The truth is that this nation no longer enjoys constitutional government because the legal profession unconstitutionally, effectively controls all government in the United States. Such control by any group is a violation of the principle of separation of powers of the Constitution.
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, the father of the Constitution, and John Jay, the first chief Justice of the Supreme Court wrote a series of 85 newspaper articles under the Federalist banner which they signed under the shared name "Publius". The efforts of these men resulted in The Federalist Papers which is an authoritative analysis of the Constitution of the United States and an enduring classic of political philosophy ranking in historical importance behind only the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution itself.
This continuation is dedicated to restoring constitutional and representative government.
|86||The state of the Union under a failed constitution.|
|87||Rebuttal to the legal profession's arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 1|
|88||Rebuttal to the legal profession's arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 2|
|89||Rebuttal to the legal profession's arguments against exclusion from elective office in the legislative and executive branches of government. Part 3 (Outline of the formal argument before a Court of Law.)|
|90||The nature and manifestation of the legal profession's tyranny over the nation|
|91||The legal profession's tyranny over the nation. The examination, diagnosis, treatment and cure.|
|92||The legal profession's tyrannical control over the Nation and the federal crime of Treason.|
|93||Rebuttal to the legal profession's Defenses to the allegation that probable cause exists for stating that by occupying public office in either the legislative or executive branches of the federal government, members of the legal profession are guilty of the federal crime of treason.|
|94||The logical analysis and legal reasoning governing the Federalist 92 proposition on the legal profession's unconstitutional control of all government and the federal crime of treason.|
|95||The legal profession's tyranny over the Nation, the self delusion that keeps it in denial of that truth, and the phenomenon of `cognitive dissonance' which causes it. (Part 1)|
|MORE||More from Ron Bibace. Click on Federalist Papers|
About the author: Ron Bibace is an author and constitutional scholar in pursuit of the justice of our cause -- that it is illegal for lawyers (who are members of the judicial branch) to simultaneously serve in the Legislative or Executive branches. In researching and writing this continuation of the Federalist Papers, he makes it possible for us to halt the legal tyranny that has overtaken this country.
Ron became aware of the problem in 1985. The views presented here were first developed and articulated in 1989.
Professor Albert Blaustein (1922-1994), a world renowned constitutional lawyer, international consultant, and prolific author of books on the law, having never before heard the proposals articulated here, was persuaded that the writers views are sound and should prevail in a court of law, and has said so in writing.
Ron Bibace is President and co-founder of a national organization, The National Congress for Legal Reform, Inc., dedicated to restoring constitutional and representative government.
Ron Bibace is, like Madison, a non lawyer who loves the law, and like Hamilton an immigrant and naturalized American.
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Last updated May 8, 1997
 Professor Albert Blaustein (1922-1994) Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, Constitutional Consultant and counsel to Russia, Bolivia, Canada, Poland, Nepal, Uganda, Niger, Peru, Brazil, and many more. Author of more than 25 books, among them"Constitutions of The World" 22 volumes, updated annually.
Restore the Constitution - Don't vote for lawyers.
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