Our Congress Doesn't Work
Because Our Courts and Judges Are

We Need A Congressman Who Will:

Clean Up Our Corrupt Courts,
Impeach Our Corrupt Judges, and
Protect Our Rights

The A B C's of Why Congress Doesn't Work by Michael H. Brown


Has anyone noticed that it took the U. S. Supreme Court from 1868, when the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, until Roe v Wade in 1973, to discover that the Fourteenth Amendment gave women the right to have an abortion?

Does it bother anyone that federal judges are actually amending the Constitution to suit themselves and rewriting laws enacted by Congress to fit their personal whims? That they are elected by no-one; that they are political appointees never appointed for either scholarship or integrity.


Can someone explain to me why we can't afford sufficient Medicare and Medicaid for our citizens, but Congress seems to have plenty of money to send to Mexico in an attempt to clean up the N.A.F.T.A. mess, to send overseas as foreign aid, to send our soldiers to Bosnia, etc.?


Thomas Jefferson warned us that the federal judiciary would become "the most despotic branch" of the federal government and that federal judges were the "sappers and miners" of the Republic.

The Second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms, is a perfect example of the federal judiciary undermining our Constitutional rights. The word "militia" in that Amendment, as defined by federal judges, means the National Guard or Military Reserves.

The Act of Congress, on the books since 1792, defines militia as "every able-bodied male between the ages of 17 and 45". Title 10 United States Code, Section 311(a).


The "separation of church and state" is not and has never been part of our Constitution. The First Amendment states only, "Congress shall make no law..."

The Supreme Court rewrote the First Amendment in order to remove the Bible and prayer from our public schools. Fortunately, for us, these characters weren't in charge of anything when our ancestors appealed to the "Supreme Judge of the world" in our Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776.

Take a quarter out of your pocket. Whose image and inscription is stamped thereon? Isn't it George Washington's image with the inscription "In God We Trust"?

Can anyone show me anywhere in the U. S. Constitution where the federal government is given any authority to regulate state schools?

Or where the U. S. Supreme Court is given the authority to kick the Supreme Judge of the world out of those schools?


Has anyone noticed that the more laws that are passed, the more dangerous our society becomes? Has anyone noticed that building prisons to solve the crime problem seems to be the equivalent of building more hospitals to solve the AIDS problem? The horsewhip and the executioner are a lot cheaper and more effective. Notice that the kid who got caned in Singapore for spraying graffiti on other people's property hasn't been back?

The sad fact is that the criminal justice system seems to benefit those who administer it -- judges, lawyers, prison personnel, etc.--far more than the general public. Those who administer the legal system get the benefit; we pay for it.


"Due process of law", in both the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendment, U. S. Constitution, simply means fundamental fairness, notice and opportunity to be heard, and "how things were done" in England prior to the migration of our ancestors.

Been to court lately? Is due process of law what you think you get?


If the answer to the previous question was "no", there is a simple reason. Thanks to generations of those in Congress failing to discipline the federal judiciary, these corrupt judges have created a "caste system" legal system.

That is, if your name is Neil Bush or William Kennedy Smith, you'll get all the protections the law affords. For the "rest of us" the legal system, more often than not, operates as an instrument of oppression.


Did it occur to anyone in Congress to bring a Bill of Impeachment against the members of the U. S. Supreme Court responsible for permitting this nonsense? Nineteenth century federal judges upheld statutes prohibiting flag burning, all the way up to the Supreme Court. Why the change 100 years later?


If you don't believe federal judges are the people actually making our laws and trampling our rights, read the newspapers. Attend a federal court proceeding.

If you read Supreme Court and other "published opinions" [e.g., Roe v Wade], you'll have proof that Congress makes suggestions, not laws. Until federal judges are disciplined, that will not change. As James Madison pointed out in The Federalist No. 47, combining the legislative and judicial functions in the same branch of government turns a judge into an oppressor.

Federal judges remake our laws in their "published opinions", called "case law." Until the people make the connection between oppressive judges and the politicians too lazy and ignorant to discipline them, our legal system will continue to deteriorate.

Only a member of the House can bring a Bill of Impeachment against a corrupt federal judge.

House Representative Gerald Ford brought a Bill of Impeachment against Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas in 1969. One (then) obscure member of the House of Representatives from Michigan "took down" a Supreme Court Justice.

Michael H. Brown, author of:

Erwin Rommel School of Law: How to Defeat an Illegal Legal System

Scripture for politicians to remember as servants of the people: John 13:16

    Verily, verily I say unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord:
    neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him.


    Ye shall not respect persons in judgment; but ye shall hear the small as well as the great; ye shall not be afraid of the face of man; for the judgment is God's: and the cause that is too hard for you, bring it unto me, and I will hear it.


    Each justice or judge of the United States shall take the following oath or affirmation before performing the duties of his office: "I, _______ _______, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will administer justice without respect to persons, and do equal right to the poor and to the rich, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent upon me as ________ under the Constitution and laws of the United States. So help me God."

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This page was updated on December 20, 2006