Birthright Citizenship and Judicial Incompetence

WAS THE CASE OF WONG KIM ARK DECIDED IN ERROR? by Jim Delaney, blogging at Opinerlog (Mar. 26, 2011) — Mindful of the litany of revisionist case law since the Constitution’s ratification, it is clear that stare decisis is a judicial principle fraught with constitutional perils. Why? One corrupted court ruling inevitably leads to another, […]

Natural Born Citizen and Natural Law

POSITIVE LAW, NATURAL LAW, AND NATURAL RIGHTS by Jedi Pauly (Sept. 28, 2010) — I just wanted to teach everyone the true meaning of ‘natural born Citizen’ because I am astounded at the level of incompetence and ignorance that exists surrounding this issue. First, let me say that the term ‘natural born Citizen’ from Article […]

The Common Law Writ of Quo Warranto

ANTEAU’S SURVEY OF PROCEDURAL LAW, COURTS VENUE & STANDING by John Charlton (October 13, 2009) — Some further documentation will clarify the nature of Quo Warranto in common law.  The following is excerpted from The Practice of Extraordinary Remedies: Habeas Corpus and other common law writs, by Chester James Antieau, 1987, which considers the multifaceted […]

A History of Quo Warranto

COMMON LAW ORIGIN,NATURAL LAW BASIS by John Charlton (Oct. 10, 2009) —  The nature of a quo warranto proceeding is as important to understand as its history, when considering arguments for and against standing and jurisdiction in cases seeking to resolve the national crisis brought on by the usurpation of the U.S. Presidency by Barack […]