America's Founding Documents
Is the "philosophy of the United States" a contravention to the unincorporated "united states of America"?
Date: 12/5/2017 5:27:07 PM ( 6 d ) ... viewed 98 times
December 5, 2017 -
Just "stumbled" upon this page and naturally it immediately caught my heightened attention when I saw that only two of the four Organic Laws are presented as "America's Founding Documents". I will inquire as to why the second and third Organic Laws were omitted from this page.
I also see: "These three documents, known collectively as the Charters of Freedom, ... are considered instrumental to its founding and philosophy of the United States." I can comment on this after I begin my inquiry (mentioned above).
The question that I submitted to the National Archives:
Your page: "America's Founding Documents" only presents two of the four Organic Laws yet the other two Organic Laws are published in the United States Code. What about including these as well at your page on "America's Founding Documents"?
Just posted the following comment at YouTube:
Came here via 3 pages of search results for "philosophy of the United States" (a phrase I saw at the National Archives re: Founding Documents). This subject matter requires a fully-informed orientation to the four Organic Laws otherwise the conventional "wisdom" (government schooled) can only fuel confusion. I certainly appreciate Randy's reply in this clip. However the idea of "The Original Purpose of the US Constitution" is not actually answered here. What Randy said pertained only to the first Organic Law. If we could preserve that as well as the second Organic Law then we wouldn't need a so called "Constitution" that subsequently was coopted by private interests foreign to and in opposition to the first two Organic Laws.
Just sent a message to Randy:
Thank you for your reply at "The Rubin Report" () that I just enjoyed moments ago.
I'm very interested in knowing your further thoughts regarding the "Constitution". -
Does the fact that George Washington was duly elected as "President of the United States of America" yet gave an oath of office for "President of the United States" indicate any kind of possible conflict or inconsistency in your thinking?
If not then what may you have to say about the statement made by Hermann Göring when “Stahmer cued Goring to explain where the idea had come from to combine the ceremonial head of state and the head of government in one person, Adolf Hitler. That was simple, Goring explained. They had taken their example from the similar dual roles of the president of the United States.” -
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