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Roy G. Callahan, USN, Ret.

1529 NW 143rd Street


Gainesville, Florida 32606
Tel: (352) 332-9144
Fax: (352) 332-9144
call6603@bellsouth.net

Tuesday, February 3, 2015


Representative Ted Yoho
511 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Dear Representative Yoho:
Article III, Section 2, U.S. Constitution says, "In all the other Cases before mentioned,
the Supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such
Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make." This section of
the Constitution represents the Exceptions clause that legal scholars have long referred
to as colloquially stripping the jurisdiction of the Court.
However, like the title of nobility clause in Article 1, Section 9 that has never been
enforced because lawyers, who swear an oath to the BAR (British Accreditation
Association) and the constitution, have ruled the roost and worked assiduously to
corrupt the Constitutions original intent and meaning. It is time to reverse what amounts
to legalized fraud.
The often-heard Marbury v. Madison argument, while accepted broadly by the ignorant
among us, is fraudulent. Exactly what power do 9 people in black robes have to
command Congress to do anything?
In 2004, the House of Representatives determined policy when it passed a bill authored
by Todd Akin (R-MO) bill to give immunity to the Pledge of Allegiance. 1 Similarly, John
Hostettler (R-IN) authored HR 3313, The Marriage Protection Act of 2004 a bill that
provided immunity to the Defense of Marriage Act against court challenges.
The record shows the house passed both bills but the senate passed neither. This is
why the Supreme Court was able to rule the as it did on the Defense of Marriage Act
(DOMA). The same thing happened with the Hostettler bill when the court, in a 5-4
decision forced recognition of a deviant and perverted life style on 30 states all of which
passed statewide ballot initiates supporting traditional marriage.
The Senate and the House are now firmly in the hands of the Republican Party. The
party has in the past, stated its support for traditional marriage. It is time for you and the
1 Pledge Protection Act of 2004.
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GOP to show some backbone and remove subject matter jurisdiction from the federal
bench.
It is also time to put these questions back into the legislatures of the various states
where rigorous debates are undertaken, and errant legislators actually feel the
displeasure of the electorate if they ignore the will of the people.
Truth has no fear of open debate, which is why Democrats and their Marxist-HumanistSecular allies always counter it with name-calling, lies, and innuendo.
Looking forward to your reply, I remain,
Yours in the Bill of Rights,

Roy G. Callahan
Cuban Missile Crisis/Vietnam Veteran
Retired Investigator, Public Defenders Office, 8 th Judicial Circuit

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