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EMPOWER “THE PEOPLE”
Learn from Successes
and Failures
Problem #1
The 9 States which Established the U.S. Constitution had not submitted their
constitutions to “the people”.
Del...
Stockholder n. a shareholder
in a corporation.
Because historical evidence supports the
fact that the 1787 United States
Constitution was not submitted to the
people who...
Because we are the shareholders; “the owners of one
or more shares of stock in a corporation, commonly
also called a "stoc...
And, because IN CONGRESS,
on July 4, 1776, it was penned:
When in the Course of human events, it becomes
necessary for one...
And, Article 1 § 2 of the CONSTITUTION of the
COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA (1838, 1874, 1968),
authorizes to “the people” ...
There appears to be evidence sufficient to show
that the 1787 “Constitution for the United
States of America” was never su...
1. Shall the 1787 “Constitution for the United
States of America” be ratified?
A "yes" vote supports the ratification of t...
2. Shall Amendments to the 1787 “Constitution
for the United States of America”, eleven (11)
to twenty-seven (27) be nulli...
SIMPLIFIED PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING
* * * * * * * * * * *
(Where indicated, circle or fill in the bold, underli...
“The theory of nullification is based on a view that the States formed the
Union by an agreement (or "compact") among the ...
From: http://currentevents1932-33.blogspot.com
Web Resources:
PowerPoint Edition at
https://www.slideshare.net/nikihannevig
Locate Voting Districts at
http://www.usbound...
"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They
are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty."
...
Contact:
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There appears to be evidence sufficient to show that the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” was never submitted to the people who were enfranchised to vote for its ratification. It is, therefore, incumbent upon, “the people" to ratify the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” and begin anew with the nullification of amendments 11 through 27. Share the plan.

LINKS to facts contained in this presentation may be accessed as follows:

Facts - https://www.slideshare.net/nikihannevig/articles-of-confederation-article-x-xiii

Locate Voting Districts - http://www.usboundary.com

State Constitutions - http://avalon.law.yale.edu/default.asp and/or https://system.uslegal.com/state-constitutions

The Federal and State constitutions: ... forming the United States of America; Thorpe, Francis Newton (1909) - https://archive.org/stream/federalstatecons05thoruoft#page/3080/mode/2up/search/not+submitted

Ballot Measure Process - https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_measure

The united States’ First Constitution; THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION - https://www.slideshare.net/nikihannevig/8-certifiedcopyofarticlesofconfederation

The Magic Scrap of Paper - http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_YsxcSYETjbQ/STB3SJPqrqI/AAAAAAAAAPw/2lrIn7lVQjg/s1600-h/1932+-+Current+Events+10-24+to+10-28+pg+31.jpg

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Empower the people - RATIFICATION and NULLIFICATION.ppsx

