power of the purse. The ‘natural evolution’ of the American legal profession as tyrannical.: 102.pdf
 
The American legal profession’s exercise of deceit to tyrannize the American people.: 103.pdf
 
The abandonment of ethics by the American legal profession through the adoption of the ‘Lawyer’s Amoral Ethical Role’. The resulting material decline in the Nation’s moral standards. (Part 1 of 4): 104.pdf
 
The abandonment of ethics by the American legal profession through the adoption of the ‘Lawyer’s Amoral Ethical Role’. The resulting material decline in the Nation’s moral standards. (Part 2 of 4): 105.pdf
 
The abandonment of ethics by the American legal profession through the adoption of the ‘Lawyer’s Amoral Ethical Role’. The resulting material decline in the Nation’s moral standards. (Part 3 of 4): 106.pdf
 
The abandonment of ethics by the American legal profession through the adoption of the ‘Lawyer’s Amoral Ethical Role’. The resulting material decline in the Nation’s moral standards. (Part 4 of 4): 107.pdf
 
PUBLIUS II

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