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  1. PH,
    As you may be aware, Texas is again making a push for secession (though the promoters are rebranding it as “Texit” playing off Britains recent extrication battle)
    Based upon studying YOUR work I believe every State has the NATURAL right to depart the Union. However, it is much more logical simple, (though not easy) to simply enforce our God given rights through nullification. It would be cowardly to leave the remaining states embroiled in tyranny whereas restoring our Constitution has the potential to restore liberty to 300M Americans as opposed to a mere 30M Texans.
    In drafting letters to this effect, for my State reps and Senators.
    To wit; I was wondering at what point the SCOTUS transformed into a rubber stamp for progressive agendas. Was there a key case or landmark decision that I can read and then identify to show precisely when the SCOTUS became complicit in the Usurpation?

    Thank you and God Bless


    Comment by Mark | February 18, 2021 | Reply

    • Yes, the States have the obvious right to withdraw from the Union. I have never in the past advised it however, because the States are not innocent victims of federal tyranny – they willingly sold the reserved powers of the States and of their own Citizens to the federal gov’t in exchange for federal funds; federal funds which were used to implement unconstitutional federal programs. So the States ARE as guilty as the fed gov’t in creating the mess we are now in. Also, the States refused to take many steps which people like Dr. Edwin Vieira and me have been urging them to do. And the American People are so ignorant, corrupt, and degenerate that, among their other sins, they consistently, year & year, elected fools, ignoramuses, and moral degenerates to public office.

      so secession wouldn’t have solved the problem. It’s like a divorce – after the divorce the former spouses persist in the sins which caused the problems in their marriage!

      However, during the recent election, we saw every Branch of the federal government fail to do their Duty: Congress, the Department of Justice, the federal courts & the supreme Court, and even President Trump. My recent papers address these failures and derelictions of duty. As a result of their refusals to do their Duty, our Country is now in enemy hands.

      It now appears that the Chi coms have seized control of the federal gov’t; and the 3 Branches of the fed gov’t are just fine with that.

      They will want a new Constitution which legalizes their plans for us. I expect them to push for an Article V Convention to get this new Constitution. The States must not allow themselves to be put under the jurisdiction of the Chi Coms and the new government which will be created by the new Constitution.

      So I’m now thinking that all of the States [except for the soon to be new State of “the District of Columbia”] should secede from the Union. I say a pox on the federal courts and the Supreme Court except for Justices Alito, Thomas, and Gorsuch. If they seek sanctuary in your State, by all means, let them in! I say a pox on the Executive Branch and everyone in it. I say a pox on Congress and 99% of the people in it.

      That said, the State Legislatures in the battleground States behaved as wickedly and disgustingly as the federal gov’t. We were telling those State Legislators – showing them – that they had the constitutional authority to ignore the fixed election and appoint a new slate of electors themselves. Not a single State legislature did – because they were too stupid or cowardly to do it.

      I’ll write up a road map for the States to follow which will get them out of the mess [though an attack upon them by the chi-com army is likely] – even though I expect the State Legislatures are too short-sighted, ignorant, and cowardly to do what needs to be done: Man up and tell the feds to get lost and keep their borrowed FRN’s.

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      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 18, 2021 | Reply

      • “A republic; if you can keep it.”
        2 Timothy 4, (2-4)

        These two keep me up nights.

        I was avid during the TPN days. However I soon realized that even those who professed to be on the side of truth and demanded constitutionality, refused to surrender pride and their clutch on immoral programs.
        Its easier to fool someone, than to convince them they’ve been fooled.
        It doesn’t appear that we have enough Hamiltons, Madisons, or Jeffersons left to mount a worthy defense. Critical thinking has been eradicated. The time has come when they will not endure sound doctrine.
        The Tytler cycle is almost complete. I surmise we are between dependence and bondage. Perhaps I should have been more specific in my prayers that we would go back to the ways of yesteryear.

        I’m not certain that secession would necessarily restore liberty in light of the aforementioned facts. TX has an executive and AG who keep running to federal district courts rather than instructing legislators to Nullify. They claim to stand for State rights yet as recent as last week requested fed funds for disaster relief. In such light I do not feel assured that Texas independence would restore much liberty at all. Not to mention that a new (or existing) state constitution forming a centralized government would carry enough “checks” to insure liberty.

