WWFRN Schedule for 01/25/11 – The “Classic Cooper” flood continues!

Tonight at 9pm EDT, please tune in for Classic Cooper episode #355 entitled “The Common Law”.

At 10pm, we’re happy to be repeating the entire last year of David Christopher’s “A Healthier You”,  beginning with tonight’s episode from January 2010 entitled “CO Poisoning”. Please visit his website when you get a chance!


  1. “…rights endowed by our Creator…” “…even you can’t give them away…”

    Never once in my life have I practiced on or produced anything that didn’t require a firm reminder of the fundamentals from time to time, and that’s what tonight’s is regarding the Common law. Great stuff and thanks for this and the rest, 24/7. Suddenly I have the HOTT-shopping itch!

    Meanwhile, on the razor’s edge, a couple of stories to watch:
    cop-shootings, which is a final stroke when it comes to dismantling a society:

    And this dangnable COLB thing (good audio here. not a Bill/Rob/Doyel, but fair enough): http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2011/01/jack-cashill-slams-conservative-media.html

    There are a LOT of chess pieces on the board and in motion right now making widespread civil unrest imminent. When it comes to Order out of Chaos the “order” part is as old as time itself, called tyranny. It’s the “chaos” part and the making of the same where the bad guys shine, so to speak. There are so many fronts of this war to focus on but I made the COLB my little pet project, and following an old pattern it got smooshed and is now being “resurrected” with more momentum than ever. But I’ve NEVER seen how it can be effectively resolved…and by its legal nature it almost must be, and soon…without social chaos. At some point, IMO, critical mass will be reached and it seems to be accelerating.

  2. COMMON LAW. That which derives its force and authority from the universal consent and immemorial practice of the people. Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (1856 Edition)

    COMMON, a. . . . Common Law, in Great Britain and the United States, the unwritten law, the law that receives its binding force from immemorial usage and universal reception, in distinction from the written or statute law. That body of rules, principles and customs which have been received from our ancestors, and by which courts have been governed in their judicial decisions. The evidence of this law is to be found in the reports of those decisions, and the records of the courts. Some of these rules may have originated in edicts or statutes which are now lost, or in the terms and conditions of particular grants or charters; but it is most probable that many of them originated in judicial decisions founded on natural justice and equity, or on local customs. An American Dictionary of the English Language (1828)

    LAW, UNWRITTEN, or lex non scripta. All the laws which do not come under the definition of written law; it is composed, principally, of the law of nature, the law of nations, the common law, and customs. Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (1856 Edition)

    LAW, n. . . . 11. Unwritten or common law, a rule of action which derives its authority from long usage, or established custom, which has been immemorially received and recognized by judicial tribunals. As this law can be traced to no positive statutes, its rules or principles are to be found only in the records of courts, and in the reports of judicial decisions. An American Dictionary of the English Language (1828)

    LAW, STATUTE. The written will of the legislature, solemnly expressed according to the forms prescribed by the constitution; an act of the legislature. Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (1856 Edition)

    STATUTE, [L., to set.] 1. An act of the legislature of a state that extends its binding force to all the citizens or subjects of that state, as distinguished from an act which extends only to an individual or company; an act of the legislature commanding or prohibiting something; a positive law. Statutes are distinguished from common law. The latter owes its binding force to the principles of justice, to long use and the consent of a nation. The former owe their binding force to a positive command or declaration of the supreme power. Statute is commonly applied to the acts of a legislative body consisting of representatives. In monarchies, the laws of the sovereign are called edicts, decrees, ordinances, rescripts, &c.
    2. A special act of the supreme power, of a private nature, or intended to operate only on an individual or company.
    3. The act of a corporation or of its founder, intended as a permanent rule or law; as the statutes of a university. An American Dictionary of the English Language (1828)

    STATUTORY, a. Enacted by statute; depending on statute for its authority; as a statutory provision or remedy. An American Dictionary of the English Language (1828 Edition)

    LAW, WRITTEN, or lex scripta. This consists of the constitution of the United States the constitutions of the several states the acts of the different legislatures, as the acts of congress, and of the legislatures of the several states, and of treaties. Bouvier’s Law Dictionary 1856 Edition.

    LAW, n. . . . 10. Written law, a law or rule of action prescribed or enacted by a sovereign, and promulgated and recorded in writing; a written statute, ordinance, edict or decree. An American Dictionary of the English Language (1828)

    Common law. The unwritten or non-statute law. Ballentine’s Law Dictionary (1916 Edition)

    Statute. A legislative enactment. Ballentine’s Law Dictionary (1916 Edition)

    “We may go further and say . . . that not only is the common law necessarily in force here, but that its authority is superior to that of the written laws.” State of Ohio v. Lafferty, Tappan 81 (1817)

  3. Unfortunately for us here in Canada, we have no such thing as Creator endowed rights; only rights that can be limited as ‘prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.’

    “Rights and freedoms in Canada

    1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.”


    And then there’s the unfortunate maxim ‘those who do not defend their rights have no rights’

    Our elected official pretend we’re free (sovereign) although no bill cam become law until it has received royal assent. The queen is our commander and chief (head of state) and her viceroy federally and provincially is the Governor General (similarly in every commonwealth realm that I am aware of).

    The GG serves as the nations prior for the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (The Church of England version of the Knights of Malta). Not to mention the control exercised through the Queen’s Privy Council (with notable members such as Maurice Strong and Paul Desmarais) in combination with the Security of Information Act to ensure (legislate) that nobody in executive branch will tell you the truth.

    My God never said anything about saving the queen.

  4. Rights and freedoms in Canada

    1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

    That is terrible. Get out of Canada. No rights endowed by our common Creator. Rights are subject to “reasonable limits.” A democracy (majority rule) telling you what rights are reasonable and unreasonable by law, after all, Canada is a “democratic society.” Democratic means “pertaining to democracy; favoring democracy, or constructed upon the principle of government by the people” (Webster 1828). Get out of that democracy and move to our republic. Democracy is not synonymous with liberty.