  1. 1. EMPOWER “THE PEOPLE”
  2. 2. Learn from Successes and Failures
  3. 3. Problem #1 The 9 States which Established the U.S. Constitution had not submitted their constitutions to “the people”. Delaware - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people but was proclaimed . . . " Georgia - 1777 -". . . not submitted to the people . . . " Maryland - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people . . . " New Hampshire - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people . . . First constitution framed by an American Commonwealth." New Jersey - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people, but its publication was ordered by the convention . . . " New York - 1777 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification. . . . " North Carolina - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification. . . . " Pennsylvania - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification . . . " South Carolina - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification . . . " Vermont - 1787 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification. . . adopted by the legislature and declared ... laws of the State, in March, 1787." Virginia - 1776 -". . . not submitted to the people for ratification. . . . " Rhode Island - 1790 -"By order of the Convention." Massachusetts - 1780 -"Following approval by town meetings, the Constitution was ratified on June 15, 1780 . . . " Connecticut - 1818 -". . . constitution was adopted." U. S. Constitution - 1787 -Article VII - (Established by 9 States. Not submitted to the people for ratification.) See 28 USC 3002(15) -List of States and Territories of the United States. And -The Federal and State constitutions: colonial charters, ... forming the United States of America; Thorpe, Francis Newton (1909)
  4. 4. Stockholder n. a shareholder in a corporation.
  5. 5. Because historical evidence supports the fact that the 1787 United States Constitution was not submitted to the people who were enfranchised to vote for its ratification, perhaps it's time for “the people" to ratify the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” and begin anew. Solutions to the Faults
  6. 6. Because we are the shareholders; “the owners of one or more shares of stock in a corporation, commonly also called a "stockholder." The benefits of being a shareholder include receiving dividends for each share as determined by the Board of Directors, the right to vote (except for certain preferred shares) for members of the board of directors, to bring a derivative action (lawsuit) if the corporation is poorly managed, and to participate in the division of value of assets upon dissolution and winding up of the corporation, if there is any value. A shareholder should have his/her name registered with the corporation, but may hold a stock certificate which has been signed over to him/her. Before registration the new shareholder may not be able to cast votes represented by the shares.” (See: corporation, shareholders' meeting, proxy) And,
  7. 7. And, because IN CONGRESS, on July 4, 1776, it was penned: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to (1) dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and (2) to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should (3) declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
  8. 8. And, Article 1 § 2 of the CONSTITUTION of the COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA (1838, 1874, 1968), authorizes to “the people” inherent political powers, to wit; “All power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority and instituted for their peace, safety and happiness. For the advancement of these ends they have at all times an inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform or abolish their government in such manner as they may think proper.”
  9. 9. There appears to be evidence sufficient to show that the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” was never submitted to the people who were enfranchised to vote for its ratification. It is, therefore, incumbent upon, “the people" to ratify the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” and begin anew with the nullification of amendments 11 through 27. An Action Plan follows
  10. 10. 1. Shall the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America” be ratified? A "yes" vote supports the ratification of the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America”. A "no" vote opposes the ratification of the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America”. Two Ballot Measures with the following text may be proposed:
  11. 11. 2. Shall Amendments to the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America”, eleven (11) to twenty-seven (27) be nullified? A "yes" vote supports the nullification of Amendments eleven (11) to twenty-seven (27) to the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America”. A "no" vote opposes the nullification of Amendments eleven (11) to twenty-seven (27) to the 1787 “Constitution for the United States of America”.
  12. 12. SIMPLIFIED PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING * * * * * * * * * * * (Where indicated, circle or fill in the bold, underlined statement that applies.) The following problem exists for me (or) in my community, (or) __________________ I believe this is a Federal - State - Moral problem and, therefore, has a Federal - State- Scriptural remedy. That remedy is found in the principles provided in the: Constitution for the US: Article ___ Section ___ and/or Bill of Rights, Amendment - __ Constitution for __________________: Article _______ Section _______ Scripture: The ___ Commandment and the supporting principles recorded in __:__-__. I believe the best way (strategy) to solve this problem is to: _____________________ Solving this problem will take the following amount of: Time: __ Money: __ Effort: ___ The reason I recommend this solution is because: _____________________________ The action to be taken is: _________________________________________________ I will consider the problem solved when: _____________________________________ If this action does not solve the problem I believe the following be considered as a means to alter, reform or abolish the plan that was implemented: ________________
  13. 13. “The theory of nullification is based on a view that the States formed the Union by an agreement (or "compact") among the States, and that as creators of the federal government, the States have the final authority to determine the limits of the power of that government. Under this, the compact theory, the States and not the federal courts are the ultimate interpreters of the extent of the federal government's power. Under this theory, the States therefore may reject, or nullify, federal laws that the States believe are beyond the federal government's constitutional powers. The related idea of interposition is a theory that a state has the right and the duty to "interpose" itself when the federal government enacts laws that the state believes to be unconstitutional. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison set forth the theories of nullification and interposition in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions in 1798.” Nullification From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nullification_(U.S._Constitution)
  14. 14. From: http://currentevents1932-33.blogspot.com
  15. 15. Web Resources: PowerPoint Edition at https://www.slideshare.net/nikihannevig Locate Voting Districts at http://www.usboundary.com/Areas/Voting %20District State Constitutions http://avalon.law.yale.edu/default.asp And/or https://system.uslegal.com/state- constitutions Ballot Measure Process https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_measure United States’ First Constitution https://www.archives.gov/historical- docs/articles-of-confederation Alabama Constitution Montana Constitution Alaska Constitution Nebraska Constitution Arizona Constitution Nevada Constitution Arkansas Constitution New Hampshire Constitution California Constitution New Jersey Constitution Colorado Constitution New Mexico Constitution Connecticut Constitution New York Constitution Delaware Constitution North Carolina Constitution Florida Constitution North Dakota Constitution Georgia Constitution Ohio Constitution Hawaii Constitution Oklahoma Constitution Idaho Constitution Oregon Constitution Illinois Constitution Pennsylvania Constitution Indiana Constitution Rhode Island Constitution Iowa Constitution South Carolina Constitution Kansas Constitution South Dakota Constitution Kentucky Constitution Tennessee Constitution Louisiana Constitution Texas Constitution Maine Constitution Utah Constitution Maryland Constitution Vermont Constitution Massachusetts Constitution Virginia Constitution Michigan Constitution Washington Constitution Minnesota Constitution West Virginia Constitution Mississippi Constitution Wisconsin Constitution Missouri Constitution Wyoming Constitution
  16. 16. "Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty." "An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight. It is therefore imperative that the nation see to it that a suitable education be provided for all its citizens.“ "If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be." Relevant Quotes from Thomas Jefferson
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