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It is an evil milestone to have so many laws, and ways to interpret them, that no human being could possibly be sure of how to live 100% within the law. I have watched the law flip from Andy Of Mayberry and Perry Mason to folks at a theater cheering for the evil ones winning.

Those of evil purpose twist “case law” to be anything they desire it to be, and to convict anyone they want to convict. It is a rich man’s sub-human game. We have seen it time and again, the evil of winning in the court of the Main-Stream Media long before it gets to the Court Room. Case in point was the O.J. Simpson case. This may have been the singular pivotal moment in time, where the tides of good and evil turned.

“Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

America must reduce the amount of law to be what the Constitution says it is and written to be clearly understood by all Americans. All Congressional bills would be each with one topic only. No more having a bunch of bad laws attached to a good law that needs to be passed.

Mandatory education of all Americans would include American Middle School children earning graduation points learning local and state laws; and in high school, an excellent understanding of our federal laws, and a general understanding of the Top 5 Foreign Country Laws ~ deemed the most important (each year The Secretary of State, One from Chiefs of Staff, and The President choose which five countries are good to understand for that year.)  All adults should know the laws they are expected to live by. THAT’S RIGHT, we are going to have to dump over two centuries of laws.

We need to return to Constitutional Law and make “case law” illegal.

If I were able to wake up each day of my life and know the laws I am expected to live by, they might look something like this:

1.           Do not murder. If a human being has a heartbeat it is alive. Regarding children, it does not matter the location of the child, inside or outside the mother’s womb, children have the same rights of Constitutional Law as all Americans.

2.           Do not steal – period.

3.           Do not bear false witness against another.

4.           Do not lie under oath.

5.           No labor on Sunday unless it is dealing with the health of another in your care. I think we learned how to reconnect families during the recent lockdown. Families had this day of rest in the 1950’s and 1960’s.  I remember families doing things together on Sunday.

6.           Families should, by law, take care of family members ~ taking them into our homes or pay for their care ~ we are primarily talking about grandparents above the age of 65, widows and orphans.

7.           Do not commit adultery. Divorce may be granted in favor of the person who was faithful to the marriage. If you are concerned about things like prenuptial agreements because there is some level of distrust, do not get married.

8.           When someone dies, his/her estate is distributed as follows (once again, if you have a problem with this, perhaps you should consider not marrying until you meet someone you trust):
              ~            If married, net of assets and expenses are given to / or borne by the spouse.
              ~            If not married, but children exist ~ and the net of assets and expenses is an asset ~ each child will receive an equal amount. If the net is a debt, the vendors will write off the debt.
              ~            If not married, and no children exist, but a will exists giving assets and expenses to a relative, friend or an organization, these wishes will be honored if the party accepts.
              ~            Except for the 3 examples above, the assets and expenses will be absorbed by the state that the person resided in.

9.           Citizenship:
              ~            is afforded to those born in the U.S. and have at least one parent who is a U.S. Citizen.
              ~            is afforded to those born outside the U.S., but has one parent who is a U.S. Citizen .
              ~            is afforded to those who came to the U.S. through a legal U.S. port of entry, awarded a temporary visa, and pass the test for Citizenship. Any Citizenship to another country will be null and void, and the new citizen must sign legal papers to the country of origin, denouncing any other citizenship. No American Citizen may hold dual citizenship.

10.         There will be NO laws passed that add or detract from these basic base-line laws, and the Constitution.

11.         There will be NO laws passed by Congress to give themselves any higher salary than the current median – middle class salary. Members of Congress will not have any benefits such that as an employee of a corporation. The only benefit a Member of Congress will receive is their salary.

12.         There will be no local, state, or federal office with any terms longer than 8 years total for life.

13.         Schools:
              There will be a special school state sales tax that will be 100% given to the EQUAL benefit of each child who is enrolled in the state online school. Each child will be provided digital services in their home for school learning. Most classes will be online classes – your child can learn at home – or an accredited neighborhood school group. The parent / guardian must take their children to xx number of hours accredited socializing activities, where they may meet other children their age, and lives in their neighborhood. There will be a state list each school year of approved places for socializing: concerts, swimming, skating, gymnastics, ballet, jazz, home building activities, sports clubs (football, hockey, baseball, basketball,. . . ), attending sports games, cooking club, chess club, homemaking club, science club, English Literature club / writing club, etc.)

14.         Sales Taxes:

              There will be two federal sales tax:
              ~ One to pay for the military.
              ~ One to pay for once-a-quarter, two-week sessions each year for both houses of Congress. The rest of the time they should be in their home states working for their constituents.

              There will be two state and local sales tax:
              ~ One to pay for the police.
              ~ One to pay for free health clinics, two for each zip code.

15. All business owners decide how their own businesses are run. If the public is against something such as a smoking area, then they will not frequent that business, and give their support to another business. This is how it works best – We the People do not need to be micro-managed.

