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It has recently come to our attention (see attached manuscript) that our American Republic was founded as a Christian nation under "the Laws of Nature & of Nature's God". It is apparent to us that our Republic is suffering the Wrath of the Lord for turning away from His Law. The members of this body wish to applaud your sermons on personal salvation, however, we have determined that we have been shamefully remiss in guarding our God-given rights. Instead, we have been trapped into the mentality of voting for this candidate or that, praying that our country will be restored. The elections bear no fruit, we must make a stand for God, His gifts, and our children.
It is our opinion that we must take a stand as a congregation for each individual's God-given rights. If we turn away from what He hath given us, will we not be rebuked by Him? We believe so. Acts 5:29 states that, "We ought to obey God rather than men." We have been obeying the oppressive regulations of an unHoly government for far too long. We are calling upon this congregation to consider making a committment to stand together and use our God-given intelligence to resist those that make of themselves enemies to our Lord.
What can we do as a congregation? Perhaps we ought to consider supporting the patriotic movement by ministering to the militia. Or perhaps, we can help those patriots that are trying to restore American Common Law? Perhaps we can put the pressure on our local government officials by explaining how they are a party to treason? There are many things we can do, but we must join the struggle to Restore the Republic under God's rule.
You have our sincere esteem,
Exclusionary Rule Reform Act of 1995
(Passed by the House)
HR 666 EH
H. R. 666
To control crime by exclusionary rule reform.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the `Exclusionary Rule Reform Act of 1995'.
SEC. 2. ADMISSIBILITY OF CERTAIN EVIDENCE.
(a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 223 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
`Sec. 3510. Admissibility of evidence obtained by search or seizure
(a) EVIDENCE OBTAINED BY OBJECTIVELY REASONABLE SEARCH OR SEIZURE- Evidence which is obtained as a result of a search or seizure shall not be excluded in a proceeding in a court of the United States on the ground that the search or seizure was in violation of the fourth amendment to the Constitution of the United States, if the search or seizure was carried out in circumstances justifying an objectively reasonable belief that it was in conformity with the fourth amendment. The fact that evidence was obtained pursuant to and within the scope of a warrant constitutes prima facie evidence of the existence of such circumstances.
(b) EVIDENCE NOT EXCLUDABLE BY STATUTE OR RULE-
(1) GENERALLY- Evidence shall not be excluded in a proceeding in a court of the United States on the ground that it was obtained in violation of a statute, an administrative rule or regulation, or a rule of procedure unless exclusion is expressly authorized by statute or by a rule prescribed by the Supreme Court pursuant to statutory authority.
(2) SPECIAL RULE RELATING TO OBJECTIVELY REASONABLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES- Evidence which is otherwise excludable under paragraph (1) shall not be excluded if the search or seizure was carried out in circumstances justifying an objectively reasonable belief that the search or seizure was in conformity with the statute, administrative rule or regulation, or rule of procedure, the violation of which occasioned its being excludable.
(c) RULES OF CONSTRUCTION- This section shall not be construed to require or authorize the exclusion of evidence in any proceeding. Nothing in this section shall be construed so as to violate the fourth article of amendments to the Constitution of the United States.
(d) LIMITATION- This section shall not apply with respect to a search or seizure carried out by, or under the authority of, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
(e) LIMITATION- This section shall not apply with respect to a search or seizure carried out by, or under the authority of, the Internal Revenue Service.'.
(b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 223 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
`3510. Admissibility of evidence obtained by search or seizure.'.
Passed the House of Representatives February 8, 1995.
Attest: Clerk. 104th CONGRESS. 1st Session. H. R. 666. AN ACT. To control crime by exclusionary rule reform.
HR 2162 IH
To restore immigration to traditional levels by curtailing illegal immigration and imposing a ceiling on legal immigration.
Mr. ARCHER introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition to the Committees on Ways and Means, Commerce, Agriculture, and Government Reform and Oversight, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned
c) IMPROVEMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS-
(1) ISSUANCE OF ENHANCED CARD FOR CITIZENS- The Secretary shall cause to be issued enhanced Social Security account number cards to United States citizens and United States nationals who are 16 years of age or older upon application, proof of identity, proof of citizenship or nationality, and payment of a reasonable fee.
(2) ISSUANCE OF ENHANCED CARD FOR ALIENS- The Secretary shall cause to be issued enhanced Social Security account number cards to aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence or who are otherwise authorized to work in the United States and who are 16 years of age or older upon application, proof of identity, verification of status by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and payment of a reasonable fee.
