The United States Constitution
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For over 25 years I have been doing research on the laws and the Constitution of the United
States. I have watched as people in the “patriot movement” protesting everything from traffic tickets to income taxes have spewed forth their “theories and remedies” and ended up in jail…Or worse,
Carl‟s research and knowledge sets him apart from the rest. He has learned intimately the
inner workings of the U.S. Constitution and the laws of the country, and has formulated arguments for use in court for almost anything they will try to hammer you for. And has perfected them to the extent that he has an almost 100% win rate in court!
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Table of Contents
Special Argument developed
Construed in your favor
Applying the Constitution
Right To Travel
Right To Work
Quo Warranto – Dr. Kevorkian
Drug Testing at Work
Pulling City Franchise
Is Judge Licensed?
Radar Speeding Defense
Now: Arguments on taxes.
Court Cases and Legal Quotes
Citizen’s Rule Book
Carl Miller is an expert on the constitution and the bill of rights. He has studied law for 25 years and has a courtroom win-loss rate of over 90%. He is not an attorney; Carl prefers to represent himself in pria persona, and he delights in tying legal prosecutors in knots, often winning the praise and respect of the judges at the same time. Carl is a highly decorated hero of the Viet Nam War, serving in the elite Apache Troop both as a paratrooper and a crew chief.
The famous movie “Apocalypse Now” and the best-selling book Apache Sunrise are based on the true-life experiences of this group of brave, patriotic Americans.
Carl Miller was inducted into the top secret project “Blue Book”, and he considers it an honor to have served in several operations supporting Lt. Col. James “Bo” Gritez, including operation “Eagle Snatch”. Carl is the veteran of hundreds of dangerous parachute jumps, breaking
his legs or ankles six times, shot down 4 times and personally shot twice. Carl has miraculously
escaped death numerous times. Carl credits divine intervention and God‟s providence for preserving
his life to this day so that he may complete the most important mission of his life; that of teaching others the importance of the constitution of the united states and how to use it, and by using it thus preserving it.
Carl has taught hundreds of people, including housewives and truck drivers the fine art of
arguing the constitution and winning in court. Carl says it‟s easy once you know how, and a whole
lot of fun, too.
So Here’s Carl:
“Good evening folks, I want to thank you for inviting me into your home tonight, to talk to you about an extremely important issue to you. I‟m basically here to talk about the United States Constitution and our government, and some of the principles there of. You need to understand most thoroughly so that you can have an effective opportunity to exercise your constitutional rights.
The whole purpose of this is that you understand that these rights come from God. They are God inspired. God is the one who endowed you with these rights, and the constitution merely offers a legitimate program to protect those rights or to secure those rights and the blessings of those rights
for ourselves and on our children for all times. It‟s important that you understand that the constitution God inspired, it‟s important that you understand that a lot of the principles that are in the constitution actually come out of the Holy Bible, and it‟s very important that you understand that this
constitution allows you each to be a king or queen in your own right, as long as you recognize one
principle that you don‟t ever create a situation where you take away the rights of another.. So the
whole point of having the constitution is so that all of us can have these rights equally. As long as we respect our neighbor and allow them also to have the rights equally, the protections are going to last forever and the reality is that we are going to get thoroughly into your constitution, and we want you to find a constitution wherever you can, and we are basically going to take you step-by-step through some of the most important parts of this constitution so that you can better exercise your rights in a timely fashion.
Now the facts are simple: if you don‟t know your rights, you don‟t have any rights. We have
come a long way with this program to help you. The most important thing I can teach you about this constitution is the importance of reading it you must read the constitution and understand what physically is involved. You must know your rights and timely assert them; that is your burden. If you do not, then a legal term called “latches” incurs in full force. “Latches” is a species of action wherein a party of reasonable intelligence and integrity, having a right to take an action as prescribed by law, and having failed to timely do so loses all right to proceed.
Basically there‟s an argument: “If I violate your rights you may or may not know about it. If you do know about it, you may or may not be able to do something about it. And if you do have the ability to do something about it, you may or may not have the financial wherewithal to go to a finished program. If you do have the financial wherewithal you may not have the intestinal fortitude to go to the finished program. So most of the time your governments and your abusive personalities in government or you corporations pretty much have Carte Blanche to injure you…Because in 99% of the cases most people will not proceed. But every now and then you run into that one hard nut,
and he or she doesn‟t quit until the cows come home. What happens is that person will prevail, and
those are the people who are actually generating better protections and better constitutional rights for you. Those are the ones who are going to the supreme courts and courts of appeals that are pushing, that are spending their life funds to allow you to have the benefit. But if you aren‟t there to catch the benefit then the benefit is lost.
It‟s important that you understand that the constitution is in writing, It‟s important that you understand that it‟s a legal document, that it was ratified by all of the members in congress together, and that document has all the signatures on the document, and it‟s important that you understand
that there was an offer: the government offered to govern.
