Although the public has known little about the history or
nature of the Right to Petition, scholarly and
historical research has established without
argument, that the Right, first articulated as the
cornerstone of Western Law in Magna Carta (1215),
provides the People an individual Right to
hold Government peacefully accountable
for its abuses.
Summaries of this important research can be reviewed as part
of the legal pleadings of the 2004 landmark WTP
We The People vs. United States, which
sought to have the Judiciary declare – for the
first time in history – the legal and
constitutional meaning of the last ten words of the
First Amendment. In 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court
refused to hear this controversial case involving
the essence of Popular Sovereignty.
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