(3) REQUIREMENTS OF NEW CARDS-
(A) The cards issued pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2) shall--
(i) be uniform in appearance,
(ii) be as tamper-proof and counterfeit- resistant as is practicable,
(iii) contain a photograph and such other identifying information that is specific to each person [i.e. fingerprints, DNA, etc.] as the Secretary shall determine,
(iv) contain the name, sex, date of birth, citizenship status, and Social Security account number of the issuee, and
(v) incorporate a machine-readable encoding of the information contained in the card.
[End of Excerpt]
Restoration of the United States Constitution
Adopted by unanimous vote on June 17, 1995 by the Republican Party of Texas State Executive Committee
RESOLUTION # 5
Whereas, The Republican Party of Texas recognizes that acts of the Congressional body and the Office of the President of the United States of America created an emergency condition, and that on and after March 6, 1933 and March 9, 1933 the same said Public Offices effectively impaired and suspended the Constitution for the United States of America under pretense of these same created emergency conditions, and that the impairments and disabilities yet exist and are in full force and effect throughout the Nation and several States of the Union as of the date of this resolution"; and
Whereas, there has occurred continuous breach of trust, duty and obligation imposed under authority of the Constitution for the United States of America, resulting in a continued abridgment of the Rights, Privileges, Immunities, and Liberties of Citizens and others, all committed under pretense of a continuing national crisis and furtherance of emergency conditions"; and
Whereas, In the "Foreword" of United States Senate Report 93-549 it states "Since March 9, 1933, the United States of America has been in a declared state of national emergency which has not been resolved during the last 62 years"; and
Whereas, Senate Report 93-549 admits and professes that "This vast range of powers taken together confers enough authority to rule our country without reference to normal constitutional process"; and
Whereas, in Title 12 United States Code it is arbitrarily declared that "The actions, regulation, rules, licenses, orders and proclamations heretofore or hereafter taken, promulgated, made, or issued by the President of the United States or the Secretary of Treasury since March 4, 1933, pursuant to the authority conferred by subsection (b) of the Act of October 6, 1917, as amended [12 USCS sec 95a], are hereby approved and confirmed.. (Mar. 9, 1933, c.1, Title 1, sec 1, 48 Stat. 1.)". We therefore recognize that every order issued by the President since March 9, 1933, or any order issued thereafter was and is automatically approved and confirmed. These powers being conferred under purported authority of the Act of October 6, 1917, as amended on March 9, 1933, are strictly the War Powers, and have been wrongfully used against the several States of the Union and the People (See Stoehr vs. Wallace 255 US 239) ;and
Whereas, our forefathers recognizing these same conditions wrote to the British Parliament and King of Great Britain in The Declaration of Rights of 1774:
"Whereas, since the close of the last war, the British Parliament, claiming a power of right to bind the people of America, by statute, in all cases whatsoever, hath in some acts expressly imposed taxes on them, and in others, under various pretenses, but in fact for the purpose of raising a revenue, hath imposed rates and duties payable in these colonies established a board of commissioners, with unconstitutional powers , and extended the jurisdiction of courts of admiralty, not only for collecting the said duties, but for the trial of causes merely arising within the body of a county
And Whereas, in consequence of other statutes, judges, who before held only estates at will in their offices, have been made dependent on the Crown alone for their salaries, and standing armies kept in times of peace...
Today under pretense of the emergency and reorganization the mischief has been recreated and reinstituted within the Nation and several States of the Union, and has once again left the people without any plain, speedy or adequate remedy, and is wholly contrary to the true original extent and end of the Union and civil Government as ordained and established by the People; and
Whereas, In November, 1994 our Republican State Governors unanimously adopted the Williamsburg Resolve. In it, they said: "The challenges to the liberties of the people... comes from our own Federal government that has defied, and now ignores, virtually every constitutional limit fashioned by the framers to confine its reach and thus to guard the freedoms of the people" and that "Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of... the Constitution, and thus violated the rights guaranteed to the people"; and
Whereas, George Washington forewarned the Nation and several States of the Union in his 1796 farewell address "If in the opinion of the people the distribution or modification of the constitutional powers be in any particular wrong, let it be corrected by an amendment in the way the Constitution designates. But let there be no change by usurpation; for though this in one instance may be the instrument of good, it is the customary weapon by which free governments are destroyed... "; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Texas being duly apprised of the continuing emergency declared on March 9, 1933, demands that the Gold and Silver Coin be fully reinstated and maintained as the lawful money and tender of payment of debts within the United States of America, and that any and all notes and obligations heretofore or hereinafter issued be brought back to and maintained at par value with the said Coin"; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that The Republican Party of Texas hereby demands the rescinding of the Emergency Banking Relief Act of March 9, 1933 and all subsequent related acts thereunder and demands a Presidential proclamation declaring the related state of national emergency declared on March 9, 1933 terminated thereby returning the United States of America to its original peacetime Constitutional Republic.
