Recently I was asked to summarize what we discuss on these calls and to list the top ten items for busy members of the Alaska legislature, so here’s our top ten or so:

Employee Kit Step 1 is made up of two main Notices to send to employer:
1.  Notice Non-Consent and Notice Conditional Acceptance  2.  Notice Non-Consent draws on organic public laws (Declaration & Bills of Rights);  Notice Conditional Acceptance is an honorable response under Equity/Contract;

Step 2 is the 3 part mailing process which results in enforceable Summary Judgement;
We emphasize that not just any response is acceptable, rather the response must be proof of claim and full acceptance of liability should employee suffer any harm, injury or loss;

the Notices should be customized by the employee;
our advice is not legal advice and STJ is a Private Member Association and held harmless;

certain maxims of law are emphasized, utilized and taught,
examples: Consent makes the law; To him consenting no injury is done; Silence is consent; What I approve I do not reject; I cannot take the benefit of an instrument, and at the same time repudiate it;

certain legal opinions and case law is taught as a basis for holding all governments and pub/private corporations bound down by the laws they are chartered under and bound to obey;
example: West Va Board of Education v. Barnett; the Nuremberg Code (utilized as an exhibit and highlighted in the pertinent parts);

strongly advise to notify by non-consent and conditional acceptance instead of making application for exemption;
application for exemption is akin to begging for special dispensation from one who has no authority (and is in fact prohibited by law) to make the demands in the first place; demands are a violation of Nuremberg Code;
demands are a usurpation of the private rights of citizens and nationals of the States of America;
application for exemption cedes jurisdiction;
application for exemption lends consent as against the private rights of your fellow employees;
application for exemption on religious basis violates the establishment clause because it leaves out those who cannot prove they have closely held Bible based religious beliefs (i believe you are hearing that here first);

exemptions also leave out those who do not have a faith or medical excuse
we need a paper revolution by each and every individual, our hired officials can’t do this for us;

I’m sure there’s much more but our calls and site are jammed packed with good stuff and people are responding well to what we’re doing, thank you for asking…