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Note* Before you begin.
I just wanted to thank all of you for your patience over the last 6 weeks or so. As the Republic For Nevada Blog has been having a series of technical difficulties.
One issue regarding Virus/Malware being found on the site and Google having made contracts with various Virus/Malware software vendors have setup google to be the self chosen Internet Cops.
The blog was cleaned for over a month and as readers/viewers came to the site they were still presented with a message that stipulated, “If you proceed to the site, you may be risking your computer health”. Such was the essence of the message and it took several clicks (depending on the type of virus software, machine, operating system or browser) to get to the site.
Ironically, during the time the site was healed and google’s unrelenting message raged on while at the basement unseen level of operations, google search engines we still scanning the site on every page. You would think they had enough information and access to release the negative message for our blog. My imagination is now raging. As you may have guessed.
I did, of course get the message released. That issue is put to rest, but not forgotten.
The original issue, viewers were unable to play the videos on Chaplin Raymond’s classes. I have lamented over this for a while and from all I have been able to come up with, is some level of incompatibility in Windows 7 and the player I use on this web site. It is no small process to implement a new player on a blog that already has 120 video blogs already and each one has to be reloaded with location data for the new player.
It does not need to be re-uploaded, just each blog re-adjusted for the new player. A tedious and still time consuming project. I went from ‘PodPress’ to ‘PowerPress’. When that did not solve the issue, I had to look elsewhere. And for those that are aware of these things, ‘PowerPress’s autoupdate to automatically take over when installed, ‘didn’t work’. End of story.
I hope as I make this fix more elegant and if you are still having the same issue of not seeing the current player , play the class webinar for you. Please use this workaround and use FireFox. If you already have FireFox please proceed to the following links to update FireFox to be able to play Chaplin Raymond’s Webinars on our site. Thank you!
This first link is basically, ‘Information only’. How the add-on/plugin works on FireFox. Just good Info. The second one is when you have FireFox installed/loaded. Use the open FireFox browser to connect to that second link and install the Add-on/plugin by downloading it, then run it when asked to do so. You may have to close all your FireFox Browsers and restart a new session. Once that is accomplished you should be able to view the webinars here with relative ease.
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Thank you for your patience. James, …
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Facts on Common Law-TGJ <<< Information for tonight’s topic >>>
Notes on some of tonight’s discussion
We will finish the following three topics before resuming the review of the sample brief these three topics are necessary to understand.
I. Facts on Common Law-TGJ.pdf
The attached is a selection of facts about the common law that we need to be exposed to before we get too far into dealing with cases in the defacto courts.
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II. Emergency Power Courts
All emergency power process MUST BE DEFECTIVE in form, content, and authority when such process is compared to lawful process. And as defective as it is,
IT IS VALID IN ALL CASES EXCEPT WHEN ABATED.
All court appearances are VOLUNTARY because the Process Rule is: ALL DEFECTS OF PROCESS ARE CURED BY VOLUNTARY APPEARANCE.
There are many who believe that special appearances (by paperwork, motions, etc.,) nullify a Court’s jurisdiction. Under emergency powers, this is a false doctrine.
There are no remedies in challenging a Court’s jurisdiction except by abating its process.
“Abatements” are not a challenge to a court’s jurisdiction, they are merely a “good faith” attempt to correct errors in process (i.e., “clear up the errors, judge, and I will appear”).”Special Appearances” fail when a Judge knows what he is doing. Under “Martial Rule,” Judges do whatever they want, whenever they want, so long as he does not alarm the public or disturb the peace.
Jurisdiction is always granted to try jurisdictional questions.
There are no remedies in challenging a Court’s jurisdiction, and
[Judges do whatever they want, whenever they want, so long as he does not alarm the public or disturb the peace.]
creates, in effect, an environment in which there is no governing Constitution of the United States; i.e., Martial Rule (not Law).
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III. Our Nonconstitutional Legal System
Many recognize that the legal system today does not follow constitutional law or the common law, as it once did, but is now
operating under some other law. While it is generally agreed that we are under a different law and legal system, its exact nature seems to be in dispute. It has been said that we are under admiralty law, equity law and procedure, administrative rules, public policy, emergency measures, bankruptcy law, the war powers, international law, or martial law.
In a sense, all of these concepts are in part correct, since aspects of each of them are being arbitrarily followed. But none of them specifically state or identify the legal problem and situation. While the cause or source of the current corrupt law and legal system is to be found in the spiritual sector, there is a legal explanation for what is transpiring in the government and courts.
The question many of us have often asked is, how can those who control the legal and judicial system avoid conflict with the constitution while implementing arbitrary and tyrannical laws and procedures?
The answer is that they make use of a concept known as “constitutional avoidance.” By this basic concept it is never presumed that the legislature intended to act contrary to the … They will also dispose of matters by some other means which does not involve the constitution if available.
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