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codes, rules and regulations are lacking in due process...."

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  • jm367@bellsouth.net
    All codes, rules and regulations are applicable to the government ... Use Yick Wo v. Hopkins for the same expression. If you understand how to express the
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2005
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      "All codes, rules and regulations are applicable to the government
      > authorities only, not
      human/creators in accordance with God's laws. All
      > codes, rules and
      regulations are unconstitutional and lacking in due
      > process...."
      >
      Rodriques v. Ray Donavan (US Department of Labor), 769 F. 2nd 1344,1348
      >
      (1985).
       
      Use Yick Wo v. Hopkins for the same expression.
      If you understand how to express the American common law rule of decision as derived from the law of the land known to our forefathers from 1776, heretofore, declared in Declarations of Rights and confirmed by Congress in the Bill of Rights articles IN ADDITION TO and amendment of the 1787 contingently ratified Constitution, you will understand the expression "codes, rules and regulations are lacking in due process....."  And the legal duty on judges and Government conceded in Scott v. Sanford.
      Constitutional is a political term of art.  The supreme court has a POLICY on questions which might involve the Constitution.  Ashwander v. TVA.
      They are shirking conceded duty for reasons of political expedience.  see City of Los Angeles v. Rescue Mission.
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