DPR_8 Defending Idaho’s Political Prisoners

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Lance Earl
Lance Earl

In Constitutional Studies this week, we discussed the natural rights of man. We came to better understand the foundational principle, the supporting bedrock of liberty. Now we apply them to issues we face.

Arrested:

  • Eric James Parker, 32.
  • Steve Arthur Stewart, 36.
  • O. Scott Drexler, 44.
  • Todd Engel, 48.

Constitutional Criminals:

  • U.S. Attorney for Idaho Wendy Olson.
    • Orchestrated these arrests, even though the Constitution prohibits federal police activity inside the states with a few exceptions such as counterfeiting and treason.
  • The FBI, an agency of the Executive Branch.
    • Even though the Executive Branch has no legislative powers, its agencies create rules that have the force of law.
    • The Constitution prohibits¬†federal police activity inside the states with a few exceptions such as counterfeiting and treason.
  • The Congress.
    • Failed to stop Executive Branch efforts to create unconstitutional agencies.
  • The House of Representatives.
    • Continues to fund unconstitutional agencies of the Executive Branch.
  • The Supreme Court.
    • Failed to rule against unconstitutional actions of agencies of the Executive Branch.
  • Governor Butch Otter.
  • The Idaho State Legislature.
  • Sheriffs of the counties where these arrests were made.

When all of the safeguards fail, it falls to us, We the People. We are and have always been the best and last safeguard for liberty.

Cited:

Constitutional Studies 1; Understanding State Rights

Constitutional Studies 2; A Guide to Resisting Federal Usurpation

8: The Natural Rights of Man