Little Caesars sued for serving pork pepperoni despite request for Halal

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“There is a leaker in the White House. There is a traitor inside the People’s House. A traitor who must be taken out.”

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Important things you should know

  David Johnson

It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon. ” Boyd vs. United States, 116 US 616

The U.S. Supreme Court has stated that “no state legislator or executive or judicial officer can war against the Constitution without violating his undertaking to support it”. See also In Re Sawyer, 124 U.S. 200 (188); U.S. v. Will, 449 U.S. 200, 216, 101 S. Ct. 471, 66 L. Ed. 2d 392, 406 (1980); Cohens v. Virginia, Scheuer v. Rhodes, 416 U.S. 232, 94 S. Ct. 1683, 1687 (1974)

Note: By law, a judge is a state officer. The judge then acts not as a judge, but as a private individual (in his person). When a judge acts as a trespasser of the law, when a judge does not follow the law, the Judge loses subject-matter jurisdiction and the judges’ orders are not voidable, but VOID, and of no legal force or effect. The U.S. Supreme Court stated that “when a state officer acts under a state law in a manner violative of the Federal Constitution, he comes into conflict with the superior authority of that Constitution, and he is in that case stripped of his official or representative character and is subjected in his person to the consequences of his individual conduct. The State has no power to impart to him any immunity from responsibility to the supreme authority of the United States.

“The prosecutor is not a witness; and he should not be permitted to add to the record either by subtle or gross improprieties. Those who have experienced the full thrust of the power of government when leveled against them know that the only protection the citizen has is in the requirement for a fair trial.” Donnelly v. Dechristoforo, 1974.SCT.41709 ¶ 56; 416 U.S. 637 (1974) McNally v. U.S., 483 U.S. 350, 371-372, Quoting U.S. v Holzer, 816 F.2d. 304, 307

Fraud in its elementary common law sense of deceit… includes the deliberate concealment of material information in a setting of fiduciary obligation. A public official is a fiduciary toward the public,… and if he deliberately conceals material information from them he is guilty of fraud. “The law requires proof of jurisdiction to appear on the record of the administrative agency and all administrative proceedings.” Hagans v Lavine 415 U. S. 533

POLICE POWER The confusion of the police power with the power of taxation usually arises in cases where the police power has affixed a penalty to a certain act, or where it requires licenses to be obtained and a certain sum be paid for certain occupations. The power used in the instant case cannot, however, be the power of taxation since an attempt to levy a tax upon a Right would be open to Constitutional objection. (See “taxing power,” infra.) Each law relating to the use of police power must ask three questions: 1. “Is there threatened danger? 2. Does a regulation involve a Constitutional Right? 3. Is this regulation reasonable?” People vs. Smith, 108 Am.St.Rep. 715; Bovier’s Law Dictionary, 1914 ed., under “Police Power”

“The police power of the state must be exercised in subordination to the provisions of the US. Constitution. ” Connolly vs. Union Sewer Pipe Co., 184 US 540; Lafarier vs. Grand Trunk R.R. Co., 24 A. 848

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Memorial Day — A Fitting Order Released

172a3-judge2banna  Judge Anna von Reitz

Dear Friends,

Last night all Hell broke loose— but in a good sense. For many years people have sought to determine the source, meaning, and implications of the use of all capital letter naming conventions. Why should such a name as “JOHN HENRY DOE” exist? How is it different from “John Henry Doe”? Or “john henry doe” for that matter?

I have researched it and written memorandums on the results that show that the use of these different “stiles” were used in Ancient Roman Civil Law as a means of distinguishing between free men, bondservants, and slaves, with the “john henry doe” stile indicating a free man, and “John Henry Doe” indicating a bondservant, and “JOHN HENRY DOE” indicating a slave.

The implications of this ancient history taken together with the circumstance surrounding the end of the Civil War (with millions of freed slaves representing “abandoned property” at least to some criminally minded members of the Congress) and the adoption of the 14th Amendment to the Corporate “Constitution” in 1868 and “corporate citizenship” with it—– are obvious without a degree in rocket science.

