Documents

2. Georgia Memorial To Congress

The legislature for the State of Georgia declares the 14th and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution to be void and without effect.

3. The Validity of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution

U.S. Representative T.U. Sisson of Mississippi gives testimony before the U.S. House Senate Judiciary Committee that the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments were not adopted in accordance to the U.S. Constitution. The question of ratifications of Constitutional Amendments is a “Judicial Question” for the Federal Courts.

4. Virginia Magazine

Virginia’s Reconstruction Convention

5. Reconstruction Acts

This is a study on the Reconstruction Acts of 1867 and why they are unconstitutional.

6. U.S. Representative, Mr. Rarick

Non Ratification of U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment

7. Ulysses S. Grant’s First Message To Congress

As President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant gives his first message to Congress.

8. Executive Document Number 57

To the Senate a report of the Secretary of State, showing the proceeding under current resolution requesting the President of the United States to submit an additional Article to the U.S. Constitution.

9. U.S. Representative, Cordell Hull

Non Ratification of U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment

10. Dictionary Of American History

Reconstruction

11. Congressional Globe

39th Congress, Sess. II (Dec. 14, 1866) District of Columbia Suffrage

12. Congressional Globe 5

40th Congress, Sess. II (March 11, 1868) Reconstruction; State Governments

13. Congressional Globe 4

40th Congress, Sess. I, (March 23, 1867) Veto Message

14. Congressional Globe 3

Supplementary Reconstruction Bill

15. Constitutional Law – 16 C.J.S. 5

A legal review on amending the United States Constitution

16. Congressional Globe 2

Debates on the 14th and 15th Amendments

17. Congressional Globe

Admission of Southern States and Arkansas; Reconstruction

18. Letter of Governor Jenkins

Address of Governor Jenkins to the people of Georgia

19. Reconstruction Acts of 1867

An Opinion of the United States Attorney

4. Reaching the Debt Limit: Background and Potential Effects on Government Operations. C.R.S. Report.

CRS report

War powers since March 9,1933

Page 1 in the book which is page 27 in the pdf. War powers since March 9,1933. Done using emergency war powers to supersede the Constitutions Article 1 Sec. 10 “Gold and silver coil in tender of payment of debt”

U.S. Treasury is handed over to the Federal reserve in 1920

This is where the U.S. Treasury is handed over to the Federal reserve in 1920. SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. SEss. IT . Cu. 214 ,1920. Page 654 (note page 676 in the pdf) INDEPENDENT TREASURY. . 1920. Page 654

“misprision of treason” Page 903

The Organised Milita Regulations of The War Department

The 14th amendment is fake!

Copied from pages 596-598 from the of the UTAH LAW REVIEW (1975: 593) on Dyett v. Turner, 439 P.2d 266 (1968)]. The 14th Amendment is fake!

We The Sheeple

We the Sheeple By Urban Garden Magazine ⋅ November 17, 2010 “The truth is, you’re the weak, and I’m the tyranny of evil men. But I’m tryin’, Ringo. I’m trying real hard to be the shepherd.” ~ Jules Winnfield, Pulp Fiction. WORDS: Bruce Ray Riggs, Kurt Kallenbach and Tommie Sassard. Calling all sheep and shepherds. […]

Act of Congress to define the word “PERSON”

 

Act of Congress to define the word “STATE”

Original 1973 Senate Report for the ongoing “State of Emergency”

1967 Congressional Record on the Non Ratification of the14th Amendment

An Act for new form of government

Constitution of The United States of America

The State of Texas requests representation

D.C. Doing Business as “The United States”

Expatriation Act “The Back Door”

An Act establishing 14th amendment judicial system

Anti-Government Handbook for The Courts

National Security Presidential Directive Order 51

A Re-Declaration of States Rights and a Republic Form of Government

By changing our standing in law from Constitutional to Corporate we now operate under one type of law. Corporate.

Here’s where the Secretary of state was ordered to say the 14th Amendment was ratified.

A joint resolution rebuking President Johnson for saying the 14th Amendment is Unconstitutional.

July 12,1909 Congressional Record page 4404 The Unconstitutional 14th Amendment.

The US Supreme court in COLEMAN v- MILLER 307 US 433 (1939)

The State of Delaware claiming the proposed 14th Amendment violates state rights granted in the Constitution.

The State of Oregon withdrew it’s consent to the 14th Amendment due to the proposed 14th Amendment is Unconstitutional and was adopted by FRAUD.

The State of Ohio exercised there right to  rescinded (withdrew) there vote for the proposed 14th Amendment. This right was denied them.

The Georgia assembly declaring the 14th Amendment Unconstitutional

The Georgia assembly declaring the 14th Amendment Unconstitutional in whats known as The 1957 Georgia memorial to Congress The original in pdf!

The California Assembly Committee on Federal Relations, Assembly Joint Resolution No. 11

The California Senate Committee on Federal Relations, Senate Joint Resolution No. 35

The Louisiana Governers Letter declaring the 14th Amendment Unconstitutional

Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana at Second Session of the Second Legislature held in the City of New Orleans on the 28th of January, 1867

The Mississippi House report declaring the 14th Amendment Unconstitutional

The Mississippi Legislative Resolutions on the 14th Amendment

13 Statute at Large 949

(Presidential Proclamation No. 2) A Presidential Proclamation encouraging the enforcement of the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment.

District of Columbia Incorporated

Doing Business as “The United States“

FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 39

An Act to admit the State of Texas to Representation to the Congress of the United States

FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 19

An Act to admit the State of Mississippi to representation in the Congress of the United States.

FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 10

An Act to admit the State of Virginia to Representation in the Congress of the United States.

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 249

(Expatriation Act)

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 70

That each of the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, shall be entitled and admitted to representation in Congress as a State of the Union

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 69

An Act to admit the State of Arkansas to Representation in Congress

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 34

An Act to amend an Act entitled “An Act to amend the Judiciary Act, passed the twenty-forth of September, seventeen hundred and eighty-nine.”

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Session II, Chapter 25

An Act to amend the Act passed March twenty-third, eighteen hundred and sixty seven, entitled: “An Act supplementary to ‘An Act to provide for the more efficient Government of Rebel States,’ “

FORTIETH CONGRESS, Session I, Chapter 30

An Act supplementary to an Act entitled: “An Act to provide for the more efficient Government of the Rebel States”  

THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 153

An Act to provide for the more efficient Government of the Rebel States

THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS, Sess. II, Ch. 28

“An Act to amend ‘An Act to establish the judicial Courts of the United States’.”

FIFTEENTH CONGRESS, Sess. I, Ch. 80

An Act of Congress authorizing the United States Secretary of  State to publish the laws of the United  States and for other purposes.

65 Stat. 710 § 106b

An Act of Law to transfer the duties of issuing Proclamations of Ratifications of proposed Constitutional Amendments to the General Services Administration and for other purposes.

General Of The Army

1 USC 106b

An Act of Law to transfer the duties of issuing Proclamations of Ratifications of proposed Constitutional Amendments to the Archivist of the United States.