1. GOD'S LAW
1.1 God's Word     1. Bible
Gateway

2.  Biblia.com
3.  Bible
  Audio
  Archives
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1.2 Laws of the Bible,
Form #13.001
1. Bible
Law
Index
2. Laws
of the
Bible
  1. SEDM
2. HB of
 Bible Law
        No   No No     No
1.3 Catechisms of the
Catholic Church
    St. Charles
 Borromeo
        No   No No     No
1.4 Ten Commandments     Bible GW         No   No No     No
1.5 The Institutes of Biblical
Law [book]
    1. Amazon
2. Chalcedon
Found.

2.1 Vol. 1
2.2 Vol. 2
2.3 Vol. 3
        No   No No     No
1.6 The Ten Commandments: 
Nailed to the Cross or
Required for Salvation?
[book]
Click
here

  Restored
Ch. of
 God
        No   No No     No
1.7 Policy Document:
Corruption
of
Modern Christianity,

Form #08.012
    SEDM         No   No No     No
1.8 Bible Law Course [book]     1. SEDM
2. Sheldom Emry
Memorial Library

3. Christian America
Ministries
        No   No No     No
1.9

Westminster Confession

   

CRTA:

        No   No No     No
1.10

Bible Law v. United
States Constitution

   

Mission
Israel

        No   No No     No
1.11

Vatican Library

   

Vatican

        No   No No     No
2. COMMON LAW

For additional free resources, see: Sovereignty and Freedom Page, Section 10.4: Common Law

2.1 SEDM Free Legal Treatises,
Section 3: Common Law

(MUST be logged in
and a free member to
view)
    SEDM                     Yes
2.2 Precedence of Laws,
Statutes,
and
Regulations

Click
here

                        Yes
2.3 What is "law"?,
Form #05.048

    SEDM                      
2.4 What is "Justice"?,
Form #05.050

    SEDM                      
2.5 Maxims of Law Bouvier
Anthony
  Richard
Anthony
Books                   Yes
2.6 Common Law Practice
Guide, Form #10.014

[book]
    SEDM                      
2.7 Civil Causes of Action,
Litigation Tool #10.012

[Member Subscribers Only]
    SEDM                     Yes
2.8 Legal Remedies that
Protect Private Rights
Course, Form #12.019
[Member Subscribers Only]
    SEDM                     Yes
2.9 Handbook of Common Law
Pleading [book]
      Books                   Yes
2.10 The Common Law [book]       Books                   Yes
2.11 Common Law Abatement,
Form #10.014
[book]
    SEDM                      
2.12 Sovereignty and Freedom
Page, Section 9.4:
Practice Guides
Click
here

                         
2.13 Sovereignty and Freedom
Page, Section 10.4:
Common Law
Click
here

                         
2.14 SEDM Forum 6.5:
Litigating Under the
Common Law
    SEDM                      
2.15 SEDM Forum 7.2:
Authorities: Common
Law
    SEDM                      
2.16 The Spirit of Laws [book] Click
here

  Archive.org                     Yes
2.17 Principles of Natural and
Politic Law  [book]
Click
here

                        Yes
2.18 SEDM Subject Index,
Section 13: Authorities:
Common Law
    SEDM                      
3. STATE LAW
3.1 State Constitutions Click
here

      Click
here
Click
here
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here
Yes Click
here
        Yes
3.2 State Statutes Click
here

  1. Law.Resource
.org
2. Hein Online
  Click
here
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here
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here
Yes Click
here
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3.3 State Vehicle Code
Summary
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here

                         
3.4 State Administrative
Regulations
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here

      Click
here
    Yes Click
here
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3.5 State Register Click
here

      Click
here
                Yes
3.6 State Court Rulings Click
here

    Scholar
1950
Click
here
Click
here
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here
Yes
1930
Yes
1950
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3.7 State Supreme Court
Rulings
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here

      Click
here
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here
Click
here
Yes
1930
Yes
1950
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3.8 Uniform Commercial Code
(U.C.C.)
          Click
here
  No   No No No No Yes
3.9 Municipal Codes     Municode                      
3.10 Legal forms Click
here

      Click
here
    Yes   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3.11 Standard Jury Instructions                           Yes
3.12 Uniform State Laws     Uniform
Law
Commission

