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If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.

If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.

If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.

If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Union County, NC government’s “illegal acts of power”

By Oscar Y. Harward

President James Madison and signer of our US Constitution once said, “As a man is said to have a right to his property, he may be equally said to have a property in his rights.”  Some Union County, NC government principal officials obviously do not share these same freedoms.

One scenario as presented in Union County, NC government may look like this: If a farmer on his farm is out changing the spark plugs in his tractor and a neighbor sees the farmer working on his tractor, the neighbor may stop by and asked the farmer to change the spark plugs in his car. Then, another and another may ask the farmer to work on his/her car, truck, or another piece of equipment.  Then pretty soon, based on one Union County, NC theory, the farmer is operating a community garage on his farm.  

May I point out that under NC law, this is permissible; however, Union County government officials opted to “just decide” they don’t agree with this activity even though it is legal; and in doing so “make a decision to deny” this activity by deciding to “supersede” NC General Statues.

While there is no local, state, or federal legislation to stop this activity, Union County government officials have instituted “without any legislation or regulation” an “illegal” judgment.  Folks, common-sense and legislated laws under “Constitutional” law makes it illegal for any government, or any government official, to “just make up a law, legislation, or regulation”.  On this issue, Union County, NC government officials are “illegally practicing” their “privileged superior position(s)” and refusing to practice common-sense law.

It appears Union County officials believe they may be “superior to the laws” of the NC General Statutes, the US Constitution, and/or US Code as some are determined to “supersede all legislation” under law.  It may be compared to other governments’ officials who oppose the Second Amendment in some communities across America who believe they may be able to “supersede” and overrule the Second Amendment as limited by our Constitution and US Code. 

Our government officials should be reminded as President Dwight D. Eisenhower said, "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."

On “Sackett et vir v. Environmental Protection Agency”, the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously on March 21, 2012 in favor of Mike and Chantell Sackett  that an out-of-control government in Priest Lake, Idaho had “superseded” the law over the EPA on Clean Water legislation.  Again, as James Madison once said, “Liberty may be endangered by the abuse of liberty, but also by the abuse of power.”

Just as the EPA would not provide the Sacketts any legal process for relief, Union County officials did not and/or could not issue any citation(s) against the local farmer(s) because there is “no legislation” that Union County officials could establish any citation to issue to the farmer(s) under law.

Here are two (2) supplementary examples as to how Union County, NC government has and is acting under a “Dictatorial” system rather than a “Constitutional” system of government by action using “illegal acts of power” without any supported legislative law.

Do Union County’s citizens recognize the seriousness of this unlawful “Authoritarian” action of Union County, NC government’s “lawlessness”?  The “buck stops” with the County Manager on the 9th floor Union County Courthouse and their legal team, and ultimately, (y)our five Union County Commissioners.

US Supreme Court Justice Scalia concluded Mike and Chantell Sackett may bring a civil lawsuit under the Administrative Procedures Act to challenge the EPA's order.  SCOTUS’s rulings may concur with Union County, NC government’s “illegal and unauthorized expansion” of NC General Statues, our Constitution and US Code.

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