        God bless you and yours!!


        Comment by Mark | February 19, 2021 | Reply

        • Mark, I assume this is the Mark from ‘yesteryear’ on TPN. Good to hear from you again. Those were the days, my friend.


          Comment by Mike Foil | February 19, 2021 | Reply

          • Yes, I was also thinking must be our Mark from the earlier days. I too wondered what happened to him. It is good to hear from him. It’s also good to hear from Mike!


            Comment by Publius Huldah | February 19, 2021

          • Yep. I’m still on this side of the sod.
            While it may have never made a difference in the grand scheme of things I sometimes regret that I didn’t stay more active in promoting, explaining, and disseminating the truths of our founding on a public scale.

            To the point of numerous or unanimous secession of States; my question is this; if there is support for secession, why can’t such support be harnessed and steered in the infinitely superior direction of constitutional restoration? Doing so solves EVERY SINGLE ISSUE for which the public clamors. It solves election fraud, removes incentive for career politicians, reduces federal expenditures, restores freedoms contemplated in the Bill of Rights, strengthens our economy, etc, etc.
            If these are truly the ailments (and aside from the staunchest progressives, I believe they are) then we have the most effective cure in PHs papers and the Federalists explanations.


            Comment by Mark | February 19, 2021

    • It was during the New Deal that SCOTUS became the lap dog for FDR. In the beginning, SCOTUS ruled against New Deal programs; but then when FDR threatened to “pack the court”, one Justice flipped to the New Deal side of the Court.
      The miserable little coward.


      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 19, 2021 | Reply

      • 10-4. I found those cases. Just wanted to be sure there was not a prior case that could be identified as the turning point in Federal jurisprudence.
        Now I need to go reread your explanation of the proper applications and venue of natural law and common (aka case) law.

        Much thanks!!


        Comment by Mark | February 19, 2021 | Reply

        • well, there were some bad decisions very early – the worst was McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) where SCOTUS held that Congress had constitutional authority to Charter a national Bank!
          but I think the turning point was the new deal SCOTUS.


          Comment by Publius Huldah | February 19, 2021 | Reply

  2. Hello Ms. Huldah,
    I hope you are doing well. What are your thoughts on the impeachment trial now that it has been going on for a few days? For many weeks we have heard from republican senators that the impeachment will be dead on arrival to the senate because it is unconstitutional. Well, the vote was taken and the majority voted that the impeachment is constitutional. That has me really concerned. Is it like you talked about in the movie you saw, the law disappeared?


    Comment by Donna M Roesch | February 11, 2021 | Reply

    • Yes, the Law has disappeared.
      I have a proposal; but the weakness of my proposal is that it requires State Legislators of Spine & Integrity to carry it out.


      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 11, 2021 | Reply

  3. PH, so where do we go from here? I vote we find 50 people, one from each state that is willing to spend the next year learning the constitution from you and then who is willing to run for house of reps on a constitutional platform. What say you?


    Comment by Blake | February 7, 2021 | Reply

    • Well, I have a very different proposal.

      The real power is in the State Legislatures. The State Legislatures can control their Governors and their State Judges.
      The State Legislatures can make the federal government totally irrelevant. S%$&W Congress! S%$&W federal judges! S%$&W the Executive Branch!

      but we have been electing ignorant and weak people to our State Legislatures. Some are corrupt. Few have a spine. And that, of course, is our fault because we elected these spineless ignoramuses (some of whom take bribes) to the State Legislatures (except when their election was stolen. But people have been warning for decades that the voting machines were being tampered with in state elections; and they were brushed off).

      So we have to figure out the mechanics of how we replace the unprincipled & weak ignoramuses in our State Legislatures with People of Moral Integrity who learn the Constitution and enforce it.

      Actually, our Declaration of Independence & Constitution are not difficult to learn. When I started writing for the Public some 12 years ago, I didn’t know those two documents. [We didn’t have them in law school.] The key to learning them is to read them over & over. I always make outlines. and polish my outlines. then one day, I realize that the outline is now in my head. and from there, I keep adding.

