LINKS – re: LAW and the COMMON LAW
Freedom and Common Law Web Sites
(as of 11/18/2014 )
First, I will presume that you have already downloaded as PDF files the following:
- Black’s Law Dictionary, 4 th Edition, Revised (1968) – nothing AFTER that edition
- Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856 Edition – downloadable at http://www.lawfulpath.com/index.php?p=Reading-Room&i=0
- Bouvier’s Maxims of Law (available for download at either http://SEDM.org or lawfulpath.com/index.php?p=Reading-Room&i=0 )
- Maxims in Law & Equity by Peloubet (1880)
- Maxims of Law by Subject Category – downloadable at Ecclesia-org
- Black’s Law Dictionary, 2 nd Edition (1891) – useful, but optional
The following list is NOT complete, as there are literally hundreds of law school libraries and thousands of relevant law web sites, But this is a start:
www.1215.org – – BILL THORNTON’s “Law Notes” site on the COMMON LAW (theory, history and practical application in courts today) – this is THE BEST web site on the Common Law!!!
www.law.cornell.edu – Cornell Law School’s “Legal Information Institute” – Fantastic !!!
http://Freedom-School.com – Incredibly FANTASTIC Library of Law articles !!!!!
http://SEDM.org – HUGE library of information
www.USA-the-Republic.com – great law articles
http://SupremeLaw.org/library/index.htm – Paul Mitchell’s “Supreme Law Library” – Fantastic
http://FamGuardian.org – a STUNNINGLY MASSIVE Library on Law and Freedom
www.USAvsUS.info – U.S.A. versus Corporate U.S. – History and Information
www.LawfulPath.com – Its “Reading Room” page is a masterpiece of essays, important documents, etc. at: www.lawfulpath.com/index.php?p=Reading-Room&i=0 In addition, the “Springboard” page provides the reader with a list of useful LINKS to other sites: www.lawfulpath.com/index.php?p=Springboard&i=0#lr
www.FreedomPool.org – Freedom Library
www.AdmiraltyLawGuide.com – Admiralty Law Guide
http://supremelaw.org/cc/index.htm – Index of Court Cases by Case Names
www.SSRN.com – Must search for appropriate articles
www.USAvsUS.info — Freedom & Sovereignty
www.PLOL.org/Pages/Search.aspx – Public Library of Law
http://constitution.org – U.S. Constitution
http://thomas.loc.gov/home/thomas.php – Library of Congress (Thomas section)
www.supremecourt.gov – U.S. Supreme Court
www.Ecclesia.org – a semi-religious web site, but with excellent information in its “The Roman World” section
NOTE: One could spend YEARS studying the articles and referenced articles on EACH ONE of the above web sites alone. Together, they provide links to perhaps hundreds of thousands of articles, if not millions.
www.BuildFreedom.com – contained some great documents and articles, but no longer functions
www.SSRN.com – Must search for appropriate articles
www.OnPower.org/quotes/quotes.html – Quotes on Power
www.globalresearch.ca/who-owns-the-federal-reserve/10489 – Federal Reserve
http://mculta.daisydoor.net – about Common Law Name Changes
www.ushistory.org – superficial, but you have to start somewhere…
http://SupremeLaw.org/cc/jetruman/index.htm – Court Cases – “Selected Works of John Everyman Trumane”
www.RepublicOfTheUnitedStates.org – BILL FOUST’s plan for restoring the American Republic (before he was murdered at his home by a police officer)
www.justia.com – Law and Legal Information for Law Students
www.nolo.com/dictionary – Law dictionary
www.oyez.org – latest U.S. Supreme Court stuff
www.lectlaw.com -‘Lectric Law Library
http://libertyfight.com/archives/quotes.html – QUOTES – stick to this one page; the rest of the web site is “nuts”
www.WhoOwnsTheWorld.com – Are you not just a bit curious?
www.abodia.com/court/files/Challenge%20Jurisdiction.htm – challenging Jurisdiction
www.abodia.com/court – other minor court stuff
www.constitution.org/uslaw/defunlaw.htm – special article (example of what you can find if you dig deep enough)
www.usa-the-republic.com/items%20of%20interest/trial_by_jury/Introduction.html – a book by Lysander Spooner; plus ANY other writings by Lysander Spooner
There are some well-done videos online – a few even contain accurate information!
