“The Constitution... meant that its coordinate
branches should be checks on each other. But the opinion
—Thomas Jefferson to Abigail Adams, 1804. ME 11:51
Bob Schulz' We the People Foundation is formulating plans for a legal defense fund relating to Americans who are serious about stopping this corrupt government. See:
Anyone who has done any research or followed current events over the past decade, knows without any doubt that the federal and state judiciaries, for the most part, are corrupt beyond anything most people can imagine.
This is an intolerable situation for a free people. Congress has so completely failed to hold any federal judges accountable for the past century, it defies any bounds of decency and borders on the whole bunch as co-conspirators in denying Americans their constitutional rights.
However, there are, believe it or not, retired judges who do respect the U.S. Constitution, who believe in our God-given rights. It's now time for them to step up to the plate and get involved in a very public way. I know of a couple who presided in smaller county jurisdictions, but are now retired. These men now have no excuse not to step forward and be counted.
No adult American has the luxury of sitting on the sidelines watching others take the risks and the heat. Andy Jackson said one man with courage makes a majority. What we need for this massive undertaking by WTP Legal Defense Association are judges to step forward and help US fight this battle.
I know of a few, I believe there are more. Just like good sheriffs. They're out there, but they need to know you back them up or they will be hesitant to do the job you elected them to do.
This is no time for politics.
This isn't about politics.
It's about our freedom.
It's not about loyalty to any political party.
It's about our freedom.
It's about our rights.
Bob has a fine group of attorney's right now putting together the paperwork to set the foundation for this legal defense association. I met all of these attorneys in Washington, DC last month. All fine individuals dedicated to the cause of freedom. But, he also needs you retired judges out there and your experience.
If you are a retired judge at any level, please contact Bob Schulz at 518-656-3578; his e-mail is: email@example.com
Or, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send this to everyone on your mailing list. If you know a retired judge who is a constitutionalist, please give them this call for freedom.
We need their experience.
We need their commitment to stop this corrupt government or their children and grand children will live their lives on their knees as indentured servants to the world banking cartel.
None but the brave need apply in this fight for freedom.
Freedom cannot be attained and retained by observers.
Freedom gained and kept can only be achieved with a warrior class who will stand firm and live the words they speak.
Stay focused. The money is the weapon of those who seek to destroy this Republic.
Stay the course.
“I acknowledge, in the ordinary course of government, that the exposition of the laws and Constitution devolves upon the judicial; but I beg to know upon what principle it can be contended that any one department draws from the Constitution greater powers than another, in marking out the limits of the powers of the several departments. The Constitution is the charter of the people in the government; it specifies certain great powers as absolutely granted, and marks out the departments to exercise them. If the constitutional boundary of either be brought into question, I do not see that any one of these independent departments has more right than another to declare their sentiments on that point.”
James Madison,Speech before House of Representatives, Elliot's Debates (in the American Memory collection of the Library of Congress) June 16, 1789, pages 382, 383
In this painting, Patrick Henry delivers his famous "If this be treason, make the most of it!" speech, declaring his opposition to King George III's Stamp Act of 1765. A decade later, as revolutionary sentiments surged in America, Henry declared "Give me liberty or give me death!" to the Virginia Convention gathered at St. John's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia