This website is being compiled as a mode of First Amendment expression, without prejudice, as a map to help teach 1.) how the U.S. legal system is designed and 2.) why the system is designed in the way it is.
The U.S. is a young nation which has faced infiltration & sabotage since its conception, however there are laws in place designed to enforce rights and thwart corruption & manipulation- whether the corruption is happening from within a government agency or without. This still-in-the-making site should be read in context with www.WildWillpower.org.
- 3 Modes of Jurisprudence
- Various Levels of Courts
- What’s the Difference Between “Criminal” & “Civil” Law
- 4 Things Everyone Should Know About Constitutional Oaths
- State Employees Swear to Uphold The U.S. Constitution and State Constitution, Bound to Uphold State & Federal Laws
- The 14th Amendment Guarantees All Civilians in Every State “Equal Protection of the Laws”
- Public Officials are “Liable” to Their Oath of Office- see U.S. Code Title 42 §1621 “Perjury of Oath”
- Officers can be Arrested, “Due Process” Demanded, & Justice Obtained- Lawmakers Can Be Held Accountable for Passing Illegal Laws that put Officers & Civilians in Harm’s Way
- We’re A “Democratic Republic” by Design– Vital Knowledge
- About U.S. Embassies– Designed to Stop Wars & Protect Rights of People Overseas
- All Types of Writs, Orders, & Motions
- Need-to-Know U.S. Codes & Supreme Court Rulings
- Tort (Liability Claim) Forms – claim damages against an Agent, Organization, or Individual
- Legal Term Definitions from Black’s Law Dictionary 10th Edition
- Build & File Class-Action Lawsuits
- Challenge & Bust Monopolies
- Use Eminent Domain to Actually Help The People
- Formulating “A Wise Redress of Grievances” – aka “List of Reasonable Demands”
This website will continue to be updated.
This website is brought to you Wild Willpower PAC.
“War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today.“
~John F. Kennedy