The Law Sovereignty - Patriot Studies


SAINT GERMAIN AND PORTIA'S Mystical Role as Directors for the Aquarian Age - Book 3 of a Trilogy
Roman Law : The Twelve Tables
Brief by the Republic of  Texas vs. The United States (book and disk)
Medusa File, The : Crimes and Coverups of the U.S. Government

Sovereignty - Patriot Studies


Jefferson's Letters
Catalog #: SKU1258

Everyone has probably heard from someone else or another author what Jefferson said and what his opinions were. Now read, for yourself, directly from Jefferson's letters and get the feel of what the founding father thought and felt. This book was scanned from a century old book, and we make no apology for the varying quality of print in the book. It is a facsimile of a very old book.

Judicial System Of Texas : Enduring Laws Of The Republic Of Texas
Catalog #: SKU0742

2 books in one volume - The jurisprudence of Texas is in many respects different from that of any other country. It is a resultant of the combined forces of the Civil and Common law. For centuries these two great systems of jurisprudence have controlled the governments of Southern and Western Europe, the Civil law having its sway over the Latin, and the Common law, over the Anglo-Saxon and kindred peoples. In connection with them in their several jurisdictions has grown up the splendid civilization of Europe.

Catalog #: SKU0762

3 treatises in one volume : TEXAS FROM THE FALL OF THE CONFEDERACY TO THE BEGINNING OF RECONSTRUCTION : STATE FINANCES OF TEXAS DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION - In the last days of the summer of 1863 Major John Tyler, son of an ex-President of the United States, and at that time an aid on the staff of General Sterling Price, C. S. A., was making the slow and toilsome journey from his headquarters at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, to Austin, Texas. This had been a disastrous summer for the Confederacy.

Law of Intellectual Property
Catalog #: SKU0754

An Essay On The Right Of Authors And Inventors To A Perpetual Property In Their Ideas - "... the principle of individual property... says that each man has an absolute dominion, as against all other men, over the products and acquisitions of his own labor."

Law of Nations
Catalog #: SKU2056

THE Law of Nations, though so noble and important a subject, has not, hitherto, been treated of with all the care it deserves. The greater part of mankind have, therefore, only a vague, a very incomplete, and often even a false notion of it. The generality of writers, and even celebrated authors, almost exclusively confine the name of "Law of Nations" to certain maxims and treatises recognised among nations, and which the mutual consent of the parties has rendered obligatory on them.

Catalog #: SKU0855

The three interlocutors all of them speak in the character of old men, which forms a pleasant bond of union between them. They have the feelings of old age about youth, about the state, about human things in general. Nothing in life seems to be of much importance to them; they are spectators rather than actors, and men in general appear to the Athenian speaker to be the playthings of the Gods and of circumstances.

Laws of Manu : The Code of Hammurabi
Catalog #: SKU0836

2 Books in One Volume: "The Laws of Manu" is the English designation commonly applied to the "Manava Dharma-sastra", a metrical Sanskrit compendium of ancient sacred laws and customs held in the highest reverence by the orthodox adherents of Brahminism. The discovery of Hammurabi's Code has raised him to a leading place in the roll of the greatest men of antiquity. This wonderful document was unearthed partly in Dec., 1901, and partly in Jan., 1902

Catalog #: SKU1141

That great LEVIATHAN called a COMMONWEALTH, or STATE (in Latin, CIVITAS), which is but an artificial man, though of greater stature and strength than the natural, for whose protection and defence it was intended; and in which the sovereignty is an artificial soul, as giving life and motion to the whole body

Catalog #: SKU2308

The modern State is the distinctive product of a unique civilization. But it is a product which is still in the making, and a part of the process is a struggle between new and old principles of social order. To understand the new, which is our main purpose, we must first cast a glance at the old. We must understand what the social structure was, which-mainly, as I shall show, under the inspiration of Liberal ideas

Life of George Washington Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America
Catalog #: SKU0103

This is a book that will give you a real understanding of the story the Bible tells. No one can read Primogenesis with gaining a fully comprehensive view of the remarkable revelation of the Divine Plan for the human race, beginning with creation and climaxing in the triumph of a great restoration when justice, equity and peace will be the portion of all who dwell upon the earth.

Life of Thomas Paine; Apostle of Liberty (2 Books 1 Volume)
Catalog #: SKU3602

FROM time immemorial men have observed the natal days of their gods and heroes. A few weeks ago Christians celebrated the birthday of a god. We come to celebrate the birthday of a man.

Line in the Sand
Catalog #: SKU3363

You've heard the Governor of Texas mention it. You've heard state legislators talk about it. You've heard the media ridicule it. Now look at this Texas movement from within. The Texas Nationalist Movement's President, Daniel Miller, opens the movement's reasons and strategum to gain independence of Texas for all to see.

Line in the Sand (Ebook Edition)
Catalog #: SKU4075

You've heard the Governor of Texas mention it. You've heard state legislators talk about it. You've heard the media ridicule it. Now look at this Texas movement from within. The Texas Nationalist Movement's President, Daniel Miller, opens the movement's reasons and strategum to gain independence of Texas for all to see.

Magna Carta
Catalog #: SKU3482

Perhaps the most extensive commentary, research and review of the Magna Carta

Man versus the State
Catalog #: SKU1213

The New Toryism, is of primary importance just now, because it shows the contrast between the aims and methods of early Liberalism and those of modern Liberalism. In these days we hear a great deal about Liberalism, Liberal principles and policies, in the conduct of our public life. All sorts and conditions of men put themselves forward on the public stage as Liberals; they call those who oppose them Tories, and get credit with the public thereby. In the public mind, Liberalism is a term of hon our, while Toryism - especially "economic Toryism" - is a term of reproach.