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Post Civil War Reconstruction overthrew the founding principles of America. The Reconstruction Acts (1) nationalized citizenship in the United States, which gave the federal government an indefinite supremacy over All American citizens and (2) is an absolute overthrow of 10th Amendment State's rights.

The constitutionality of the Nationalization ...

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On April 28, 2011 Mandie Rose made a special appearance at the Wilkes County Courthouse to challenge the jurisdiction of the de facto state of North Carolina (for those who may remember, Ms. Rose brought a similar challenge in March 2010 which led to her case being dismissed). Having previously submitted her memorandum of law, she addressed the court on Thursday afternoon challenging them to prove ...

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After previous court appearances back in September and December, Jerry Plemmons once again returned to Forsyth County District courtroom 1A this Monday, January 31st, at 9AM, to continue with his challenge of jurisdiction (see video below). Contrary to Mr. Plemmons' last appearance, his hired court reporter was actually allowed to set up this time and do her job. Once the actual transcript is available, ...

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On December 6th, 2010 at 9AM, state citizen Jerry Plemmons returned to Forsyth County District courtroom 1A in Winston Salem, NC on special appearance to challenge jurisdiction. This case was continued after a different judge refused to hear his evidence back on September 20th. The case has been continued yet again, and scheduled for January 31st, 2011.

Prior to Jerry's appearance, he received several ...

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Today, September 20th, at 9AM, state citizen Jerry Plemmons was in courtroom 1A, at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston Salem, North Carolina on special appearance to challenge jurisdiction.

A huge thank you goes out to all of those in attendance at the courthouse today. We urge all readers to come out and witness these cases in person. With more people showing up in the courtrooms, the ...

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