Committee to Elect Loretta Miller Fl US Congress District 15

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Loretta Miller

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There is no religion in my campaign. If you are an America who pledges allegiance to the United States Then You are a Constitutionalist.


Title of Nobility Clause

 The Title of Nobility Clause is a provision in Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution,[1] that prohibits the federal government from granting titles of nobility, and restricts members of the government from receiving gifts, emoluments, offices or titles from foreign states without the consent of the United States Congress. Also known as the Emoluments Clause, it was designed to shield the republican  character of the United States against so-called "corrupting foreign  influences." This shield is reinforced by the corresponding prohibition  on state titles of nobility in Article I, Section 10, and more generally by the Republican Guarantee Clause in Article IV, Section 4


 B.A.R.   British Accreditation Registry is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. A bar association is a professional body of lawyers who, in some jurisdictions, are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession. 

No Attorneys should be allowed to run for office since they are associated with the British Accreditation Registry


The title Esquire also a Royal title  Word Origin and History for esquire, a noun late 14c., from Middle French esquier "squire," literally "shield-bearer" (for a knight), from Old French escuyer, from Vulgar Latin scutarius "shield-bearer, guardsman" (in classical Latin, "shield-maker"), from scutum"shield" (see hide (n.1)).

For initial e-, see especial. Cf. squire. Originally the feudal rank below knight, sense broadened 16c. to a general title of courtesy or respect for the educated class, especially, later, in U.S., for lawyers.

This is why those who are attorney's in congress have no regard for WE THE PEOPLE and feel they are above the law.

WE THE PEOPLE

 

The following principles should be considered planks in the platform of any candidate who calls himself or herself a "constitutionalist":

