It’s been three weeks since our last update.
We apologize for that, but it was unavoidable as we
needed to focus our efforts on researching, writing
and timely filing two important legal briefs.
September 5, 2008, we filed a petition for a writ of
certiorari in the Supreme Court of the United States
in Robert L. Schulz, et al v. United States
(Docket No. 08-317). This is the so-called
“6700” case regarding the constitutionality of
forced withholding of pay from the paychecks of
workers, and the legality of a District Court’s
summary judgment order issued to stop Schulz and WTP
from distributing Petitions for Redress of
Grievances regarding the subject.
September 11, 2008, we filed a Reply Brief in the United
States District Court for the Northern District of
New York in Robert L. Schulz, et al v. State of
New York, et al.
(Case No. 07-943). This is the so-called “N-CEL” case (National Clean Election Lawsuit),
regarding the constitutionality of counting votes by
machines and computers (i.e., in secret) and the
need for paper ballots, hand marked and hand
for a copy of our “6700”
Petition for Writ of Certiorari
to the Supreme Court and its
Click here for
Plaintiffs' Reply Brief Supporting Summary Judgment
in the National Clean Elections lawsuit, in response
Government's Brief opposing Summary Judgment and the
Statement of Facts
D.C. Constitution Day Event
Due to numerous factors, including a
substantial lack of participation, WTP has canceled
the Constitution Day event planned for Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
As Constitution Day passes this Wednesday, WTP
Chairman Bob Schulz asks that everyone take a moment
quietly to reflect on the current state of our
Constitution and the extent that they are personally
committed to defending it as the cornerstone of our
form of righteous and limited governance.