We encourage you to reprint these and take them to your upcoming caucus and/or District, State and National conventions.
If your caucus has not already been held, please present any and/or all of these proposals that you agree with at your precinct caucus. (Even if you live in a primary state, there is still a caucus) If you precinct caucuses have already been held, please contact your delegates selected for the District, State and National
Conventions and ask them to submit these resolutions at that level. If you are a delegate to the District, State or Federal Convention for your party, please submit and/or support these resolutions at that level.
Again, this author believes these resolutions to be non-partisan in nature, yet essential to reestablish the role that Natural Law, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Rule of Law in our currently systemically corrupt state and federal judiciaries.
At the same time, some of these proposed resolutions may not apply to your state, depending on the level of corruption that has encroached on justice in your locality. While this author will try to point out resolutions that may not be applicable to states other than Minnesota, please review each resolution for applicability to your state. Again, the progression of judicial corruption in your state may not have reached the systemic corruption in Minnesota, and therefore certain of these judicial reform platform resolutions may not be applicable to your state.
[Article Continues below almost universal translator]
Vertaal na Afrikaans |Translate në shqip | ترجمةإلىالعربية | Թարգմանելհայերեն| Azərbaycan Tərcümə | Euskal Translate| Перавесці на беларускай| বাংলাঅনুবাদ | Превод на български| Traduir al català | 转换为中文（简体)|翻譯到中國（傳統） | Prevedi na hrvatskom | Translate to Czech | Oversæt til dansk | Te vertalen naar het Nederlands | Tõlgi eesti | Isalin sa Filipino sa| Käännä Suomen | Traduire en français | Traducir a Galego | თარგმნეთსაქართველოს| Übersetzen auf Deutsch | Μετάφραση στα ελληνικά| ગુજરાતીઅનુવાદ | Tradui kreyòl ayisyen | תרגוםעברית | सेहिन्दीअनुवाद| Fordítás magyar | Þýða til Íslenska | Terjemahkan ke bahasa Indonesia| Aistrigh go Gaeilge| Traduci in italiano | 日本語に翻訳| ಕನ್ನಡಗೆಭಾಷಾಂತರಿಸಿ | 한국어번역| Translate to Latine | Tulkot uz latviešu | Latvian Tulkot uz latviešu| Versti į lietuvių| Преведете на македонски| Terjemah ke Bahasa Malaysia| Ittraduċi għall-Malti| Oversette til norsk |ترجمهبهفارسی| Przekłada się na polskim | Traduzir para Português | Traduceţi în română |Перевести на русскую|Преведи на Српском | Preložiť na slovenský |Prevedi v slovenski | Traducir al español | Tafsiri kwa Kiswahili | Översätt till svenska | தமிழ்மொழிபெயர்க்கவும்| తెలుగులోఅనువదించడానికి | แปลเป็นไทย| Çevir Türkçe>| Перекласти українською| اردومیںترجمہکریں | Dịch cho người Việt Nam| Cyfieithu i'r Gymraeg | איבערזעצןצוייִדיש |
Most of these resolutions are the result of the culmination of the work of hundreds of Minnesota Citizens attempting to exercise our Constitutional 1st Amendment Right to Petition the Government for Redress of grievances for the past 7 or more years. (The Minnesota State House and Senate Judiciary Committees for 7 years have refused to allow 100’s of Minnesota Citizens a hearing to provide evidence and testimony of corruption in the Minnesota Courts.) This is this author’s “Plan B” to forcing Judicial Reform. Some of the resolutions contain links to the historic or logical explanation for the proposed resolution. You can get somewhat broader background on some of these resolutions here If I were running for President http://bit.ly/wtiWe6 Sections 3 and 4.
If you are so motivated, rally or friends and neighbors (or other delegates at District, State and Federal Conventions) to go to your precinct caucus to press this agenda. Be prepared to hear at the beginning of District Conventions various motions to limit debate to save time. (The reality being that the status quo entrenched delegates and the political parties themselves do not want change; they want the status quo. Be prepared for resistance to these resolutions from those who benefit from the current corrupt system.)
