Inherent Autonomy

Why Supreme Court Selections are a False Choice

Inherent Autonomy Introduction
. . . . . No Despotism . . . . . Only Independence
Primacy: The Declaration of Independence
In the beginning: Let there be the Articles of Confederation
A Constitution Flawed from Inception
Articles of Confederation was Preferable
Investiture of Heretical Doctrine
The Nature of a Republic
A Culture of Death Under the Law
Two Causes, Two Results
A Senate of Subversion
The Court and your Castle
The Meaning of Independence Day
This Streetcar Lost All Desire
Why Supreme Court Selections are a False Choice
Paris is Burning
The many faces of the anti-war movement
2006 Predictions and Realities
Running Chinese Trade Deficits
Localism for a Free Republic
A Fractured Conservative Movement
Wall Street Reaps Big Bucks from the Wind
Baboon Behavior Behind Wind Projects
Party Goers - What Do You Take With Your Tea?
Assault on Liberty Originate with Secular Humanism
The TUN - a true representative council
Currency Wars among Controlled Economies
Web Attack Bodes Political Censorship
Protect Government Officials at all costs
Populism, Progressives and Public Unions
"Girlie Man" Culture of Government Schools
Midget Minds and Lost Cojones
Monetary Revolution and Alternative Money
The Federal Government Declares War on the Nation
Corporate Cronyism: Solyndra and Evergreen Solar
A True Greek Tragedy - Odyssey of the EU
A Christmas Wish List for Obama
Obama's War on the Catholic Church
The EPA an Out of Control Monster
Homeland Security in the Land of the Free
Pride in America the Stupid
Is Going Off the Grid Practical?
Political Partisan Psychological Disorders
Popular Culture Promotes the Police State
A $14 Trillion Extortion for a Global Warming Scam
Ignoring Whistleblowers
Human Liberty Is Doomed
Amnesty Capitulation Assures a Failed Society
The Actor and Clown Culture
Conservative Civil Liberties
Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court
Technology Impact on Privacy
TV Propaganda and the Mind Control Culture
Secession Movements Intensify
Hate Laws Intended to Silence Truth
The Fourth Amendment, NSA and Metadata
The Ugly Face of the North American Union
The Dragoons Sweep the Streets
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"I belive the Court has no power to add to or subtract from the
procedures set forth by the founders...I shall not at any time
surrender my belief that the document itself should be our guide, not
our own concept of what is fair, decent, and right."
Hugo L. Black

Why Supreme Court Selections are a False Choice

The commotion over the nominations of John Roberts and Harriet Miers avoid the central problem with the Supreme Court.  Judicial review in its pure raw form is a guaranteed formula for state sponsored terrorism.  Under the fig leaf of law, the court manufactures excuses for the state to use force and intimidation to compel, coerce and control society for the benefit of the central government.  Is there any question that Supreme Court jurists are government employees?  Of course not, so why is it automatically assumed that black robed magistrates serve the cause of justice when their rulings practice the art of the magician.  Perfecting tricks of deception and canonizing their illusion as settled law is like announcing to the public that your life and liberty are arbitrary and contingent upon the “good will” of the sacred master of power.

 

The reason for the American Revolution was founded upon the deep and profound principle that government cannot be trusted to protect natural rights of individual citizens.  Today’s world is entirely ignorant of the apprehension towards deliberate state designed despotism that is embedded in the origin of the country.  Not only were the Founding Fathers aware of the evils of a strong central government, they went to elaborate lengths to codify and restrict the legitimate and legal powers of that government.  Re-read the constitution and ask the simple question: Is the United States a realm that operates under the intent and limitations that are placed upon the federal government?  There can be only one honest answer, the promise and procedure for narrow centralized authority has long ago been abandoned from a “federalism’ model of checks and balances.

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The arrogance of Chief Justice John Marshall set the stage for the dominance of society by an arbitrator who would be king.  Interpretation of the constitution is achieved by a straightforward comprehension of its meaning.  The reliance upon previous artificial precedent as the basis for ruling is a guarantee for abandonment of the original document.  John Roberts made a consistent point of acknowledging settled law.  Yet the only legitimate paradigm for “stare decisis”, a Latin term meaning "let the decision stand," is the actual constitution itself.  The ratification, often questionable when examined, of the U.S. Constitution by the individual original states created the condition whereby the judicial branch would appropriate far greater power than ever intended.  The exclusion of the tenth amendment has been the objective from the inception.  “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” 

 

The following documents that the Supreme Court immediately undertook the task of codifying the opinion that the central government would not recognize restraints upon its ability to run rough shot over individual states:

 

“Stressing the fact that the Amendment, unlike the cognate section of the Articles of Confederation, omitted the word ''expressly'' as a qualification of granted powers, Marshall declared that its effect was to leave the question ''whether the particular power which may become the subject of contest has been delegated to the one government, or prohibited to the other, to depend upon a fair construction of the whole instrument.''