  1.  The rights recognized in the Bill of Rights are rights that  precede the Constitution, apply to all persons everywhere and all times, and  considered as restrictions on the actions of government officials or agents,  apply to all officials or agents at all levels of government, federal, state,  and local, and even to the treatment of any persons anywhere outside the  territorial jurisdiction of the United States, except when otherwise authorized  by a declaration of war or letters of marque and reprisal.
  2.  The right to keep and bear arms, like other rights in the Bill  of Rights, is an individual right, at all levels of government, and covers all  weapons or other tools or supplies that might be used for defense, riot  control, personal protection, law enforcement, or emergency response. The only  regulation permitted is to facilitate and discipline militia and enhance its  effectiveness.
  3.  No right, including the right to keep and bear arms, may be  disabled, that is, restricted partially or entirely, by any process other than  a trial in which the subject shall have the right of a jury, and in which the  burden of proof is on the petitioner that either the disablement is a  punishment authorized by statute for a crime proved to have been committed by  the subject, or that if the right of the defendant is not disabled it would be  exercised in a way that would threaten the rights of others or be a danger to  the defendant. Any statute disabling a right for a person convicted of a crime  is a prohibited bill of attainder. Any such disablement must be explicitly  stated in the sentence or judgment of the court.
  4.  Legislative restriction of any right constitutes a prohibited  bill of attainder, and perhaps also a prohibited ex post facto statute, and as  such is null and void from inception. This includes statutes restricting  purchase, possession, or use of a weapon, or the exercise of any other right,  by persons convicted of a crime if the restriction is not made part of the  sentence. It also includes statutes requiring carry permits for a weapon. The  only credential permitted in regard to any right is a certificate that the  right has not been disabled, but the carrying of such a certificate may not be  required.
  5.  In all references to the power to "regulate", that power does  not include the power to prohibit all modalities of a thing, and it does not  include the power to impose criminal penalties (disablement of life, limb, or  liberty), but only civil (fines, loss of privileges).
  6.  The "commerce" among the states and with foreign nations which  the Congress has the power to regulate (Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 3) consists only of  transfers of ownership and possession of tangible goods, for a valuable  consideration, that commence in one state and terminate in another, or in one  state and terminate in a foreign nation, or in a foreign nation and terminate  in a state. It does not include regulation of "traffic" except insofar as it is  necessary to identify commercial traffic carrying commodities subject to  regulation. It does not include primary production, such as mining,  agriculture, herding, fishing, or hunting. It does not include manufacturing,  retail sales, possession, use, transport or disposal of one's property not part  of an exchange. It does not include other activities of those engaged in  commerce or anything not itself a tangible commodity that "affects" commerce,  substantially or otherwise.
  7.  The only crimes committed on state territory over which the  national government have jurisdiction are (1) counterfeiting, (2) piracy and  felonies on the high seas, (3) offenses against the laws of nations (Art. I  Sec. 8), (4) violations of military law by military personnel or militia  personnel in actual service, (5) treason (Art. III Sec. 2), (6) enslavement  (13th Amendment), (7) deprivations of rights by a government agent (14th  Amendment), (8) deprivation of the right to vote on the basis of race (15th  Amendment), gender (19th Amendment), non-payment of a tax (24th Amendment), or  age 18 or older (26th Amendment). All other statutes imposing criminal  penalties are inapplicable to actions committed on state territory.
  8.  The location of a crime governing the territorial jurisdiction  for its prosecution is the location of the center of the perpetrator's brain at  the moment the criminal act is performed, not where the effects of the act  occur. The only extraterritorial criminal jurisdiction is on the high seas and  unclaimed territory such as Antarctica or outer space.
  9.  The powers "necessary and proper" (Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 18) to a  delegated power are only those powers essential to the administration of the  delegated power, not any power that might serve the same purpose as such a  delegated power. In particular, it does not include the power to impose  criminal penalties for violation of a regulation, or for interference with  regulated or promoted activities or spending.
  10.  The "general welfare" clause (Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 1) is not the  delegation of a power, but a restriction of the power to raise taxes (and spend  the funds raised) to only those things that benefit the nation generally, and  not just some region or group. There is no federal power to make "internal  improvements" unless they are incidental to a delegated power, such as  defense.
  11.  It is unconstitutional to impose a tax for a regulatory or  confiscatory purpose, or for any purpose other than the raising of revenue.  
  12.  There is no concurrent jurisdiction of the national government  and the state governments over any offense, and for purposes of the double  jeopardy protection (5th Amendment) the "same offense" is a physical act of the  accused, and multiple prosecution is prohibited for the same or continuing  physical act under different charges, statutes, or sovereigns. If the federal  government wants to assert jurisdiction for a violation of civil rights by a  state official, it must first void any prosecution by the state for the same  physical act.