The four (4) series of videos I personally prefer are all on www.YouTube.com .
1.) Videos of Bill Thornton’s lectures: www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bill+thornton
Do NOT rely only on a search on “Bill Thornton”, since many videos have been removed, then later re-posted by other people without mentioning the name “Bill Thornton”. Bill Thornton discusses in great detail how to file a “Counter-Claim”(turning you from a “defendant” into a “Plaintiff”) well in advance of any court hearing and how to establish and maintain YOUR OWN COURT as a true “court of record” operating SOLELY under the Common Law. Bill’s videos are THE BEST in term of theory, history and practical application in a court room!
2.) Videos of Bill Turner’s lectures: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l0BTV06s9A&list=PLjvSX3DDjLq3k5ZnzbLoYM6HV-0wTYrMs
3.) Videos of Karl Lentz’s interviews (as he seldom gives lectures):
4.) Videos of SIMON, aka “El Spaniardo’s” lectures: www.youtube.com/results?search_query=el+spaniardo
He also posts videos under the name of “WhiteRabbitTrust”: www.youtube.com/user/WhiteRabbitTrust
Simon’s best lectures involve the Common Law and Maritime-Admiralty law (Contract law; Commercial law), where he stands next to large white sheets of paper and writes down notes. His “phone calls” and other phone interviews are usually disasters. His lectures on “Common Law Liens” or “Commercial Liens” are among the BEST I have ever seen or read!
VIDEOS to AVOID
1.) Videos by Marc Stevens. I think his concept of the Common Law is far too narrow; and I am not sure if he knows the difference between the Common Law, Equity law and Maritime-Admiralty law -– which are the ONLY three types of law allowed under the U.S. Constitution. Further, Mr. Stevens always seems to concentrate on demanding the judge prove “jurisdiction” before proceeding further I court.
What Mr. Steven does NOT appear to recognize is that, UNLESS he files well BEFORE any court hearing a Counter-Claim under the Common Law (thereby making himself or his “client” the PLAINTIFF) challenging the court’s Equity or Maritime-Admiralty jurisdiction, he or his client has already LOST by the time they show up in court. A “defendant” can NOT simply show up in a judge’s court operating under Maritime-Admiralty jurisdiction and then demand that the judge “prove” he has jurisdiction! Simply by showing up in court (without filing a Counter-Claim as above as a plaintiff in a REBUTTAL to the court’s PRESUMPTION of Maritime-Admiralty jurisdiction), the “defendant” has “agreed” to the court’s Maritime-Admiralty jurisdiction by default. And like the captain of a ship, once you aboard the captain’s (judge’s) ship, the captain (judge) is in complete control of all that happens on his ship (court). Once in court, the former “defendant (now the “plaintiff” in his Counter-Claim should let his documents stand by themselves and should say NOTHIING of substance to anyone, other than to state repeatedly, “My documents filed with my Counter-Claim explain everything as best as I can ever explain it. I have nothing else to add.”
The result is that although Mr. Stevens’ arguments re: proving jurisdiction have real merit under law, he does NOT understand the proper procedures and times for challenging the judge’s jurisdiction; and therefore Mr. Steven’s “client” appear to lose more often than not. (Mr. Stevens should study the work of Bill Thornton (above) regarding filing a Counter-Claim as a Plaintiff in which one challenges jurisdiction.)
2.) Videos by Robert Menard of Canada are very interesting and often very accurate (especially re: the Common Law), However, like Mr. Stevens, he appears to lack sufficient knowledge of Equity law and Maritime-Admiralty law (Commercial law, Contract law, Law Merchant) under which almost ALL lower courts operate AND therefore the proper procedures of filing well in advance a Counter-Claim (making oneself the “Plaintiff” as opposed to the “defendant”), as described above for Mr. Marc Stevens.