    Click
here
               
4. FEDERAL LAW
  3.1 Federal Organic law
  4.1.1 Federalist papers Click
here
Click
here
          No   No No No No Yes
  4.1.2 Anti-Federalist Papers Click
here
                        Yes
  4.1.3 Articles of Confederation         Click
here
                Yes
  4.1.4 Journals of the Continental
Congress
  Click
here
                      Yes
  4.1.5 Declaration of Independence   Click
here
          No   No No No   Yes
  4.1.6 Debates in the Federal
Convention of 1787
    Con-
stitution.org
                    Yes
  4.1.7 The Founder's Constitution     Click
here
                    Yes
  4.1.8 U.S. Constitution Annotated Click
here
Archives.gov
1. Const.
 Soc.
2. Founder's
Const.

  Click
here
Click
here
Click
here
No   No No Yes Yes Yes
  4.1.9 Blackstone's Commentaries
 on the Constitution
    Click
here
                    Yes
  4.1.10 Heritage Guide to
The Constitution
    Click
here
                    No
  4.2 Federal Statutes
  4.2.1 Congressional Record   Congress             No         Yes
  4.2.1 U.S. Statutes at Large (S.A.L.)   Click
here
1. Potomac
Publ.

2. Hein
 Online
3. What
is Taxed
4. Const.
 Society
5. SEDM
        No No No No No No Yes
  4.2.3 U.S. Codes (U.S.C.)   House
GPO
    Click
here
Click
here
Click
here

Yes Click
here
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  4.2.4 U.S. Codes Annotated                No   Yes Yes     Yes
  4.2.5 Precedence of Statutes
and Regulations
Click
here

                        Yes
  4.2.6 Summary of U.S. Laws and
their Corresponding U.S.
Codes

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here

                         
  4.2.7 Historical Federal Income
Tax Acts
Click
here

                         
  4.2.8 U.S. Code on CD-ROM   GPO                        
  4.2.9 How Our Laws are Made Click
here

House                        
  4.2.11 Index of Whistleblower Laws
Click
here

                         
  4.3 Federal Regulations
  4.3.1 Federal Register   1. Federal Register.gov
2. LOC FedReg
Hein
Online
  Click
here
  Click
here
No No No No Yes Yes Yes
All
  4.3.2 Code of Federal Regulations
(C.F.R.)
  Click
here
    Click
here
Click
here
Click
here
Yes Click
here
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  4.3.3 Federal Register Act, 44 U.S.C.
Chapt. 15

    Cornell
Findlaw
          Yes          
  4.3.4 Administrative Procedures Act,
5 U.S.C., Part I, Chapter 5,
Subchapter II

    Cornell
Findlaw
          Yes          
  4.3.5 Principles of the
Administrative
Law of
the United States
 [book]
      Books                    
  4.3.6 Administrative Law and
Process in a Nutshell

[book]
    West
Publ.

                     
  4.3.7 Code of Federal Regulations
on CD-ROM
  GPO                        
  4.3.8 Parallel Table of Authorities
and Rules
  GPO                        
  4.4 Federal Courts
  4.4.1 U.S. Supreme Court Rulings   Click
here
1. Access
Law

2. Hein
Online
3. Fedworld
4. OpenJurist
Scholar
1791
Click
here
1900
Click
here
Click
here
Yes
1900
Yes
1789
Yes
1789
Yes
1789
Yes
1789
Yes
1789
Yes
1789
  4.4.2 Federal Circuit Court Rulings Click
here

Click
here
OpenJurist
(1880-Pres)
Scholar
1923
Click
here
  Click
here
Yes
1930
Yes
1789
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
All
  4.4.3 Federal District Court Rulings Click
here

Click
here
Recap   Click
here
  Click
here
Yes
1998
Yes
1789
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
All
  4.4.4 Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure
Click
here

        Click
here
    Yes     Yes Yes Yes
  4.4.5 Federal Rules of Criminal
Procedure
Click
here

        Click
here
    Yes     Yes Yes Yes
  4.4.6 Federal Rules of Evidence Click
here

        Click
here
    Yes     Yes Yes Yes
  4.4.7 Federal Rules of Appellate
Procedure
Click
here

        Click
here
    Yes         Yes
  4.4.8 Federal Court Local Rules No Click
here
              Yes Yes     Yes
  4.4.9 Benchbook for U.S. District
Court Judges [book]
Click
here