  13.  The U.S. Congress has general legislative jurisdiction over a  territory only if (1) it has been purchased by the national government with the  consent of the legislature of the state of which it is a part; (2) it has been  purchased and is being used only for a public purpose; (3) the state  legislature has explicitly ceded exclusive legislative jurisdiction over that  specific parcel, described by metes and bounds, in a act according to that  state's constitution; and (4) the national government has clear title and  effective possession of the parcel. Concurrent jurisdiction is not permitted,  except that residents of the parcel should retain their citizenship in the  ceding state for purposes of voting for national and state office. Jurisdiction  reverts to the state if any of the conditions of its cession terminate. Such  territories include the District of Columbia, U.S. coastal waters, U.S.-flag  vessels at sea, and the grounds of U.S. embassies abroad. It does not include  possessions such as Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, or Guam, over which the  national government may have civil but not criminal jurisdiction.
  14.  Citizenship of any political subdivision of the United States  is based only on residence address, and a person is a citizen of a federal  territory and subject to its jurisdiction only if he or she is a voluntary  resident of that territory.
  15.  All persons present within the territorial jurisdiction of the  United States have the duty to not only obey constitutional statutes and other  official acts, but to help enforce them, and to train and equip themselves,  alone and in combination with others, to do so. All persons in their capacity  as defenders of the community are the militia, any person aware of a threat has  the authority and the duty to call up the militia to meet it, and any person  receiving a credible call up has the duty to respond to it. It is a duty to  maintain a militia system at a state of organization, training, and equipment,  involving all fit adult citizens and would-be citizens, sufficient to overcome  the military.
  16.  In any situation in which laws are in conflict, any person has  the inalienable duty to make an independent determination of which law is  superior, and to enforce the superior law. When that superior law is the  Constitution, the duty is called constitutional review, and judicial review  when done by a court. It may not be relinquished to superiors, judges, or legal  advisers.
  17.  Unless a criminal statute explicitly limits who may enforce it,  it is equally enforceable by any person, and enforcement authority is derived  from the law and from a warrant or commission, not from a title or employment  status. Government agents have no criminal law enforcement authority that  civilians don't also have. However, law enforcement officials, such as sheriffs  and U.S. marshals, may have command rank in situations where they are present.  The title of "federal agent" carries no command rank.
  18.  Any protection of government agents or other persons from  criminal or civil liability for their actions, or special penalties for  offenses against them, not enjoyed by others, constitutes the granting to them  of a title of nobility, which is prohibited.
  19.  Based on available evidence, and until it can be proved  otherwise, the Income Tax Amendment shall be considered not to have been  ratified. Even if it was, the "income" which is taxable under it is only  "unearned" income such as interest, dividends, and rents, and not wages for  labor.
  20.  Fiat currency must not be made legal tender within a state, and  the constitutional requirement that only gold or silver be legal tender on  state territory must be enforced. Federal reserve notes are not legal tender  for the payment of debts within, to, or from a state.
  21.  A constitution is not a contract but the Supreme Law, which  provides for all contracts into which any department of government may engage.  There are no "implied contracts" in which a government is a party.
  22.  Common law crimes are ex post facto and as such  prohibited by the Constitution. In particular, the national government has no  authority to punish for perjury, fraud, or contempt of court any act not  committed on federal territory. 
  23.  Require that all issues of law be argued in the presence of the  jury, who shall be provided with copies of all pleadings and access to an  adequate law library. Instruct the jury has it the power to review legal  decisions of the court, as well as decide the facts, for a general verdict in a  case. The only exception would be legal argument that cannot be made without disclosing evidence that is properly excluded.
  24.  In a jury trial any opinion on the law rendered by a judge  shall be considered testimony, subject to cross-examination and rebuttal.
  25.  The right of an accused to counsel is a right to counsel of his  choice, including persons not otherwise admitted to practice law.
  26.  Prosecution of persons accused of a crime may not be limited to  public prosecutors. The determination of who may criminally prosecute is the  exclusive duty of a grand jury.
  27.  Courts and prosecutors are not permitted to obstruct access of  any person to a grand jury to present evidence or a petition, but only to  regulate the timing and manner of it to make such access orderly and  expeditious.
  28.  Only a natural person or aggregate of natural persons may be a  party to a legal proceeding. In particular, in rem "civil forfeiture" is  prohibited unless there is no apparent owner or claimant, in which case the  defendant is "persons unknown". Property shall be taken only to the extent  necessary to pay a specific fine or judgment imposed by the ruling of a court.  It may not include any assets not exclusively owned by, or, if the ownership  cannot be determined, in the exclusive possession of the accused, and any  surplus from a public sale of the asset over that needed to pay such fine or  judgment shall be returned to the apparent owner or possessor. 
  29.  The President or other public official may not direct any  offensive action by the military or militia without congressional authorization  in the form of a declaration or war or letters of marque or reprisal, and any  such unauthorized direction shall constitute a criminal violation under the law  of nations clause (Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 10) and an impeachable offense.

