Our Curriculum

Aiming At the Roots

It is tempting, especially in today's society, to aim at the branches. The majority of people today see the United States government as being their lawful authority. If a lawful authority makes an unconstitutional law, then we should specifically fight that law with public outcry or civil disobedience, identifying that law as unconstitutional, right? But what if the government ITSELF were unconstitutional? Consider if you would, these two definitions of an unconstitutional act:

"an unconstitutional act is not a law. It confers no rights. It imposes no duties. It affords no protection. It creates no office. It is in legal contemplation as inoperative as though it had never been passed. Therefore an unconstitutional act purporting to create an office gives no validity to the acts of a person acting under color of its authority."
~Norton v. Shelby County, 6 S.Ct. 1121

"An 'unconstitutional act' constitutes a protection to no one who has acted under it, and no one can be punished for having refused obedience to it before the decision was made. A legislative act in conflict with the Constitution is not only illegal or voidable, but absolutely void. It is as if never enacted, and no subsequent change of the Constitution removing the restriction could validate it or breathe into it the breath of life.
~In re Rahrer (U.S.) 43 Fed 556, 558, 10 L.R.A. 444.

As you can see, an unconstitutional law creates no office. Therefore, if a government is put into power unconstitutionally, then that government is not the lawful authority.

Through study, we have determined that due to the events following the Reconstruction Acts in 1867, our original nation-state of North Carolina was taken from us and replaced by a military dictatorship, an election, a method of changing our constitution and a constitution, all foreign to our organic law. The North Carolina we know today is a federal satellite. Since that time, we all (unknowingly for most of us) have been subject to an unlawful government of coercion and force (de facto), rather than a government of consent by the people (de jure).

The T.I.G.E.R. Curriculum and NCAR

Carolina Liberty teaches and endorses the T.I.G.E.R. (Truth In Government Everyone's Responsible) curriculum along with citizenship through the North Carolina American Republic.

North Carolina American Republic. Re-establishing the state that was taken from us.

By re-establishing and re-populating our original state this creates an argument that challenges jurisdiction. This argument goes deeper than all current laws and encroachments upon our liberties because it challenges the government's very jurisdiction over us. We believe it is truly the root of our problems -- hence our slogan "Aiming at the roots."

John Ainsworth
NC American Republic

For DVDs or audio CDs of the John Ainsworth Raleigh Presentation, contact:
Cliff Muncy

DVDs are available for donations of:
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Our state was stolen! Read the governor's surrender letter here.

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