It is important that everyone, including those in the world who know enslavement, to know the Court’s penumbra theory, penumbra, a shadowy, indefinite, or marginal area of the law—or the legal speak of civil rights lawyers and the justices on the Supreme Court, in their ivory tower. For instance, freedom of speech is the nude dancer’s provocative body movements. I didn’t know that women’s privates speak. I guess they do. If U.S. Supreme Court says they speak, they speak. Who am I to question?
It is important for everyone to know that the Tea Party, calling themselves conservative, banned me from further comment. I offended their sense of justice, whatever it is. Good people, but they have little or no idea of the law. They are being taken.
The penumbra theory involves the individual’s Bill of Rights. It happened in 1949 when the Court absorbed the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable searches and seizures of the Bill of Rights into the Fourteenth, searches and seizures such as the IRS searches of personal stuff and seizures, the Fourteenth Amendment, coincidentally, having to do with the freedom of black slaves. Having gotten away with this, the Supreme Court went hog wild. The Warren Court nationalized the Bill of Rights, the individual left with zip rights. Alas, the “right to privacy” which was held to emanate from penumbras of the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Amendments, all one big shadowy, indefinite, marginal pile of stinking crap, what do the American people know about the law? We don’t need to know the law. We’ve got civil rights lawyers and judges —professional liars, a travesty, to tell us the law. Ostensibly, the freeing of blacks, rather than white plantation owners, government is now the black slave’s caretaker. Alas, they remain living in squalor and exist on a pittance, no better off than when they were owned by white plantation owners. Remember Gone with the Wind? When will they learn?
Civil rights lawyers and judges teach us our personal and private rights. I don’t think the Founding Fathers had that in mind when they wrote the Constitution, but let me make myself clear: I’m no authority; I merely experience the law. Being as I’m white and an entrepreneur, I don’t need any help. I’m advantaged. We’ve got to help the disadvantaged. The law is such that my after tax income would not pay my rent. I was locked out of my apartment, to become a street person. I was out of sight, out of mind—not worthy of a dime of help.
The “penumbra theory” was followed by the “preferred freedom” theory; that is, help by the taxpayers for the “disadvantaged.” I learned that the background of the U.S. Constitution determines the law. The makers and keepers of the law are blowing smoke. How could the American people allow those lying frauds to leave me on the street? Who knows who is next?
The Ninth Amendment of my Bill of Rights, which the Court has conveniently laid to rest, says, “the enumeration of certain rights in the Constitution shall not prejudice other rights not so enumerated” The Fifth Amendment of my Bill of Rights, which the Court has conveniently laid to rest, says that I have the right to be heard in a meaningful way in a meaningful place.
The Court says it must interpret the Constitution according to today’s needs. How does the U.S. Supreme Court of the United States know my needs? It doesn’t need to know my needs. Everyone’s needs supersede my needs. Everyone’s needs come ahead of the fruits of my labor. I don’t see that. I don’t stand for that. The American people ordained my Constitution. My rights can’t be taken or bartered—unless I agree, which I don’t.
The courts didn’t back me. They looked the other way, all the way to the Supreme Court. I had their record, which I gave to The Palm Beach Post. The IRS, come to find out, made numerous “mistakes” in the collection of taxes from me, which they corrected when publically exposed. But that didn’t stop the IRS. My wife was told that she didn’t pay her tax for five years. If she didn’t pay immediately, our home was going to be seized. It turned out to be another “mistake.”
By her current system of justice, the United States is allowed to make limitless mistakes. The Supreme Court sanctioned Obamacare, leaving millions of Americans without health insurance, without their doctors, and subject to heavy fine. Yes, there are problems the authorities admit, but they are being rapidly fixed. Not so you can mention it. Whether it be science, religion, or the law America has moved to the rear. Unbelievable! Freedom is up for grabs.