TAKE BACK THE HILL

 

  • The offenses covered under the authority to punish offenses  against the law of nations (Art. 1 Sec. 8 Cl. 10) include only the following:    

  1.  Attacks on foreign nations, their citizens, or shipping, without either a declaration of war or letters of marque and reprisal.
  2.  Dishonoring of the flag of truce, peace treaties, and boundary treaties.
  3.  Depredation of wrecked ships, their passengers and crew, and their cargo, by those who might find them.
  4.  Piracy on the high seas, even if those making the capture or their nations had not been victims.
  5.  Mistreatment of prisoners of war.
  6.  Attacks on foreign embassies, ambassadors, and diplomats, and on foreign ships and their passengers, crew, and cargo while in domestic waters or in port.
  7.  Dishonoring of extradition treaties for criminals who committed crimes in a nation with whom one has such a treaty who escape to one's territory or are found on the high seas.
  8.  Enslavement of foreign nationals and international trading in slaves. 
  9.  Entry into a country across its border without consent of lawful authorities. 
  10. It does not include any other treaties or violations thereof, and no treaty provisions are permitted or enforceable which would require the exercise of powers not delegated by the Constitution.
     

  •  Limits or disclosures on campaign contributions not convertible  to the personal use of the candidate, even when accepted in exchange for public  funding, are prohibited by the 1st Amendment, and any such public funding must  be of general benefit to the nation and not to any region or group.
  •  Religious observances may not be supported by government agents  or public funds, but neither may they be reasonably restricted on public  premises when initiated and funded by private persons, provided that this is  not done in a way that is disruptive or offensive.
  •  The monitoring of communications by government agents, which  the participants have the reasonable expectation of being private, is  prohibited without a specific search warrant and notification of the parties  involved if such notification is feasible.
  •  Any search warrant must be served on the owner or possessor of  the premises, and such person must have the reasonable opportunity to verify  the validity of the warrant, unless such person cannot be found within a  reasonable time. It is not permitted to wait until such person is absent to  search his premises, or fail to notify the person as soon as possible if such a  search and seizure is conducted.
  •  "No knock" search or arrest warrants are not permitted unless  there is imminent threat of death or injury to an innocent person, and it is  not permissible to prosecute any person for resisting an improper execution of  a warrant with deadly force or for any death or injuries that might result  therefrom.
  •  Legislative and judicial powers may not be subdelegated, and  executive powers may not be delegated to the agents of a different sovereign.  No official may make a decision adversely affecting a privilege or immunity of  a person in his jurisdiction based on an act or decision by an agent of a  different sovereign.
  •  Government agencies or departments may not legislate for  civilians by issuing "regulations" governing them, and it should never be  necessary for a reasonable person to have to read a "regulation" or other  directive to discover how to interpret a statute or decide whether or how it  might apply to him. Regulations and executive orders apply only to subordinates  of the issuing executive, including officials, agents, and contractors, or to  persons visiting proprietary facilities, or using proprietary assets, of the  government.
  •  No person shall be penalized or obstructed from petitioning for redress  against any government agency or executive official, or staff members of the  legislative or judicial branches, for relief under contract, tort, injunction,  or declaration, although it may require that monetary judgments require a  special appropriation by the legislative branch. The financial responsibility  of officials must be secured by adequate bond, and if public policy seeks to  make officials personally immune, the government must assume financial  liability for claims against them. 
  •  Replace creation of judges by elections or appointments by  political officials with sortition, or random selection, and replace single  judges with multi-judge panels to the extent feasible, from a pool selected by  objective examinations, to serve for limited terms, and to be assigned to cases  randomly.
  •  Require that upon demand by any person, through a petition for a writ of quo warranto, and before continuing  with an enforcement action, any official prove his authority for the action, by  an unbroken logical chain leading back to the applicable constitution. Reverse  the presumption of authority. 
  •  Eliminate licensing of occupations, especially the practice of  law. Establish that the practice of any occupation may be disabled only by  order of a court of competent jurisdiction, on petition therefor and proof by a  preponderance of evidence and verdict by nine of a jury of twelve, that if not  disabled the right would likely be abused, or beyond a reasonable doubt that  the defendant committed an offense for which a statute specifies disablement of  the right as a punishment, by a unanimous verdict of a jury of twelve.
  •  Secret budgets and expenditures are prohibited by Art. I Sec. 9  Cl. 7, and are not to be permitted on grounds of "national security". This  includes any funds administered by public officials or government agents even  if derived from other sources than taxes or fees. Forbid proprietary ownership  or control of private organizations by government agents or agencies except  temporarily for law enforcement investigations.
  •  Reform the Civil Service and congressional staff systems to  make it easier to reassign personnel and prevent them from becoming too  entrenched in any department or location. Reassign personnel at regular  intervals and randomly cull them. Limit terms of service. Eliminate the  seniority system. Set up chains of supervision and inspection to prevent  collusion or evasion of oversight.
  •  Have the states cede territorial jurisdiction to Congress, in  accordance with Art. I Sec. 8 Cl. 17, of airspace 300 meters or more above  buildings or terrain features, so that federal air traffic control there can be  constitutional.
  •  Require the boundaries between federal, state, and local  jurisdictions be clearly marked so that anyone passing from one to the other  will have proper notice thereof.