Common Law Grand Jury

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Power of the Grand Jury - In a stunning 6 to 3 decision Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the majority, confirmed that the American grand jury is neither part of the judicial, executive nor legislative branches of government, but instead belongs to the people. It is in effect a fourth branch of government "governed" and administered to directly by and on behalf of the American people, and its authority emanates from the Bill of Rights, see United States -v- Williams.

[Note: Most attorneys will tell you the CLGJ is illegal or something similar. Under Admiralty Law, which is what attorneys learned in law school, it's possible. Admiralty law is laws made by man. How many of those are likely to be Unconstitutional? However, the Constitution provides for natural law... that law made by God, executed by man. That is what CLGJ is about: Constitutional Law, not man-made law.]

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This is a campaign that will require everyone's participation. We need one Million plus signatures to file in all 94 Federal District Courts to let them know we mean business. Below please find…Continue

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Comment by Patty on November 26, 2014 at 10:50am

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Common Law Grand Juries

TerryRappTerry Rapp has been the Republican Party LD-27 Chairman in Arizona for three years and Secretary for 2 years prior to that. He is a District Representative to the state party and serves as a Republican State Executive Committee Member-At-Large representing CD-7. He is a member of the National Liberty Alliance – 1 1/2 Years – served as the state and county Co-Coordinator and was elected State Coordinator of the Arizona Common Law Grand Jury in February of this year. He has made presentations throughout the Valley and several places across the state, introducing the objectives and principles of Common Law Grand Juries, to small groups and large audiences alike. He can tailor the presentation to any format you prefer, from Lecture/Presentation to interactive/audience participation. He refers to himself as a Constitutional Conservative, Life-time Republican and true Patriot of the country our Founding Fathers intended for us to have.

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Patty, et al:  When you have an event, please post it on our Events page.  That way, we can send it out to our entire membership.  Whatever is posted on the comment wall goes only to those who subscribe to the page.

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Comment by Jack Wilborn on February 22, 2015 at 3:55pm

I hope you read this in the spirit it was intended.  As the USA is a melting pot of all religions, we should respect them all and not assume that everybody is, what you are or violent in intention. This allows for our constitution to be flexible.

Even thought I believe states rights are above those of the Federal Government, there must be some crossover when it comes to people being treated fairly.  States cannot pass laws that target specific groups. Can you imagine what the Souther US would be if there wasn't some type of integration, even thought many Souther blacks are looked down on.  When I was young I saw the drinking fountains for 'Whites' and a separate one for 'Blacks' and was very confused.

I know I will ruffle feathers on this site, but I have to state, I am a Buddhist and do not as such believe in a God. After living for 60 years, I am more and more convinced that there is no God. I have seen so many good people perish and bad continue to hurt people.  I am all for the belief in what ever, especially if you feel better about something because of it. It also means that I have a belief system that encompasses about everything that you believe, with the exception of a God. I praise life, as it is precious. As this was a problem when I joined the police force. They believed that I could not kill if required, what I explained to them was it was that persons choice, they would have to do something that required deadly force to stop them, hence it wasn't my choice. I was accepted.

When I see quotes from the bible, I usually just close the page as it means nothing as we are a Law abiding group, where the law is the rule, even though we seem to have lost common sense aspect. Most laws are based on religious following, such as what someone does in their bedroom. Most people under 50 don't care what they do, as long as children are not involved. It also follows that they think the drug laws should be handled as a psychological problem, not a criminal matter.  So don't write me off as we are contrary with many beliefs as I respect them all, as we all should.

How would you feel if you went to a PC meeting and they started it with a Muslim prayer facing East? I deal with this every meeting, I accept it as being pretty traditional, but it is not right and overruns those of other beliefs. As the Pledge of Allegiance has "Under God" added at a later date.  I would think those that believe in our founding fathers would want the original, not the modified as they correctly worded it for all religions.  I just don't say that part.  Think about it as the religious gets fewer and fewer a noticed trend in many beliefs. I also don't follow Buddha explicitly, do you follow the bible exactly, no white lies, etc...?