 

Since we are burdened under a contrived and supercilious hoax that puts the federal regime in total and complete command of our government, we are told that it is lawful, because the Supreme Court has ruled it to be so.  As long as we must endure this fraud, the proper criteria for selecting a nominee for the court should be based upon their commitment to view the central government as the greatest threat to the life, liberty and property of the people.  The Kelso vs. New London decision is ample proof that the Supreme Court is hardly the defender of constitutional rights like the Fifth Amendment.  Nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation” has morphed into any approved private use that passes the crony test for local municipalities.  To whatever degree that a supreme law has relevance over states’ rights, surely the protection of individual private property from seizure for use by a privileged party should ring loud and clear. 

 

Published in the High Springs Herald:

 

“Republican Justice John Paul Stevens says that a strict constitutional interpretation requires that the States and local government be responsible for deciding what constitutes a legal "taking" of a private citizen's land, and the Supreme Court has no place in telling them differently.

 

States Rights and Local Authority over National Authority? Sounds conservative to me. And it is - the Kelo Vs. New London ruling is a result of conservative viewpoint and a strict interpretation of the constitution's limits of power. In this case, Scalia, Thomas and O'Connor took the liberal position - that the constitution is not the final say, and that you can't look at the law in a vacuum.”

 

The deduction that the dissenting opinion is liberal is erroneous.  It is original and correct.  The question for the state of Connecticut, can’t your justices read your own constitution?

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Genuine conservatives’ fear that Harriet Miers will be not be a Antonin Scalia originalist is certainly well founded.  Like Judge Roberts, she is a commercial lawyer fully comfortable with shaping the law to fit the needs of the corporate/state partnership.  President Bush nominated Roberts for the same reason.  The Miers’ selection is just far more obvious.  But does any of this outrage have any meaningful prospects for correcting the seventy plus year appointments dating back to the FDR insurrection?  Even more significant can the selection of any jurist turn back the dark precedent of judicial review that Marshall plunged upon a nation that fought a hard won victory against the tyranny of the State?

 

By elevating Miers, personal attorney that served the interests of a chum client, President Bush proves that he is a self confessed criminal defendant much in need of a sympathetic vote on the highest court.  So much has been written about her qualification or lack thereof, that the public is directed to view her Senate confirmation hearings as an orgy of the strangest of bedfellows.  When scoundrels like Kristol, Krauthammer and Frum pour on the coals against Harriet Miers, one takes pause, what do these insidious neocons want?  What ‘Puppet Pilate’ judge do they have in mind?  Senator Harry ‘Strangelove’ Reid’s endorsement speaks volumes. Then Pat Buchanan chimes in and sets the record straight, so you know she must be the worst of both worlds. A deep dedication to the President should be a good disqualifier for anyone. 

 

The standard that invokes proper perspective is that expressed by Thomas Paine:

 

“Some writers have so confounded society with government, as to leave little or no distinction between them; whereas they are not only different, but have different origins. Society is produced by our wants, and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness positively by uniting our affections, the latter negatively by restraining our vices. The one encourages intercourse, the other creates distinctions. The first is a patron, the last a punisher.”

 

The Supreme Court is the ultimate dispenser of absolution for the State religion.  Conducting a perennial ritual over nominees for the court is a fašade with little distinction. The record of rulings from so many Republican judges proves that the only god they serve is that of the central state.  Democratic jurists have perfected the worship of immoral indulgence, while expanding the scope of the destructive nanny society.  Both are gatekeepers for despotism and defenders of the worst form of tyranny - a popular mob democracy - stuck on stupid and manipulated by plutocrat Mattoids.

 

Changing the faces on the court will never achieve a remedy worthy of the 1776 Revolution.  The descent into authoritarian oligarchy is the uninterrupted legacy of the last century and a half.  The phony promise of promoting the public welfare has emerged as a cruel totalitarian collectivism sanctioned under judicial decree.  Lawful inherent natural rights and social justice have been destroyed by jurisprudence case law, calculated to eradicate fundamental principles.  The Roberts’ reverence of erroneous precedents coupled with Miers’ dedication to the Bush clan interests produces an unrestrained brood of lackey adjudicators that will protect and advance additional transnational corporate dominance.  The Supreme Court is the problem, until or unless a real common law can be restored.  Cloning Scalia or Thomas won’t automatically guarantee Liberty.  Short of reviving Thomas More we are relegated to another season of discontent.

 

SARTRE – October 10, 2005

When the Supreme Court moved to Washington in 1800, it was provided with no books, which probably accounts for the high quality of early opinions.
Robert H. Jackson

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