Believe it or not, our nation actually takes one day out of the year to pay homage to the Bill of Rights, at least officially. The rest of the time, those 10 amendments are largely trashed, as “progressives” try to dilute it, creatively misinterpret it, find ways around it, or add to it with new rights that were not intended. Leftists see this enumeration of rights mostly as an inconvenience, the dusty relic of a bygone age, believing that they, the geniuses who are so adept at running things (into the ground), should be able to assume power at will. “The Bill of Rights incorporates the basic rights every human being should have,” it says. Well, yes. But these rights are rare and precious indeed, and I don’t need to tell you that they’re gravely endangered even within our own country.  Mike Huckabee

It was on this very day in 1791 — December 15 — that a young United States of America formally adopted the first ten amendments to its Constitution that we call the Bill of Rights. Those amendments were fundamental and foundational, as bedrock as it gets, without which adoption of the Constitution itself might not have occurred. In fewer than 500 words, many of our most cherished liberties are expressed as rights to be protected. It’s a roster of instructions to government to keep out of where it doesn’t belong. Not long ago, the late and famous trial attorney F. Lee Bailey (1933-2021) posed a poignant question to which he provided a disturbing answer: “Can any of you seriously say the Bill of Rights could get through Congress today? It wouldn’t even get out of committee!” 

  1. The concept that the Bill of Rights and other constitutional protections against arbitrary government are inoperative when they become inconvenient or when expediency dictates otherwise is a very dangerous doctrine and if allowed to flourish would destroy the benefit of a written Constitution and undermine the basis of our government. – Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black
  2. Show me that age and country where the rights and liberties of the people were placed on the sole chance of their rulers being good men, without a consequent loss of liberty? – Patrick Henry
  3. The Bill of Rights wasn’t enacted to give us any rights. It was enacted so the Government could not take away from us any rights that we already had. – Kenneth G. Eade, author
  4. The very purpose of a Bill of Rights was to withdraw certain subjects from the vicissitudes of political controversy, to place them beyond the reach of majorities, and to establish them as legal principles to be applied by the courts. One’s right to life, liberty, and property, to free speech, a free press, freedom of worship and assembly, and other fundamental rights may not be submitted to vote; they depend on the outcome of no elections.  Robert H. Jackson, Supreme Court Justice
  5. Education on the value of free speech and the other freedoms reserved by the Bill of Rights, about what happens when you don’t have them, and about how to exercise and protect them, should be an essential prerequisite for being an American citizen — or indeed a citizen of any nation, the more so to the degree that such rights remain unprotected. If we can’t think for ourselves, if we’re unwilling to question authority, then we’re just putty in the hands of those in power. But if the citizens are educated and form their own opinions, then those in power work for us … In the demon-haunted world that we inhabit by virtue of being human, this may be all that stands between us and the enveloping darkness.”  Carl Sagan, astronomer
  6.  “There are two ways to choke off free expression. We’ve already discussed one of them: clamp down on free speech and declare some topics off-limits. That strategy is straightforward enough. The other, more insidious way to limit free expression is to try to change the very language people use” – Dennis Prager, author
  7. “Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed as they are in almost every kingdom of Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed and constitute a force superior to any bands of regular troops that can be, on any pretense, raised in the United States.” – Noah Webster
  8. “The constitutions of most of our States assert, that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves, … or they may act by representatives, freely and equally chosen; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed; that they are entitled to freedom of person, freedom of religion, freedom of property, and freedom of the press.” 
    Thomas Jefferson
  9. “In 1942, there were 110,000 Japanese American citizens in good standing, law-abiding people who were thrown into internment camps simply because their parents were born in the wrong country. That’s all they did wrong. They had no right to a lawyer, no right to a fair trial, no right to a jury of their peers no right to due process of any kind. The only right they had: “Right this way” into the internment camps! Just when these American citizens needed their rights the most, their government took them away! And rights aren’t rights if someone can take them away. They’re just privileges.”  George Carlin
  10. “The first article of the Bill of Rights provides that Congress shall make no law respecting freedom of worship or abridging freedom of opinion. There are some among us who seem to feel that this provision goes too far, even for the purpose of preventing tyranny over the mind of man. Of course, there are dangers in religious freedom and freedom of opinion. But to deny these rights is worse than dangerous, it is absolutely fatal to liberty. The external threat to liberty should not drive us into suppressing liberty at home. Those who want the Government to regulate matters of the mind and spirit are like men who are so afraid of being murdered that they commit suicide to avoid assassination.” – Harry Truman
  11. “In respect to political rights, we hold woman to be justly entitled to all we claim for man. We go farther and express our conviction that all political rights which it is expedient for man to exercise, it is equally so for women. All that distinguishes man as an intelligent and accountable being, is equally true of woman; and if that government is only just which governs by the free consent of the governed, there can be no reason in the world for denying to woman the exercise of the elective franchise, or a hand in making and administering the laws of the land. Our doctrine is, that “Right is of no sex.” – Frederick Douglass
  12. “The Bill of Rights is the United States. The United States is the Bill of Rights. Compromise the Bill of Rights and you dissolve the very foundation upon which the Union stands… Nowhere in the Bill of Rights are the words ‘unless inconvenient’ to be found.” – A. E. Samaan, historian

