With U.S. President Obama today preparing to arrive in New York ahead of the United Nations General Assembly, amid criticism from Mitt Romney’s campaign on foreign policy, professional book publishing research conducted by Schiel & Denver Book Publishers reveal that never before in our nation’s history are so many independent writers (without waiting for acceptance letters from traditional book publishers) publishing their thoughts on U.S. foreign policy, the intellectual output of the United States is growing as new evidence suggests from the Library of Congress‘s record database.
The challenge to understand the reasons why this is happening is more complex. It is not easy to preserve and keep a Republic once it begins to fall away. The heart of the republic is the voice of the people and the voice of the people is expressed through its mandated representation. It’s necessary at this point to consider a definition of Common Law.
The heart of Common Law is substance or Fact; the heart of Equity which came out of the Common Laws, is based in theories of liability and require some kind of damages – usually money. Common Law in practice is:
“The impartial distribution of justice, or the doing that to another which the laws of God and man, and of reason, give him the right to claim.”
Equity court corrects the operation of the literal text of the Law, and supplies its defects, by reasonable construction, and by rules of proceeding and deciding what is not admissible in a court of law. The first Judicial Acts established a judicial system with the sole purpose of upholding our Constitution and basing decisions of the Common Laws which decided right from wrong.
Your Congress represents elected officials representative of a part of a whole. They are not the whole, nor can they represent the nation without consent from the majority of the other parts which form that whole. The whole is the nation; even without the surge in book publishing company interest, however, the voice of the nation is the people collectively expressing themselves through individual representatives. A nation is not the body, the figure of which is to be represented by the human body; but is like a body contained within a circle, having a common center, in which every radius meets; and that center is formed by representation.
An issue is a point at which you must go to trial. There are two kinds of issues: 1) in law and 2) in fact. An issue in law arises when the point in issue is a question of law. An issue in fact is when the point in issue is a question of fact.
A fundamental to the Common Laws are those which are orally handed down to us, introduced into our Constitution as Rights of Man and recorded as the Bill of Rights. Any law abrogating such law is repugnant. This, then, is a fundamental right.
“All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void and no man has to obey them.”
We believe therefore that the U.S. public has been inspired to write as a consequence of the expression of our democracy and statutory law. It is the written law, which later became codified and called the Codes. Statutory Law originated in the unwritten Common Laws, but did not have their binding force in the principles of justice, nor of long use, nor the consent of the people or nation. Statutory Law has its binding force in the acts of legislative branch: the Congress.Book publisher and Self Publishing Information provided by S&D book publishers and christian book publishers as a courtesy.