Adopted by unanimous vote on June 17, 1995 by the Republican Party of Texas State Executive Committee
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WAR EMERGENCY POWERS
Whereas: When the United States Congress declares an emergency, there is no Constitutional government, and are no restraining laws put upon Congress under War Emergency Powers; and
Whereas: On March 9, 1933 the United States Congress approved War Emergency Powers pursuant to Sec. 5 of the Act of October 6, 1917 and since March 9, 1933 the people of the United States of America have been in a state of delcared national emergency; and
Whereas: Under the power delegated by these statutes the President may seize property, organize and control means of production, seize commodities, assign forces abroad, institute martial law, seize and control all transportation and communication, regulate the operation of private enterprise, restrict travel, and control the lives of the lives of the American people; and
Whereas: The privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall be suspended in case of declared national emergency; and
Whereas: Citizens may be held for capital offenses without the indictment of a Grand Jury in the times of war or public danger; and
Whereas: On March 9, 1933 Chapter 1, Title 1, Sec. 1, 48 Stat 1 the actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders and proclomations issued by the president or the secretary of treasury pursuant to the authority conferred by subdivision (b) of Sec. 5 as amended 12 USC's Sec. 95a has not been rescinded; therefore be it
Resolved: The California Republican Assembly at the Annual Convention in San Diego, March 26, 1995, does hereby determine to inform members of state and federal elected and appointed offices that the United States of America is presently under War and Emergency Powers and has been for 62 years; be it further
Resolved: That the California Republican Assembly will support only men and women who are willing to become aware of the usurpation of the power of the United States Constitution and who are committed to restoring our Constitution to its rightful place as the Supreme Law of our Land.
Adopted by the California Republican Assembly, March 26, 1995.
SHORT TITLE: OPPOSING FEDERAL MANDATES ON STATES
BILL VERSION: HCS SJR 7 (STA)
TITLE: Relating to mandates imposed on the states by the federal government. SJR 7
Relating to mandates imposed on the states by the federal government.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:
WHEREAS the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution for the United States states:
"The powers not delegatd to the Unites States by the Constitution, not prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."; and
WHEREAS the Tenth Amendment defines the total scope of federal power as being that specifically granted by the United States Constitution and no more; and
WHEREAS the scope of power defined by the Tenth Amendment means that the federal government was created by the states specifically to be an agent for the states; and
WHEREAS today, the states are demonstrably treated as agents of the federal government; and
WHEREAS many federal mandates are directly in violation of the Tenth Amendment; and SJR 7 and
WHEREAS the United States Supreme Court has ruled in New York v. United States, 2 112 S. Ct. 2408 (1992), that the Congress may not simply commandeer the legislative ["and regulatory" - left out of Alaska] processes of the states; and
WHEREAS a number of proposals now pending before the Congress may further violate the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution; and
WHEREAS numerous resolutions addressing various mandates imposed on the states by federal law have been sent to the federal government by the Alaska State Legislature without any response or result; and
WHEREAS the United States Constitution envisions sovereign states and guarantees the states a republican form of government; and
WHEREAS Alaska and its municipalities are losing their power to act on behalf of SJR 7
WHEREAS Alaska and its municipalities are losing their power to act on behalf of state Citizens as the power of government is moving farther away from the people into the hands of federal agencies composed of officials who are not elected and who are unaware of the needs of Alaska and the other states; and
WHEREAS the federal court system affords a means to liberate the states from the grips of federal mandates;
BE IT RESOLVED that the Alaska State Legislature hereby claims sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution for the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by that constitution; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution serves as notice and demand to the federal government to cease and desist, effective immediately, imposing mandates on the states that are beyond the scope of its constituitionally delegated powers; and be it
FURTHER RELOLVED that the Governor is respectfully requested to examine and challenge by legal action on behalf of the state, federal mandates contained in court rulings, federal laws and regulations, or federal practices to the extent those mandates infringe on the sovereignty of Alaska or the state's authority over issues affecting its citizens; and be it
FURTHER RESOLVED that Alaska's sister states are urged to participate in any legal action brought under this resolution.