There was a consideration; the citizens considered how they were to be governed, and government promised that they would govern by constitution. And there was an agreement. The
citizens agreed that if government promised that there would be government by constitution they would allow the constitution into force.
Now there‟s a unique situation in force here: It‟s very rare when you find the party of the
first part, which is the congressmen, officers of the government, who are also parties of the second part as representatives of we the people of the republic.
When they signed the document, they signed as officers of the government agreeing to the constitution, and simultaneously as officers and representatives of the people in the Republican form of government. When they signed that document that constituted an iron-clad contract in writing enforceable in a court of law, pursuant to the statute of frauds.
Now, all we ask is that they enforce the contract. If we read something in the constitution, and we have a good reason to believe it is the way it is, then they should honor that. And they should honor it in favor of you, the clearly intended and expressly designated beneficiary.
The first thing you need to understand is Article 6 paragraph 2 of the constitution. This is known as the supremacy clause of the constitution. Basically what it says is “This constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made pursuance thereof, and the treaties made or which shall be made under the authority of the United States shall be the supreme law of the land. The judges in every state shall be bound thereby. Anything in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary are not withstanding in law.
First important case: Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137 (1803).
This is one of the leading cases in the history of the U.S. The opinion of the court was “Anything that is in conflict is null and void of law; Clearly for a secondary law to come in conflict with the supreme was illogical; for certainly the supreme law would prevail over any other law, and certainly our forefathers had intended that the supreme law would be the basis for all laws, and for any law to come in conflict would be null and void of law. It would bear no power to enforce, it would bear no obligation to obey, it would purport to settle as though it had never existed, for unconstitutionality would date from the enactment of such a law, not from the date so branded by a court of law. No courts are bound to uphold it, and no citizens are bound to obey it. It operates as a mere nullity or a fiction of law, which means it
doesn‟t exist in law.”
Now let me give you an example in today‟s timing as to how effective this is: This argument
is so effective that it literally nullifies the Brady Bill, it nullifies the crime bill that takes away the right of the people to keep and bear arms on these 19 weapons that turn into 159 weapons, it stops the 666 bill that just went through that they‟re trying to take away the 4th Amendment, Because they have no
power to pass a law that‟s in conflict with the United States Constitution, and it‟s automatically null
and void of law from its inception; not from the day you go to court and brand it as unconstitutional.
A lot of people think they have got to go to court and brand it unconstitutional. But if you know your arguments and you can show your arguments, most of the time you will win. Every now and then you will run into a hard-nose, but I will show you how to deal with him, too.
The next thing I‟m going to teach you is about the second amendment. The second
amendment is the one everybody talks about today and the one that probably gets railroaded the most. The next is the fourth amendment and the fifth amendment.
The second amendment is one of the most vital amendments here because our forefathers had such an important understanding of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness…That was the first amendment…That they turned around and realized that without the right to protect that first right, they didn‟t have that right. So the second amendment they instituted the right of the people to keep and carry arms, and that right shall not be infringed. Now they started out by saying “A well regulated
militia being necessary for the maintenance of a free state. Now that is a true statement. But the most
important part about that second amendment is where it says “The right of the people” and the
Supreme Court has ruled in hundreds of cases that whenever it says “the right of the people” it means
the right each, of every single citizen to possess the right equally. Now a lot of guys like to hand out
this minloa “Well, that‟s a collective right, you have got to be a member of the militia”, that‟s all B.S. You don‟t have to be a member of the militia…All you have to do is be an American. You have the
right. The right to keep and carry arms, and that right shall not be infringed.
Now note after “infringed” there is no sub paragraph a, b, c, d, e, which would stipulate what would be an acceptable infringement. So all infringement is forbidden. I ask them “what is it that you don‟t understand about the work infringement?” Because that‟s what it says when you look it up in Black‟s Law dictionary.
When you want to talk to these people in court you want to have Black‟s Law Dictionary. You would be absolutely amazed what‟s in Black‟s Law Dictionary. These are the exact words that you need to be able to definitively define the work game problem we are having with these people today. They keep changing the words. But guess what? The words in this book are the words that were written when we were in the constitution when it was signed. And the definitions that are in this book
are enforceable in a court of law. You can bring this book into court and pull it open and say “this is the one, judge”. And the have to listen. And that‟s the way it is.
So, for sure if you are going to be in this, go down to a book store or Amazon.Com and get a
copy of Black‟s Law Dictionary. You need that to be in this because it‟s like defining the map of how to get from A to B. You have to have this book so you can pull it out and say “Hey, don‟t trample my rights.”
Another good book on the constitution you can pick up is “The American Constitution” put
out by West Publishing co. This goes into a whole lot of widened arguments as to your constitution.
