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This is part 2 of a 3 part series involving recent government actions which appear to represent a move by our government towards more transparency and accountability of our government. In part one we discussed the intent of our Founders that government be transparent and accountable in anticipation of the nature of mankind. In part 1 we also discussed the decision by Minneapolis olice !hief "ane# $arteau to outsource ma%or internal investigations to the Minnesota &!' in an attempt to restore public trust in the M (. )ou can read part 1 by clicking here http*++t.co+eM1,yhe-.F. In art 2 this writer will share his thoughts on* ANALYSIS: JUDGE RICHARD LEON FINDS NSA PHONE SNOOPING LIKELY UNCONSTITUTIONAL For your convenience/ here again is a link to the Ma%or Media0s version of what transpired*
Ju !": NSA #$o%" &%oo#'%! (')"(* u%+o%&,',u,'o%-( http*++cnet.co+1he"f"d In this writer0s opinion/ the Ma%or Media %ust regurgitated a partial summary of the facts that make up this story. In a lame and uninspired manner/ Ma%or Media would have you believe that this is a simple story of a single Federal "udge 12ichard 3eon4 ruling that certain activities of the 56' are unconstitutional. &ut/ in so doing/ they have left out so many relevant facts and hopelessly understated the significance of "udge 2ichard 3eon0s ruling/ that to this writer0s way of thinking/ they have been duplicitous. This writer will lay out his uni-ue and more in depth perspective in 2 parts7 14 8hat should be/ and7 24 8hat is. &ut before this writer can do that/ this writer will have bring most of you up to speed on significant facts and history that your government has purposely had your public schools ignore and+or gloss over. In summary of previous articles by this writer/ our 'merican 2evolution was in reality a revolt against the 9overnance (octrine of the (ivine 2ight of :ings. ursuant to the (ivine 2ight of :ings/ the :ing is a 9od or an emissary of 9od here on earth. Therefore/ no earthly being can -uestion the decisions of the :ing. ;nder the (ivine 2ight of :ings/ there were no rights7 there were only permissions and privileges that could be revoked by the :ing or his representatives at any time for any reason. (uring the <nlightenment 1circa 1=>?'(@1A??'(4 their was a scientific/ intellectual and culture revolution of thought. 'verage persons came to -uestion the authority of the :ing and the !hurch. ;sing their own observations and reasoning/ individuals began determining truth for themselves. (uring this time/ Men of 3etters such as "ohn 3ocke/ developed a body of thought that came to be known as 5atural 3aw. 'mongst other things/ 5atural 3aw prescribed that all men had certain unalienable 5atural 3aw 2ights. 1In fact/ 5atural 3aw was so well known and understood at the time that the Founder0s debated whether the &ill of 2ights was even necessary4 3ocke continued this line of reasoning and developed the 9overnance (octrine known as !onsent of the 9overned. In essence/ government could only rule with the consent of the governed. 'nd/ in fact/ that eBact phrase appears in the 'merican (eclaration of Independence. C If you want a little more detail you can read 5atural 3aw* $ow 8< T$< <, 3< got to the Dth of "uly/1EE= 2+2 http*++goo.gl+If3 Bk and roof that our country is founded on 5atural 3aw http*++t.co+rFsw5upbe,G 'nother important concept developed and+or reestablished at this point in time was the 2ule of 3aw. In brief/ the 2ule of 3aw provides that all men/ regardless of wealth/ position or social status/ should be %udged in the same manner pursuant to the same code of laws. 8ith that eBtremely brief background/ it is now possible to continue laying out the background which reveals the true magnitude of "udge 2ichard 3eon0s ruling. WHAT SHOULD BE ;pon having secured victory in our revolution/ the Founder0s set about creating Foundational (ocuments. Their first attempt/ the 'rticles of !onfederation/ ended in failure. To replace these/ the Founder0s drafted new and improved Founding documents. 's was indicated in part 1/ our
!onstitution was crafted with the Founder0s perception of the 5ature of Man in inMd. Most pointedly/ the Founders believe man was Hnot virtuousH by nature. Therefore/ our !onstitution was created as an HanchorH to prevent successive non@virtuous men who would be elected to government from eBpanding their power to the point of tyranny. !hecks/ balances/ transparency and accountability were part and parcel of the government structure the Founders created. More proof of this intended HanchorH effect follow. To begin with/ there is a reference to 5atural 3aw and certain unalienable rights in the (eclaration of Independence. The ;nalienable 5atural 3aw 2ight to be free from unreasonable searches and seiIures is reduced to writing in the Dth 'mendment. Then/ the 1?th 'mendment provides for the Federal 9overnment to only have enumerated powers7 that is to say if the powers are not granted to the Federal 9overnment by the !onstitution/ they are reserved to the states or the people. The intent of the !onstitution as an HanchorH is further evidenced by the 'mendment rocess/ that re-uires super ma%orities for passage of 'mendments to alter the !onstitution. 'nd this following -uote seems to %ust drive home the point of the !onstitution0s intended purpose as an HanchorH to prevent the eBpansion of power and the erosion of our liberties by the successive waves of non@virtuous men who would come to inhabit our Federal 9overnment. No one can read our Constitution without concluding that the people who wrote it wanted their government severely limited; the words "no" and "not" employed in restraint of government power occur 24 times in the first seven articles of the Constitution and 22 more times in the Bill of Rights. <dmund '. ,pitI ;ntil 1J13/ 3aw 6chools taught !onstitution 3aw. 'nd this concludes our H8hats should beH portion of part 2. WHAT IS In 1J13/ rogressive resident 8oodrow 8ilson took 'merica off the H!onstitution 3awH 6ystem and the !ase 3aw 6ystem replaced it. resident 8oodrow8ilson resented the constraints of the !onstitution/ because he felt it was too constricting on the powers and authority of government. ;nder !onstitutional 3aw/ the !onstitution and 5atural 3aw provided the parameters within cases must be decided. 8ith this abominable !ase 3aw/ "udges could much more -uickly change the law. "udges could now cite another %udges !ase 3aw as the reason for ruling in a particular way on a particular case or matter. 'nd suddenly/ 'merica0s 2ule of 3aw was cut free of its !onstitutional 'nchor. 'nd