And now, thanks to friends and fellow researchers in Australia we have the nails to this coffin and are enabled to issue the attached Judicial Notice of Fraud and Violation and Order to Cease and Desist.

It is perhaps most fitting that this comes on the eve of the Memorial Day Weekend, when we remember all the good men and women who have fought and died for freedom, and our obligations to them to make sure that freedom for all men and women is secured against the schemes and crimes of perpetrators both foreign and domestic.

God bless you all and may you be assured that your cause is just and your vision righteous as you continue the work of restoring America and putting an end to the crimes and the breaches of trust that have plagued the entire world.

Judge Anna von Reitz

See text of Judicial Notice and Order Below———

Judicial Notice of Fraud and Violation
Immediate Order to Cease and Desist

Issued to All United States District Courts and Federated State and County Courts Operating on American Soil and All Members of the American Bar Association and All Members of the International Bar Association and to the United States Congress
Copy: World Court, The Hague
Registration Number: RA 876 270 415 US
Order Number: Republic 49Alaska 5272016-000101
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Judicial Notice of Fraud and Violation:

GLOSSA, “American Sign language” Section 11:144 and 11:147: The Chicago Manual of Styles. [The use of all capital letters to express a name or other content.]

GLOSSA (American Sign Language) Definition from Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition:

[Example:] GLOSSA VIPERINA EST QUAE CORRODIT VISCERA TEXTUS.

11 Coke, 34. It is a poisonous gloss which corrupts the essence of the text.

Order

The use of the above described language convention invalidates by fraud every contract and every court proceeding that has been addressed via its employment in America and elsewhere for the past century and a half. All such proceedings employing this form of text at any point in their process and all resulting judgments are null and void, ab initio, for cause.

All courts of all kinds, public and private, judicial and administrative, military, civilian and national existing within the borders of the organic states of the Union or operating upon American soil in any capacity whatsoever are hereby given Public Notice and Ordered to Cease and Desist the use of these fraudulent conventions immediately and to void all decisions tainted by its use.

By my hand: ______________________________ Judge Anna Maria Riezinger, non-negotiable, all rights reserved, for, by, and on the record of the Alaska State Superior Court.

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Filmed Hollow Earth

This is a recording of the opening of the Hollow Earth, with clouds moving in and through the hole. The source of the video is unknown but was leaked by someone at NASA. This video is completely real, there is no manipulation or a volcano or anything like that, what your seeing is most likely shot from the space shuttle STS-80-USA- by NASA in 1996, and as you can see the recording is part of the fuselage of the shuttle that was recorded at the time of filming.

For an explanation of what you’re seeing watch here.

 

 

 

 

 

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Why is the left so sympathetic to Islam?

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Why are liberals and leftists always defending Islam?

They have nothing but scorn for Christians who oppose the LGBT agenda.  But Muslims oppose the LGBT agenda even more.  To the point, in many Islamic countries,  the killing of gays.

Feminists attack Christianity for its alleged mistreatment of women.  But Islam treats women far worse than anything seen in the West.

Similarly, Muslims, in general, support traditional sexual morality and oppose abortion.  And, unlike Christians, in Islamic countries, they would likely punish the leftists who are agreeing with them for their secularism and unbelief.

When a terrorist turns out to be a Muslim, those on the left make a point of saying that we shouldn’t blame all Muslims, which is true enough.  And yet when a Christian does something that offends them, they don’t make the same caution against over-generalization about Christianity.  Indeed, they often tar all Christians with the same brush.

ANOTHER THOUGHT:  The left is worried that Christians are going to establish a theocracy.  But establishing societies ruled by the Q’uran is a major goal of Islam, and Islamic States really are theocracies.

The left is always on the alert for  “Islamaphobia.”  While being oblivious to their own “Christophobia.”

Why is this?  Michael Brown, excerpted after the jump, raises these questions.  He doesn’t really have an answer for them.

I suspect the left’s tradition of anti-colonialism is part of the answer, but it can hardly account for the continuation of these sentiments in the new post-Marxist climate of gender politics.

I realize the question could be turned around:  Why don’t Christians ally themselves with Muslims, since they agree on all of this retrograde morality?