16.    Hospitals are for profit institutions, with caps on the fees to be collected for services.
          Except for salaried doctors working in free health clinics, all physicians are for profit institutions, with caps to be collected for services.

17.     Caps on doctor, hospital, and insurance fees are set by citizen volunteers – with successful resumes in the medical field, but not doctors, or hospital administrators. Such affiliation will be an asset for any medical field workers’ resumes.

Adding laws should often go to the population of citizens to vote yea or nay on issues that are volatile. Our Congressmen should debate these issues on the television for all to watch. There ya’ go. The law should be as easy and simple as this example I created for the sake of the reader being able to envision what our new law might look like. Obviously, there would be more – for example: One party damages the other; One party damages the other’s property; and Murder One, Two, Three. But it should not be much more than a reasonable citizen could understand and have a working knowledge of. Remember that there can be no utopia as long as men have a sin nature. Obviously, our 70+% Christian population has these laws plus a few more outlined in Exodus 21, and throughout the New Testament.

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Today’s quote is from Lisa Bender, Minnesota City Council President.

“Over last two weeks we’ve seen thousands of people in Minnesota take to the streets and raise their voices for change, telling us that incremental reform has not worked to keep our communities safe. We are also seeing major institutions like the University of Minnesota, our parks and schools, major business, and art institutions ending their relationship with our police department. So, it is clear that we need to make major shifts both in the short term and [abruptly ended that thought]. Our community is ready to reimagine public safety from the ground up to then holistically – to make sure every single member of our community is safe.” 

WOW This statement is filled with so many Rhetorical Devices, where do I begin?  . . .

“Over last two weeks we’ve seen thousands of people in Minnesota take to the streets and raise their voices for change, telling us that incremental reform has not worked to keep our communities safe.”

This statement suffers from “Proof Surrogate Fallacy” Rhetoric; an expression in place of actual authority. The actual authority lies with the entire community of citizens, not just the ones protesting. Protesters cannot speak for those citizens not present – the actual majority. Should any City Council make major changes without the support of the citizen majority, they will find themselves soon out of a job – and rightly so.

Let us look at what does “incremental reform” mean? I borrowed this example from another industry and changed it to reflect Policing Systems Reform:

Incremental Reforms of the Local Policing System should be offered only within the context of steps toward larger reform goals, so that the local citizen can evaluate the final destination as well as the individual steps.

Preferably, these specific reforms should be discussed as part of a sorely needed local televised debate (beginning early afternoon) about the basic features of the Local Policing Systems (the current system, and any future models proposed to replace current system), which the local city should deliver in stages. Indeed, public understanding of the merits of rival proposals is hardly possible without such an open debate on the fundamentals. Whatever structural reforms we achieve should not be the haphazard result of disconnected incremental actions, nor should they be the undisclosed objectives of step-by-step reforms.

Most incremental reforms under discussion would move the Local Policing System in one of three broad discussion topics:

The first topic of reform would expand on the current system, with varying degrees of changes and, with detailed presentation of alternate proposed future systems.

In the second comparative topic of reform, local government would determine the cost of the current proposed changes to existing system, as well as the cost of alternate proposed systems.

The third topic of reform would involve local policing service to businesses, schools, parks, malls, etc. – full disclosure of current and proposed services including cost analysis.

I like the Incremental Reform Plan which incorporates every citizen involvement as are interested in being involved. I would love to see someone like me organize it – just not me, someone much healthier.

“We are also seeing major institutions like the University of Minnesota, our parks and schools, major business, and art institutions ending their relationship with our police department.”

Common Practice Fallacy argument – just because some historically liberally run organizations are doing something, does not mean the majority are doing it.

“So it is clear that we need to make major shifts both in the short term and [abruptly ended that thought].”

Hyperbole Fallacy, better known as B S.

Clear to who? This small subset of all citizens should never make such a leap without somewhere to leap to AND with the consensus of all citizens. Public debate, then voting should happen.

“Our community is ready to reimagine public safety from the ground up to then holistically – to make sure every single member of our community is safe.”

We have a Line Drawing Fallacy at play; a dash of Subjectivism Fallacy, as well as Argument From Outrage Fallacy; working on a possible Straw Man Fallacy; a Wishful Thinking, and Group Think Fallacies;
not to mention that this whole thing is a huge SLIPPERY SLOPE FALLACY!

If you let a handful of people disband your law and order AND REPLACE IT WITH THEIR POLITICAL CRONIES ONLY – I cannot imagine anything they would deny themselves afterwards. Yes, this is a huge SLIPPERY SLOPE FALLACY!

This statement ends in a promise that she cannot possibly keep – Rationalizing Fallacy – appealing to that Group Think Fallacy.

Lisa Bender, Minnesota City Council President.

This is an out of control City Council President – YO! Citizens! You may want to put her on some kind of probation and shorten her authority leash from “Dictator” down to “Public Servant”.

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