Click
here

                       
  4.4.10 Chambers Handbook for
Judges Law Clerks and
Secretaries
[book]
Click
here

Click
here

                       
  4.4.11 U.S. Tax Court Rules of
Practice and Procedure

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here
                       
  4.4.12 Federal Court Database   Click
here
                       
  4.4.13 Database of Federal Judges   Click
here
                       
  4.4.14 U.S. Supreme Court Reporter
Cross References

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here

                         
  4.4.15 Due Process of Law Under the
Federal Constitution [book]
      Books                    
  4.4.16 What Happened to
Justice? [book]
    SEDM                      
  4.4.17 Federal Rulemaking   Click
here
                       
  4.4.18 Federal Judicial Center (FJC)   Click
here
Resource
                     
  4.4.19 Federal Courts Internal
Documents
    Resource
                     
  4.4.20 Federal Reporter Downloadable
Books
    Resource
                     
  4.4.21 Code of Conduct for
U.S. Judges
  Click
here
                       
  4.4.22 Public Access to Court
Electronic Records (PACER)
  Click
here
                       
  4.4.23 RECAP - Free Access to
PACER Documents
  Click
here
                     
  4.4.24 Reference Manuals-Federal
Judicial Center
  Click
here
                     
  4.5 Federal Administrative
  4.5.1 U.S. Government Manual   Click
here
                       
  4.5.2 Executive Orders   Click
here
                       
  4.5.3 Opinions of the U.S. Atty. General   Click
here
Hein
Online
                    Yes
  4.5.4 Presidential Papers   Click
here
1. Hein
Online
2. U. Penn.
                    Yes
  4.5.5 Internal Revenue Manual (I.R.M.)   Click
here
CCH                     Yes
  4.5.6 U.S. Code, Title 26 Appendix           Click
here
               
  4.5.7 IRS Forms and Publications Click
here

Click
here
Superform
Tax Fms

                    Yes
  4.5.8 IRS Administrative Procedure Click
here
                         
  4.5.9 Social Security Program
Operations Manual
System (POMS)
  Click
here
                       
  4.5.10 U.S. Dept. of Justice: U.S.
Attorney Manual

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here

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here
                       
  4.5.11 U.S. Dept. of Justice: U.S.
Attorney Bulletin

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here

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Here
                       
  4.5.12 U.S. Dept. of Justice: Criminal
Tax Manual

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here

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here
                       
  4.5.13 U.S. Dept. of Justice:
Settlement
Reference
Manual

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here

                         
  4.5.14 U.S. Dept. of Justice: Judgment
Collection Manual
Click
here

                         
  4.5.15 U.S. Dept. of Justice Guide
to Using the Freedom of
Information Act
  Click
here
                       
  4.5.16 IRS Tax Products CD-ROM   GPO                        
  4.5.17 Tax DVD     SEDM                      
  4.5.18 Treasury Orders Click
here

                         
  4.5.19 Congressional Research
Service (CRS) Reports
    SEDM
FAS
Every CRS
Report

University of North Texas
                    Yes
  4.5.20 Authorities on Administrative
Procedure
Click
here

                         
  4.5.21 Requirement for Due Process
of Law, Form #05.045

(Member Subscriber form)
    SEDM                      
  4.5.22 CIA Records Search Tool
(CREST)
  CIA                        
5. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND RELATIONS
5.1 U.S. Dept. of State: Foreign
Affairs Manual (FAM)
Click
here

                         
5.2 Treaties in Force   Click
here
1. UN Treaty
DB.
2. Hein
Online
                     
5.3 Tax Treaties   Click
here
                       
5.4 Foreign and International
Law Database

    Hein
Online
                     
5.5 United Nations     Click
here
                     
5.6 English Reports     Hein
Online
                     
5.7 Law of Nations [book] Click
here

                         
5.8 Library of Congress:
International
  Click
here
                       
5.9 Commentaries on the
Conflict
 of Laws
[book]
      Books
                   
5.10 Conflict of Laws or
Private  International
Law
[book]
      Books
                   
5.11 United States Foreign
Affairs on CD-ROM

  GPO                        
5.12 Hague Convention     Legal
Language
                     
5.13 Foreign Sovereign
Immunities Act (FSIA)

  House Cornell                      
5.14 Institute of International
Commercial Law
    Click
here
                     
