Resolutions for Political Prisoners

I need your help to finalize my first draft of resolutions to compel the elected officials in the State of Idaho. Please review the following resolutions and suggest any edits to correct errors or add essential information. My objective is to launch a state wide effort through every means available in the defense of the natural and rights of the men named below.

Resolutions for Political Prisoners

Resolved, that the People of Idaho do unequivocally express a firm resolve to maintain and defend the Constitution of the United States against every aggression, either foreign or domestic, and that we will support the government of the United States in all actions warranted by a specific need and authorized by properly delegated powers.

That this People most solemnly declares a warm attachment to the Union of the States, to which we pledge our allegiance. Therefore, it is our duty to watch over and oppose every infraction of those principles which constitute abuses of the powers delegated to the Federal Government. A faithful observance of them can alone secure Life, Liberty and Property of the People.

That this People do explicitly declare that we view the delegated powers of the federal government, resulting from the Constitution, as limited by the plain language and original intent of the God and men who enumerated these powers and by the plain language and original intent of the states that ratified these powers.

Resolved, that the People of Idaho do unequivocally express a firm resolution to maintain and defend the constitution of this state and the sovereignty of this state against every federal aggression or usurpation.

That the People join with the honorable Samuel Adams who declared that the proper end of government is to secure the rights of the people. Speaking of the right to life, liberty and property, Adams declared, “the grand end of civil government, from the very nature of its institution, is for the support, protection, and defense of those very rights”.

That the People most solemnly declare a warm attachment to the legislature of this state, and declare it their duty, to watch over and oppose every federal infraction of those powers properly delegated by the Constitution of the United States. A faithful observance of them can alone secure Life, Liberty and Property of the People.

That the People declare federal powers to be valid only when they are authorized by the grants enumerated in the United States Constitution. That in the case of a deliberate, palpable and dangerous exercise of federal powers not granted by the Constitution of the United States, the states who are parties there-to have the right, and are in duty bound, to declare the federal power to be void, to nullify and to interpose for arresting the progress of the evil and for maintaining the sovereignty of the state of Idaho and the natural rights of the People.

That the people of Idaho declare that the excessive usurpation of federal powers have degraded and virtually destroyed the sovereignty of this state and the liberty of its People.

Resolved, that the People of Idaho do particularly protest against the palpable and alarming infractions of the constitution in the arrest, detainment and prosecution of Eric J. Parker; the arrest, detainment and prosecution of L. Scott Drexler; the arrest, detainment and prosecution of Todd Engel; the arrest, detainment and prosecution of Steven Stewart; and the arrest, detainment and prosecution of Ammon Bundy, all numbered among the People of the State of Idaho.

That the arrests and charges were orchestrated by United States Attorney, Wendy Olson, when no constitutionally delegated power can be discovered which grants the Federal Government judicial authority inside of the states.

That the arrests and charges were accomplished by Federal Agents, when no constitutionally delegated power can be discovered which grants the Federal Government policing authority inside of the states.

That the arrested men were transported outside of the state of Idaho, when no constitutionally delegated power can be discovered which grants the Federal Government this authority in cases where it has no judicial or policing authority.

That the arrested men have been held for an extended number of months, thereby violating their right to a speedy trial.

That the arrested men have been held without bail and severely restricted in their ability to communicate, thereby violating their right to due process.

That the arrested men have been charged with federal gun crimes when no constitutionally delegated power can be discovered which grants the Federal Government the authority to create gun law.

That if prosecution is warranted, such prosecution can only be constitutionally brought by the sheriffs or prosecutors in the counties where these men allegedly took questionable actions.

Resolved, that the People of the State of Idaho declare that these arrested men have certain rights which are guaranteed in ARTICLE 1 of the Constitution of Idaho, entitled, “DECLARATION of RIGHTS.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 1, INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF MAN, has been violated because the right of life and property has been taken by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 2, POLITICAL POWER INHERENT IN THE PEOPLE, has been violated because the right to peacefully alter, reform or abolish federal usurpations of power has been denied by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 6, RIGHT TO BAIL — CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS PROHIBITED, has been violated because these men have remained confined even though they have committed no acts of violence or treason, nor have they made threats to do so. This right has been denied by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 9, FREEDOM OF SPEECH, has been violated because these men used only the power of their voices and the guarantees of the Constitution to resist federal abuse. This right has been denied by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 11, RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS, has been violated because these men have been charged with unconstitutional federal gun crimes even though none used a firearm in a violent or threatening manner. This right has been denied by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

That ARTICLE 1, SECTION 13, GUARANTEES IN CRIMINAL ACTIONS AND DUE PROCESS OF LAW, has been violated because these men have been held without bail and limited in their ability to communicate, thereby denying them a fair opportunity to prepare for their defense. This right has been denied by powers not delegated by the United States Constitution.

