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Thanks for checking out my website. My approach to politics is different than most people’s in that I have traced the Common Law of England and have found there is a narrow path under the law that is specifically set up for the Citizens of the state and national government to protect themselves against government agents and agencies.

Most people think that free elections are the most important requirement for the American people, however access to the courts is what I think provides the true freedom.

The way that one approaches the courts, the jurisdiction and venue, can determine whether the courts decisions are going to be in your favor or not.

Although there may be more than one way to administer the law, there is only one proper way, if we are seeking to protect our rights. My studies and general conclusion that the writs are the remedy, have been fully vindicated by the quote below.

"The proper method for obtaining judicial review of most administrative acts or decisions is by instituting a proceeding for issuance of a writ of mandamus." - Cf. Bodinson Mfg. Co. v. California E. Com. (1941) 17 Cal. 2nd 321, 328-329, 109 P. 2nd 935

Now that we know what the remedy is, we can set aside much of the legal theories and voluminous paper work created by patriots and constitutionalists as to what needs to be done, and we can focus on how to get the proper legal remedy (issuance of a writ of mandamus) instituted. So let’s get going!

The Checkmate Package

These three pdf ebooks are packaged together and will give those searching for some perspective a good idea of what the American government was originally designed to achieve…. i.e., protect the power and rights of the individual.

Donation: $39.95:

The package contains...

(1) The "Introduction to the Constitution" gives the secret to how the three part system of government give the individual the power to act without government (agency) control.

(2) The "Patriot’s Silver Bullet" talks about the common law demurrer and how it is designed to work, but we find that the lower court judges (commissioners) are "not allowed" to follow the law and a "writ of mandate" will be necessary to make these lower court judges (commissioners)follow the law.

(3) The "Equitable Remedy" talks about a 1937 case where the defendant in a traffic violation used the "injunction" process to obtain a remedy from the Superior Court that the judge said was a novel idea. Are we using this concept today?

Also, included is a free 30 minute phone call with Zeke for those who need help or have some sticking points.

All for a donation of $39.95.

The Advanced Package

“Legal Advice from a Layman” - If you are into this stuff, and have been studying for ten years or more, this ebook could be very helpful. It might be tedious if this stuff is not truly your cup of tea.

Additionally included are these PDFs: “Administrative Remedies” by Roscoe Pound, and Roger Sherman’s “Caveat Against Injustice.”

Also, included is a free 60 minute phone call with Zeke for those who need help or have some sticking points.

All for a donation of $59.95.

Definitions from Black’s Law Dictionary

Right. Free action.

Court. A space which is uncovered, but which may be partly or wholly enclosed by buildings or walls. The person and suit of the sovereign; the place where the sovereign sojourns with his regal retinue, wherever that may be.

Sovereignty. supreme political authority; paramount control of the constitution and frame of government and its administration.

Political. Pertaining or relating to the policy or administration of government, state or nation

Authority. "Permission. Right to exercise powers; to implement and enforce laws; to exact obedience; to command; to judge. Control over; jurisdiction. Often synonymous with power."

From the definition above, we see that authority is the "right to exercise powers" and "jurisdiction".

We know from the Constitution, the highest (supreme) law of the land, that the Constitution IS the Government and is made up of three separate and equal Powers.

These Powers are the Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches of the Constitution, which are reflected in every courtroom in America, where the the Prosecutor represents the Legislative Power, the Judge represents the Executive Power and the Defendant (you) represents the Judicial Power. It is the Judicial Power of the United States that shall be vested in ONE supreme court (article III).