COPIES of this resolution shall be sent to the Honorable Bill Clinton, President of the United States; the Honorable Al Gore, Jr., Vice-President of the United States and President of the U.S. Senate; the Honorable Strom Thurmond, President Pro Tempore of the U.S. Senate; the Honorable Newt Gingrich, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; to the Honorable Ted Stevens and the Honorable Frank Murkowski, Honorable Don Young, U.S. Representative, members of the Alaska delegation in Congress; and to the the governor of each of Alaska's sister states.
State of Arizona REFERENCE TITLE: repeal of Federal
35th Legislature Reserve Act; memorial
Second Regular Session -------------------------------------
Referred on -------------------------
¦ HCM 2002 ¦ --------------------------------------
¦ INTRODUCED ¦ --------------------------------------
¦ January 21, 1982 ¦ --------------------------------------
Representatives Jones, Skelly, Hamilton: Abril, Baker, Barr, Cajero, Carlson
West, Cooper, Courtright, De Long, English, Everall, Goudinoff, Harelson,
Hartdegen, Hays, Higuera, Hull, Hungerford, Jennings, Jewett, Jordan, Kelly,
Kenny, Kline, Kunasek, Lane, Lewis, Macy, McConnell, McElhaney, Meredith,
Messinger, Morales, Pacheco, Ratliff, Rockwell, Rodriguez, Rosenbaum, Sossaman,
Thomas, Thompson, Todd. Vukcevich. West, Wettaw, Wilcox, Wright, Senators
Corbet, Gabaldon, Getzwiller, Gonzales, J, Gutierrez, Hardt, Hill, Kay,
Lindeman, Lunn, Mack, Runyan, Sawyer, Steiner, Swink, Taylor, Tenney, Turley,
A CONCURRENT MEMORIAL
URGING THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO REPEAL THE
FEDERAL RESERVE ACT
1 To the President and the Congress of the United States of America:
2 Your memorialist respectfully represents:
3 Wheras, Article I, Section 8, Constitution of the United States,
4 provides that only the Congress of the United States shall have the power
5 "to borrow money on the credit of the United States;" and
6 Whereas, Article I, Section 8, Constitution of the United States,
7 directs that only the Congress of the United States is permitted "to coin
8 Money and regulate the Value thereof"; and
9 Whereas, the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 transferred the power to
10 borrow money on the credit of the United States to a consortium of private
11 bankers in violation of the prohibitions of Article I, Section 8,
12 Constitution of the United States; and
13 Whereas, the Congress of the United States is without authority to
14 delegate any powers which it has received under the Constitution of the
15 United States established by the people of the United States; and
16 Whereas, Article I, section I, Constitution of the United States,
17 provides that "all legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a
18 Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of
19 Representatives"; and
20 Whereas, the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was imposed upon the People
21 of the State of Arizona in violation of the provisions of Article I,
22 section I, Constitution of the United States; and
23 Whereas, the Federal Reserve Banking System, has threatened the
24 integrity of our government through the arbitrary and capricious control
25 and management of the nation's money supply; and
1 Whereas, the United States is facing, in the current decade, an
2 economic debacle of massive proportions due in large measure to a continued
3 erosion of our national currency and the resultant high interest rates
4 caused by the policies of the Federal Reserve Board; and
5 Wherefore, your memorialist, the House of Representatives of the State of
6 Arizona, the Senate concurring, prays:
7 1. That the Congress of the United States immediately enact such
8 legislation as is necessary to repeal the Federal Reserve Act.
9 2. That the Secretary of State of Arizona transmit copies of this
10 memorial to the President of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the
