Constitutional Executive Orders & Amendments
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1) Drain Swamp & Vote Count — removes corrupted government officials from elected office and restores the sovereignty of the governed people's votes by properly counting every registered voter's votes.
Supporting the US Constitution, Article 6, which names the four elements of The Supreme Law of the Land
The unanimous Declaration of the united States of America, top of Paragraph 2 states,
"That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed".
With elected government officers being granted specific government powers, they also must receive the consent of the governed in order to be lawfully sworn in.
"Consent of the governed" is the majority of the total number of registered voters; defined in 1756 common-use dictionary,
Any elected officer who did not receive the consenting votes from the majority of the total number of registered voters in their district must vacate that office immediately and until such time the registered voters fill that seat with a candidate who receives the consenting votes from the majority of the total number of registered voters.
All votes for that empty seat must be in the negative, opposing anything presented for vote; until such time the people fill that seat with a candidate who receives the consenting votes from a majority of the total number of registered voters in the respective district..
2) Reduce Illegal Immigration & All Other Crime — with proper enforcement of the US Constitution's Amendment 13; laws governing illegal immigration; and if not on the books already, there should be a law that fines businesses and individual who hire people who are in these united States of America illegally with the loss of perhaps 5% of their business and/or personal assets for the first offense and 10% for the second offense.
The Authority: The Constitution for the United States of America, Amendment 13:
In supporting the US Constitution, Amendment 13, it is the duty to make certain that all people convicted of crime (including illegal immigration, terrorism, and all other types — minor and major) have been duly convicted. This relatively unused tool existed since 1865. A tool designed to nearly eliminate all types of crime.
This Executive Order makes government officials personally accountable as — after-the-fact — accomplices by violating an accused person's (and/or victim's) rights. Violating rights by government officers sets many guilty people free.
Labor Camps and Chain Gangs that require forced labor for long hours of the day are authorized by Amendment 13, which actually clarifies that it does not violate Amendment 8's cruel or unusual punishment clause — because of its later ratification date.
Amendment 13's purpose it to make the penalty for the criminal activity far worse than the crime's rewards; thus reducing crime.
We have not properly checked and stopped our government's from abusing this power, violating the - "Duly Convicted" clause of Amendment 13.
When Amendment 13 gets properly applied, the entire justice system pays for itself — because the labors of those duly convicted cover 100% of that cost.
No walls. No fences. Fewer Border Agents.
An added benefit to this system is that the inmates learn many new lawful skills and hard-work ethics so that when they get out, they will have jobs already lined up as already-trained persons. It also discourages people from life of crime, where "catch and release" with eventual amnesty, as well as plea bargains only encourages crime.
From this point on, we will enforce US Constitution, Amendment 13 for the punishment of crime.
Any government officer who violates the rights of any accused person or any victim will be tried as an accomplice. This prohibits the use of Plea Bargains, as it violates Amendment 5 and only rewards criminals on the street and criminals in government.
Legislators in all levels of government are duty bound to repeal all laws that violate their respective state constitutions, but especially where the local law violates the US Constitution's, Article 6, Supreme Law of the Land.
Law enforcement officers are duty bound to fight any law still on the books that unjustly violates the people's rights.
Judicial officers are required to Try the Laws first to see if they violate any part of the respective constitutions. If so, the accused person must be set free, as well as freeing all others accused and/or convicted of that crime. This does not free person convicted of violating other laws that comply with the respective constitutions.
If the law is found to comply with the constitution, only then is the accused person tried for violating the law in question.
US Constitution, Article 3, Section 2, "the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact". All courts deal with the Law in all criminal prosecutions. Therefore, all courts are the original jurisdiction as to the Laws and the Facts with respect to those laws passed at their respective political jurisdictions; and the appellate jurisdiction for each lower-level.
Specifically related to Illegal Immigration are penalties against people and businesses that hire illegals as well as penalties against people who enter or remain in these united States of America Illegally. For example:
Properly enforcing the laws that punish criminal actions in accord with Amendment 13, it will reduce criminal acts of all sort.
3) Stop Unconstitutional Wage Tax — Wages are not income.
The Constitution for the United States of America, Amendment 16 grants to Congress, the power to tax Income — Not Wages: "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration."
Congress Possess no authority to define what is income.
With respect to labor, income is "the gain which proceeds from labor". (1898 definition) See image
With respect to labor, wages is "the compensation for labor". (1898 definition) See image
Wages are not income. No place in the US Constitution does it grant a tax on wages and is therefore unjust.