One of the people prosecuted by Obama, who has prosecuted 7 of 10 under espionage laws from the early 20th century, which were really whistle blowers (about water boarding torture.)  He stated that many of the Muslim extremists were illiterate and never could even read the Koran, but wanted a way to make a few bucks and were indoctrinated. I remember a Christian going into an Amish school and killing all of the children.  There are extremists and we must learn how to clue into them, if possible.  I'm trying to say, religion has produced many extremists, so when I read about them here in America, it hurts, as we are supposedly innocent until proven guilty, unlike the opposite from England.

Another thing we differed with England was firearms.  As Canada and Australia has advised us, when they start registering arms, they were then confiscated and the laws to own one is quite astounding.

I love the site, the people, it is very special to me, but it is also ignoring a rising group of religions, whether you believe it or not. We must not pre-judge them as most have been Americanized.


Comment by Pat J on February 23, 2015 at 12:09pm

This is for Jack:  To correct, or attempt to, some of your message, I can say I don't care if you are a Buddhist, a jingoist or a woodpecker when it comes to religion.  Whether you believe in the God I believe in is your business.  But lets be clear, the Constitution is NOT flexible, is not intended to be flexible and should NEVER be flexible.  It is not a suggestion, it is the law that has stood for 238 years and the left is on the verge of destroying it as other countries have destroyed their societies because their Constitutions are not exceptional.  It is the one thing that sets America apart from the rest of the world, the thing that makes us EXCEPTIONAL because it guarantees that our rights are protected under the Constitution.  NO OTHER country makes such a claim in their founding documents.  Those are not the rights granted to us by our government or the Woodpecker Society.  They were ours at the moment of our birth, which did not happen by accident, and the Constitution makes it impossible to take away those rights... unless the people forget what the Constitution was designed to do, create a Republic.  It's that very NON_FLEXIBLE Constitution that allows YOU to be a Buddhist, informed or uninformed and any other thing you choose.  But be assured, the Constitution relates to God, the Judeo/Christian God.  That document took 13 years to write by Christians, Jews, atheists, agnostics, maybe some humanists and certainly some secularists.  It was no sidebar that the document was intended to establish a Judeo/Christian nation based on absolute freedom for ALL.  It is not meant that only those religions are acceptable in America. Not at all.  It's because the true principles of the Judeo/Christian community of thought became the true principles of America and even the atheists and agnostics acknowledged that.  See, meetings start with prayer BECAUSE our Country was established on those principles.  Not Muslim principles, Buddhist principles, Sunni principles, Hindu principles or even the Church of England principles.  The reason the left has risen so fast in this country is because they think anything goes, so long as it is their anything.  One world order!  Robot society results from one world order and that is what you describe.  In America, no one makes you say "Under God" when you say the pledge (added in the 50's, the decade of mom, apple pie, patriotism, families and backyard picnics with the neighbors), no one makes you say the Pledge at all, go to church, sing the Star Spangled Banner or believe the Constitution is flexible.

No one follows their own religion or whatever god or God they worship/believe in 100%.  That is due to the fall of man and it will ever be so but it is not because of God.  It is because God created man in His image and gave him a brain so he could think the way he wants, good or bad.  Free will, not always good will.  That is freedom.

No Christian man went into an Amish school and killed children.  Because one says they are Christian does not make them Christian.  I can say I am a woodpecker but I am not and will never be a woodpecker.  I am a Christian not because I claim to be one but because I believe that the God of the Bible is the one true God, the principles laid out for how man should treat each other is laid out in the Bible.  But, the Bible also talks about man's fall from Grace and sometimes does it very graphically.  It should be seen as a lesson not a proclamation.  I don't want this site to go off and embrace ISIS or any religion and they don't.  They offer a Prayer group but anyone can be on that page and post a prayer to their own God or god I assume.  The whole site is for posting information, just like you just did.


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