Each of these resolutions should be able to be submitted to your caucus and/or convention as is. Some of the Minnesota Specific proposed resolutions may be adaptable to your state with simple language changes. A downloadable copy of this article in MS Word appears here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/84391219 and http://www.jdsupra.com/profile/don_mashak/
“There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.”
Henry David Thoreau
Resolution 1 – Judicial Decisions Should Be Based On the Rule of Law Based On the Facts in Evidence;
Resolution 2 - Court Rules And Case Law Were Written Plainly and In Simple English;
Resolution 3 – Natural Law Right To Own Property;
Resolution 4 – Prosecutorial Discretion by The FBI, Department Of Justice, The Federal And State Attorney Generals And All Government Attorneys Has Been Flagrantly Abused For Many Untoward Reasons;
Resolution 5 - All Citizens Have The Right To Be Heard Before A True, Properly Appointed Or Elected Judge;
Resolution 6 – Rejection Of Judicial Candidates;
Resolution 7 – Judicial Bribes;
Resolution 8 – Code Of Ethics;
Resolution 9 – Random Assignment of Judges;
Resolution 10 – Discreet Voice Recording Devices Should Be Allowed In The Court Room;
Resolution 11 – Constitutional Right To Vote For Judges;
Resolution 12 - Direct Access of Citizens To The Citizens’ Grand Jury;
Resolution 13 – 11th Amendment;
Resolution 14 – We The People Believe It Is More Important To Protect 300 Million Rank And File Americans From Corrupt Judges Than It Is To Protect Corrupt Judges From Allegations Of, And Accountability To, We The People;
Resolution 15 – Requirement Of Businesses To Be Represented By Lawyers;
Resolution 16 - Public Financing Of All Judicial Campaigns At No Expense To Tax Payers
Resolution 17 – Simulated Litigation And Fact Shaping Should Be Criminalized;
Resolution 18 – Judicial Term Limits;
Resolution 19 - Rule Of Judicial Immunity Abrogated;
Resolution 20 – Duplicitous Uses Of The Courts;
Resolution 21 – Summary Judgment;
Resolution 22 – Rules Of Appeal For Judges
Resolution 23 - The Supreme And/Or Appellate Courts Refusal To Hear Appeal Most Often Does Not Come With An Explanation;
Resolution 24 – Performance Ratings Of Judges;
Resolution 25 - Certification Of Judgments, Decisions And Orders;``
Resolution 26 – Jury Instructions;
Resolution 27 – Right To Criticize Judges;
Resolution 28 – Child Support Payments Through The Court System
Resolution 29 - Resumed Joint Physical Custody Of Children;
Resolution 30 – Right Of Meaningful Visitation By A Parent With Their Child;
Resolution 31 – Family Small Claims Court
Resolution 32 – Citizens Anti-Corruption Committee
PROPOSED RESOLUTION 1
Judicial decisions should be based on the Rule of Law based on the facts in evidence;
Instead, justice in American is more a matter of “How much justice can you afford?” who you know, who you can influence and/or exchange of political favors with, punishment of lawful political dissent, reward for political loyalty and the Whim of Judges. Citizens should be able to come to before the Courts and have a full, fair, impartial and just adjudication of their cases.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT LANGUAGE SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO OUR PARTY PLATFORM TO REFLECT THE FOLLOWING:
1) Judicial Decisions must be based on Natural Law and the Rule of Law applied to the facts freely admitted in evidence;
PROPOSED RESOLUTION 2
1) The legal profession was necessary at the beginning of the Country;
2) But literacy rates have improved such that most high school graduates could represent them selves in most matters if the laws, court rules and case law were written plainly and in simple English;
3) Lawyers often do not treat their clients ethically and current use the laws and rules to the disadvantage of their own clients;
4) Lawyers are so expensive as to prohibit many people from hiring one;
5) Straight forward, simple English laws and court rules compiled and collated in a few documents would allow rank and file Americans to better represent themselves and better understand the process even when they are represented by a lawyer;
6) The current amalgam of Court rules, Case Law and Legislation are unnecessarily complex and confusing;
7) The scattered nature of Court Rules and Case Law yields great unnecessary expense to rank and file Americans who have to pay attorneys who say they “research” the legal nuances;
8) Case Law is full of unresolved conflicting rulings on the same subject;
9) Case Law Conflicts allow Judges to Cite 1 Case Law Citation in one case and a difference citation in a same/similar but different case with wildly difference outcomes. This defies the intention of the “Rule of Law”.
