Constitutionally Limited Government * Fiscal Responsibility * Free Markets
Commercial Processes Defined by the Bill of Rights
The 5th Amendment of the Constitution for the United States of America determines the legitimate grounds for passing through the portals of the courthouse and for using the tax-financed court.
All processes in Commerce are legislated, judicated (adjudicated), and executed, challenged, rebutted, and consummated by the parties in Commerce within the realm of Economics, labor, contracts, surety, credit, liens, distresses and honorable combat by reason—all without the Courts.
Only those processes belong in the tax-financed court which will not be resolved without libel, slander, violence, dueling, human sacrifice through mortal combat, double jeopardy, self destruction, adverse possession or eminent domain.
The first four Amendments (1-4) of the Bill of Rights keep Commerce on the streets, outside of the courts and out of the public tax coffers.
The second four Amendments (5-8) of the Bill of Rights keep violence off the streets and under the control of government.
The last two Amendments (9-10) guarantee that all persons shall have a remedy by law, either natural law of social law.
The First Amendment protects Truth by Affidavit.
The Second Amendment protects Citizens acting under the First Amendment from government retaliation against witnesses.
The Third Amendment keeps the agents of government from holding potluck dinner wherever its agents want to.
The Fourth Amendment protects the public from a government, which takes from Citizens by bearing false witness.
The Fifth Amendment is intended to keep the courthouse doors closed against the capricious and unlawful use of public tax money, and, for example, prohibits and outlaws the private use of its facilities by an organized labor union known as the Bar Association.
The Sixth Amendment provides a method of maintaining the commercial continuity of the nation while at the same time it prevents the government from converting the courthouse into a profitable commercial enterprise, a witch hunting institution, a public slaughterhouse, and a political genocide institution.
The Seventh Amendment provides and guarantees a method of accessing public wisdom and sensibility to establish the fair market value of commercial controversies, injuries, and violations.
The Eighth Amendment forbids government to terrorize the public to assert government’s will. It demands that the punishment of crimes be proportional to the degree of public offense. It is well known that all governments rule by force, that power corrupts, and that absolute power corrupts absolutely. Therefore the Eighth Amendment is provided and serves to limit the expansion of corruption.
The Ninth Amendment allows the Citizen to create a remedy by Affidavit.
The Tenth Amendment empowers the same Citizen to exercise an un-rebutted choice of remedy.
Randy Due (Civil Rights Advocate) Non-union Lawyer per (42 USC § 1986)