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The peaceful realization of REVISITING 1776’s goal is contingent on having the cooperation of government officials at every level. We must evaluate each political candidate and support those sharing our goal and who possess the qualities needed to advance it. It’s suggested this questionnaire be used in the evaluation.

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Dear Candidate ________________________

I’m writing on behalf of the __________________; a group taking pride in assuring we cast informed votes. To do so, we must know if you agree with some of our core beliefs, America’s problem, and our goal. Please help us by completing this questionnaire and returning it to ____________________ at_________________________________ or by email to _____________________________.

Have you studied America’s Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights (organic Constitution)?  
Yes
     No  

If Yes, do you think you understand the spirit and intent of their authors? 
Yes
     No 

If Yes, please proceed.

Are you or have you ever  been a member of the Council of Foreign Relations? 
Yes
     No

The Declaration of Independence is our Nation's birth certificate and our Constitution’s cornerstone. For lawful government to exist, it must comply with the principles and policies set forth in these documents and the Bill of Rights when interpreted in the spirit and intent of America’s founders. 
A
gree     Disagree

Through the Constitution, the States created the federal government as their AGENT. As principals to the Constitution and under the Law of Agency, our States possess the ultimate authority and responsibility for the  proper interpretation and implementation of the Constitution.  
Agree
    
Disagree

Art. IV, Sec. 4 of the Constitution requires that each State have a Republican form of government and be protected from invasion. 
Agree
    
Disagree

Treaties, a purview of the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, cannot lawfully create law as Art. 1 Sec.1 of our Constitution vested all legislative powers in the Congress. Since the House has no authority over Treaties, any pretense to use them to create or modify our laws is an unlawful act.
Agree     Disagree

The Constitution's 10th Amendment stating "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution .... are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people" provides incontestable evidence that the only lawful powers of the Federal Government are those specified in the Constitution. 
Agree
     Disagree

No elected or appointed official has - nor has had - any lawful authority to alter the intent of our Nation’s founding fathers as set forth in our Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. To be lawful, every Executive Order, Supreme Court decision, Presidential Decision Directive, Constitutional Amendment, Proclamation, or other writing must be in the interest of advancing the cause of life, liberty, and the happiness of the American people.  
Agree
    
Disagree

The U. S. Supreme Court was correct in saying:

      a. "This Court has regularly and uniformly recognized the supremacy of the Constitution over a treaty" and “ it would be manifestly contrary to the objectives of those who created the Constitution, let alone alien to our Constitutional history and tradition to construe Article 6 as permitting the United States to exercise power under an international agreement without observing Constitutional prohibitions.” (Reid vs Covert)  
Agree
    
Disagree  

      b. "a law repugnant to the Constitution is void." (Marbury vs Madison)  
Agree
    
Disagree

      c. "Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them." (Miranda vs Arizona)   
Agree
     Disagree

      d. “whatever the outer limits of the (states) Sovereignty may be, one thing is clear; the Federal Government may not compel the States to enact or administer a Federal regulatory program….Where Congress exceeds its authority relative to the States, departure from the constitutional plan cannot be ratified by ‘consent’ of State officials.” New York vs. United States112 S. Ct 2408 (1992)  
Agree
    
Disagree

States are free to exercise the doctrines of “interposition” and “nullification” and reject Federal legislation with which they disagree. (see South Carolinas 1832 Ordinance of Nullification) 
Agree
     Disagree

the 11/22/1994 Republican governor allegation saying "Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of its jurisdiction under the Constitution and thus violated rights guaranteed the people" is true; amply supported by evidence; adequately defines America’s problem and means those responsible for the action and its perpetuation are guilty of crimes falling under Title 18 of the U. S. Criminal code.
Agree     Disagree

our states are, in law, the principals to the Constitution; that our problem stems from state legislatures failing to enforce the provisions of the Constitution; that it is through them that a state may act in its highest sovereign capacity in dealing with the unconstitutional “Federal action” and it will be state action that restores our Constitution and satisfies our goal, if it is ever to be restored
Agree
     Disagree

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Item - On August 30, 1973, a United Press International news release said: “A special Senate subcommittee, after a painstaking computer search of the statue books, concluded the United States since 1933 has been operating under emergency rule, conferring near-authoritarian powers on its presidents.” The “special subcommittee” alluded to was the Senate Special Committee on the termination of the National Emergency. It reportedly “discovered 470 major provisions of Federal law giving presidents ‘an enormous--seemingly expanding and never-ending---range of emergency powers”  and said “This vast range of powers, taken together, confer enough authority to rule the country without reference to normal constitutional processes… For 40 years (now over 75) freedoms and governmental procedures guaranteed by the Constitution have, in varying degrees, been abridged by laws brought into force by states of emergency.”  Will you support action to terminate the emergency and to reinstate our organic constitution as the supreme law of the land? 
Yes
     No

Item - ART. 1, SEC 8:5 of our Constitution gave CONGRESS  the power “to coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin…” Congress abrogated this responsibility by transferring it to a deceitfully named, privately owned bank known as the Federal Reserve System (FED) in 1913. Rather than monetize wealth as intended by the Constitution, the FED chose to monetize debt as verified by an 11/1/82 letter from the Dept. of Treasury saying “the actual creation of  money always involves the extension of credit by private commercial banks.” I.E., what we call ‘money’ and use as a medium of exchange isn’t really money which - by definition - must be a ‘storehouse’ of value.  When asked where the ‘money’ needed to pay the interest on the borrowed ‘money’ was to be found, the Dept. of Treasury said in a 1/6/1993 letter that “money for paying the interest on borrowed money comes from the same source as other money comes from.”  

Under this system of ‘money’ (debt) creation, Americans have amassed a public and private debt in excess of $50 trillion and face about another $45 trillion in unfunded obligations. The total ‘money’ supply with which to meet these obligations is about $6.1 trillion. Obviously, they cannot be met under existing monetary policy. Due to this unconstitutional monetary policy, our states are in economic turmoil and Americans are - and every generation to come will be - in economic bondage. Clearly, the way in which our medium of exchange is created must be changed.  Will you support a responsible effort to do so?
Yes     No     

Item - Thirty governors pledged "to restore to the States and the people the prerogatives and freedoms guaranteed them under the Constitution." Will you act in support of this pledge? 
Yes     No

 

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