1) That the entire legal code, court rules and case law be written in simple English so that Citizens with a high school degree that can represent themselves;
2) That the Legislature of the State is required to undertake this task immediately and resolve all conflicts in cases law in so doing;
3) That thereafter, every 10 years, the Legislature will meet to incorporate all interim case law in the code and resolve all conflicting case law rulings;
4) WE THE PEOPLE propose that all State and Federal Court Rules, Case Law and Legislation be logically laid out in 5 documents:
A) Federal Criminal Code
B) Federal Civil Code
C) State Criminal Code
D) State Civil Code
E) State Family Code
PROPOSED RESOLUTION 3
1) The Natural Law Right to own Property is affirmed by the Constitution and Bill of Rights;
2) The Condemnation of Private Property (takings) for Public Use as narrowly defined in the Constitution and 5th Amendment has been interpreted in an unconstitutional way by the US Courts;
3) Essentially the US Courts have ruled that Government can act as kings and take property from one private property owner and give it to another private Property Ruler;
4) These Court Rulings essentially reestablish our government philosophy as “The Divine Right of Kings;
5) The Courts have ruled that the Government can condemn one citizens private property and give it to another private citizen or business;
6) The Courts have ruled that Citizens cannot drink milk from a cow that they own all or party of;
7) The United Nations Agenda 21 is yet another reassertion of the Divine Right of Kings upon WE THE PEOPLE;
1) Our State and Federal Legislatures shall pass legislation condemning the property right power grab by the US Courts;2) Said Legislation shall restore “Public Use” to it original narrow intent of the Founders.
A much more in depth explanation of the Concept of Property Rights and what has befallen WE THE PEOPLE, Can be found here ” DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS DISGUISED AS USA JUDICIAL CASE LAW http://bit.ly/ny4dxh
PROPOSED RESOLUTION 4........
Continue reading for free by clcking hereon Proposed Election 2012 caucus resolutions for judicial reform(updated) Part 1of 2
Those were my thoughts.
Thank you, my fellow citizens, for taking your valuable time to read and reflect upon what is written here.
Please join with me in mutually pledging to each other and our fellow citizens our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor to our mutual endeavors of restoring liberty and economic opportunity to WE THE PEOPLE as our Founding Fathers envisioned and intended. [Last
This article is written with the same intentions as Thomas Paine http://ushistory.org/paine. I seek no leadership role. I seek only to help the American People find their own way using their own “Common Sense” http://amzn.to/kbRuar
Keep Fighting the Good Fight!
The Cynical Patriot
Google Plus http://goo.gl/1AUrE
WE THE PEOPLE TAR
End the Fed(eral Reserve Bank System)
National http://bit.ly/ta3Rju Minneapolis http://bit.ly/tjZJKF
Justice in Minnesota #JIM
Bring Home the Politicians #BHTP
Get out of our House #GOOOH
Critical Thinking Notice - This author advises you as no politician would dare. Exercise Critical Thinking (http://bit.ly/ubI6ve) in determining the truthfulness of anything you read or hear. Do not passively accept nor believe anything anyone tells you, including this author... unless and until you verify it yourself with sources you trust and could actively defend your perspective to anyone who might debate you to the contrary of your perspective.