License To Steal:

Truth and Justice are Inseparable

by Ray W. Rowney, Jr.



Ray W. Rowney, Jr. experiences the departure of truth and justice from the U.S. legal system in his firebrand expose License to Steal. He methodically chronicles the various legal procedures and policies that can be manipulated to aid and support fraud. He then draws striking comparisons to the current performance of the federal government, wherein spin has also replaced facts and truth. He laments a legal system and federal government that encourage greed in all Americans.

The author analyzes the change in constitutional practice causing the aforementioned corruption. He believes it began soon after the U.S. legal system stopped using “Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Law” as governing source document in 1930, in the Courts, the U.S. Senate, and prestigious law schools to define the law and train persons therein. Blackstone taught that common law evolved from God, whose laws were absolute, and that no human laws were of any validity if contrary to the Holy Scriptures (the Bible).

Rowney issues this defining series of detailed examples of his 13-years in American courts, as a volunteer aggrieved bondholder rep, to tell how the law has been used “creatively” by the unscrupulous to steal without being caught. He describes some legal practitioners as “vultures on a road-kill” in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.  In sum, this book convinces its readers of widespread scamming within both the legal system and federal government, and sets forth straight-forward, common sense recommendations that citizen voters can require to return America to the vision of the Founding Fathers.

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”

The Author cites and describes 8 specific examples of how the unscrupulous can “creatively” manipulate the current US Legal System to protect fraudulent misconduct. He concludes that this protection of the guilty is a direct result of: REPLACING “THE BIBLE” AND THE “CONSTITUTION”, AS THE BASIS OF US LAW AND ORDER, WITH EVOLVING HUMAN VALUES.
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”September 29th, 2016 at 1:32pm

Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 9/27/16)

Today, rather than sharing a dream of positive growth and unification, protestors too often demonstrate a total lack of respect for authority and the rights of others, preferring to damage and destroy. Be part of the solution, not the problem!

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”September 29th, 2016 at 1:32pm

Solution to Rioting Protests

The other day I listened to a supporter of black protestors, advocating the need for meaningful dialogue. If this is truly the desire, then the basic facts at the heart of the issue must first be addressed:

Why do we never hear about promoting and encouraging the true “American Dream”, whereby every young American is encouraged to develop his or her talents and skills to the fullest extent possible? Why do we begrudge a successful person the fruits of their labor? Why do we not encourage all to be successful, eliminating the concept of “haves” and “have-nots”?

To complain is selfishly human; to perform to one’s capabilities is Godly! It takes little effort to complain, but a lifetime of dedication to perform. Human nature seeks the easy hand-out, eternal life seeks the demanding, long-term hand-up. We should all be familiar with the common saying, “You get what you pay for” (You reap what you sow).

If public schools are to be the common educator of all Americans, why do we not require that they stress the importance of adopting God’s values as the most important of all lessons?

It all comes down to our National Motto, “In God We Trust.” If America and Americans will truly endorse and practice same, our Nation can once again be blessed by God. If not, more Charlottes will continue as the demise of America progresses more and more rapidly. We will reap what we sow!

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”September 29th, 2016 at 1:32pm

Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 9/20/16)

The other day I was disgusted at an Editorial Guest Column, written by a university teacher from a Department of Sociology and Criminology, comparing Kaepernick’s disrespect for our flag and National Anthem to Trump’s “Make America Great Again”. If a college professor can’t see and understand the difference between protest and performance, “College students, choose carefully your classes and teachers.”

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