Tuesday, May 25, 2004


Move to South Carolina and re-colonize with like minded Christians.

Move to New Hampshire and re-colonize with like minded Libertarians.

Use "I" statements to voice your personal opinion to at least one new person every day and during public meetings with your local government.

Sample of a template that is typically used:

When _______, (describe the action or event)
I feel/felt _______, (betrayed, confused, etc.)
because _______. (Use facts.)
I would appreciate _______. (Have a realistic plan.)
How can we make this happen? (Establish a record of commitment.)

(Use the same pattern to encourage positive actions.)

Assist minor party candidates with whom you agree with their petition requirements for ballot access.

Consider Constitution Party candidates.

Assert your First Amendment Right to redress by joining the We The People class action lawsuit.

Saturday, May 22, 2004

Update on the Realities of the democratic process in a two party system.

As most of my readers know I recently embarked on the task of collecting the signatures of registered electors ("voters") on "Nomination Papers"; a process required by the Commonwealth in order for minor parties to gain 'ballot access' for their nominees in the November, 2004 election. The party for which I am collecting the signatures is the Constitution Party. The Constitution Party offers Pennsylvanians, and our nation, a slate of Constitutionally correct candidates who will be held accountable to their oath of office: Not their political affiliation!

I'm posting this blog to let you know what I have observed during this signature gathering process.

- The phenomena of "peer pressure" is just as prevalent in adults as it is in children.

- Many (not all) "pro-choice" abortion advocates choose (by not signing the petition) to withhold candidate choice from "pro-life" advocates.

- Most (again, not all) self-identified "Capitalists" reject the
Constitutional principles of Life, Liberty, Property and Happiness for themselves, and others who choose to engage in Capitalistic activities without liens and license.

- Gun Control advocates seem to sincerely believe that disarming sane, law abiding people, and hiring (sometimes unionized) others to protect them will somehow make their community safer. (I wonder where they think those hirelings will be if it's the hireling's own family that's being threatened?)

- Most (almost all) people think that Federal Reserve "bills" are Constitutionally sound units of currency.

- Although people are upset with taxes and IRS collection tactics, most have never questioned whether it is them, or foreign corporations that are lawfully liable to pay the tax.

- Concerned conservationists really believe that responsible resource management cannot take place within their local communities unless tenets of the United Nations' "Biodiversity Treaty" and "Agenda 21" are implemented by statutes, liens and penalties.

- Education, media, and government employees - at all levels of employment - appear to fear reprisal if they were to sign a petition that would allow Constitutionally correct candidates to be on a ballot. Some even seem uncomfortable to be seen talking with me.

Nevertheless, I will continue to collect signatures for ballot access for the Constitution Party's slate of nominees - including myself for Congressional District 10 - from now until July.

If you are a registered voter whose behavior doesn't fit any of the above observations, your signature is needed. Your willingness to assist in the preservation of what is left of the democratic process of our lawful Constitutional "republic" will most likely be appreciated by future generations. Look for me at local gatherings in the 10th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, and check out the party's platform and candidates at www.constitutionparty.com.

Additionally, I'd like to extend a warm "Thank you!" to all who wrote in my name for the Democratic ballot position for Congressional District 10 during the recent Pennsylvania Primaries. I would also like to thank the employees at the Lackawanna Election Bureau for investigating why two of those write-in's were not recorded at the poll location, and for someone at the Department of State in Harrisburg for posting Nomination Papers to me on May 19, 2004.

Veronica "Niki" Hannevig
Simpson, Pennsylvania

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Political Realities For Minor Party and Independent Candidates.

Several days ago Doug Kenline suggested that I blog daily updates about my experiences while participating in the democratic process for the Pennsylvania District 10, Congressional seat. I made this decision when I realized that Congressman Sherwood, a Republican and member of the Board of Directors of the United Nations Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania, was running un-opposed in the primaries.

