Sent: Friday, September 07, 2001 4:14 PM
Subject: Lawyers running for Office
The following has been printed from the Idaho Observer Newspaper; May 11, 2001 
POB 457 Spirit Lake, Idaho83869; (208) 255-2307 FAX (208) 255-2607;

Subscription rates:

$25.00 for 12 monthly issues*

$45.00 for 24 monthly issues*

Please add 50% to non-U.S. subscriptions to cover cost of mailing.
Visit the Idaho Observer website at

Front Page



If it were illegal, would you still vote a lawyer into public office?

The separation of powers doctrine is the cornerstone of our form of government in America. It was so important to lawyers that they be allowed to infiltrate all three branches that the original 13th Amendment was ratified December 10, 1812. The original 13th Amendment prevented persons who claim a title of nobility (such as esquire), from holding public office and such persons cease to be a citizen of the United States.

The original 13th Amendment was apparently replaced in 1865-not by an act of Congress, but by simply overwriting it with a different one regarding slavery.

Constitutions from the several states reflected the separation of powers doctrine but have since, like the federal constitution, been systematically marginalized. Since being allowed to influence policy in all three branches of government, lawyers have set up an adversarial society of chaos and misery wherein they can apply their craft and make tremendous profit as the expense of peace and prosperity.

A group in Florida is exposing the illegality of electing lawyers into non-judicial public office. Constitutional Guardians have accumulated evidence to suggest that behind every social ill, every bad law and every oppressive regulatory scheme is a coven of lawyers who are getting rich. Their research is reaching the state legislature, which has begun the process of disempowering the Florida State Bar Association.

Taken from Idaho Observer, May 11, 2001 11 





POB 214 Huntington Sta. N.Y. 11746

By May, 2001, if you are not fully aware that your country, and therefore your own life and the lives of your friends, families, and children, are in serious trouble, then you never will. If you are fully aware that your country and countrymen are in serious trouble, then you may be ready for effective activism. One of the biggest threats to our way of life is the dissolution of the separation of powers among our three branches of government. The following five pages of material are designed to provide you with the tools, which will help remove lawyers, members of the judiciary, from the executive and legislative branches of government. With thanks to Robert Bertand and Mike Calhoun of Miami Lakes, Florida, who have, at tremendous personal sacrifice, designed the template of activism that can lead to the removal of lawyers from public office.

Why the original 13th Amendment is missing

According to the work of David Dodge and Tom Dunn, Constitutions for the United States of America that were published after 1811 and prior to 1864 contain a 13th Amendment that reads: "If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive or retain any title of nobility to honor, or shall, without the consent of Congress accept and retain any present pension, office or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them."

The 13th Amendment that has been in place since December 18th, 1865, is the amendment that abolished slavery-".except as punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted."

Dodge and Dunn were later joined by Brian March and, after nearly a decade of research, were able to prove conclusively that Congress did, indeed, ratify the "Titles of Nobility Amendment." It was ratified December 10,1812. Nevada, admitted to the Union October 31, 1864 as the 36th state while Lincoln was president, was the first state admitted under the new 13th Amendment.

Nearly every attorney is a member of a Bar association. The Bar has its roots in the British Inner Temples (see page 13). Members of the bar who are justice of the peace and other inferior judicial officers such as lawyers are properly addressed as "esquires." Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Edition, defines esquire: "In English law a title of dignity next above gentlemen and below knight. Also a title of office given to sheriffs, sergeants, and barristers at law, justices of the peace, and others."

The Idaho Observer May 11, 2001 issue page 11 cont.

The original 13th Amendment was ratified to prevent persons with allegiances to foreign nations from holding public office. The 13th Amendment, the concept of which is found in the Federalist Papers (Federalist 47, January 30, 1788) was also ratified to support constitutional provisions that intended to separate the powers of government.James Madison, the author of the Constitution, wanted to design a form of government that had sufficient power to govern, but insufficient power to oppress. He felt that to accomplish this the Constitution must be specifically written to prevent any "single hands" group from accumulating all powers of government. " No political truth is certainly of greater intrinsic value or is stamped with the authority of more enlightened patrons of liberty than that. the accumulation of all powers legislative, executive and judiciary in the same hands, whether on one, a few or many, and whether hereditary, self appointed or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definitions of tyranny," wrote Madison. 

It appears from the record that the leaders of this nation in its infancy were divided into two camps. One camp supported the Republican form of the government that intended to preserve the national sovereignty and the sovereignty of citizens. The other camp intended to betray the sovereignty of the nation and the individual, go-given sovereignty of her people to the authority of the international bankers.

The disappearance of the original 13th Amendment has allowed officers of the judiciary, lawyers, to hold public office-a direct affront to the intentions of the Framers.

By electing lawyers into the legislature and executive offices in America, we have effectively dissolved the separation of powers.The Framers warned us of the dangers of lawyers being allowed to hold offices in legislative and executive branches of government. The Framers built provisions into our Republican form of government designed to prevent lawyers from holding offices in any branch except the judicial branch. Lawyers now compromise nearly half of the legislative and executive offices in America. The result has been the creation of a special society of Americans, lawyers and judges, who now make the laws, interpret the laws and enforce the laws.