You are Being Betrayed by the U.S. Government
AuthorHouse, 2008 - 276 sider
YOU ARE BEING BETRAYED BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT is a must read book for all Americans written by an American about the Constitution of the United States, the unconstitutional acts of the Government of the United States, and the abuses We the People suffer because of the Government's unconstitutional behavior. Every citizen of this country has a personal stake in our Government's unconstitutional conduct. This book explains step-by-step in simple, clear, and easy to understand language the unconstitutional behavior of the U.S. Government and how YOUR RIGHTS are being trampled upon. The unconstitutional acts described within are not the result of the Government's attempt to protect YOU from terror or anything else. Each Branch of the Federal Government is ignoring the Rights and the principles in the Constitution. The behavior of officials in each Branch of the Government proves that when our Constitution becomes inconvenient for them, they simply ignore it. The Executive Branch is out of control because Government officials are not held accountable for failing to support the Constitution. The Executive Branch is running amuck and fails to follow the rules and laws written by Congress. Congress fails to take the action necessary when it is perfectly clear to Congress that the Executive Branch is not upholding the Constitution or the laws. Federal judges, including the Justices of the Supreme Court, have repeatedly issued decisions that ignore the Constitution and the laws written by Congress. Congress can remove Federal judges, but the threat of removal has not deterred Federal judges. Federal judges do as they please!! Why? Because Congress permits them to!! Congress is our defense against oppressive Government officials. Congress is our watchdog for the store (the store being our Rights). Congress has failed to attend to its responsibilities. The checks and balances are no longer fully operative because Congress does not perform its watchdog function.
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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
I BELIEVE I CAN DO ANYTHING I WANT OR THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY
THE SUPREME COURT
THE SUPREME COURT TAKES POWER NOT GRANTED TO IT OR SOVEREIGN ABSOLUTE QUALIFIED AND GOVERNMENT CONTRACT...
MORE UNCONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION FOR THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OR THE DELIBERATIVE PROCESS PRIVILEGE
CONGRESS AND THE SUPREME COURT IGNORE THE CHECKS AND BALANCES IN THE CONSTITUTION OR THE JUDICIARY ACT OF 1...
OUR RIGHT TO HAVE THE SUPREME COURT REVIEW OUR CASE OR THE SUPREME COURTS PRACTICE OF DISCRETIONARY REVIEW...
THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
THE GOVERNMENT PERPETUATES CONDONES DISCRIMINATION THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
THE MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD
PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS PLEASE DONT MAKE ME LAUGH OR THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
THE FEDERAL RESERVE AND ELECTRONIC CHECK CONVERSION
WE GET TO MAKE THE RULES SO WE THINK WE CAN DO ANYTHING WE WANT OR THE CONGRESS
SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
SO NOW WHAT?
BLOW AWAY THE SMOKE AND TAKE AWAY THE MIRRORS OR THE SAD UGLY TRUTH ABOUT THE SUPREME COURT
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