5.15 Uniform Commercial Code
(U.C.C.)

          Click
here
  No   No No     Yes
5.16 USCIS Policy Manual
  Click
here
                       
6. REFERENCE
6.1 SEDM Jurisdictions
Database Online,

Litigation Tool #09.004**
(Member Subscribers Only)
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here
                     
6.2 SEDM Jurisdictions Database,
Litigation Tool #09.003
    Click
here
                     
6.3 Legal Abbreviations Click
here

                        Yes
6.4 Legal Definitions Click
here

      Click
here
                Yes
6.5 Maxims of Law Bouvier
Anthony
  Richard
Anthony
Books                   Yes
6.6 Legal Dictionary Click
here

                        Yes
6.7 A Collection of Legal Maxims
in Law And Equity
      Books                   Yes
6.8 Black's Law Dictionary, 1910
Edition (153 Mbytes) [book]
PDF     Books                   Yes
6.9 Bouvier's Law
Dictionary [book]
Click
here

    Books
Vol 1
Vol 2
                  Yes
6.10 Merriam Webster
Online Dictionary
    Click
here
                     
6.11 Vlex Legal Search Engine     Click
here
                     
6.12 Law DVD   SEDM                      
6.13 Federal Digital Library
Program (FDLP) Desktop
  GPO                       Yes
6.14 Congressional Research
Service (CRS) Report
Library (ENTIRE LIBRARY)
    SEDM                     No
6.15 Library of Law Dictionaries     Mind
Serpent
                    No
6.16 Anti-Thought Control
Dictionary
Click
here

  Sheldom
Emry
Memorial
Library
                    No
7. PRACTICE RESOURCES
7.1 Litigation Tools     SEDM Lit.
 Tools
SEDM:
Practice
Guides
                     
7.2 Memorandums of Law     SEDM
Forms
                     
7.3 Sovereignty and Freedom
Points and Authorities,
Litigation Tool #10.018
    SEDM                      
7.4 Collection of US Supreme
Court Legal Maxims,
Litigation Tool #10.216
    SEDM                      
7.5 Federal Civil Trials
and Evidence
    Rutter
Group
                    Yes
7.6 Federal Criminal Practice     James
 Publ.
                    Yes
7.7 Pleading Libraries     Patriot
Network
SEDM
                    Yes
7.8 Treatise on Legal Remedies of
Mandamus and Prohibition,
Habeas Corpus, Certiorari,
and Quo Warranto
[book]
      Books                   Yes
7.9 A Manual of Equity
Jurisprudence [book]
      Books
                  Yes
7.10 Statutes and Statutory
Const. [book]
      Books
Vol 1
Vol 2
                  Yes
7.11 Legal Deception, Propaganda,
and Fraud, Form #05.014

Click
here

  SEDM                      
7.12 Presumption: Chief Weapon
for
Unlawfully Enlarging
Fed.
Jurisdiction
    SEDM                      
7.13 Recommended Reading and
Viewing
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here

                         
7.14 Flawed Tax Arguments
to Avoid
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here

  Click
here

                     
7.15 Civil Litigation Management
Manual [book]
  FJC SEDM                      
7.16 Effective Use of Courtroom
Technology [book]
  FJC SEDM                      
7.17 Federal Litigation Quick
Reference,
 Litigation
Tool #10.001
    SEDM
                     
7.18 Federal Jurisdiction,
Form #05.018
    SEDM
                     
7.19 Understanding American
Property Rights
Click
here

                         
7.20 A Practical Guide to
the Bar
    Click
here

                     
7.21 Federal Practice Manual for
Legal Aid Attorneys
    Click
here

                     
7.22 Challenging Federal
Jurisdiction Course,
Form #12.010
    SEDM                      
7.23 Unalienable Rights
Course, Form #12.038
    SEDM                      
7.24 Four Law Systems
Course, Form #12.039
    SEDM                      
7.25 Government Attic     Click
here
                     