In order to fight and win, our founders found they could not go toe to toe with the British Army and win.  The British were too strong and too well trained and too many.  So, we developed other tactics to defeat them.  We found gorilla warfare was what was needed.  Small groups, hit and run. shoot from afar, and more.  Washington out spied them and they admitted it. 

 Today we must do the same.  We have to know the enemy and know what we are and can and cannot do.

 All of the might of the illegal secular liberal Marxist Left controls the Press, the Schools, and most of the Government.   Those who try to go at them on their ground lose.  The Liberals use the courts where most judges are also Liberals. They infest the Bureaucracy front to back.   Those who are in elected office have rigged the system to the point 93% get re-elected no matter what they do.   Modern culture has been skewed far left by Liberal domination of the schools and the press. Most of all, they have insulated themselves from any accountability for their actions, decisions, and rulings.  They have become a despotic law unto themselves.

We Conservatives have the foundational right on our side, but we have to use it in ways that cannot be overturned by the Liberal establishment.   We are few in number but great in actual power and our cause is sound, right, and just.  However, the other side cares nothing for that so we must use the guerilla tactics of our founders as they apply today.

First of all, we must have authority that cannot be legally challenged.   It does no good to go into court against the Liberals as they own the Judiciary.  Judges today rule the Liberal line, not the Law.   So, where can we find absolute authority for WE, THE PEOPLE??

Answer - the Declaration of Independence. The foundational statement that everything after it refers back to and is justified by.  The bedrock of the Nation. Nothing we stand on, the Constitution, all of our laws from the top down make no sense without it.

    "We hold these Truths self-evident:   That all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men drawing their just powers from the consent of the governed, ( and here comes our authority) THAT WHENEVER ANY FORM OF GOVERNMENT BECOMES DESTRUCTIVE OF THESE ENDS, IT IS THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER OR ABOLISH...AND REPLACE.."

The PRIMARY AND FINAL RIGHT of the People is to deal with and make accountable those IN GOVERNMENT who, WITHOUT IN GOVERNMENT CORRECTION, come against our rights as Americans, LIES WITH - WE THE PEOPLE, "We the People" are the authorized LEGAL SYSTEM of the United States. !!!

All of the usurpations against King George following that statement have no authority of wrong without that basis to stand on.

All following law and institutions, including the Constitution, exist only because of that fundamental, bedrock unarguable statement OF LAW and make no sense WITHOUT IT!!  IT, THEREFORE, IS THE PRIME LAW OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.   It is unarguable, unquestionable, unchangeable LAW!!

The Constitution begins "We the People of the United States..."   Where did that come from.  Answer - the last 1/3 of the primary statement of the Declaration of Independence.  Where the teeth of government correction of abuses of power is given to THE PEOPLE, US - YOU AND I !!

Here are some back up quotes you can use.

          Declaration of Independence as LAW.           By Ronald r. Cherry

Our American Declaration of Independence is the supreme, un-amendable moral law of the United States.  Declarational law predated and trumps our supreme, amendable law, the Constitution.  As stated in our Declaration, the purpose of amendable law (Constitution) is to secure our sacred, unalienable (God given) equal, individual rights to, among others, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness (originally, pursuit of property). "That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men" [note - it goes on to say, and this is the active policing statement, "that if government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish.....and establish new governments to protect their peace and safety". 

Note our application of this has almost always been to individuals, personally and in groups, seldom to whole government structures.)






    Citizen’s rights in United States foundational documents can be found in law in Section 1 of the U S Legal Code Annotated in the highest section, the “ORGANIC LAW” portion.

Herein we will describe, in order, a legal means that citizens have been given to legally “alter and/or abolish” ANY FORM OF GOVERNMENT entity, wither it be a person, group, civil, business, press, etc.   Our legal right exists in the Declaration of Independence 5th provision of action, and the Bill of Rights of the U S Constitution, plus the Ordinance of 1787, untouchable by any form of government entity. In other words, YOU can LEGALLY do this and there is nothing “they” can “legally” do to stop you or hinder you without breaking the law and then “they” will then be legally prosecutable by you BY RIGHT, or the appropriate government entity that is not corrupted or outside of any government agency as well.  This is the power behind those documents given to “the people”.  SCOTUS has said, in this vain, we the people are a 4th branch of government, with no accountably to the other 3 branches.  WITHOUT IT YOU EFFECTIVELY HAVE NO RIGHTS, EXCEPT ON PAPER!! 

