License To Steal:

Truth and Justice are Inseparable

by Ray W. Rowney, Jr.

 

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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.

See also www.ogjusttruth.com


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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”March 29th, 2017 at 5:10am

Don’t Quit, Work Harder !

As disappointing as last week’s failure to attempt to fix the many shortcomings of Obamacare was, it will be even more discouraging if Congress chooses to simply “move on” rather than work even harder to address issues which affect or will affect millions of Americans.

Encouraging and rewarding government dependency, rather than building character and individual responsibility, will bring an end to the America of our Founders, which enjoyed unprecedented success for its first 200 years.

Sadly, human nature will too often choose hand-outs over unlimited opportunities to develop our individual strengths and abilities. Today, our nation’s founding values are being challenged like never before, and the wisdom of a free people deciding their own destiny in the voting booth is at risk.

There is no greater need, and no more difficult challenge, than teaching the importance of appropriate individual responsibility from kindergarten on up. The right to vote, if not coupled with citizens understanding America’s founding values, is suicidal.

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”March 29th, 2017 at 5:10am

Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 3/21/17)

The longer and farther a people drift from God, the greater the risk of not securing enlightenment and self-correction. While an eternal optimist, I must acknowledge the point of no return is becoming all too real.

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”March 29th, 2017 at 5:10am

The Point of No Return

Sadly, I believe too many churches and pastors today are masking the seriousness of America’s drifting from obedience to God. The very strength of God’s guidance is now used to avoid our individual and group responsibilities to share and promote His Word.

“God will protect His people” has replaced “We the people must honor God and do His work.” Sitting in church on Sunday, with like-minded would-be Christians, is too often viewed as fulfilling our Christian duties.

The Bible makes it all too clear, that when God’s patience has run its course, corrective actions impact all the people. There is no distinction between those of no faith, little faith, or more faith – all suffer!

I fear that America is rapidly reaching this point of no return. That our drifting is producing a people that don’t or can’t recognize the error of our ways. America, don’t separate God from government – cement a relationship between God and government that will never again be questioned.

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”March 29th, 2017 at 5:10am

Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 3/14/17)

Tragically, the more I see and hear from today’s journalists and news commentators, the more I fear Americans have lost the ability to discern truth and assess the core issues which all peoples and countries must navigate to achieve lasting peace, security, and harmony.

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.’s “License to Steal”March 29th, 2017 at 5:10am

The Monster Feeds Upon Itself

Sadly, no matter how well intentioned, the current practice of giving “entitlements” to help others, rather than building character based on the Bible’s values, is creating a monster which will self-destruct.

As the Bible wisely observes, “Raise up a child in the way he should go, and when he becomes a man he will not depart from it.” Conversely, as today’s world continues to demonstrate, separate God from government and education and survival of the strong will lead to “jungle” law.

As I watch and listen to today’s news commentators on TV, I become angry that the land I love has turned its back on insuring that all children receive the proper guidance. Values and character are not built by osmosis, but by training and role models.

If we want America to continue as a positive role-model, we must insure that it stands for good(God), not self-indulgence. As the Bible also wisely observes, “We will reap what we sow!”

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