Now after I‟m finished talking to you you‟re going to have a new concept of the constitution and how it works. You‟re going to understand that it‟s what you say it is. If you have got an honest right…I‟ll give you an example…
Now the first amendment basically talks about the right of life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness. But isn‟t the right to work part of the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? You‟ve got a right to work, right? To contract your labor, your skill and your time and life as you see fit, right? That‟s a first amendment right. Another first amendment right would be the right to travel freely and unencumbered. No state can require you to have a license to travel freely and unencumbered and we will go into that and show you how that is taken care of.
The bottom line is you need to learn as much as you absolutely possibly can in the shortest
possible time about your constitution, because I‟m telling you right now as we speak they‟re trying to
curtail that constitution and take away rights that you have that have been given to you by your
forefathers. There‟s only two things that are going to stop that. The first thing is that if we all get together, get ahold of the constitution and start shaking it. “Whoa, horsie, we‟re not letting you take away that constitution. This is America, we‟ve got an American Flag on the pole out front. Last time I checked this is America and we have got a constitution here and you ain‟t touching that constitution.
The second way we can do it is if necessary and proper our armed militia can come together and decide to tell these people that are giving aid and comfort to the enemies of our country by breaking our laws that you have broken the law of Title 18 U.S. Code section 2381, which says “When in the presence of two witnesses to the same overt act or in an open court of law if you fail to timely move to protect and defend the constitution of the United States and honor your oath of office you are subject to the charge of capital felony treason, and upon conviction you will be taken by the posse to the nearest busy intersection and at high noon hung by the
neck until dead…The body to remain in state till dusk as an example to anyone who takes his
oath of office lightly. You see, without that oath of office this constitution is worthless. That‟s why we have you take that oath of office, so we know that you will honor that oath of office,
and that you will keep our constitution. The bottom line here is that you have to know to be able to exercise your constitution.
The most important part of your constitution are in the first ten amendments. Obviously the right of the people to keep and carry arms shall not be infringed. And that right shall not be infringed. You must claim your right if you want to have it. You have to be willing to do that. And if they are going to take your right, then you have to be willing to challenge them whatever the cost. The bottom line is that any law that comes in conflict with that, what do we talk about in Article 6 paragraph 2? If any law should come in conflict with the supreme law it‟s null and void of law, it bears no power to enforce, no obligation to obey, and it purports to settle as if it never existed. The unconstitutionality dates from the enactment of such law. If any portion of a bill is unconstitutional the entire bill is
unconstitutional. Why? Repugnancy…It‟s repugnant to the constitution. Now, other cases involved
are your rights to due process…Like under your 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments. The right of people to be secure in their houses, person, papers, and affects against unreasonable search and seizure shall not be violated. No warrant shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the person or things to be seized. Obviously that
would imply that he‟d gone before a judge and said this is the guy, he did it, this was the crime, and this is the evidence we are looking for, judge. We‟d like to get a warrant and we swear that what we told you is the God‟s truth. Then they can come over and search until hell freezes over.
Now it‟s important to jump to the 9th amendment. Enumeration in this constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. This means congress has no authority to add on to the constitution in such a way that would take away rights previously guaranteed.
10th amendment…the powers not delegated to the United States by the constitution nor prohibited by it are reserved to the states respectively or to the people. The constitution is a contract designed to limit government. When you get into your police powers you start understanding your police powers
You will hear this all the time: “Well, we have police powers. Broad and sweeping police powers”. Black‟s Law Dictionary says “Police powers: The law of eminent domain in a state or
political domain to enact laws for the common good and welfare, and to curb crime, and in great big
black letters it says “Within constitutional limitations…See 10th amendment”.
Do they have powers to take away rights guaranteed by the constitution? Obviously they don‟t. The 9th amendment put a clear limit on that.
5th amendment. No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.
Due process: You have a right to due process of the law. If they don‟t give you due process,
Title 5 U. S. Code section 556 (d) is clear and specific and says if they deny you due process of the law all jurisdiction ceases automatically. If they deny you due process at any time, and you can prove
it, you can force a showdown…You can say “Well, they might have had jurisdiction at one time,
judge, but they lost it when they denied me due process.
6th amendment: In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the state and district where the crime shall have been committed, and to be informed of the nature and the cause of the action and accusation. To be confronted with the witnesses against him. To have compulsory process to obtain witnesses in your favor, and to have
assistance of counsel in your defense…Or you can stand as your own counsel. You are the one who
best knows your case. You are the best person to present the facts on your case because you are the person who knows your case the best.
7th amendment: In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.
The bottom line to this constitution is that it‟s all in writing, it clearly represents a contract. I‟m asking you to learn your contract, so that you can understand the rights you have under that
It is also important that you understand that this constitution is supposed to be
enforced…From Am Jur vol. 16, constitutional law section, sec. 97…”That a constitution should
receive a liberal interpretation in favor of the citizen is especially true with respect to those provisions which were designed to safeguard the liberty and security of the citizen in regard to both person and property. (see note 31, Bryer’s v United States 273 U.S. 28. In other words it‟s supposed to be liberally enforced in favor of the citizen for the protections of their rights and property. Any