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1849 California Constitution

Constitution of the State of California 1849* The following is a transcription of the 1849 Constitution. It is provided as a research tool for ease of access. ________________________________________ Preamble We, the people of California, grateful to Almighty God for our freedom, in order to secure its blessings, do establish this Constitution. Article I. Declaration of […]

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Grand Juries

GRAND JURIES IN THE DE JURE REPUBLIC Harvey Pete Moake February 27, 2014 The words “grand jury” are mentioned only once in the Constitution for the United States of America; they appear in Amendment V, as follows: “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment […]

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Executive Summary

I’m afraid that the ordinary citizen will not like to be told that banks can and do create money, and they who control the credit of a nation, direct the policy of governments, and hold in the hollow of their hands the destiny of the people.” — Reginald McKenna, past Chairman of the Board, Midlands […]

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Flag Act

Joint Resolution 20110202-04 Flag Act of 2011 Joint Resolution by Senate and House for Republic for the united States of America 2011 “Grateful to Almighty God for our Freedom”, be it resolved, re-inhabited, reenacted and enacted, by Senate and House for Republic for the united States of America: Flag Act of 1777; Flag Act of […]

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Joint Resolution

* * * Joint Resolution by Congress 20110523-02 * * * Joint Resolution – Affirm and Document our Nation’s Foundation by Constitution for Republic Form of Government The Joint Sub Committee on Governance Affairs recommends the following time frames and procedures to affirm and document achievement of standing for free states in Union. This resolution […]

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Equal Footing Act

* * * Equal Footing Act 20120612-02 * * * Republic for the United States of America Equal Footing Act of 2012 The People of the Republic for the United States of America in Congress Assembled present this Act: Section 1: Purpose and Title The purpose of this legislation is to acknowledge, accept and continue […]

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Declaration of Sovereign Rights held by Indigenous Power (explanation) A Declaration is a public confession or proclamation in writing. Sovereign means “one that exercises supreme permanent authority”. Supreme means “greatest in dominance of power.” There can only be one that is the “greatest in dominance of power.” If two (2) would each have the same […]

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What is a “Green” State?

“Green” State Check List Green States = Allegory describing the status of a State and supporting documentation. Allegory – The representation of abstract ideas or principles by characters, figures, or events in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form.   Each state must have the minimum offices filled to be “green”. ☐Governor – de jure Constitution, Article […]

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Constitutional Peace officers & Sheriffs

Who Is The CSPOA? We will take America back, Sheriff by Sheriff, County by County, State by State. -Sheriff Richard Mack This statement is the driving force and mission behind CSPOA. Sheriffs and Peace Officers are the last line of defense standing between the overreaching Federal Government and your Constitutionally guaranteed rights. Across the nation, […]

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