How You Can Reclaim Your Liberty and Assert State Sovereignty
In the 2016 legislative session, we were able to pass two important resolutions. First, our state passed House Joint Resolution 529 that supports the legal argument being made in the state court lawsuit that challenges the power of the U.S. Supreme Court to effectively “decree” a new state law governing marriage. We were also able to pass Senate Joint Resolution 506 that urges Congress to send an amendment to the states returning to them the power to define marriage and to recommend proposals for reigning in the power being exercised by federal judges.
Now, here is what you can do to reclaim your personal liberty and assert the sovereignty of our state under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution that our federal Courts, and particularly the U.S. Supreme Court, have eroded by their tyrannical decisions, the latest decision being that in Obergefell v. Hodges:
First, learn more about the lawsuits we filed in both Williamson County and Bradley County in 2016 and how to answer questions your friends might have.
- David Fowler on Understanding the Tennessee ‘Marriage Lawsuits’
- Summary of the Lawsuit to Challenge Obergefell
- The Lawsuit in Flowchart Form
- Lawsuit FAQs
Second, help us find other plaintiffs. If you know one of the following persons, ask him or her if he or she would be willing to file a similar lawsuit in their county. If they are willing, have them contact us at info@FACTn.org and put “lawsuit” in the subject line. We will then evaluate the possibility of bringing a lawsuit. The persons who can sue are as follows: current county commissioners, county and city mayors, judges, chancellors, and former county executives/mayors, judges and chancellors.
Understanding the Constitutional and Theological Issues of Obergefell
The Leaders of Faith video series from October 15, 2015, featuring FACT President David Fowler, is a great way to understand the constitutional and theological issues of the Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex “marriage.”