This executive order cannot force people to not pay income tax on their wages; but can only inform the people that it is not require by Amendment 16. If anything, since the employee suffers a loss from the employment, in that they are not paid full value for their labor (proved by the fact that the employer uses the extra to pay business overhead and such) the employee should use their wages as a loss against any TRUE Income they might receive (such as: interest from investment, incoming rents, etc.) as defined under Income. See image
This give the wage-earner the largest "income tax" break since Amendment 16 was passed and unlawfully enforced against wages. Remember, Congress has no authority to define words used in the Constitution that governs their powers, unless the specific section grants to Congress to define or redefine those words.
4) Equality With Income Tax — at present, it is not applied equally and therefore is not equal protection under the law.
The Constitution for the United States of America, Amendment 16 states: "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeration." The Constitution does not authorize a census — only an enumeration in Article 1, Section 2 (detailed later in its on section).
The Constitution for the United States of America, Amendment 14, Section 1, "... nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws"
The way our government applies the "Income" tax — it does so based on a census with regard to how many people there are in particular income-brackets. Based on "amount of income", which usually is converted to unlawfully include wages; the rate of taxation is not equally applied — thus unequal protection of the laws (tax laws).
This "Income" tax is suspended with this Constitutional Executive Order for these reasons:
Potential amendments to the income tax law might include:
5) Reduce Nation's Debt — return all unconstitutional debt to those who violated The Constitution for the United States of America, by authorizing it and/or not repealing it.
From The Constitution for the United States of America, Article 6, Paragraph 1; it provides for us the means by which to eliminate all of the unjust debt our government officials passed on to us. We can effectively pass all that unjust debt back onto those who signed, authorizing it, and/or did not repeal it when they had the opportunity while in office.
Article 6, Paragraph 1:
"All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation."
All that means is that the people are not obligated to pay any debts that the present Constitution does NOT specifically authorize our government officers to engage.
This Executive Order refuses to spend public money for any thing The Constitution for the United States of America does not authorize. With the replacement of elected officials with those who attain the majority of the total number of registered voter's consent — much of this can be repealed along with many other unjust government offices and agencies and such not authorized by The Constitution for the United States of America.
All that unconstitutional debt becomes the personal liability of every living member of government who authorized it and/or when in office did not work to repeal it. Thus removing it from The Governed People's account-ledger.
6) Stop The Census — The Constitution for the United States of America authorizes an Enumeration — not a census.
Yes; the US Constitution does use both words,census and enumeration.
We do two things here: One, define each term (census and enumeration) as to what they meant in 1785. Two: Determine which one, if not both, that the Constitution actually grants to Congress to use.
Census, does not appear in the 1785 or the 1756 dictionaries. From 1898: 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A numbering of the people, and valuation of their estates, for the purpose of imposing taxes, etc.; — usually made once in five years. 2. An official registration of the number of the people, the value of their estates, and other general statistics of a country.
Enumeration, defined from 1785: The act of numbering or counting over; number told out.
We see a rather large difference in the types of information the government can rightly collect.
NOTE: Regarding the Wage-Tax and the Income-Tax; both require the census to determine how much to tax each class of financial-citizen based on how many are low-wage earner, middle-wage earners, and high-wage earners (the same with actual income). Thus the single flat percentage rate income tax on true income.
The word census appears in The Constitution for the United States of America in the following location: Article 1, Section 9, Clause 4: "No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or enumeration herein before directed to be taken."
The word census does not appear in The Bill of Rights, the word census appears, is in Amendment 16: "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration."
The word enumeration, in addition to appearing in the above locations with the word census, also appears in the following location: Twice in Article 1, Section 2, Paragraph 3: "Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers. . . The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years. . . and until such enumeration shall be made. . ."
No place in the US Constitution does it grant to Congress the power to conduct a census — only an enumeration. The power to count the numbers of the people. Not the power to invade the private lives of the people.
Based on the evidence, no more census will be taken. Only an enumeration of the people for the purposes of determining the number of representatives in the House of Representatives in Congress. This will simply amount to collecting the number of the total body of registered voters in each state; because it is the registered voters who select the representative as detailed earlier.
Census definition comes from an 1898 common use dictionary (as it did not appear in either the 1756 or 1785 common use dictionaries. This goes to show that we must also be cautious of how our dictionaries alter the way we look at our world. Dictionaries are not supposed to change the meaning of law or contracts.