Here is a narrative walk through the top level subpages of this site. You told me that you couldn't understand my "filing system" and I am supplying you with this explanation for your aid therein with the hope that you will advise me of how you would change it to make it more user friendly for researchers of all levels of acumen. sRJ
The Opening screen is the root URL. All other pages are accessed by extensions therefrom (more than 3000 web documents by one count).
"Up Yours Congress" where folks go to contact Congresscritters about their political dirt and other outrageous affairs everywhere.
HANDS OFF THE NET! is the page where I lead the charge against Internet censorship. [The Families Against Internet Censorship originally required members to have minor children in their home until I applied (I am a bachelor), and when they saw my CV they changed! I also was one of the original Plaintiffs in the Philadelphia suit against the first CDA.]
SmokeIn deals with the issues of relegalization of marijuana and smokers' rights generally.
The Coffee Table is where you find liberty pamphlets, newsletters and newpapers online and continually updated.
Darkness Falls ruminates on becoming unwitting victims of the darkness that falls when individual liberty gives way to State sanctioned tyranny.
At the top of every page is a navigation bar which reads:
PURSUE takes you to my MISSION STATEMENT.
JUSTICE takes you to the page that lets people know about their right generally when they serve on a jury, and there is even a copy of my winning Amicus Curae (friend of the court) brief on jury nullification. This document has already been taught at seminars and conferences across America as well as in colleges from Idaho to Texas.
VOTE takes you to my Liberty Lovers Page, and is also referred to as "The Ballot Box" which contains links for political activists, Third Party Central, as well as "The Soap Box" which contains links for "Alerting the Media."
PEACE takes you to where you can learn about and actually participate in online alternative dispute resolution (mediation), an important alternative to the inefficient, overly costly, and largely unsatisfying Government provided service of courts.
DEFEND is the Second Amendment Advocacy page, all the more important since the cameras in Seattle have revealed the real reason why the Government wants our guns.
RIGHTS takes you to "The Jury Box" containing the electronic version of my Indiana Jury Rights pamphlet which is linked in the US House of Representatives Internet Law Library for all seeking information on Aricle 1 Section 19 of the Indiana Constitution specifically and jury nullification generally. I have stopped five trials before a single juror was sworn, just by passing these pamphlets out on the sidewalk in front of courthouses. And there is a FIJActivist in your area, just look up the state coordinator in the Latest News from Headquarters page therein.
LEARN is the main page for the free online "Freedomlaw Self Help Legal Clinic" From there I have subpages addressing the areas where the majority of people come in contact with the law and its enforces, and is described as
= legal research links
= writing resources with examples as template pleadings
= oft referred to as "disorganized crime" this page is for divorcing couples
= resources for fighting vehicular offenses (defending and prosecuting)
= most folks don't need a lawyer to file bankruptcy, here are resources to help you proceed pro se
= find out the facts and fraud of the administration of income taxes in America
= this is the most important set of materials (with jury rights) you can use to thwart oppressors
= highlighting specific topics which most people need to know about the practice of law
Go to the Self Help Legal Clinic
Liberty's Educational Advocacy Forum