The De-toothing Resource Page

The following links are offered by other folks in our WhatsApp and Skype networks, but I can neither validate nor verify the legitimacy of anything herein,
I’m just making these available to spread the ammo 🙂 

Video’s and my contact info are at the bottom of the page

Click HERE to connect at “The Hub” with Joe and others of like mind

Click HERE to search Dave’s “One Drive

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George Gordon

Click HERE for 110 hours of audio from George Gordon’s School (1986) of Common Law

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Gene Schroeder

Click HERE for Dr. Gene Schroeder’s cassette (mp3) on Trading with the Enemy

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Ralph Borysewski

Ralph Borysewski – Treason

Ralph Borysewski – Something Serious To Think About

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Nord Davis

Nord Davis – The Curse Causeless

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Sara Lockwood

Lessons in English by Sara E. Lockwood (Sara Elizabeth Husted)

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Paul Samuel Reinsch

1899 – English Common Law in the early American Colonies

Page 11 – Massachusetts

The ideas of the Massachusetts colonists on the matter of law appear very clearly from a resolve of the general court of the year 1636. The government is there entreated to make a draft of laws “agreeable to the word of God” to be the fundamental laws of the commonwealth. This draft is to be presented to the next general court. In the meantime, the magistrates are to proceed in the courts to determine all causes according to the laws then established and where there is no law “then as near to the law of God as they can“.

Page 25 – Connecticut and New Haven

In Connecticut and New Haven we find a development similar to that of Massachusetts. The Connecticut code of 1642 was copied from that of Massachusetts. The fundamental order of New Haven provides for the popular election of the magistrate, and for the punishment of criminals “according to the mind of God revealed in his word.” The general court is also to proceed according to the Scriptures, the rule of all righteous laws and sentences. In the fundamental agreement all freemen assent the Scriptures hold forth a perfect rule for the direction and government of all men, in all duties. The scriptural laws of inheritance, dividing allotments, and all things of like nature are adopted, thus very clearly founding the entire system of civil and criminal law on the word of God.

Page 54 – last paragraph

The records that have been examined exhibit everywhere, especially in the popular courts, a great informality in judicial proceedings. The large number of judges in these courts would of itself tend to make the practice informal, to make the trial more like a deliberation of a community by its representatives on the justice or injustice of the case involved. The absence of a jurist class, and especially the universal prejudice against lawyers, proves that a popular and not a technical system was being enforced. The technical knowledge of the lawyer was not demanded, and, … lawyers had to turn their hands to semi-professional or non- professional work, the courts of the colonies at that date having no need of the aid of a trained profession to discover what was the law, as the customs of the time the law was in so many cases determined by the discretion of the court.

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Olde – Hemp and Cannabis Laws   : ) 

Click HERE for ‘Olde‘ historical Law on Hemp and Cannabis

Aug 6 2018 - Weed & Seed

Weed 50k Marijuana .jpg

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381 U.S. 479 Griswold v. Connecticut

In NAACP v. Alabama, 357 U.S. 449, 462 we protected the “freedom to associate and privacy in one’s associations,” noting that freedom of association was a peripheral First Amendment right. Disclosure of membership lists of a constitutionally valid association, we held, was invalid as entailing the likelihood of a substantial restraint upon the exercise by petitioner’s members of their right to freedom of association.

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Williams v. Fears, 179 U.S. 270 (1900) = “freedom of transit” = Commercial

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Nobody believes a rumor here in Washington until it’s officially denied.
~ Edward T. Cheyfitz

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