8. ONLINE LIBRARIES
8.1 Archive.org     Click
here
                     
8.2 Archive-it.org     Click
here
                     
8.3 B-OK     Click
here
                     
8.4 Cardign (car repair)     Click
here
                     
8.5 CQ Press Library     Click
here
                     
8.6 Findarticles     Click
here
                     
8.7 Footnote
(historical documents)
    Click
here
                     
8.8 Free Info Society     Click
here
                     
8.9 Google Books     Click
here
                     
8.10 Great Books of the
Western World

    Link1
Link2
                     
8.11 Haithi Trust Digital Library
    Click
here
                     
8.12 Highbeam Research
(subscription only)
    Click
here
                     
8.13 Internet Archive: Texts     Click
here
                     
8.14 JD Supra     Click
here
                     
8.15 Journal Storage (JSTOR)     Click
here
                     
8.16 Library of Congress     Click
here
                     
8.17 Library of Economics
and Liberty
    Click
here
                     
8.18 Many Books
    Click
here
                     
8.19 MIT Classics Archive
    Click
here
                     
8.20 Muckrock (government FOIA)
    Click
here
                     
8.21 Nellco Legal Scholarship
Repository
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here
                     
8.22 Online Library of
Law and Liberty
    Click
here
                     
8.23 Online Library of Liberty     Click
here
                     
8.24 Open Library     Click
here
                     
8.25 Original Sources  
(subscription only)
    Click
here
                     
8.26 Project Gutenberg     Click
here
                     
8.27 Public Intelligence     Click
here
          Yes          
8.28 Public Library of Law     Click
here
          Yes          
8.29 Questia  (subscription only)     Click
here
                     
8.30 Registry of Open Acccess
Repositories (ROAR)

    Click
here
                    Yes
8.31 Research Papers
in Economics (REPEC)
    Click
here
                    Yes
8.32 Sacred Texts     Click
here
                     
8.33 Sage Journals Online
(subscription only)
    Click
here
                     
8.34 Science Digest     Click
here
                     
8.35 ScribD     Click
here
                     
8.36 Social Science Research
Network (SSRN)
    Click
here
                     
8.37 The Anarchist Library     Click
here
                     
8.38 University of Pennsylvania     Click
here
                     
8.39 Wikibooks     Click
here
                     
8.40 Wikimedia commons     Click
here
                     
8.41 Worldcat     Click
here
                     
8.42 World Digital
Library (WDL)
    Click
here
                     
8.42 World Public Library     Click
here
                     
9. LEGAL HISTORY
9.1 A Century of Lawmaking for
a New Nation: U.S.
Congressional Documents
and Debates
  Click
here
                       
9.2 Documentary History of the
Bill of Rights
    Const.
Society
                    Yes
9.3 Footnote
(historical documents)
    Click
here
                    Yes
9.4 Founder's Almanac     Click
here

                    Yes
9.5 Highlights of American
Legal and Political History
CD-ROM
    SEDM
                     
9.6 Historical Federal Income
Tax Acts

Click
here

                        Yes
9.7 Democracy in America Click
here

    Books                   Yes
9.8 Legislative History of
Money in the United States
Click
here

                         
10. LEGAL TREATISES

For additional free books, see:
Free Legal Treatises, Litigation
Tool #10.010
(OFFSITE LINK)

10.0 Free Legal Treatises,
Litigation Tool #10.010
    SEDM                     Yes
10.1 A Brief Survey of Equity
Jurisdiction [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.2 Handbook of
Criminal Law [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.2 Handbook of the Law
of Principal and
Agent [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.4 Handbook of
Bankruptcy Law [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.5 Liberty Library of
Constit. Classics
    Const.
Society
                    Yes
10.6 Military Government and
Martial Law [book]
Click
here

    Books                   Yes
10.7 Police Power, Public
Policy, and Constitutional
Rights [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.8 Principles of Natural and
Politic Law  [book]
Click
here

                        Yes
10.9 Religion and the State [book]       Books                   Yes
10.10 The Law of Combinations,
Monopolies, and Labor
Unions [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.11 The Law of Trusts
and Trustees
[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.12 The Spirit of Laws [book] Click
here

  Archive.org                     Yes
10.13 The Wealth of Nations
[book]
    Libr. of
Econ.
& Lib.
                    Yes
10.14 Treatise on American
Citizenship [book]
PDF
HTML
    Books                   Yes
10.15 Treatise on Equity
Jurisprudence[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.16 Treatise on Franchises
[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.17 Treatise on Fraudulent
Conveyances and
Creditor's Remedies [book]
      Books
Vol 1
Vol 2
                  Yes
10.18 Treatise on Government  
[book]
PDF                         Yes
10.19 Treatise on the Law of
Agency [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.20 Treatise on the Law of
Conversion  [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.21 Treatise on the Law of
Domicil [book]
PDF     Books                   Yes
10.22 Treatise on the Law
of Liens [book]
      Books
Vol 1
Vol 2
                  Yes
10.23 Treatise on the Law of
Nonresidents and
Foreign Corporations
[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.24 Treatise on the Law of Public
Offices and Officers
[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.25 Treatise on the Law
of Quasi Contracts
[book]
      Books                   Yes
10.26 Treatise on the Law of
Taxation  [book]
PDF     Books                   Yes
10.27 Treatise on the Law
of Trusts[book]
      Books
Vol 1
Vol 2
                  Yes
10.28 Trust Estates as Business
Companies [book]
      Books                   Yes
10.29 Sovereignty[book]
    Chalcedon                      
11. MEDIA AGGREGATION SERVICES

