Self Governance & Implementing The Law
Learning Common Law
The reason why knowing common law is important is because it helps you to protect yourself against tyranny and abuse and it provides a remedy when your rights are trespassed. In any event, understanding basic and fundamental laws is one of the most important life skills that you can have. Common law and constitutional law principles are universally recognized and are ‘The Peoples’ law which provides instructions and limits to public servants. This is separate and distinct from the ‘Legal’ (legislative) ‘code’ which imposes onerous requirements in a ‘top down’ approach to governance where the government controls the people and extracts their life substance. We have loads of important training on this in the Training Programs page.
Holding Your Own Court
Today when you mention 'Court' people think of a room in a municipal building with lots of guards and attorneys running around. It wasn't meant to be this way. Contrary to modern brainwashing and belief systems, a man or woman has the lawful authority to convene his or her own court at the time and place of her choosing. The proper parties are assembled with the aid of the Sheriff at the time and place set certain and the plaintiff then can plead their case to the people aka a jury of peers in the complete absence of unregistered foreign agents aka BAR lawyers and judges. This is how it’s been done throughout history in America. This history has been hidden for obvious reasons. Not only did the Montana Freemen of Justus Township Montana dig up the historical facts on this but they put it into action. You have to hear their story! We have Leroy Schweitzer and others recorded on sessions they gave on this very topic. This story is Epic and Historical not to mention highly educational. See the Webinar-On-Demand we have listed on the Training Programs page
Common Law Courts & Grand Juries
America was an experiment that demanded a high standard of education and integrity to hold it together. It is an exceptional nation because it was founded on exceptional principles and those principles have been enshrined in the founding documents. This is the America we are fighting to restore. If those principles are destroyed, America’s foundation will be lost. If the foundation is lost, America will crumble under the weight of tyranny. Law is the foundation for freedom. Courts enforce the law. Until we learn to run our courts properly, freedom is impossible. That’s how important this topic is. We need to form our own Jural Assemblies and restore the power of the law to the people. We have two detailed sessions with the people involved with the Oregon Jural Assembly. You'll find these sessions on the Training Programs page
Committees Of Safety
We the People ordained and established the Constitution for the United States of America. We the People vested Congress with statute making powers.We the People defined and limited that power of equity to control government agencies and regulate commerce. We the People limited law making powers to ourselves alone. We the People did not vest the Judiciary with law making powers to control our behavior. In Common Law courts of Justice, We the People are the “judicial tribunal having attributes and exercising functions independently of the person of the magistrate designated generally to hold it, and proceeding according to the course of natural law.” “The constitutions of most of our states assert that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves, in all cases to which they think themselves competent, as in electing their functionaries executive and legislative, and deciding by a jury of themselves, both fact and law, in all judiciary cases in which any fact is involved.”
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This is where the rubber meets the road. The people, the peoples’ jural assemblies along with a duly sworn constitutional sheriff and his deputies have the highest authority in the land for law enforcement. Deputies are not necessarily municipal employees of the county but work for the Sheriff who was duly elected by the people. As you learn about the power you have in holding your own Jural Assembly aka 'court', you'll be involving the Sheriff also and this should include the private peoples' state militia working as deputies under the direction of the Sheriff. Think about the possibilities!
"By the mouths of two or three witnesses the matter shall be established" 2 Cor. 13:1
We provide training for our members to peacefully observe the goings on and potential unlawful and unAmerican shenanigans going on in the municipal court rooms of today. We document any transgressions of justice and bring light to it in the court of public opinion as a starting point to correct errant officials who often times are in violation of their oaths of office.