      We in this house are computer challenged. But I’m studying Russian on line – and my Russian teacher is on-line. So I’m thinking of figuring out how to do on-line lessons on the Constitution. But I have to wait until legislative season is over because all I have time for now is stopping an Article V Convention.


      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 7, 2021 | Reply

      • If I remember right, Hillsdale College (may be the only one) has an online Constitution course. And I also believe they “require” for graduation in anyones chosen field, everyone must take a course in the Constitution. And they take no fed money.
        And thank you PH for the reminder. I used to read my pocket edition of the Declaration and Constitution daily (I got distracted with other things it seems), one page per day every day, then repeat, right after my daily reading of the Bible.
        Thank you PH for your continued wisdom and guidance.
        Long Live Our Republic


        Comment by N S | February 8, 2021 | Reply

        • Well, I am increasingly suspicious of Hillsdale. I know they never took federal money – but we need to find out who is funding them. It is the BIG MONEY (Kochs, Mercers, etc.) who have been funding the push for an Article V convention – and I suspect that this Big Money may be now funding Hillsdale. I haven’t had time to look into this.

          Re the Constitution: Get the Big Picture first. What does Article I do? What does Article II do? and so on.
          then go back and gradually fill in more of the details. and each time you go over it again, fill in more details. I always made charts.


          Comment by Publius Huldah | February 11, 2021 | Reply

      • PH,
        Hope you are all well!

        Isn’t it amazing that patriots can read hundreds of snaps, tweets, blurbs and posts daily, yet a document of profound importance and critical to the proper function and survival of our republic is too much effort to read?
        I too have thought an online tutorial might actually spark interest in the crucial words of Madison, Hamilton, and Jay. Without their insight, too many well meaning yet Constitutionally illiterate patriots fall for the hoaxes and distortions which are designed to cause confusion to would be students.
        With the plethora of political concerns the single solution to them ALL is original intent, enumerated powers, and the proper understanding and application of federalism.



        Comment by Mark | February 12, 2021 | Reply

  4. PH,
    Any comment on the first 13th amendment, proposed in the early 1800’s, the titles of nobility amendment. From what I’ve read, at that time thirteen states needed to ratify it of the seventeen that comprised the union at the time and it got twelve. Apparently, things were moving right along until the Civil War and then it just seemed to disappear. It seems that a good number of states up until the 1860s or so still printed it in their official copies of the US Constitution indicating that the original thirteenth amendment actually may have been ratified. So, since at the time it was proposed there was no time limit for adoption, as there is now, couldn’t it be taken up again and finished?


    Comment by Klaus Lindner | February 3, 2021 | Reply

    • It may well be that as some States ratified the proposed amendment you are talking about that they put it in their own State Code books – but that, of course would not mean that it was part of the official US Constitution.

      I’m sure you are already aware that Article I, sections 9 & 10, US Constitution, prohibit the federal gov’t and the States from issuing titles of nobility.

      It’s been a while since I looked as the supposed “real” 13th Amendment; but wasn’t it some drivel about how Lawyers are aristocrats and we shouldn’t be allowed to hold public office? It seems that some idiots have concluded that the term, “Esquire”, is a “title of nobility”.

      In any event, that is the least of our problems today, don’t you think?


      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 3, 2021 | Reply

  5. Can you address the so called Act of 1871? There’s a lot of conspiracy artcles floating around about it. This three part article came my way this morning and it seems like it might be reliable. I highly regard your insight. Thank you for all you do.


    Comment by Deb Whitacre | January 27, 2021 | Reply

    • “Anna von Reitz” can’t be a “Judge” and she can’t be a lawyer. No lawyer, and certainly no judge, would write the way she writes. The little I have read of what she has written is like a compilation of every moronic patriot myth which has been foisted on the gullible and profoundly ignorant American People – some of whom, no doubt, have been deceived by her claim of the Title of “Judge”.

      I have no medical training. What would you think if I claimed to be an “M.D.” and began giving medical advice? Would that be immoral? Yes it would.