Secularists, assuming all religions are just about morality and are thus, all the same,  can’t understand religious differences.  Islam is a religion of pure Law, with no Gospel of grace, redemption, and forgiveness.  So, for Christians, whose faith is built on the Gospel, see a vast chasm between them.  (Though liberal Christians who have replaced the Gospel of salvation for a social gospel built on politics and moralism do have that liberal sympathy.)

Can anyone explain this phenomen?

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Bachelor’s Corner on Memorial Day Sunday….

On Sundays, for over three years after my separation, I walked about a quarter of a mile down the street to a Christian Church, in part because I liked the preacher, the son of an Army chaplain. And I liked the church itself. It was stranger-friendly. It was a rotunda, and the sanctuary was designed like an amphitheater, holding maybe 250. The back rows, the “sun pews” underneath stained glass windows, were called Bachelors Corner, although there were no corners in that church, and none of the men assembled there were bachelors…except me, sort of.
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There were usually eight or ten of them, widowers, and mostly vets from WWII, then still in their late 60s, early 70’s. As I got to know them I learned they usually came thirty minutes or so early and would swap stories under the sunglass, while Sunday school in the adjacent building was still in session. So that became my habit, as well. There was one fellow especially, Bill, who was probably the best storyteller I’d ever heard. A smallish man, he retired an Army major in the 1960s. And he was from “back home”, east Kentucky. His National Guard unit was called up en masse in 1942, and trained at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, and then fought as a unit in the Aleutians. After that they split up and Bill was commissioned, and went to Italy, then onto Germany. Bill said he was promoted to corporal his first day in camp as he was one of only a few who could read.
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All those fellow’s stories were of camp life or slogging through mud, sleeping in water-filled foxholes, and the like. Bill Mauldin kind of stories. Cartoons almost. Never of fighting. But as a storyteller Bill was best. He had parts named Lester, Abner, Moses and the like. His tale of Abner getting his first store-bought haircut outside Camp Shelby, and them teaching him the etiquette of how to pay for it (“always carry nickels, never give ’em a quarter and have to ask for change”…Abner wasn’t too good as his sums and takeaways either”) was as funny a story I’d heard since Ring Lardner.
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My first Memorial Day Sunday at that church, I learned it had its own rites associated with that solemn day. The minister would come in, say an opening prayer, then ask the congregation to turn to page such and such and then come back to the sun pews and sit among the bachelors. The rest of the congregation stood the whole time. They went through the panoply of patriotic songs in the hymnal, “God Bless America”, “My Country Tis of Thee”, “Battle Hymn of the Republic”. For my life, even now, I can never get through the first stanza of “America the Beautiful” thinking about those men. I just can’t squeeze the words out. And the old Crusader hymn “Fairest Lord Jesus”? Oh, my.
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And the bachelors would sit and quietly weep, as bespoke their sense of dignity, their heads bowed, remembering those same lost comrades they’d joked about only the week before; Mose, who stepped on a mine, Abner who took a bullet through the head hunkered down right next to Bill, and others who went down at Leyte or Saipan or Anzio. In the congregation, one by one a few men would turn, I expect, still with families, some my age, Vietnam, Korea, then come back and sit and weep with these old fellows. Some brought their sons and their grandsons, so they could get some sense of this sacred rite, as well, and to show them how grown men cry.
For the better part of an hour this went on, then the preacher got up, wiped his eyes, blew his nose and mounted the pulpit, said a prayer and everyone left. He didn’t even pass the plate.
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Next week, 10:30 sharp, the bachelors were back in their corner, swapping stories.
I participated in this rite three times. Of course, most of those old fellows are gone, now. But I look down at my shoes and realize I’m their age myself now. I’m no longer a bachelor, but I hope in that church, and thousands more around the country, this Sunday and every Memorial Day Sunday, congregations will pause and consider all of those men sitting on the back pews, or anywhere, alone, especially, but all of us who served.
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And most of all I pray mothers will still send their men and sons back to those back rows to comfort those men and to learn from them.
In these times it may be the only true commemoration we’ll get for some years to come. That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.
UNIFIED PATRIOTS….
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