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Can a society be just if it does not recognize some Intellectual property?
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Wickard v. Filburn = Roscoe Filburn grew wheat to feed animals on his own farm. The government regulated him supposedly because of the commerce clause of the constitution. He said that because his wheat was not sold, it could not be regulated as commerce, let alone "interstate" commerce.
The Supreme Court disagreed: "Whether the subject of the regulation in question was 'production', 'consumption', or 'marketing' is, therefore, not material for purposes of deciding the question of federal power before us.... But even if appellee's activity be local and though it may not be regarded as commerce, it may still, whatever its nature, be reached by Congress if it exerts a substantial economic effect on interstate commerce and this irrespective of whether such effect is what might at some earlier time have been defined as 'direct' or 'indirect.'" Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942)
Should the state determine the meaning of the Constitution if the states created it?
James Madison, a Democratic Republican,[1] was an anti-federalist who knew the States created the federal government and tried to limit it with phrases like 'necessary and proper' in Article 1, Section 8. But John Marshall said the Supreme Court shall decide what the constitution means, not the states and the state allowed him to redefined terms within it.[2]
They concluded that 'necessary and proper' did not mean 'necessary and proper' but rather 'beneficial and convenient'.[3]
Hamilton argued the same quoting from the Federalist Papers.[4]
Does a contract make all signers in an Intentional community responsible for the actions of a few like an unincorporated association.
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legal and civil law is not Natural law although you need Natural law to create a legal system.
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Family rights are inherent property rights. Generational rights[5] and responsibilities?
Was Abraham, Moses and Christ anarchist? One purpose of these ministers of the people was to proclaim liberty throughout the land unto all the inhabitants and return every man unto his possession, and return every man unto his family.[6]
What "Laws, rules, regulations, and pronunciations" are expressable against the will of another. "The codification of law at Ur replaced the Ana Ittishu, which was the ancient equivalent of modern “words and phrases”, and was a part of an ancient system, preserving the “Sumerian Family Laws”." Thy Kingdom Comes
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This copy of The Voluntaryist Constitution (original 10/24/2017) is not included to advocate its use. It is here for educational purposes and explained in the audio files and side panel.

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The Voluntaryist Constitution original


This Constitution is hereby ordained as the preeminent contract outlining the fundamental legal principles and foundational legal framework of a truly free society. This document is meant to ensure that the right to property, being the most powerful of all encouragements to the multiplication of wealth, shall absolutely not be abridged, and further, that the right to self-ownership, being inherent in the existence of human, shall likewise be respected. This document further aims to ensure the creation of a peaceful and harmonious society predicated on voluntary cooperation such that the tranquility, prosperity, and happiness of all can be ensured. This Constitution is only applicable to those who have explicitly, voluntarily, and of their own free will and accord signed it, as well as their children, guests, and visitors. This is a free society where coercion is absolutely prohibited, meaning that no individual, group of individuals, and no entity including any state, government, organization or group of people in general, under any circumstances whatsoever may exercise or invoke any rights other than common property rights specifically stipulated herein.

All terms used in this Constitution, including the Preamble, have the sense and meaning given to them in Article I of this Constitution.

Article I: Definitions

Def 1. Private property may be any discernible object or electromagnetic wavelength with the following characteristics:

It is accessible, recognizable, and discernable. It persists in the time scale of human action. It exists independently of any perception or consciousness. It is possible in practice to measure its physicochemical characteristics using the International System of Units (MKSA) or any other equivalent conceptual system.

Def 2. A previously unowned or abandoned scarce resource is one meeting all the criteria of Def. 1 that is not being actively utilized by an individual or group of individuals for the completion of a particular project, or has not been claimed to be owned, in the time scale of human action, and in compliance with adverse possession common law.

Def 3. A property right is the right to the exclusive use of and complete control over private property.

Def 4. A coercive act is any act involving the use of private property on which a cognizable property right already exists, without the free and voluntary consent of the legitimate owner.

Def. 5. Homesteading is the process by which human beings justly acquire property rights in a previously unowned or abandoned scarce resource by mixing one’s labor with the resource.

Article II: Rights

  1. Every human being has an inherent, exclusive, inviolable right to self-ownerhsip.
  2. No law shall countenance the existence of slavery, conscription, indenture, or any other form of involuntary servitude.
  3. Human beings possessing the inalienable right of self-ownership likewise have the right to justly acquire property and claim property rights over a previously unowned or abandoned scarce resource through the process of homesteading.
  4. Human beings likewise may acquire title to new property through the process of peaceful and voluntary trade, exchange, and contract.
  5. Every individual shall have the right to freedom of contract, meaning that a rightsholder’s consent is both necessary and sufficient to transfer alienable title to property.
  6. All interactions and exchanges between individuals are to be voluntary, consensual, and peaceful, and as such no individual or group of individuals shall abridge the right of any person to purchase, gift, use, control, exchange, lease, sell, transfer, bequeath, dispose of, or in any manner enjoy their property without interference until and unless the exercise of their control infringes the property right of others.
  7. The only legally or morally permissible utilization of coercion is reactive coercion in direct and proportional response to an initiation of aggressive force against a peaceful individual’s property rights as specifically defined herein.
  8. All parties of this Constitution have an absolute right to self-defense in concurrent and proportional response to an uninitiated and uninvited coercion, manifest or imminent.
  9. The only legally enforceable rights are property rights.

