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Groundbreaking US Supreme Court decision on the 10th Amendment


Last Edited: June 20, 2011, 7:38 pm

Goldwater Institute - Groundbreaking US Supreme Court decision on the Tenth Amendment

Short article here

If you see a freedom-lover crying uncontrollably tonight, don't worry...those are tears of sheer joy. 

The Supreme Court has ruled that the Tenth Amendment not only recognizes the States' rights to challenge federal jurisdiction but it gives standing to individuals within the state to do the same thing. 

The problem has always been that the States aren't in a good position to battle the monster.  If they make too many waves the funding gets cut.  Funding gets cut, voters get mad, they're out of a job.  But by recognizing an individual's standing in challenging federal jurisdiction over their state, now you have a small army of free agents fighting the same battles from different angles.  Some of those battles will be won.  It's a win-win for truth, justice and the American way.  Rule by Law instead of Rule by Men.

hmmm...hold on a minute...the more I think about this....something is very wrong here.  This stinks more than a fema camp outhouse. 

It's TOO GOOD.  They have veered too sharply from their standard enslavement procedures indicating something is definitely up.  Something that will make this ruling moot because it's too big to allow to proceed for more than a short period of time before bringing down the system. 

Is this the freedom-lovers' LAST MEAL?  Is this like some kind of 'happy meal' before the execution?

Or are they trying to foment a civil war of some sort?  That's what the first one was all about, states rights (not slavery as we were brainwashed to believe).

All ears to the ground... something's brewing in their cauldron.

Full text of ruling - pdf

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ToddComment by Todd - June 20, 2011, 9:34 pm
Great, great news. Very surprising (but welcome) to see it was a unanimous decision.
sully16Comment by sully16 - June 20, 2011, 10:04 pm
Thanks, Rick....fingers crossed
jarasanComment by jarasan - June 20, 2011, 10:24 pm
Thanks Rick!
Rick GComment by Rick G - June 20, 2011, 10:42 pm
The unanimous decision blew me away too. There's got to be something behind this. Not looking for conspiracies but this one looks so textbook.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - June 21, 2011, 3:51 am
Well, I can think of a few "individuals" sitting in prisons because they challanged the feds in and out of court. Perhaps a mechanism to smoke more of them out? OR, perhaps they are throwing us a bone with this ruling while effing up the rest.
Thanx for the post!
konaneComment by konane - June 21, 2011, 9:58 am
I'm very encouraged by it. Perhaps they're feeling the pulse of the majority of US Citizens and applying it to what's written into intent of the US Constitution. That's real change.
time*treatComment by time*treat - June 21, 2011, 10:39 am
I think the ruling presupposes the case gets heard ... which is *not* guaranteed. ;-)
Rick GComment by Rick G - June 21, 2011, 11:02 am
@TigerAngel, No need to smoke them out. Most individuals (including myself) that have lawfully asserted their sovereign status have done so via public record (County Recorder, UCC, and newspaper/internet notices).   Also, most of us have told the IRS to f*** off. We are already on the camp Fema guest list. So be it. Give me liberty or give me death.
Rick GComment by Rick G - June 21, 2011, 11:22 am
@time*treat, Nobody will defeat the system by using the system rules on their turf (Uniform Commercial Code and admiralty/maritime law). Very few realize it but Common Law is the only Law. No other law can trump Common Law and all other "laws" are fictional. Almost all judges realize this and surprisingly they will abide by it.
Rick GComment by Rick G - June 21, 2011, 11:27 am
Edit to my last sentence: "they will abide by it" should have been followed by "under Common Law jurisdiction."

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