We oppose congressional, judicial, and administrative abrogation of the principle that any powers not delegated to the central government of the United States of America by said Constitution, nor prohibited by said Constitution to the states, are reserved to the states respectively or to the people.
We demand that Federal law and administration be amended to require that administrative law fully comply with unalienable individual rights guaranteed under the constitution. We are persuaded that government actions under administrative law have not ensured the basic constitutional rights of the citizens. Legislative action is essential to require government agencies to formulate rules and regulations that are consistent with unalienable individual constitutional rights. To assist in balancing the federal budget, we demand an independent, outside policy, operational and financial audit of the Federal Reserve System, or by the General Accounting Office, similar to H.R.1468, a bill in the 102nd Congress.
We proclaim the constitutional right of any state to require such an audit.
- We encourage Utah’s Attorney General to initiate an audit by proceeding directly before the United States Supreme Court under a state’s right of ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.
- Article I, Section 9, paragraph 7, of the Constitution of the United States. Article III, Section 2, paragraph 2, of the Constitution of the United States.
Source: DCRP Platform