in short order/ the succession of non@virtuous men who came to inhabit our Federal 9overnment and !ourts/ bastardiIed 'merica0s 2ule of 3aw. 6o when the special 56'/ wink/ wink/ FI6' !ourt ruled that 56' could do this phone snooping/ they created !ase 3aw that all future "udges could rely upon to uphold rulings circumventing the ;nalienable/ 5atural 3aw 2ights of each of 8< T$< <, 3<. 'mong these being the ;nalienable/ 5atural 3aw 2ight against unreasonable searches and seiIures reduced to writing in the Dth 'mendment. 'nd this is the momentous clash that this ruling by "udge 2ichard 3eon represents7 the !lash between rogressive !ase 3aw that now authoriIes the spying the rogressive Tyrants wanted 1and believed to be a settled issue4 and the !onstitution/ which an apparently !onstitutionalist "udge 2ichard 3eon has used to strike down these violations of 5atural 3aw/ the !onstitution and the Dth 'mendment to the benefit of rank and file 'mericans. This writer reminds the reader again that these principled decisions in support of the rights/ liberties and freedoms of 8< T$< <, 3< do not come without a price. This writer again reminds the reader of the perverse meritocracy that eBists in our political parties and government. Individuals advance up the ladder by demonstrating loyalty to the 1 and only 1 ruling class pretending to be 2 political parties/ not to 8< T$< <, 3<. "udge 2ichard 3eon has demonstrated to the 2uling !lass that they can0t count on him to Hgo along to get alongH. It is likely that "udge 2ichard 3eon0s career will/ at best/ stagnate from this point forward.1unless 8< T$< <, 3< demand his recognition and advancement4 's likely is that "udge 2ichard 3eon will suffer retribution for failing demonstrate his loyalty to the ruling class. CFor more on the perverse meritocracy see* Tyranny and the 2 ma or political party nominating committee http*++t.co+o-g?hl6!IbG It is up to 8< T$< <, 3< to embrace/ support/ defend/ protect and reward our champions7 the ruling class won0t. &y "udge 2ichard 3eon0s Hagainst the ruling class grainH ruling he has demonstrated himself as being more loyal to 8< T$< <, 3< than to the ruling class and+or his own personal gain. 'gain/ this writer calls for Hhats offH and a hardy handshake for this true patriot and steadfast %urist. 'nd/ this writer respectfully asks the reader to send a letter or faB to the office of "udge 2ichard 3eon to demonstrate your support and appreciation. The long and the short of this ruling is that Federal "udge 2ichard 3eon has restored some of the bounds of 3iberty that the Founders intended for 8< T$< <, 3<. If we do not rally to this champion of the masses/ how can we prevail in retaking our country and full restoring our !onstitutionK 'nd with that/ this writer asks of the reader/ H8ho has better eBplained to you the significance of "udge 2ichard 3eon0s 2ulingK This writer or the ma%or mediaK 'nd then/ in furtherance of this writer0s admonitions to think a few chess moves ahead/ ask yourself H8hyKH 8e need all hands on deck if 8< T$< <, 3< are going to take back our country and fully restore our !onstitution.
Those were my thoughts. In art 3 of 3 this writer will share his thoughts on* .INNESOTA JUDGES FACE NEW FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE RE/UIRE.ENTS To read part 3 of 3/ please click here http*++goo.gl+e'e23y In !losing* Thank you/ my fellow citiIens/ for taking your valuable time to read and reflect upon what is written here. If what is written here rings true to you/ perhaps you should contact your local elected officials and let them know. If you are afraid of repercussions/ snail mail it anonymously and ask them to respond in the local paper or their own monthly+-uarterly internet newsletter. <ven if this article refers to something outside you geographic area/ it still likely applies to your location. 2emember all those taBpayer training %unkets we taBpayers send the bureaucrats onK They all learn the same Llivestock managementM techni-ues to use on 8< T$< <, 3<. 'nd that leaves 8< T$< <, 3< with this conundrum* 8hile our N9overnment works full time with compensation and funded with our money for the cause of NTyranny7 8< T$< <, 3< are forced to work part time without compensation for the cause of Nliberty with what is left over of our time/ money and energy. Finally/ this article is written with the same intentions as Thomas aine http*++ushistory.org+paine. I seek no leadership role. I seek only to help the 'merican eople find their own way using their own L!ommon 6enseM http*++amIn.to+kb2uar :eep Fighting the 9ood FightO In 3iberty/ (on Mashak The !ynical atriot http*++twitter.com+dmashak http*++Facebook+(on.Mashak (on Mashak 9oogle lus http*++goo.gl+1';r< 8< T$< <, 3< T'2 N8<T$< <, 3<T'2 http*++8<T$< <, 3<T'2.blogspot.com http*++facebook.com+8<T$< <, 3<T'2 http*++twitter.com+8<T$< <, 3<T'2 <nd the Fed1eral 2eserve &ank 6ystem4 N<TF 5ational http*++bit.ly+ta32%u Minneapolis http*++bit.ly+t%F":F
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