LETTER TO THE EDITOR

We THE People of Michigan have given notice to the Governor and Michigan Bar of the Peoples grand juries commencing investigations into the corruption and abuses of courts and public offices.

THE People established grand juries in several counties in 2011 – 2012 with published notices. Grand juries are recognized in the Bill of Rights in the Seventh (7th) Amendment and by U.S. Supreme Court rulings, the most robust being U.S. v. Williams (1992). Justice Antoine Scalia, writing for the majority, said, “It belongs to no branch of the institutional government, serving as a kind of buffer or referee between the Government and the people…The 7th Amendment demands a functioning grand jury independent from the judicial branch with power to investigate criminal wrongdoing requiring no authorization from any court.”

People across America are working to return justice to our outofcontrol courts and public offices. Attorneys and Judges have worked overtime throughout the past 100 years to destroy and hide from the People lawfull due process and grand juries, the very method that can return liberty to the People.

Attorneys and Judges say the Common Law has become outdated, obsolete and that the 7th Amendment Grand Jury is for the exclusive use of federal courts. Anyone with experience in the state courts will tell you that the “Bill of Rights” has been over-thrown by Attorneys and Judges who believe they are above the law. Only when the People become aware of this attitude and mind set of the legal industry will the People, through Grand Juries, be able to secure our unalienable Rights and Liberty. Call 1-989-450-5522, 2: PM to 7: PM Monday thru Thursday.

Johnny Angel Grayling Mich.

STATEMENTS AND OPINIONS STATED IN THIS LETTER TO THE EDITOR ARE NOT THOSE OF THE PUBLISHER!

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Good lesson. !!!


Good lesson. !!!

An old prospector shuffled into the town of El Indio, Texas leading a tired old mule. The old man headed straight for the only saloon in town, to clear his parched throat.  
 
He walked up to the saloon and tied his old mule to the hitch rail.  
 
As he stood there, brushing some of the dust from his face and clothes, a young gunslinger stepped out of the saloon with a gun in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other.
 
The young gunslinger looked at the old man and laughed, saying, "Hey old man, can you dance?"
 
The old man looked up at the gunslinger and said, "No son, I don't dance... never really wanted to."
 
A crowd had gathered as the gunslinger grinned and said, "Well, you old fool, you're gonna dance now!" and started shooting at the old man's feet.
 
The old prospector, not wanting to get a toe blown off, started hopping around like a flea on a hot skillet.  
 
Everybody standing around was  laughing.  
 
When his last bullet had been fired, the young gunslinger, still laughing, holstered his gun and turned around to go back into the saloon.
 
The old man turned to his pack mule, pulled out a double-barreled 12 gauge shotgun and cocked both hammers.  
 
The loud clicks carried clearly through the desert air. The crowd stopped laughing immediately.  
 
The young gunslinger heard the sounds too, and he turned around very slowly.
 
The silence was deafening. The crowd watched as the young gunman stared at the old timer and the large gaping holes of those twin 1 2   gauge barrels.  
 
The barrels of the shotgun never wavered in the old man's hands, as he quietly said;
 
"Son, have you ever kissed a mule's ass?"
 
The gunslinger swallowed hard and said, "No sir... but...but I've always wanted to."  
 
There are a few lessons for all of us here:  
 
* Don't be arrogant.  
* Don't waste ammunition.  
* Whiskey makes you think you're smarter than you are.  
* Always make sure you know who is in control.
* And finally, don't screw around with old folks; they didn't get old by being stupid.

  






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