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Volume 7 No. 4
972-418-8993 www.antishyster.com
A
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Our Unconstitutional Congress
3
Memorial Day 1997
8
The Kessler Legacy at the FDA
13
Serious as a Heart Attack
16
Early History of U.S. Drug Laws
23
Oregon Suspends Habeas Corpus
31
America’s Private Gulag
34
2nd Amendment Quotes You Need To Know
39
Air Travel and FAA Guidelines
40
FOIA, the Privacy Act & the IRS
44
Exposing & Prosecuting Judicial Corruptionthru Common Law Discovery
51
Lawsuit for Liberty
58
Today’s War on Property
61
Credit Loan$ & Void Contracts
64
Trust Fever II: Divide and Conquer
73
Aaron Russo vs. Big Brother
83
Etc.
85
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AGAZINE 
anno Domini 199Volume 7, No.
Creator, Editor & PublisheAlfred Norman Adask,
TTEE 
AntiShyster” defined: 
Black’s Law Dictionary defines “shyster” as “one who carries on any business,especially a legal business, in a dishonest way. An unscrupulous practitionerwho disgraces his profession by doing mean work, and resorts to sharp practiceto do it.” Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary defines “shyster” as “onewho is professionally unscrupulous esp. in the practice of law or politics.” Forthe purposes of this publication, a “shyster” is a dishonest attorney or politician,i.e., one who lies. An “AntiShyster”, therefore, is a person, an institution, or inthis case, a news magazine that stands in sharp opposition to lies and toprofessional liars, especially in the arenas of law and politics.
Legal Advice 
The ONLY legal advice this publication offers is this:Any attempt to learn to cope with our modern judicial system must be temperedwith the sure and certain knowledge that secular “law” is always a crapshoot.That is, nothing – not even brown paper bags filled with hundred dollar billsand handed to the judge – will absolutely guarantee your victory in a judicialtrial or administrative hearing. The most you can hope for is to improve theprobability that you may win. Therefore, DO NOT DEPEND ON THE ARTICLESOR ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS PUBLICATION to illustrate anything more thanthe opinions or experiences of others trying to escape, survive, attack or evenmake sense of “the best judicial system in the world”. But don’t be discouraged;there’s not another foolproof information on law in the entire world– exceptthe word of Yahweh.
Reprint Policy 
Except for those articles which specifically identify a copyright or have beenreprinted with permission of another publication, permission is granted to reprintany article in the AntiShyster, provided that: 1) the reprinted article containsthe following credit: “Reprinted with permission from the AntiShyster, POB540786, Dallas, Texas, 75354-0786, or call (800) 477-5508 - annual subscription(6 issues) $30”; and 2) one copy of the publication carrying the reprintedarticle is sent to the AntiShyster.
Correction Policy 
There is so much truth that is offensive about the American legal system thatwe have no need or intention to lie or fabricate stories. Nevertheless,unintentional errors may occur. We are eager to make corrections quickly andcandidly as soon as we discover and confirm them. This policy should not bemistaken for a policy of accommodating readers who are simply unhappy abouta published article. If someone has been portrayed in a false light, we willendeavor to portray them accurately. Likewise, if someone has been falselyaccused, we will investigate and make every effort to see that they are correctlyaccused.
Advertising Policy
The AntiShyster News Magazine reserves the right to reject any advertisementwe deem unsuitable and will not knowingly publish advertisements that arefraudulent, libelous, misleading, pornographic, or contrary to our editorialpolicies. However, we do not have the resources to absolutely determine thetrue value of any product or service offered by our advertisers. Therefore,readers should not assume that publication of an advertisement in theAntiShyster News Magazine constitutes our endorsement of its sponsor, or theproducts or services offered.
Advertising Rates
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AntiShyster News Magazine POB 540786 Dallas, Texas 75354-0786 The United States of America 
CC orders 1-800-477-5508 Office: 972-418-8993EMail: adask@gte.net
 
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Volume 7 No. 4
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OurUnconstitutionalCongress
by Stephen Moore 
 Mr. Moore is Director of FiscalPolicy Studies, Cato Institute.
 
 His re-marks were delivered at the March 1997 seminar, “Between Power and Liberty,on the Hillsdale College campus at  Hillsdale, Michigan. His speech reveals the essentialnature of “constitutionalists”. Simply put, constitutionalists are people whobelieve in an independent and self-reli-ant lifestyle, and the necessary correla-tives: limited government and respect for the Federal Constitution, which exists primarily to a limit government size and  power. Constitutionalists are not anti-social and recognize the need for essen-tial government activities like providing police, roads, postal service and mili-tary defense, but prefer personal free-dom to any collectivist system. Most of all, constitutionalists believe even gov-ernment must obey the rule of law. Gov-ernment, of course, rejects this insistenceon obeying the Constitution as naive or even seditious — hence, today’s conflict between those who advocate the “ben-efits” of big and bigger government and the constitutionalists who advocate per-sonal responsibility and freedom.
In 1800, when the nation’s capi-tal was moved from Philadelphia toWashington, D.C., all of the paperwork and records of the United States gov-ernment were packed into twelve boxesand then transported the one hundredand fifty miles to Washington in a horseand buggy. That was truly an era of leanand efficient governmentIn the early years of the Repub-lic, government bore no resemblance tothe colossal empire it has evolved intotoday In 1800, the federal governmentemployed three thousand people andhad a budget of less than $1 million($100 million in today’s dollars). That’sa far cry from today’s federal budget of $1.6 trillion and total governmentworkforce of eighteen million.Since its frugal beginnings, theU.S. federal government has come tosubsidize everything from Belgian en-dive research to maple syrup productionto the advertising of commercial brandnames in Europe and Japan. In a recentmoment of high drama before the Su-preme Court, during oral arguments in-volving the application of theConstitution’s interstate commerceclause, a bewildered Justice AntoninScalia pressed the solicitor general toname a single activity or program thatour modern-day Congress might under-take that would fall outside the boundsof the Constitution. The stunned Clintonappointee could not think of one.During the debate in Congressover the controversial 1994 Crime Bill,not a single Republican or Democratchallenged the $10 billion in socialspending on the grounds that it wasmeant to pay for programs that were notthe proper responsibility of the federalgovernment. No one asked, for ex-ample, where is the authority under theConstitution for Congress to spendmoney on midnight basketball, moderndance classes, self-esteem training, andthe construction of swimming pools?Certainly, there was plenty of concernabout “wasteful spending,” but noneabout unconstitutional spending.Most federal spending today fallsin this latter category because it lies out-side Congress’s spending powers underthe Constitution and it represents a radi-cal departure from the past. For the firstone hundred years of our nation’s his-tory, proponents of limited governmentin Congress and the White House rou-tinely argued — with great success — aphilosophical and legal case against thecreation and expansion of federal socialwelfare programs.
A rulebook for government 
The U.S. Constitution is funda-mentally a rulebook for government. Itsguiding principle is the idea that the stateis a source of corruptive power and ulti-mate tyranny Washington’s responsibili-ties were confined to a few enumeratedpowers, involving mainly national secu-rity and public safety. In the realm of domestic affairs, the Founders sought toguarantee that federal interference in thedaily lives of citizens would be strictlylimited. They also wanted to make surethat the minimal government role in thedomestic economy would be financedand delivered at the state and local lev-els.The enumerated powers of thefederal government to spend money aredefined in the Constitution under Article

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