In Part I of Richard N. Haass' book The Bill of Obigations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens, the author expresses that there is “mounting evidence that this rights-based democracy is failing.” In its Part II, 10 habits for good citizens are presented as a Bill of Obligations, analogous to the first 10 amendments to the Constitution known as the Bill of Rights. “American democracy will work and reform will prove possible only if obligations join rights at center stage.” The 10 obligations are: Be Informed; Get Involved; Stay Open to Compromise; Remain Civil; Reject Violence; Value Norms; Promote the Common Good; Respect Government Services; Support the Teaching of Civics; and Put the Country First.

IRS Criminal Investigation Chief Jim Lee June 30 20202 in Puerto Rico News Conference.png

How the Ivermectin of Fully Reserved Banking Was Targeted and Taken Down by a Weaponized IRS Just Before Its Founder Could Make Proven International Sound Money Solutions Available to U.S. Citizens

A Call to Action For the House Subcommittee on Weaponization of the Federal Government to Investigate What Happened to the Euro Pacific Bank in Puerto Rico

The Lawyer for the House of Representatives (Your Lawyer)

U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee on Weaponization of Federal Government Website Scr

This letter below and links to citations within, as well as the estimated timeline was emailed to the U.S. House of Representative's Committe on the Judiciary's Select Subcommitte on Weaponization of the Federal Government's published whistleblower e-mail at

The State Remedy: How to Protect Your Wealth, Restore Comity for All and Save Our Republic For Futur

I am on a mission to re-establish a sound monetary system, one which uses gold and silver. Given the development of government controlled digital currencies and ledgers, the abuse of those who can least afford it by the Federal Reserve, and the state of America's affairs, there is no more important mission.