Article III: Contracts

  1. Individuals or groups of individuals may voluntarily transfer title to any property between and amongst any other legitimate property owner.
  2. Contracts are to be enforceable through the use of any arbitration agency concurrently approved by both parties of the contract prior to contract formation and in accordance with all provisions of this Constitution.
  3. Only legitimate property as defined in this Constitution and in accordance with all provisions of this Constitution may be the subject of a title transfer.
  4. The right to freely and voluntarily contract is absolute and inviolable.

Article IV: Justice

  1. Any person's infringement of any rights stipulated herein is subject to lawful prosecution by the victim of this infringement or his agent in accordance with all relevant due process and contractual commitments, and is actionable in accordance with generally recognized common law principles of the proportionality of punishment, strict liability, and restitution.
  2. Jury trials are to be utilized in all criminal proceedings or any legal proceedings wherein an arbiter and arbitration method were not specifically stipulated contractually by all relevant parties beforehand.
  3. No person shall be convicted, sentenced, or imprisoned without due process of law, including the right to trial and habeas corpus, and there shall be no detention without trial, nor shall any person either before or after trial be held incommunicado. An accused person shall be assumed innocent until proven guilty. At every stage of criminal process, an accused shall be informed of the charges against him or her.
  4. No person shall be tried more than once for the same crime.
  5. No individual, collective, or firm shall be able to compel either jury service, discovery, or witness testimony during the proceedings of a criminal trial.
  6. Coercive detention shall not be exercised arbitrarily but only upon probable cause that the detainee (a) has committed or (b) is committing a criminal offence, or that he or she has been made, or is soon to be made, a subject of a court order regarding (c) a medical isolation on the account of a highly contagious and deadly disease, (d) an in-house care of a Minor, or (e) an institutionalization in a mental health facility.
  7. A person who has been arrested, detained, imprisoned, tried, or sentenced either illegally or in error shall receive full restitution.
  8. Restitutive compensation may be obtained coercively if necessary.
  9. The prosecution, arbitration, and enforcement of any and all disputes may be performed by any arbitration or protection agency formed and operating voluntarily under the purview of this Constitution.
  10. Any arbitration resolution binding parties to this Constitution that may be reasonably construed to be in contravention of any provision of this Constitution is null and void.
  11. This Constitution ratifies and adopts the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, as adopted by a United Nations diplomatic conference on 10 June 1958 and entered into force on 7 June 1959.
  12. Any and all Foreign Arbitral Awards recognized by the aforementioned Convention shall be binding in the jurisdiction of the parties of this Constitution and any enforcement agency operating in the jurisdiction of the parties of this Constitution shall have the authority to enforce such Awards upon request from the winning party.
  13. Parties to this Constitution agree to abide by and comply with any international agreements regarding commerce with narcotics or arms outside of the jurisdiction of the parties of this Constitution.

Article V: Prohibitions

The following laws, private covenants or practices are impermissible and unconstitutional for any entity to enforce on the property of another without prior, express, voluntary consent:

  1. Any coercive, non-voluntary transfer of money from any individual or group of individuals to any governing entity, as in compulsory taxation.
  2. Any coercive, non-voluntary transfer of any private property from an individual or group of individuals to any governing entity, as in asset forfeiture and eminent domain.
  3. Any coercive, non-voluntary limitation, stipulation, regulation, or restriction on the ownership, transfer, and usage in any way of any private property whatsoever, except in cases regarding circumstances beyond the territorial borders of the jurisdiction of this Constitution.
  4. Laws, rules, regulations, and pronunciations coercively penalizing in any way any victimless or consensual actions whatsoever.
  5. Laws, rules, regulations, and pronunciations coercively compelling any individual to act in any way whatsoever against his or her express will, except at the behest of a voluntarily signed contract.
  6. Any form of restriction, hindrance, or otherwise forceful intervention against any movement of individuals or group of individuals across the borders of the territory over which this Constitution has jurisdiction.
  7. Laws respecting or establishing a right to property in contravention of those definitions of rights to property established herein.
  8. Criminal statutes that do not specify an exact mens rea requirement for prosecution and enforcement.
  9. Laws, rules, regulations, and pronunciations respecting or concerning the establishment of a central bank.
  10. Any attempt to establish a monopoly on coercion and force within the jurisdiction of this Constitution.

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  1. The Democratic-Republican Party (formally called the Republican Party) was an American political party formed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison around 1792 to oppose the centralizing policies of the new Federalist Party run by Alexander Hamilton, who was Secretary of the Treasury and chief architect of George Washington's administration.
  2. The court ruled against Maryland in McCulloch v. Maryland, and Chief Justice John Marshall, Hamilton's longtime Federalist ally, wrote the opinion, which stated that while the Constitution did not explicitly give permission to create a federal bank, it conferred upon Congress an implied power to do so.
  3. Marshall wrote: We admit, as all must admit, that the powers of the Government are limited, and that its limits are not to be transcended. But we think the sound construction of the Constitution must allow to the national legislature that discretion with respect to the means by which the powers it confers are to be carried into execution which will enable that body to perform the high duties assigned to it in the manner most beneficial to the people. Let the end be legitimate, let it be within the scope of the Constitution, and all means which are appropriate, which are plainly adapted to that end, which are not prohibited, but consistent with the letter and spirit of the Constitution, are constitutional.
  4. "No axiom is more clearly established in law or in reason than wherever the end is required, the means are authorized; wherever a general power to do a thing is given, every particular power for doing it is included."
  5. “To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just so long as it is needed, to deny the existence of objective reality and all the while to take account of the reality which one denies… It systematically undermines the solidarity of the family…” On Doublethink in Book Two Section IX of 1984 by George Orwell
  6. Leviticus 25:10 And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout [all] the land unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a jubile unto you; and ye shall return every man unto his possession, and ye shall return every man unto his family.