Identifying Unconstitutional Acts
House and/or Senate
Joint Resolution ___.
Whereas, it’s extremely clear members of Congress (past and present) have acted to intentionally destroy the sovereignty of the State of _______ and subvert the Constitution of the United States by pretending to give the Presidency powers beyond those cited in Art. II of the Constitution, a fact attested to by United States Senate's Report No. 93-549, wherein we find: "This vast range of (presidential emergency) powers . . . confer enough authority to rule the country without reference to normal constitutional processes," and
Whereas thirty Republican Governors' unanimously agreed on 11-22-94 that "Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of its jurisdiction under the Constitution and thus violated Rights guaranteed to the people;" and
Whereas, there’s strong evidence suggesting these alleged actions included announcing the ratification of, and implementing, several constitutional amendments whose purposes are diametrically opposed to constitutional intent and the destruction of the liberty our founding fathers sought for Americans though the amendments were never properly ratified; and
Whereas, a comparative analysis of the rights of Americans as theoretically secured for us by our Bill of Rights and the principles set forth in the Declaration of Independence and Constitution with the operation of our nation reveals serious departure from those rights and
Whereas, the initiation and continuation of these policies, and the legislation in support of them may be the result of emergency powers legislatively awarded the presidency over the years in violation of the Constitution, the implementation of constitutional amendments that are inconsistent with the spirit and intent of our nation's founders; the enforcement of policies and laws contained in treaties that contradict our Bill of Rights and policies, procedures and laws set forth in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution for the United States of America; and
Whereas, the general and complete disarmament program being carried out today under Public Law 87-297 will soon result in the United States being unable to defend itself should Americans decide to return their government to within the limits prescribed by our Constitution for the United States of America,
Be it Resolved by the Senate of the State of ________, the House thereof concurring, that the Legislature of this State hereby establishes a commission to be composed of a registered voter from each congressional district in the state who will be chosen at random for the purpose of making determinations on the following:
2. Whether the Congress
intends to repeal the Emergency Powers of the President cited in U.S. Senate
Report 93-549 and all other Emergency Powers which may have been given the
Presidency and which may have, or which may now be, "abridging" the
Constitution for the United States of America and to reinstate the
Constitution as the supreme law of the land; and if not, the action required
by the states to ensure their agent takes that action promptly.
3. Whether Amendments 11
to 26; inclusive, to the Constitution for the United States of America were
properly ratified, and whether or not these amendments contributed to
advancing the cause for which the United States of America was established
as provided in the Preamble to the Constitution.
4. Whether there are any
constitutional amendments that were properly ratified, but subsequently
removed without due process.
5. What, if any, are the
major Federal actions that have "exceeded the clear bounds of Federal
jurisdiction under the Constitution," who was or is responsible for
passing and/or perpetuating the actions, and whether or not these actions
are in violation of the laws of Title 18 of the United States Criminal Code;
Be it further resolved that any expenses incurred by the commission in carrying out its duties, to include those expenses necessary to obtain expert testimony, shall be paid from the operating funds of the Senate and the House, to be disbursed upon direction of the Joint Committee; and
Be it further resolved that the commission is to issue an interim report on its findings to the Legislature in not more than six months and that upon submission of its final report and completion of questioning by members of the Legislature, the commission shall be abolished.