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||Introduction Syllabus For The Outrageous
Failures' In Three (3) Slide Shows.
Failure Series of Slide Shows.
The three slide show series is
on the damage by the Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) to the
Constitution, to religion, to public education; hence to the community
and culture of the USA.
- Part 1 of 3, is in a separate slide
show, and explains how
SCOTUS has failed "We, The People" by not properly applying
1st Amendment. Part 1 explains Jefferson's original
of the 1st Amendment's three-point test for separation; namely, "DUAL
and EQUAL and PARALLEL Walls of Separation" of Church and State Tyranny.
This is so significant, yet so elementary, that it
it's own introductory slide show:: "Separation
Of Church and STATE TYRANNY - The Egregious Religious Usurpations By
The Supreme Court. (Part 1 of 3.)".
- Part 2 of 3, (95% done ) This slide show
explains, by a rebuttal
and debate format, how SCOTUS' personal hostility, prejudice and bias
to religion has erupted into their unreasonable, irresponsible
unconstitutional judicial decisions. It is easily
when there is an objective analysis of the facts.
See this: Part 2 of 3.: "The
GRAB, And The
Case For Nullification. The Egregious Religious Usurpations
The Supreme Court. (Part 2 of 3.)" http://Hisways.org/about/ChurchStateTyranny/SCOTUS-FAIL2.html
( 9 slides)
- Part 3 of 3, (50%
done ) which is the third
in the series of three
slide shows, is an explanation of SCOTUS' FAILURES by the use of THE
PRINCIPLES OF FREEDOM. Whereas Parts 1 and 2 deal mostly with
Bill of Rights of the Constitution, this part reviews the pertinent
court decisions based on an analysis of THE PRINCIPLES
OF FREEDOM and the RAC Index.
(Righteously Aggressive Constitutionist's
Tables.) see . . . Part 3: "The
Supreme Court's MASSIVE POWER GRAB, And The Case For
Nullification. The Egregious Religious Usurpations
Supreme Court. (Part 3. of 3.)" http://Hisways.org/about/ChurchStateTyranny/SCOTUS-FAIL3.html
||Recommended Research and References.
- Video: The 14th
Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: A History was
adopted on July 9, 1868. Video by Institute
For Justice . (Oct 11, 2011) (13 min. Opens YouTube
video in new window.)
Only 'Assumes' You Have 1st Amendment Rights via 14th Amendment
by P.A. Madison on March 5th, 2007 (Opens a new window to
Amendment/Nullification Movement "The 10th
Amendment Movement is an effort to push back against
unconstitutional federal laws and regulations on a state level. The
principle is known as “nullification,” and was advised by many
- Bryan Fischer: "nullification"
... "an obscure 18th century doctrine" of
Thomas Jefferson; ... "the
states are under no obligation of any kind to submit
to such abuses of power. We must never forget that the
central government is the creation of the states, not the
other way round. The
states cautiously delegated certain prerogatives to the federal
government for the sake of preserving the unity of the fledgling Union
and strengthening its ability to defend us against foreign threats, but
reserved every other right of action for themselves." http://www.afa.net/Blogs/BlogPost.aspx?id=2147502466
Members | eBook: The 14th Amendment and the Incorporation Doctrine
( 13 page PDF) or from the author's
14th Amendment and the Incorporation Doctrine By Dave Benner
| August 11, 2015; A true grasp of the 14th
Amendment is one
of the more boggling and complicated aspects of the federal
Constitution, but it is also one of the most important.
thorough study of history is necessary to formulate a true contempt
toward the impulses of modern judicial orthodoxy. Dave
Benner | Writer, Speaker, Constitutional Scholar