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This site aims to provide everything one needs to accurately decide:

  1. What applicable constitutions require those in government to do or not do.
  2. What is or is not constitutional at both state and federal levels.
  3. Precisely under what circumstances constitutional rights can be voluntarily surrendered by the human beings protected by it.
  4. The limitations, if any, that geography places on the protections of the constitution, statutory codes, the common law, and natural law.
  5. When and how the protections of the common law or natural law are surrendered or need not be recognized or enforced by a specific court.
  6. The relationship of absolutely owned private property to constitutional rights.
  7. When and how absolutely owned private property protected by the Bill of Rights can lawfully be converted to public property in which the government shares a qualified property interest (moiety), a usufruct, or any degree of lawful CIVIL control.

The last two items above are further discussed in:

Separation Between Public and Private Course, Form #12.025

It is therefore for constitutional decision support so that human beings will know how to invoke its protections in a judicial and legal setting in all their interactions with their regional governments. You can't love freedom without loving to learn and know and enforce the constitution.

The Constitution Society is a private non-profit organization dedicated to research and public education on the principles of constitutional republican government. It publishes documentation, engages in litigation, and organizes local citizens groups to work for reform.

People of all races, genders, political beliefs, sexual orientations, and nearly all religions are welcome here. All are treated equally under REAL “law”. Anyone seeking government civil services, benefits, property, special or civil status, exemptions, privileges, or special treatment must individually and lawfully consent to a franchise and give up their inalienable constitutional rights AND EQUALITY in the process. The rights and equality given up are the “cost” of procuring the “benefit” or property from the government, in fact. Nothing in life is truly “free”. Anyone who claims otherwise is a thief who wants to use the government as a means to STEAL on his or her behalf. All just rights spring from responsibilities/obligations under the laws of a higher power. If that higher power is God, you can be truly and objectively free. If it is government, you are guaranteed to be a slave because they can lawfully set the cost of their property as high as they want as a Merchant under the U.C.C. If you want it really bad from people with a monopoly, then you will get it REALLY bad. Bend over. There are NO constitutional limits on the price they can charge for their services or property. Those who want no responsibilities can have no real/PRIVATE rights. Obligations and rights are two sides of the same coin.

This organization was founded in response to the growing concern that noncompliance with the Constitution for the United States of America and most state constitutions is creating a crisis of legitimacy that threatens freedom and civil rights. Although the focus here is on government in the United States, coverage also includes the rest of the world, and private as well as public organizations. We maintain that the principles of constitutional republicanism are universal, and applicable to all nations, although not well understood or upheld by most. We also examine the related principles of federalism and nomocracy, the rule of law, of nomology, the science of law, and show how those principles are applicable to solving the fundamental problem of avoiding excessive or unbalanced concentrations of power.

We have a
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collection that should be of interest to anyone seeking guidance on constitutional interpretation.

To learn the Basics, we feature the following resources on our site, also available from the Education menu to the left:

Basic Principles Founding Documents
Rights, Powers and Duties Unity and Federalism
Constitutional Defense Jurisdiction and Due Process
Selection & Removal Public Education
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4. Constitutional Examinations-Want to test your knowledge?(but they are at a very early stage of development, so don't expect too much for a while).

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6. What you can do to help-(Includes instructions for donors. If you don't follow the directions, we may not get it.)

If you want to help us with scanning books to add to this library, we recommend the following tools:

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Please be advised that we cannot post books to this site that are newer than 75 years old, because they fall within the copyright protection window. For details on books that are outside the copyright window, see:

  1. U.S. Copyright History 1923-1964
  2. Stanford Copyright Renewals Database

Don't be a Free Rider! If you benefited from your visit, donate your fair share to keeping this site going. Just because it's free to you doesn't mean it doesn't cost someone to make it available to you. No amount is too small. Can you spare a dollar? Then send it! There's plenty of money for violating the Constitution, precious little for defending it.

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This page, and all subpages not in the public domain or copyrighted by others, are Copyright © 1994-2018 Constitution Society. Permission is hereby granted to copy with attribution for noncommercial purposes. Visitors are encouraged to download all files so that they can recreate this site or any part of it should it go down for any reason. Click here for a place to download the entire site

The content on this new site is the same as the original Constitution.org site but the opening page and navigation changed slightly. The navigation system is similar to the following pages and should be familiar to those using the Family Guardian site.

  1. Forms/Pubs page-Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry. Click here for a training video on how to use the page, which is similar to this page.
  2. Sovereignty Forms and Instructions Online, Form #10.004-Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry. Click here for a training video on how to use the page, which is similar to this page.
  3. Published Authors-Family Guardian Fellowship,

The new navigation system is meant to make it easy to browse a digital copy of the site from a CD, DVD, or thumb drive without running a program. This will ensure that the entire site can be uploaded periodically to Archive.org as a single ZIP file to preserve it after the webmaster dies to protect the MASSIVE effort Jon already invested in this site. He spent 23 years (and counting) developing this site. The webmaster has been his student and a user of the original site since about 1999. Our hats off to him for his discipline and persistence. We thanked him for his massive efforts and now we want to help pass the torch by making sure lots of people have a copy of the site.

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11. Disclaimer

The information on this site is not "legal advice" that is guaranteed to produce any specific outcome in a court. If you seek an outcome rather than to take a principled position or reform the system, you should consult a local lawyer familiar with the facts and "law" in your case, preferably one that is well-connected. Keep in mind that legal practices everywhere are corrupt and incompetent in various ways and to varying degrees, and always have been, but it makes a difference in what ways and to what degree, and it requires a continual struggle by good people to reduce corruption and incompetence to the extent that can be done. The legal system is imperfect, but violence is likely to be worse, so it is usually better to give the legal system a chance to work before resorting to other alternatives. We urge you to regularly devote some part of your time and resources to trying to get the legal system to produce just outcomes, not only for yourself but for everyone else, but also to be prepared to resort to extrajudicial methods, such as educating and organizing the public, lobbying, and working to elect reformers, if judicial methods become hopeless, and never support any candidate for public office who does not demonstrate a commitment to reform.

If we define "constitutionalism" as a commitment to strict enforcement of a written constitution of government as it was originally understood by its framers and ratifiers, then its opposite is the doctrine and practice of "legal realism", which holds that the "law" is whatever judges do or can be expected to do, whose main tenet is the doctrine of stare decisis as presently practiced, and which is fundamentally in conflict with adherence to a written constitution.

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On 6/17/2018, the original creator of this site gave us his blessing to maintain this site as follows:

I have no objection to mirror sites, including yours. Some precautions are needed, but you seem to be taking them. This is just casual discussion. It is a good thing for there to be mirror sites provided they don't have a high page rank. We have others, and have had more in the past. It is important to preserve the content of this site.

Jon Roland

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