Resolved, that the People of the State of Idaho regard the federal abuse of power, herein described and the failure of elected representatives of the People of Idaho to be a clear and present danger that threatens the republic as a whole and the People individually.

That the People recognize and abhor the clear, dangerous and palpable objective of the Federal Government which is to sew seeds of fear into the hearts and minds of the people.

That the People of Idaho recognize that Federal government success in this blatant attack against the People will result in the People being fearful to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right to speak in opposition of federal injustice.

That the People of Idaho recognize that Federal government success in this blatant attack against the People will result in the People being fearful to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right to peacefully assemble in opposition of federal injustice.

That the People of Idaho recognize that Federal government success in this blatant attack against the People will result in the People being fearful to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right to peacefully carry firearms while in opposition against federal injustice.

That the People of Idaho recognize that Federal government success in this blatant attack against the People, the Federal government will be free take unilateral action against the people without hindrance of the few and defined powers that are clearly enumerated in the Constitution of of the United States.

Resolved, that the People of the State of Idaho declare that members of the United States Congress from Idaho, the Idaho State Legislature as a body, and the sheriffs in the Idaho counties where these men were arrested have failed by a gross dereliction of their duties to defend the rights of these men as guaranteed in ARTICLE 1 of the Constitution of Idaho, entitled, “Declaration of Rights and the United States Constitution.

That the People herewith claim the right to instruct their representatives, as defined in ARTICLE1, SECTION 10 of the Idaho State Constitution.

That the People do hereby instruct the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to produce a resolution which constitutionally addresses and identifies specific remedies for each of the afore described violations of the United States and Idaho Constitutions and to render the product of this effort in writing.

That the People do hereby instruct the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to remedy, by nullification and interposition, as described by the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions, any of the afore mentioned violations of the United States an Idaho States Constitutions and to render the product of this effort in writing.

That the People do hereby instruct the members of the United States Congress from Idaho, the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to identify federal remedies for the afore mentioned violations of the United States and Idaho States Constitutions, regardless of whether the said violation will or will not be resisted by state nullification or interposition and to render the product of this effort in writing.

That the People do hereby instruct the members of the United States Congress from Idaho, the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to not structure the above documents by way of request or supplication, but rather to structure them as demands of manly firmness and immovable resolve.

That the People do hereby instruct the members of the United States Congress from Idaho, the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to deliver the above described documents to the office of the President of the United States, to each member of the United States Congress, to Attorney General Lynch, to every member of the Idaho State Legislature, to the Honorable Governor of the State of Idaho, to every elected Sheriff in the State of Idaho, and to the United States Attorney Wendy Olson.

That the People do hereby instruct the members of the United States Congress from Idaho, the Idaho State Legislature and the Sheriffs in the counties of Custer, Blaine, and Kootenai to deliver the above described documents to the People of Idaho by whatever means of delivery seems most likely to reach the entirety of the People of the State of Idaho.

Resolved, that the People of the State of Idaho declare this matter to be of the highest priority in the effort to preserve the republic and to protect the People.

That the People of Idaho will regard any failure, on the part of the elected officials herein identified, to comply with the instructions herein described, as a dangerous and palpable failure to comply with the oath of office which binds each representative individually and the body collectively.

Resolutions for Political Prisoners

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Resolutions for Political Prisoners

Directions:

  1. Copy these resolutions in their entirety.
  2. Make multiple copies of the signature page as required.
  3. Contact as many people as possible and either read the resolutions to them or allow the people to read them for themselves.
  4. Ask the people to sign the signature page.
  5. Make a copy of the signature page or pages for your records.
  6. Scan the signature pages and email them to dallypost.lance@gmail.com.
  7. Send a scanned copy of the resolutions along with your signed signature pages to the elected officials identified in the resolutions. We will provide a comma delimited list so that you can send to all in a single email.
  8. Mail the original signature pages to Lance Earl, 2530 Big Canyon Road, Rockland, Idaho, 83271.
  9. Weekly, I will send the resolutions, new signature pages received along with the current total of signatures received to each elected official named in the resolutions.
  10. Organize local meetings and rallies to educate the people and gather additional signatures.

 

We are We the People. In us is vested all power. Through us, liberty may be restored.

 

If there must be trouble, let it be in my day,

that my child may have peace.


– Thomas Paine

 

 

 

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