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Brief Outline of Day One - Video #1

Updated: Dec 19, 2022

Introduction to the Teaching Course, what it will entail and how the American people can use the power and authority of the Constitution against corrupt unconstitutional governments to claim and exercise their rights and be victorious. The concentration is upon the people’s inherent rights secured in the original organic Constitution of 1787 as amended with the Bill of Rights in 1791 and how governments at all levels, federal, state and local, routinely and consistently violate those rights millions of times each and every day.

  • Since most Americans are totally unfamiliar with their inherent rights and due process of law guaranteed in the original organic Constitution, Jack and Margy discuss court cases that clearly reveal how corporate governments un-Constitutionally condone violations of the people’s inherent Constitutionally-secured rights and due process of law and how “government” routinely violates The Bill of Rights and the Articles of the Constitution, without the Constitutional authority to do so.

  • Federal and state court cases presented to show the absolutely unconstitutional condoning of courts, judges and attorneys engaging in prosecutorial misconduct as a custom, practice and policy. Cases involve knowingly prosecuting innocent Citizens for alleged crimes that were never committed, allowing prosecutors to suborn perjury, and exclude exculpatory evidence. Other cases and statutes that “allow” judges, prosecutors and attorneys to receive “cash awards” for prosecuting Citizens are discussed.

  • Explanation of Article VI, Clauses 2 & 3, “The Supremacy Clause”, which declares the national Constitution as the “supreme Law of the Land” and imposes Constitutional mandates upon all oath takers to uphold the Constitution as the supreme Law.

  • Explanation of Sections 3 & 4 of the 14th Amendment, by which oath takers vacate office upon perjury of oath and forfeit all benefits of office, including salary and pension.

  • Explanation of Article I, Section 1, in which all legislative authority is vested only in Congress, and not delegated to the Executive and Judicial Branches, and definitely not delegated to government agencies and private corporations.

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