Want A Real “Investment” From Your Legislature

How about some good old fashioned politics – New Hampshire style.

Let's face it, after last Tuesday's elections anyone not recognizing a taxpayer revolt, however unorganized, hasn't been paying close attention. So while we are at it and the while the iron is still good and hot why not make a phone call to your State Representatives and Senator and demand they do one commendable thing – vote for House Bill 541.

Read slowly and enjoy:

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Five

AN ACT relative to repealing the incorporation of the New Hampshire Bar Association.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 New Hampshire Bar Association; Repeal of Incorporation. Pursuant to the power reserved by the general court in the laws of 1873, chapter CXV, section 6, “An act to incorporate the Bar Association of the state of New Hampshire,” that the legislature may at any time alter, amend, or repeal the act incorporating the bar association, the general court hereby repeals the corporate status of the bar association of the state of New Hampshire. Upon dissolution, all remaining assets of the New Hampshire Bar Association shall escheat to the state.

2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.

Bye, Bye, Bar Flies!

I particularly like the part about “all remaining assets of the New Hampshire Bar Association escheat to the state.” Why then we would have more money “for the children.”

Its not like we would be “cheating” the Bar Association, we would only be “escheating” them, and that is an entirely different thing.

Thank you representatives Dick Marple and Lars Christiansen for putting this bill together. Below are Rep. Marple's sound, logical reasons for drafting this proposed legislation.

THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT clearly states the practice of Law CAN NOT be licensed by any state! (See) State Schware v. Board of Examiners, 353 U.S. 238, 239

The practice of Law is AN OCCUPATION OF COMMON RIGHT!; (See) Sims v. Aherns, 271 S.W. 720 (1925)

The "CERTIFICATE" from the State Supreme Court ONLY authorizes the practice of Law "IN COURTS" as a member of the JUDICIAL BRANCH of GOVERNMENT and can ONLY represent WARDS OF THE COURT, INFANTS, PERSONS OF
UNSOUND MIND. ( SEE CORPUS JURIS SECUNDUM, VOLUME 7, SECTION 4.)

A "CERTIFICATE" IS NOT A LICENSE to practice Law AS AN OCCUPATION; Nor to DO BUSINESS AS A LAW FIRM!

The "STATE BAR" CARD, (if any) IS NOT A LICENSE! It is a "UNION DUES CARD" of a closed shop, one unlawfully created by the New Hampshire supreme court when it "Unified the Bar" and compelled those practicing law in this state" to pay annual fees to the private New Hampshire BAR Association.

The BAR" is a "PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION." like the Actors Union, Painters Union, Realtors, Electricians, Plumbers, etc, except the fees do NOT go to the state but instead go to the private tax exempt corporation now holding a multi million dollar fund which can not be audited under the states "Right to know Laws" !

No other association, EVEN DOCTORS, issue their own license. Their fees are PAID to the STATE for the LICENSES ISSUED BY THE STATE. The State of New Hampshire does not issue attorney licenses!

The N.H. BAR is a NON-GOVERNMENTAL PRIVATE ASSOCIATION, an Unconstitutional Monopoly, violating Article 83, Part II New Hampshire constitution. An Unlawful ENTERPRISE, operating as an private corporation that pays NO TAXES and Violates Article 37 Separation of Powers clause of the New Hampshire Bill of Rights.

There is NO DELEGATED POWER OR AUTHORITY to the supreme court for breech of the separation of powers enumerated in Article 37. The SUPREME COURT OF New Hampshire has established by use of the fraudlent Article 73-a, "a conflict of interest" in advocating BAR members to participate in Legislative, Judicial, and Executive offices!

ALL N.H. ATTORNEYS ARE CURRENTLY COMPELLED TO BE MEMBERS OF THE MONOPOLISTIC BAR! This is violation of the RIGHT TO WORK LAWS of many states and suggests that the New Hampshire legislature should contemplate enactment of "Right-to-Work" laws. Consider well the need for the passage of the pending HB 541 which will, if passed, return a level playing field to the practice of law in this state. Write letters to the Editor in support of HB 541, talk to your neighbors and local officials. Call local radio talk shows to expose this fraud upon our people. Stop the "churning" of taxpayers money subsidizing the unaccountable MONOPOLY that now exists!.

DICK MARPLE, REPRESENTATIVE MERRIMACK DIST. #9, Tele/fax 627-1837

Ed Naile, Chair, CNHT
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