For additional free resources, see: Media and Intelligence Topic, Section 11.1

11.1 ABC Youtube     Click
here
                     
11.2 AP Archive     Click
here
                     
11.3 Archive.org: TV News
Archive
    Click
here
                     
11.4 Archive.org: Television
Explorer
    Click
here
                     
11.5 Archive.org: Television Archive
News Search Service
    Click
here
                     
11.6 Archive.org: Moving
Image Archive
    Click
here
                     
11.7 Archive.org: United States
Government Films
    Click
here
                     
11.8 Archive.org: News and
Public Affairs
    Click
here
                     
11.9 Archive.org: Fox News     Click
here
                     
11.10 Archive.org: CSPAN2     Click
here
                     
11.11 Archive.org: FedFlix     Click
here
                     
11.12 Archive.org: CNN     Click
here
                     
11.13 CBS Youtube     Click
here
                     
11.14 CNN Video Almanac     Click
here
                     
11.15 CNN Image Sources     Click
here
                     
11.16 CNN Youtube     Click
here
                     
11.17 CSPAN Video Library     Click
here
                     
11.18 Fox Youtube     Click
here
                     
11.19 ITN Source     Click
here
                     
11.20 MSNBC News Video Archive     Click
here
                     
11.21 MSNBC Youtube     Click
here
                     
11.22 NBC Universal Archives     Click
here
                     
11.23 TVEyes     Click
here
                     
11.24 Vanderbilt Television
News Archive
    Click
here
                     
NOTES:
  1. The Purpose for this page:  We tell you in many places on this site and in our Great IRS Hoax book that you should verify everything we say for yourself so that:
    1.1  You won't be easily intimidated by your covetous and unscrupulous government opponent.
    1.2  You can have a personal knowledge and belief that what we are saying is true.
  2. However, you can't do this unless you know where to obtain and read the Constitution, cases, statutes, regulations as a legal researcher.  The purpose of this article is to show you where to obtain various legal references and authorities so that you can verify our cites for yourself.
  3. Authorities on why everyone should read and learn and know the law.

    “One who turns his ear from hearing the law [God's law or man's law], even his prayer is an abomination.”
    [Prov. 28:9, Bible, NKJV]

    "This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.  Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”
    [Joshua 1:8-9, Bible, NKJV,
    IMPLICATION:  If you aren't reading and trying to obey God's law daily, then you're not doing God's will and you will not prosper]

    "Every citizen of the United States is supposed to know the law [God's law and man's law]. . ."
    [Floyd Acceptances, 7 Wall (74 U.S. 169) 666 (1869);
    IMPLICATION: Any citizen that does not know and follow the law is a BAD citizen!]

    Cites by Topic: Law

    Authorities on why we must PERSONALLY learn, follow, and enforce man’s law and God’s law