      Comment by Publius Huldah | February 2, 2021 | Reply

  6. Are there any “publius-huldah” zoom lessons coming soon? I would love to learn more directly from the source… YOU!

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Blake | January 24, 2021 | Reply

    • Thank you, Gary! I needed that lift. Are you referring to the two I did for the Oklahoma organization?


      Comment by Publius Huldah | January 24, 2021 | Reply

      • No thank you, your work is what gives me (us) hope. I was unaware of the Oklahoma video’s. I would love to find them, are they currently on line?
        I was more so talking about any future plans you may have to do video conferencing or just plan teaching about the constitution.


        Comment by Blake | January 24, 2021 | Reply

  7. Why does the Speech and Debate Clause prevent senators and congressman from being held liable for lies they commit in debates? One recent instance, amongst many, is of Adam Schiff who lied in his many false claims against Trump regarding Russia collusion.

    Thank you!



    Comment by Pam | January 16, 2021 | Reply

    • Because in certain situations, such as legislative bodies, people must be allowed to speak freely.

      Schiff is a disgusting POS, but the remedy for his lying words is for his House to expel him, or for the People to refuse to reelect him.

      But neither of those remedies will be used because our Members of Congress are corrupt or pathetically weak; and for a long time, we haven’t had honest elections – that’s how these POS’s [I never thought I’d be talking that way in public] keep getting re-elected.

      The Truth is that Laws can’t fix immorality. And it is true that Our Constitution works ONLY for a religious & virtuous People. And the Americans are neither religious or moral. What’s actually needed is a moral and spiritual REGENERATION of the American People.

      But with spineless, cowardly, hirelings in our pulpits, I don’t see a moral Regeneration ahead. However, when God brings Judgment on a People – as I believe He is doing now – some of them actually turn back to Him.

      Be of Good cheer – God is on the Throne. I think we are being spanked right now – and we do deserve it!


      Comment by Publius Huldah | January 16, 2021 | Reply

      • Thank you Publius Huldah for your input! I so enjoy reading your comments and learning more about the intent of those who drew up our Constitution and how it’s laws are to be applied in the various scenarios we see playing out in our government. I too have also found myself using words to describe these swamp rats and traitors, even more so over this past year, that I never thought I would. Your words are actually more mild than mine have been! I agree with everything you have stated. As a Christian I cannot agree more that we are under God’s judgment. The lack of courage and moral failure in the leadership in our country has continued to deteriorate over the years leading us to the point we are at today. You are absolutely correct about the pulpits caving to the culture and political correctness rather than standing for truth which has been the biggest contributor to the mess we find ourselves in to date. I pray that there will be a turning to the Lord in repentance, as you have stated, as without that we have no hope of things turning around. Thank you so much for the work that you are doing. There are not many who can be relied upon to present the truth as you do in a way that does not rely on agenda or the judicial
        activism that has become the norm. You also break it down in a very understandable way.


        Comment by Pam | January 17, 2021 | Reply

        • Thank you!


          Comment by Publius Huldah | January 17, 2021 | Reply

  8. Hi PH, I don’t have a question, just a link to a article of interest “DuPage County Clerk signed anti-transparency contract with Dominion Voting Systems – Dominion encouraged County to resist disclosure of information”

    “Considering this software deals with the people’s voting results, this contract prohibits the County to analyze the software. If there was any type of vote tally concerns it appears the County is prohibited to analyze the Software. Analyzing the software would be one of the first steps to determine or identify if there was or was not a problem in the vote tally. The most concerning issue, in light of all that national attention regarding Dominion and our elections, is the reference of modifying the software. The county is prohibited from altering or modifying the software. While I agree nothing should be altered modified, such a prohibition appears to indicate the software can in fact be altered or modified.”


    Comment by Spense | January 15, 2021 | Reply

    • I think that every word Lin Wood said about the Governor of Georgia and the Georgia Secretary of State are true. And don’t forget, that disgusting republican woman who was running for a US Senate seat from Georgia is said to have bought stock in Dominion at the time the State of Georgia signed the Contract with Dominion. She too is a disgusting POS.


      Comment by Publius Huldah | January 16, 2021 | Reply

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