  1. Identify a target which fits into violation of law by foundational terms. As we say in the military: “It’s a target rich environment!”.  All of the following can be announced on the web anonymously (first line of protection for YOU against corrupt “government” actors.
  2. Form a “citizens common Law Independent Grand Jury (5th Amendment to the U S Constitution). It was original formed by the Cromwell administration around 1650 in England with no “government” input or interference to try any form of government officials who were operating outside of the law.  It was installed in American Juris-prudence at our founding with all of the other British Common Law (SCOTUS 1954).  As Grand Jury law, it is SECRET BY LAW AND NO GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE OR ACTION ALLOWED UNLESS INVITED BY THE CITIZENS INVOLVED.  Number of members can be 1 or more and the Grand Jury of Citizens makes its OWN RULES of evidence, operation, and procedures. Any interference by “government” is illegal and an actionable offence by a subsequent Grand Jury.  So members are safe from any form of government interference or action, and they can also prosecute any violation thereof.
  3. Write up a “Redress of Grievance” of the target (1st Amendment to the U S Constitution). Most use the “Whereas/Therefore” written method but any will do outlining the law, the violation, and the action the target must by law make to remedy the situation, either by action or by resignation, or by eventual removal and prosecution (again, with or without government assistance or interference depending on how the Citizens Independent Grand Jury decides.  Send copies to the target, the appropriate Attorney’s General for required legal action by them (foundational requirement if used) and the appropriate press for legal notice.  Once presented in this way all parties, targets, and Attorneys General have, by law, 40 days to act or they are in violation of law and may be prosecuted by citizens (“the people”) under the Declaration of Independence to “alteration or abolishment as defined by the people herein involved, just like a regular court would do .
  4. If the government legal system will not or cannot prosecute (does not matter which) the Citizens may with a citizens trial (again, no government allowed unless invited by the citizens involved), decision, and if guilty, arrest and punishment (citizen’s arrest by the members or it can be farmed out to “persons or groups” designated for that purpose. The punishment of the target and the (if used and unresponsive) attorney officials who did not prosecute as required.  The members of the Jury, or their Designee, or make an open call for anyone to punish is now on the table and can be used legally. 
  5. Instruct the punishment persons or, if the citizens broadcast for punishment persons they do not want to connect with or know (remember, governments are, at this point, proven corrupt and may try to identify the members of the Grand Jury (illegal) or the Citizens Court (also illegal) or the designees for carrying out of sentence (also illegal) but corrupt officials may try thinking they are protected by their positions. They are not and you can then prosecute them as well.
  6. This may seem like a long procedure only because we have seen the “government” courts make it so for months and even years. In addition, we have seen them thwarting justice because they illegally can with the thought, they can get away with it and have the misplaced idea no citizens can stop them.  However the above can be accomplished by one or a few very quickly. Decisions can be made and notice can be given on the web to unafraid conservative papers, magazines, talk shows, etc. just as quickly.  If they do not or will not print or inform the public due to any reason, it does not matter. Notifying the target that legal notice has been given and how is all you need to do.  If the target says they did not know they were breaking the law, any police, lawyer, or judge person will at any level say and have said: “ignorance of the law is not excuse!”. 

This way you are operation within uncontested, irrevocable, unchangeable. LAW! NO ONE CAN HONESTLY SUCESSFULY ARGUE A LEGAL CASE AGAINST IT AND YOU CAN DO IT AGAIN, AND AGAIN AND AGAIN.  This is the right the Founders of America gave WE citizens in law with the authorities that have power over us who have become tyrants.  Without it the Liberty, Freedom, and self-determination we were given is nullified and becomes nonexistent in actual fact.

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Whereas the rights of man in the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America states:

   “ We hold these truths self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these rights are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness……” and the governmental and citizens responsibilities and rights included therein.

Whereas these rights are expanded in the United States Constitution, not limited to, Bill of Rights, and other laws and edicts inside and outside of civil government.

Whereas they are legalized in Section 1 of the U. S. Legal Code Annotated, Organic Law section along with the U.S. Constitution and the Ordinance of 1787 as foundational law and passed as law by that section.

Whereas Colorado as a territory and  then a State affirmed submission to those provisions and  those foundational rights as required by Federal law to become a Territory and then a State of the United States, as did all States in this Union.

Whereas it is the duty as well as the privilege of all States their legislatures, and Citizens of this Union to periodically re-affirm our commitment to the Rights of Man.

Therefore:  We do here in Legislature assembled to once again affirm our fealty and subjection to those principles and that foundational law under which this Union was founded and once again declare the Rights of Man portion thereof to be still active and law of this State of Colorado for all of our citizens and governments and let it be known far and wide that this is our Declaration of this Legislature and this State.