Church of Our Founding Fathers LLC’s Bill of Rights Club is the Enforcement Arm of Our Church
"ARight without a Remedy is no Right at all." (JohnMarshall, 4th Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court)
TheBill of Rights Club will be led by 13 resident Americans who are members of our congregation who are also property owners who pay property taxes. Being property owners who pay property taxes gives them and the Bill of Rights Club access to the 7th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and the Federal Courts (filing fees = $400). The Bill of Rights Club can use the U.S. Constitution and its 7th Amendment to help members protect themselves from exploitation and abuse by their local, county, State, and/or national governments -- and/or from their fellow citizens. The Bill of Rights Club can also support the Church of Our Founding Fathers LLC's Ombudsman Services.
A brief history. After winning their freedom in the American Revolution, each colony tried going it alone under the "Articles of Confederation" that the Colonies had used during the War. That was a disaster. No individual Colony was strong enough to protect itself or survive and thrive economically. So before they lost everything they won in the Revolution, they decided to band together and protect and support each other --
"Wemust all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately" was as true after the Revolutionary War as it was during the War.
TheU.S. Constitution provided the only government in the history of civilization that was built to provide its citizens with "Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness" -- and whose citizens' Rights are to be protected by "The Rule of Law".
Individual freedom was not even a consideration at the Constitutional Convention. The delegates were there to decide which freedoms they were willing to give up to build a central government that could provide maximum protection from foreign intervention into their affairs of State, while optimizing individual Liberty.
Theyproduced the greatest document ever written by the hand of Man -- the Constitution of the United States. ("...with the consent of the governed.")
"Itmay come as a surprise to residents of "Red" States — Common Law trumps Statute Law, so says the Rule of Law in a U.S. Court of Law. It is a 'Matter of Fact'." – John M. Comer, DD