J.A.I.L. News Journal

March 25, 2006

Inherent Truth!
(By Ron Branson)
Inherent truth supersedes every charge or argument that may be laid against it, because it is -- inherent truth! Inherent truth exists whether or not anyone believes or agrees with it. It just is -- "inherent truth!" It is irrelevant whether anyone is confused over what inherent truth is. They will either learn to abide by inherent truth or suffer the consequences.
There has never been a time in which inherent truth did not exist, but there certainly has been a time when men did not understand inherent truth. Inherent truth is not invented; it can only be discovered. For instance, was there a time when there were neither judges nor courts? Of course! And before there existed laws or courts, there existed murder. Just because there existed neither laws nor courts, did this absence render murder acceptable? Of course not! Why? Merely because murder defies inherent truth, aside from the existence or non-existence of laws and courts!
In due time, it seemed only reasonable that men should establish among themselves judges and courts to adjudicate claims for the purpose of bringing about justice. "Justice," therefore, is inherent truth! But what if the law became perverted by special interests and was interpreted to plunder the rights of one for the personal benefit of another? For instance, in the recent Kelo v. New London decision, 125 S.Ct. 2655, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that it is "just" to take away the private property of "A" by "law" and give it to "B" for the latter's special interests. Again, like murder, such pronouncement defies inherent truth whether sanctioned by "law" or not! 
The U.S. Supreme Court is not the final determiner of inherent truth; rather, it is inherent truth that is the determinant of the Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court is consistent with inherent truth, its determination is right. On the other hand, if the Supreme Court determination is inconsistent with inherent truth, it is wrong. Any other reasoning makes the justices of the Supreme Court gods, and not men.
If it be agreed that these justices are not gods, and that they are indeed men subject to human error and the influence of special interests, or even willful misconduct, to whom shall society appeal for the inherent truth of justice? Remember, justice, being inherent truth, is not an option. If everyone on the face of this planet opposed "justice," would "justice" cease to be inherent truth? No! It would simply mean that everyone on planet earth was wrong.
Was there a time before there existed citizen juries? Certainly! Yet, before  juries were physically manifested, juries have been, and are nonetheless, 
"inherent truth!" Inherent truth has no beginning; it always is, even before it is discovered. There exists but only a time at which such inherent truth is discovered, such as with juries. Our Founding Fathers were enlightened as to this inherent truth, and penned it down firmly in our Constitution with the words, "The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by jury..." Article III, Sec. 2, clause 3. In the late 1960s, beginning in California, legislators around the country began to "legislate away" the inherent truth of juries in the name of "infractions." Therefore, infractions defy inherent truth. 
Interesting is the fact that all artificial "laws" defying inherent truth must be propped up with many other truth-defying laws. However laws that are consistent with inherent truth are self-evident, which goes without saying. Who enforces the law of gravity? Who enforces the law of centrifugal force? Who enforces the law of aerodynamics? or death? Inherent truth ignores the devices of evil men, and goes on being -- inherent truth! Men come and go, but inherent truth remains firm. It may be opposed, but never defeated. No man can defeat inherent truth whether or not that inherent truth has yet been discovered, because it is -- inherent truth!
Beyond trial juries, our Founding Fathers were further enlightened as to the inherent truth of Grand Juries. The Associated Press, on February 15, 2006, in an article written by Chet Brokaw, "Senate Panel calls for defeat of ballot measure on judges" states these words, "Schoenbeck said Ron Branson, the California man who started the judicial accountability movement, is mistaken in his belief that a grand jury should be the top power in government."
These words from Senator Schoenbeck in opposition to J.A.I.L. are interesting in view of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury..."
Some states do not have Grand Juries. So how can such states hold anyone to answer for a capitol or felony offense committed within their state? Constitutionally, they can't. Translated, this means that anyone can be a mass murderer in such state and never be held to answer for their crime. All power and jurisdiction over such crimes rests purely with the Grand Jury. But in those states, there are none.
While no prosecutor, attorney general, governor or president has jurisdiction to act in such cases, a Grand Jury does exclusively. This may come as a shock to many of you, but this is precisely what the U.S. Constitution mandates to all states. In the absence of a Grand Jury, anyone can literally get away with murder. But murder is wrong and cannot be tolerated. It violates inherent truth.
Now in light of the U.S. Constitution, let's revisit South Dakota Senator Schoenbeck's statement, "Ron Branson, the California man who started the judicial accountability movement, is mistaken in his belief that a grand jury should be the top power in government." Not only should Grand Juries be the top power, but they are the top power over government. They have the  exclusive power to do what no other entity within government can do, including the U.S. Supreme Court.
South Dakota annunciates inherent truth in its Constitution, Article VI, Sec. 26, which states, "All political power is inherent in the people, and all free government is founded on their authority..."  But what if some, including all of their own legislators, did not agree with this inherent truth? They are wrong! 
For instance, a few days ago, March 20, 2006, to be specific, the "Insurance Journal" that claims to represent 1,400 insurance companies nationwide, in an article titled, "National Insurer Group Opposes S.D. Judicial Ballot Initiative" states, "Schmelzer added that stopping the South Dakota effort is an essential step in discouraging similar initiatives in other states that permit citizens to amend their constitutions by direct election." In other words, an overwhelming number of insurance companies in the U.S., through the voice of their representation, are seeking to defeat the immutable inherent truth that "All political power is inherent in the people." These identified subversive insurance companies associated with NAMIC (National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies) around the nation are banding together to overthrow the People's inherent right nationwide to the initiative process by which they may vote as they deem proper for their future security. These companies seek to overthrow the inalienable rights of the American People to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, "That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed..." Declaration of Independence.
Bottom line, the South Dakota J.A.I.L. Amendment (Amendment E) is self-evident inherent truth as it is also to every state in this nation. Just because our Founding Fathers did not see in their day the inherent truth of J.A.I.L. does not make it any less Inherent Truth. J.A.I.L., as a means of protecting life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, has just recently come to light in America 200 years after our Founding Fathers established our Constitution; but in their day, J.A.I.L. was yet inherent truth that only now has become self-evident. It can never be defeated.
There is no Army on earth that can defeat inherent truth any more than Congress can, with all its power, revoke the law of gravity. Regardless of the millions spent to defeat it, the inherent truth of J.A.I.L. is here to stay! Even were it possible that the opponents of South Dakota J.A.I.L. would succeed in deceiving the S.D. voters with millions of bucks this November 7th, in due time J.A.I.L. shall rise again to present itself as self-evident inherent truth. America's future demands it! It cannot be otherwise!
On our website, www.jail4judges.org are the words in animation, "J.A.I.L. will surely one day be on the lips of everyone from Sea to shining Sea." 
(Click here). There is no mind or authority that can conjure a way to declare J.A.I.L. as non-inherent truth! And even if it were so declared, it would still be -- inherent truth! Should there ever arise any attempt to call J.A.I.L. something else, it will still remain -- inherent truth!  Its precepts cannot and will not be defeated. 
Vote YES on Amendment E!