  4. Most of the links on this page are offsite links which open a new window. 
    3.1  If you want to open a link in a new tab, simply right-click on the link and selecting "Open Link in New Tab".
    3.2  Most links will automatically open in a new tab so you don't lose this page when you click on a link.
  5. If you would like an extensive training course on how to do legal research, we highly recomend the following FREE course provided by SEDM:
    PDF Legal Research and Writing Techniques Course, Form #12.013 (OFFSITE LINK)
  6. If you want most of the above information in a single DVD that you can take on the road with you and read from your laptop in searchable PDF format, we highly recommend:
    Legal Research DVD- by Sovereignty Education and Defense Ministry (SEDM)
  7. *= Included with premium or paid package
  8. For a listing of Titles of the United States Code which have been enacted into "positive law", see 1 U.S.C. 204 legislative notes on the Cornell website or 1 U.S.C. 204 on the government websitePDF Click here (OFFSITE LINK) for an important article on why people in states of the Union should know what titles of the U.S. Code are not positive law and not follow those that aren't.
  9. For court cases above, when a four digit number appears below the link, that number is the earliest year for which information is available on court cases.
  10. Our favorite source for legal abbreviations and definitions is Black's Law Dictionary.  We have the Sixth Edition.  Older versions of this book are better than later versions because of a systematic attempt on the part of the legal profession to remove key definitions in order to illegally expand the jurisdiction of both the federal government and the income tax.  See section 6.7 of the Great IRS Hoax for further details on this scandal.  If you want a FREE copy of Black's Law Dictionary, Second Edition, 1910, you can download it from item 5.5 in the table above.
  11. Costs of the various online electronic legal research services:
    Service Phone Plans Comments
    AccessLaw 775-753-4870 $29/mo with $40 startup fee They have California law as well as U.S. Supreme Court cases back to 1789 online and on CD-ROM.
    Casemaker 877-659-0801 Basic: $60/mo
    Pro: $95/mo
    They are the database source for Vlex. Their coverage goes back much earler than Vlex. Several state bars offer their database for free as part of membership. Don't have free federal account like Vlex. Pro has Shepardizing.
    Cornell Legal Information Institute (LII) NA Free Excellent.
    Fastcase   $95/month State courts back to 1950.  Federal caselaw back to the beginning.  Federal District Courts cost extra.
    Findlaw NA Free Federal district court cases only go back a couple years.
    Google Scholar NA Free State courts back to 1950.  U.S. Supreme Court to 1791.  No shepardizing.
    Lawnet 877-452-9638 $595/year State courts back to 1950.  Federal courts back to about 1900.  Equalizer 7.0 custom application does searching.
    Lexis-Nexis 800-227-4908 Very expensive The most extensive on the web, and you pay a premium for it.
    National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)   Free Federal Register, government records.  Sponsored by U.S. government.
    Versus Law 888-377-8752 Standard:  $13.95/mo
    Premium: $24.95/mo
    Professional:  $39.95/mo
    State courts back to 1950.  Have Federal District and Circuit courts.  Federal District Courts are extra (Premium plan).  U.S. Codes and regulations have a LAME interface, that makes it impossible to browse to drill down into what you are looking for.  Good for people just starting off.  No Shepardizing.
    Vlex 305-961-1617 Free: Basic federal
    Premium: $59/mo (states)
    International law of several countries. vLex United States plan has State courts back to 1950.  Free plan includes all federal. State is subscription. Good for people just starting off.  No Shepardizing. Database derives from Casemaker. Casemaker has more complete coverage. Databases only go back to 1932 for federal.
    West Law 800-762-5272 Basic:  $241/mo. State and federal caselaw back to the beginning.  Keycite is powerful and unique.  Plan includes 1-2 attorneys plus up to 2 paralegals.  The most expensive of all options.
  12. If you want an economical way to subscribe to the more expensive research services listed above, we suggest the following approach: 
    Many of the above plans allow several attorneys and paralegals on a single account.  Most law offices have surplus accounts or "seats" that they aren't using as part of the "plan" offered by their provider.  Get your phone book and start calling law offices.  Start at the END of the alphabet in the phone book, where the HUNGRIEST lawyers are.  Talk to the lead attorney and make him a business proposition.  Offer to share his cost for the service in exchange for an account.  Since the service can cost him upwards of $300/month, he'll want to defray this cost.  The only way to make it worthwhile for you is if he charges you no more than half his cost for the service.  Offer him between $50/month on up to about $100/month and see if he will "bite".  If he agrees, pay him monthly and have him create an account for you under his law firm.  JUST A THOUGHT.
  13. The Federal Depository Libraries are located at major universities and county law libraries.  They are free but unfortunately, whatever research you want must be photocopied.  If you want to minimize your photocopying expense at these libraries, one good approach we use is to bring along a digital camera with a large memory module and simply take a picture of the pages you want with the camera in high resolution mode.  Make sure you have the flash turned on when you do this so that you get good contrast.  Then bring it home and make an Acrobat file out of the digital images.
  14. For jury instructions, our favorite source is: 
    Federal Jury Practice and Instructions
    ; Devitt, Blackmar, Wolff & O'Malley; Fourth Edition; 1992; West Publishing; Library of Congress Card # 92-060572.
  15. To look up the elements of any legal claim, our favorite source is: 
    American Jurisprudence Proof of Claims 3d
    .
  16. If you are involved in litigation against the U.S. government, the best source is: 
    Civil Actions Against the United States, Second Edition
    ; Thomson-West; 2002; ISBN 0-07-0172449-4.
  17. The best source we have found that describes how to research federal tax matters is the following book: 
    Federal Tax Research: Guide to Materials and Techniques, Fifth Edition
    ; Gail Levin Richmond; Foundation Press, 1997, Westbury, New York; ISBN 1-56662-457-6.
  18. If you are attempting to obtain documents from the U.S. government under the Freedom of Information Act or the Privacy Act, our favorite references on this subject are:
  19. The first year published for various significant research sources are as follows:
    18.1  U.S. Codes: 1926.  Before that, it was the Statutes at large only.
    18.2  Code of Federal Regulations: 1938.
  20. For additional Legal Research Sources, consult: Justia
  21. If you are looking for the absolute best electronic reference tools for studying Biblical law and doctrine, see:
    20.1  Faithlife makes the Logos Bible Software in several editions.  The top of the line version is the Scholar's Library Gold Edition.  This is the one we have and it is VERY good.
    20.2  Laws of the Bible, Form #13.001, by SEDM
    20.3  The Institutes of Biblical Law, by Rousas John Rushdoony. A three volume set. This is our favorite work.
    20.4  Spirituality Topic Page, Section 7: Ecclesiastical Courts and Biblical Law, by Family Guardian.
  22. If you want a good reference on how to apply the laws of several competing or conflicting jurisdictions to a specific case, we highly recommend the following book:
    Conflicts in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition, by David Siegel and Patrick J. Borchers, Thomson West, ISBN 0-314-16066-3, 2005.
  23. If you want to know what state law judges think about those who are ignorant of the law and who are NOT following the materials or requirements of members on this website and how they are typically directed to respond to them, please read:
    The Anti Government Movement Guidebook-NCSC
  24. The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is copyrighted statutory law which is published by UNIDROIT.
  25. Here is the reason why there are TOO MANY LAWS and why NO MAN could ever possibly either learn or follow even a small percentage of them:

    "Did you really think that we want those laws to be observed?" said Dr. Ferris. "We want them broken. You'd better get it straight that it's not a bunch of boy scouts you're up against - then you'll know that this is not the age for beautiful gestures. We're [a corrupted government] after power and we mean it.  You fellows were pikers, but we know the real trick, and you'd better get wise to it.  There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals.  Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.  Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens?  What's there in that for anyone? But just pass the kind of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced nor objectively interpreted - and you create a nation of law-breakers - and then you cash in on guilt.  Now, that's the system, Mr. Rearden, that's the game, and once you understand it, you'll be much easier to deal with."
    [Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand]

    "The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws."
    [Tacitus, Roman historian 55-117 A.D.]

    For more on the subject of the perversion or corruption of law and the legal profession to steal from and enslave the public it is SUPPOSED to be protecting but doesn't, see:
    What is "law"?, Form #05.048
    https://sedm.org/Forms/05-MemLaw/WhatIsLaw.pdf

  26. The following diagram depicts the organization of this page in graphical format.  This organization is based on the sequence that things were created, which in turn determines the hierarchy of sovereignty of all things.  For further information on this subject, see:
    25.1 Hierarchy of Sovereignty: The Power to Create is the Power to Tax.
    25.2 How Scoundrels Corrupted Our Republican Form of Government.
Sovereignty

Click on the following links for information about the above diagram:

1.  Believe in God in 5 Minutes!

2.  Description of the above diagram

3.  Downloadable version of the above diagram

4. Description of techniques used by corrupted
government workers to reverse or undermine
the above hierarchy

5. Sermon on "The Theology of Creation" that
describes the above diagram by John Macarthur

6. Description of the separation between PUBLIC and
PRIVATE shown above

7. Enumeration of PRIVATE, INALIENABLE RIGHTS,
Form #10.002 (OFFSITE LINK)

8. Unalienable (PRIVATE) Rights Course,
Form #12.038 (OFFSITE LINK)

9 The End and Purpose of God's Creation

10 Senator Sasse of Nebraska Explanation on Why the
Present Organization of the U.S. Government
Documented Above Does NOT Work (EXCELLENT)

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