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House Concurrent Resolution 72

"Child safety is the first priority"

 We fix problems ourselves. We don't wait around for Congress.

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The US Constitution and its 27 Amendments - For Overall Reference  People give their lives to preserve this for us.

7th Amendment - Right to a Jury

"In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law." 

How do we enforce our Rights?

Judges are correct. They are not required to furnish Juries in Civil Courts. Article 3 says that Judges are required to furnish Juries in Criminal Courts. The 10th Amendment says "the People" are responsible for everything else.

Unchecked Judicial Power? Nope.

The Founding Fathers provided checks on Judicial Power, primarily a Jury of our peers. We the People are responsible for our own Liberty. With unlimited power, we would have tyranny. We do not do tyranny. We are not slaves either.

The Big News - The BILL of RIGHTS ...

Some who seek unlimited power over us, claim British Common Law removes our right to a Jury. We have something the British DO NOT have, the Bill of Rights.


You are responsible for providing your own Jury. Same as the 2nd Amendment. You have the right to bear arms, but the Government is not obligated by the Constitution to provide you a firearm. We handle the details of the Jury in your case. Isn't that nice?