How to Use a Politicians Oath of Office to Hold Them Accountable to You
What did Benjamin Franklin mean by saying we have a Republic if we can keep it?
What is meant by “We the People” with a capital letter “P”?
Who exactly are “We the People”? Isn’t it all of us?
What is the difference between small-p people and capital-P People?
Why did the Founders of our country, who were prominent men and landowners, set up the Constitution the way they did?
What is hidden in the legal wording of the Constitution?
Why is Article VI, Clause 3 so important? What does this have to do with the Oath of Office, and how does it hold officeholders accountable?
What does the Virginia Declaration of Rights have to do with the U.S. Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Bill of Rights?
Is the right to bear arms in the Virginia Declaration of Rights?
Virginia politician George Mason wrote most of the Virginia Declaration. What did he mean by “all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights”?
Are these “inherent rights” comparable to our “inalienable rights”?
Why did George Mason refuse to sign the U.S. Constitution?
What’s the legal different between our “rights” and our “inalienable rights”?
Are we taught in school how to protect these “inalienable rights”?
Is everything your property, including free speech?
“The Divine Right of Kings needs a Bill of Rights,” according to Mr. Sewell.
Hands off our guns is one of those Rights.
How can we use the Oath of Office to protect us from getting vaccinated or from having a medical device injected into us?
Everybody with a government-related title has to take an Oath of Office and be Bonded, including a school principle and a school “sanitation engineer.”
This Oath of Office includes all government employees — governors, mayors, politicians, policemen, sheriffs, etc.
Why do government employees have to be Bonded?
Why is a violation of the Oath of Office considered perjury?
What is “equal protection under the law”? If the police can ask for your driver’s license and registration, you can ask for theirs.
Do gold-fringed flags make any difference?
You don’t have to go to court to report a crime. Such incidents are out of the court’s jurisdiction.
What is the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, and what does it have to do with our Civil Rights?
How can small business owners use the Oath of Office to regain their rights to open?
The reason politicians don’t listen to us is that we don’t have a contract with them. How to we contract with them?
How are politicians violating the Constitution and the Oath of Office, and not just our rights?
Mr. Sewell explains why the plaintiff lost in the landmark 1938 Supreme Court case of Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins, and what that has to do with contract law.
Why do you have to put a No Trespassing sign on your property?
Patrick wants to know how the county has the right to charge property tax.
“We live in interesting times,” says Patrick. As Andy Gauss used to say, “Making predictions is difficult, especially when it involves the future.”
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Charlie Sewell on The Oath of Office and how to use it to hold politicians accountable, January 30, 2021