11 House of Representatives of the United States and to each member of the
12 Arizona Congressional Delegation.
Passed Arizona House, Jan. 28, 1982, 51 yeas, 0 noes, 9 not voting
Passed Arizona Senate, Mar. 1, 1982, 17 yeas, 12 noes, 1 not voting
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MONETARY RESOLUTION - ALABAMA
H. J. R. 90
Enrolled, House Joint Resolution,
-------- MEMORIALIZING CONGRESS TO REPEAL THE FEDERAL
WHEREAS, the state of Alabama has a duty to support
and defend the Constitution of the United States against
all enemies, foreign and domestic; and
WHEREAS, THE Constitution vests in the Congress
of the United States supreme power "to coin money, regulate
the value thereof and of foreign coin, and fix the standard
of weights and measures"; and
WHEREAS, the Congress passed the Federal Reserve
Act in 1913 " ...to furnish an elastic currency," and
thereby abdicated its duty to the American people to fix a
constant lawful value for United States money and thus
insure prosperity for honest, law-abiding, productive
WHEREAS, the national debt in 1913 was less than
TWO BILLION DOLLARS for the entire Nation, while the
national debt in 1981 approximates ONE TRILLION DOLLARS; and
WHEREAS, the people of Alabama are suffering
the disastrous effects of bankruptcy, unemployment, and
privation, when they are ready, willing and able to work
for an honest living, but many find themselves unable to do
so, for lack of available jobs or capital; and
WHEREAS, the direct effect of the dictatorial
control of interest rates exercised by the Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System has been steeply accelerating
and inflationary interest charges, with the consequent and
predictable destruction of business, agriculture and industry
in Alabama and the Nation; and
WHEREAS, the Federal Reserve Act, Section 19,
specifically precludes the State of Alabama from effectively
legislating or enacting any lawful ceiling on the extortionate
interest rates or usury demanded of our people by the
Federal Reserve bankers, thereby immunizing the banks and
bankers from any threat of civil or criminal penalty on
account of their extortionate monetary demands; and
WHEREAS, the direct effect of the Federal
Reserve Act, as amended, is to lay an interest charge upon
every single dollar of paper currency which circulates in
our State and Nation as a Federal Reserve Note, and it
thereby lays an invisible burden on uncontrolled and
uncontrollable debt and taxes upon the backs of our people;
WHEREAS, the United States Government owns no
stock in the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Reserve
is not a government agency, and is, in fact, an oppressive
and extortionate, privately owned economic monopoly,
entirely independent of any real governmental control,
except by means of direct legislative action and intervention
by the Congress, which established the Federal Reserve in
the first place; and
WHEREAS, Section 30 of the Federal Reserve Act
provides that "The right to amend, alter or repeal this
Act is expressly reserved"; and
WHEREAS, the Honorable Henry Gonzales, United
States Congressman from the State of Texas has introduced
a Bill, H.R. 4358, in the United States Congress, expressly
providing for the immediate repeal of the Federal Reserve
Act; now therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE
OF ALABAMA, BOTH HOUSES THEREOF CONCURRING, That this body
hereby memorializes the Congress of the United States,
and especially Alabama's Congressional Delegation, both
Senate and House of Representatives, for the immediate
passage of this important legislation, H.R. 4358, to the
end that peace and prosperity, and the blessings of a
Sovereign God may be the lot of our people.
RESOLVED FURTHER, That a copy of the resolution
be sent to each member of the Alabama Congressional Delegation
and to each presiding officer of the United States Congress
Speaker of the House of Representatives
President and Presiding Officer of the Senate
House of Representatives
I hereby certify that the within House Joint Resolution originated
in and was adopted by the House February 9, 1982.
John W. Pemberton
Senate Feb. 25, 1982 adopted
MONETARY RESOLUTION - WASHINGTON
ENGROSSED SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 127
State of Washington By Senators Metcalf, Vognild, Rasmussen
47th Legislature Moore, McCaslin, Pullen, Guess
2nd Extraordinary Session Hansen, Bauer, Lysen, Craswell
Read first time December 1, 1981. Under suspension of rules, read second time
December 1, 1981, and amended. Read third time December 1, 1981, and adopted.
1 WHEREAS, A sound money system is absolutely vital to a
2 free people; and
3 WHEREAS, Uncontrolled inflation and exorbitant interest
4 rates have historically been not only disastrous to the people
5 but proof of an unsound money system and thus a real threat to
6 established governments; and
7 WHEREAS, The present rampant inflation and exobitant
8 interest rates are a clear and present danger to the people and
9 to the governments of the State of Washington and the United
10 States of America; and
11 WHEREAS, The power to create and loan money to the United
12 States Government and to set interest rates even at exorbitant
13 levels are major factors in the inflation and interest rate
14 crisis; and
15 WHEREAS, Article I, Section 8, of the United States
16 Constitution grants to Congress the power to coin (or print)
17 money; and
18 WHEREAS, The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 delegates to a
19 federally chartered private banking system the power to create
20 money and set interest rates; and
21 WHEREAS, The United States Constitution nowhere grants
22 the authority to delegate such power; and
23 WHEREAS, There has never been an independent audit of the
24 Federal Reserve;
25 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Senate of the
26 State of Washington, the House concurring, That it is hereby the
27 declared intent of the State of Washington to cause to be filed
28 in the United States Supreme Court;
29 (1) An action challenging the constitutionality of the
30 delegation of the power to create money to the Federal Reserve;
32 (2) An action to require an independent audit of the
33 Federal Reserve. ESCR 127
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