Understanding Freedom of Religion Using The 1st and 14th Amendments

Freedom of religion is one of the most cherished rights in the United States. It’s right up there with free speech, and both of them are enshrined in the 1st amendment of the Constitution. However, just as freedom of speech doesn’t mean you can say anything you like free of consequence, freedom of religion doesn’t mean … Read moreUnderstanding Freedom of Religion Using The 1st and 14th Amendments

The 1st Amendment Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means

How many times have you been in an argument with someone, or just criticizing their opinions, when they come back with, “I have freedom of speech, I can say what I want!” Well, far from being the argument winner we all think this is, someone who pulls out their first amendment rights as a shield … Read moreThe 1st Amendment Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means

Understanding The 14th Amendment

We’re all familiar with certain parts of the Bill of Rights. We all know, for example, that freedom of speech is one of the main parts of the 1st amendment, that the 2nd amendment gives us the right to bear arms, and that the 5th amendment is a favorite among old-time gangsters taking the stand … Read moreUnderstanding The 14th Amendment

Find the Proper Legal Solution with ProAdvocate Group

ProAdvocate Group is Private Membership Association that provides phenomenal privacy protection. ProAdvocate Group was founded in April 2003 with a mission of instructing and implementing principles of making the law work for you and not against you. With over 41 years of unprecedented success, we are here to help you find the proper legal solution … Read moreFind the Proper Legal Solution with ProAdvocate Group

Incorporation Doctrine of 14th Amendment

The Constitution and its Bill of Rights are often seen as the cornerstones of personal liberty and freedom here in the United States. But for a while, the Bill of Rights only applied to federal, not state, cases. That’s right – until as late as the 1920s, states did not have to abide by the Bill of … Read moreIncorporation Doctrine of 14th Amendment

The Fourteenth Amendment and Citizenship

The Constitution makes several references to United States citizens but didn’t originally spell out the qualifications for citizenship. It also refers to citizens of states, a concept which is still valid even if we don’t think much about it.It wasn’t until the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment in 1868 that the Constitution guaranteed anyone citizenship. … Read moreThe Fourteenth Amendment and Citizenship

Alternative Medical Services Protection

Have you wondered how you can practice very hopeful alternative medical procedures without illegal investigations and sanctions by licensing boards, federal and state governments, regulators, and law enforcement officials? Private membership association is key to attaining Alternative Medical Services Protection. Properly formed private membership associations guarantee freedom of assembly and speech under the first and … Read moreAlternative Medical Services Protection

1st and 14th Amendment Defined

Shockingly, many Americans within the United States do not understand the rights granted to them by the constitution. If you ask a typical U.S. citizen to explain the amendments, the conversation would be long and full of Internet searches. Yet, the entire way of life in America is governed by laws written into the constitution. … Read more1st and 14th Amendment Defined

Private Membership Association & Alternative Medicine

Practicing alternative medicine in the United States is a risky business with a heavy-handed government continually harassing, investigating, and sanctioning these businesses through medical boards, law enforcement agencies, and state attorney generals. Fortunately, the ProAdvocate Group has the solution: establishing a Private Membership Association (PMA). A PMA applies to unlicensed/licensed/formerly licensed medical practitioners and medical researchers … Read morePrivate Membership Association & Alternative Medicine