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FreeLegalResearch.net, a blog about United States laws and regulations, has published new blog posts about the US Constitution, the Magna Carta and lawful rebellion, and common law history.

FreeLegalResearch.net, a blog about United States laws and regulations, has released several new blog posts...

FreeLegalResearch.net, a blog about United States laws and regulations, has released several new blog posts, including “The US Constitution – A Reality Check,” “Magna Carta and Lawful Rebellion – Seize the Court,” and “Common Law History – Before 1776.”

The post “The US Constitution – A Reality Check” from FreeLegalResearch.net poses a commentary on the recent actions of President Barack Obama. The blog argues that the President has been neglectful of the US Constitution, and compares his actions to those of Hitler in Nazi Germany. The accompanying video, which aired on Fox News, details an executive order President Obama made to keep even acquitted prisoners in Guantanamo Bay.

"Magna Carta and Lawful Rebellion – Seize the Court,” published on FreeLegalResearch.net, provides an insight on a recent incident of “lawful rebellion” that occurred in an English courtroom. The blog asserts that activists were protesting the violation of the Magna Carta due to the implementation of a council tax in Britain in the 1990s. An accompanying video displays a rally held by the protesters after the protest.

“We in America have continued enlarging the common law. It still is working law in our country,” claims FreeLegalResearch.net on the page “Common Law History – Before 1776.” This blog highlights the development of common law, which, reportedly, was established in Britain by Alfred the Great in the ninth century AD. The author then explains an event in which a judge was fined for contempt of court by the plaintiff in a trial.

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FreeLegalResearch.net was launched in December of 2010 with an article about the principles of the US legal system. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of FreeLegalResearch.net.

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