1. Instruct the State Legislatures and members of Congress to adopt the aforementioned; 2. Form coalitions or groups to lobby State Legislatures and members of Congress to obtain the adoption of the aforementioned; 3. Instruct State Officials to remove all Oath violators from their positions of authority; and 4....
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Each of the several State Legislatures shall adopt legislation, as necessary, to recall from office any elected or appointed public official for failure to respond to any proper Petition for Redress of Grievances; 1. The State Legislatures shall refuse to accept any and all federal funds until all three...
The President shall affirm the fact that every public official, state or federal, elected or appointed is obligated to respond to proper Petitions for Redress of Grievances.
1. Affirm the jurisdiction of all state and federal courts to hear challenges to the Constitutionality of any action by any state or federal public official, elected or appointed, or agency or department; 2. Prohibit any and all federal and state courts from denying standing to any individual to...
Because public officials in the Legislative and Executive branches refuse to respond to proper Petitions for Redress of Grievances, the Congress of the United States shall adopt a concurrent Resolution: 1. affirming the fact that every public official, state or federal, elected or appointed is obligated to respond to...
Because the federal judiciary dismisses for “lack of standing” or “lack of jurisdiction” those Petitions by citizens who seek to remedy violations of the Constitution by public officials, the Congress of the United States shall adopt legislation to amend the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules...
The Constitution for The United States of America is being violated. It has been violated over many years, by many administrations, by every branch of government, by each party. Much as our forefathers repeatedly petitioned the King for redress of violation of their rights, We the People, pursuant to...
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