America's Emerging News Source to Challenge Legal and Government Abuse
Written by a nationally prominent constitutional lawyer and scholar, How To Win Lawsuit.... is especially designed for people who have been the victims of legal and government abuse. It is essentially a training manual for the unrepresented litigant who is ready to sue. The book explains how to write lawsuit papers to file in court, how to obtain evidence from the otherside through "discovery", how to prepare motions, how to request attachments, and much more.
Many women will no longer stop when directed by a police officer to pull over. Some will call 911 and ask for additional police to come to the scene and refuse to open their windows until backup police arrive.
Cops are known to rape or extort women for sex during highway pullovers. The situation is badly deteriorating.
While Catholicism, Judaism, and Islam all teach that usury is wrong, their members apparently cannot get enough of it.
What else can explain the following?
The First Premier Bank has offered a credit card with 59.9% interest rate, readjusted from 79.9%, complete with a $45 processing fee to open the account, an annual fee of $30 for the first year, a $45 fee for each subsequent year, and a monthly servicing fee of $6.24.i Over 700,000 Americans signed up for the card, and the bank receives 200,000 to 300,000 new applicants each month.
Mexico, too, faces a variant of interest rate predators that many would argue should shock the conscience. Wal-Mart stores south of the border issue credit cards that have a 69.9% annual interest rate. Costco’s Mexican division offers a credit card at a 53.31% interest rate, financed by Citibank.ii At companies like Home Depot and Woolworth, the rates range from 35% to 70%. Bankcard rates average over 40%.
The emergence of the various Tea Party movements throughout the United States has brought a welcome surge of demands for tax relief, curbs on regulation and reductions of government spending.
But conspicuously absent from the Tea Party’s platforms are any calls for serious examination of the flaws rampant in the American legal system. This is a serious omission because the Tea Party’s goals cannot be achieved without a drastic overhaul of how courts function, how lawyers practice, how legislators legislate and how the public polices the courts and lawyers. Without legal reform, true capitalism cannot flourish. The Tea Party, aside from becoming a controlled and choreographed funding conduit for politicians on the make, has another mission. That mission is to strengthen the remnants of American capitalism and build a foundation whereby private enterprise can best serve investors, entrepreneurs and consumers.
But when federal judges refuse to curb the maze of rules and restrictions governing everything from sliced bread to mahogany, flower arranging and beachcombing, capitalism is weakened.
by Attorney David Grossack
Americans are in the hundreds of billions, if not a trillion dollars, in credit card debt.
As the economy continues to plunge, the percentage of this debt that becomes delinquent will increase.
Some of the debt will be purchased by debt buyers, groups of investors who pay pennies on the dollar for the right to step into the shoes of the credit card companies and chase the overdue accounts which they have purchased.
Eventually, these unpaid bills, as well as those remaining, with the original creditors, i.e. Citibank, Capital One and Discover, will be passed on to a collection agency and then perhaps to a law firm that processes a large volume of credit card debt.
The interest, late fees, over limit fees and annual membership fees nowadays bring the actual interest owed to dizzying heights.
ESSAYS ON THE ABUSES OF
AMERICANS BY GOVERNMENT
By Attorney David C. Grossack
This is a book about government abuses of powers.
We begin with the premise that we the people have certain rights, both those
rights enumerated in the Constitution, and natural rights that are intrinsic to our
being. We believe that the Constitution is a barrier between government and the
people, and that the government routinely disrespects this boundary.
The United States may be one of the most free and benevolent nations on
Earth, but that is simply not enough, because most of the world’s nations are
The Citizens Justice Institute, a legal reform outreach initiated by Boston lawyer and human rights activist David Grossack, has begun lobbying the House Judiciary Committee for the purpose of holding hearings on the existence of widespread dysfunction of the state and federal courts.
THE SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM