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Bob Schultz & We the People

Landmark Right-to-Petition Case Is Now Before U.S. Court of Appeals

February 28, 2006

Regional Meeting Updates

The People’s Right-to-Petition lawsuit, brought by over 1700 Americans seeking to have the court declare -- for the first time in history -- the meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment, is now before the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, DC.

RTP Lawsuit Update Remember How It Started

By Order of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Bob Schulz, representing himself, and Mark Lane, attorney for the other 1700 named Plaintiffs, have been directed to file their legal Briefs by February 22, 2006.

The government’s attorneys have been directed to file their responsive Briefs by March 24, 2006. Schulz and Lane have been directed to file their Reply Briefs by April 7, 2006. Oral arguments will then be scheduled and heard by a panel of three judges.

USDC To Hear 16th Amendment Fraud Issue; DOJ Lawsuit Against Bill Benson Backfires

September 30, 2005

Twenty-five years ago Bill Benson, a former Illinois Department of Revenue investigator, began a cross-country trip across the forty-eight states that comprised the Union in 1913 seeking documentary evidence regarding the ratification of the 16th Amendment. This was a most important undertaking, because the government uses the 16th Amendment as its sole authority to tax an individual’s wages and salaries.

Right-To-Petition Lawsuit Update: Preliminary Injunction Motion To Be Filed Plaintiff Survey

August 31, 2005

On July 19th last year, the landmark Right-To-Petition lawsuit was filed in Washington DC seeking a declaration of the full contours of the meaning of the Petition clause of the First Amendment including whether the People have an unalienable Right to peacefully hold their Government accountable by withholding their money until their grievances are redressed, if the government violates the Constitution and refuses to respond to the People’s Petitions for Redress.

Schulz v IRS DOJ: Court's Opinion Threatens Tax System; Schulz Responds

On March 1st, IRS and DOJ filed a motion with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals asking the Court to amend its January ruling in Schulz v IRS (Case No. 04-0196).

Today, Bob Schulz mailed to the Court in Manhattan his brief opposing that motion.

129 Years For Asking to See The Law


Perfectly Illegal:
Non-Withholding Employer Simkanin
Convicted in Rigged Trial 

There is no doubt: Dick Simkanin was illegally convicted. The law cannot be used, or more appropriately, abused -- to penalize the citizens of this nation for failing to do something that NO specific law obligates them to do. 

What Does a Free People Do After Silveira?

Dec. 14, 2003 

If the People are disarmed, can they protect their country from their government? Can a People be free if they do not possess the means to defend freedom?  

On December 1, 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to disturb a recent decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which held, in effect, that the 2nd Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms is NOT an unalienable Right that belongs to individuals, but rather it is a right that belongs to the “State” – i.e., it is a “privilege” to be granted to, or taken from, the individual by government fiat.   

2nd Amendment Battle Leaders Come To The GML 2004 National Conference

What Does a Free People Do After Silveira?(Dec. 14, 2003) If the People are disarmed, can they protect their country from their government? Can a People be free if they do not possess the means to defend freedom?