The weekend before the Tuesday primary I asked friends, relatives and acquaintances who are registered Democrats to write me in. I sent e-mails and randomly passed out about 100 computer generated business cards that had the correct spelling of my name. After the primary I checked with the county Bureau of Elections for the results from my local area. I was told the total was 2 short of what I knew for sure should have been the total. In checking the envelope from that precint, it was clear that the paper from the back of the voting machine was not included. An investigation of the machine was requested by the county Bureau and it was found that there was, indeed, two additional write ins bearing my name. If I were to request an investigation of the machines in other precints in the 10th Congressional District I would have to pay $50 per machine for the investigation.

Additionally, "Nomination Papers" are used to collect a predetermined amount of signatures from registered "electors" (who have not signed someone else's Nomination Papers). The signatures are needed to petition the Bureau of Elections for ballot access for nominees. I requested the papers by fax on May 5th and began to follow up about the papers on the 11th. According to the receptionist at the Department of State in Harrisburg, there is only one person, Adam, who handles the requests for Nomination Papers at the Bureau of Elections.

Adam told me on the 11th that "seventeen" papers were sent to me on the 7th. On the 13th I called Adam and left a message advising him that I had not yet received the papers.

On the 14th I spoke with Adam and he said he had sent another seventeen, that day, by way of regular mail.

On the 17th Adam was not in the office and I left a message for him with Jonathan.

On the 18th I obtained a form from the Post Office to initiate a lost mail tracer on the 34 papers and called Adam to assist me in filling out the information required by "sender". Adam seemed reluctant. When I asked to speak to someone in his building's mail room, Adam told me he would have to check to see whether that was something he was allowed to do.


After ending my call with Adam, I called the main number for the Capitol Comples and had no problem obtaining the number for the mail room in the building that houses the Bureau of Elections. From the mail room person who answered, I received the information I needed and submitted the form to the USPS this morning.

Fortunately I do have some Nomination Papers (Petitions) that were hand delivered to me from party headquarters. These papers are started for Lackawanna, Wayne, Wyoming, Bradford, Pike, Susquehanna and Monroe Counties. There is room for 110 signatures on each paper and although the total I need is about 1,050, my goal is to obtain in excess of 2,000. As the simple math will show, neither of these totals will be met without the Nomination Papers that Adam said he sent.

By the way; the phone number for the Constitution Party is 1-800-2-VETO-IRS. For "politically incorrect" buttons and T-Shirts check out Live Free or Die.

Friday, May 14, 2004


Click on C-span's Washington Journal

Scroll down and click on: Washington Journal Entire Program (05/11/2004)

Then slide over to the 1:57:00 (1 hour, 57th minute) time segment.

Author, Sthephen Mansfield is being interviewed. His book is "The Faith of George W. Bush".

Listen for awhile. Take note of the "spin". Then answer for yourself the following question:

How does President Bush's religious beliefs differ from those he demonizes?

Do you desire lawful representation in your government?

The Constitution Party still needs signatures for ballot access in many States.

If you're a registered voter, contact your state affiliate to find out where you can sign the petition for your State.

In 2004, it's not about "Politics" and "Religion". It's about "Statesmanship" and "Spirituality".

Truth and integrity are the ultimate weapons for an army of one.

Monday, May 10, 2004


I was recently nominated by members of the Constitution Party of Pennsylvania to run for a seat in the House of Representatives; Pennsylvania Congressional District 10. The incumbent is Republican Congressman Don Sherwood; Member of the Board of Directors of the "United Nations Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania" (UNA-USA).

Currently, I'm in the process of collecting signatures for ballot access. My preference is to gather signatures and votes from the quiet, unassuming, liberty loving people who are deep within our local communities. I'm not interested in fund raising and accessing the typical political resources, such as high priced advertising and media attention.

If you are one of those liberty loving people in northeastern Pennsylvania and want your voice heard in Congress assembled, I need you to coordinate a gathering of qualified electors for petition signing purposes. You can contact me at: vhannevig@juno.com to give me a few tentative dates for this petition signing meeting at a local restaurant in your county.

Unless my name gets on the ballot, there is little chance that I'll be elected. - - - Thanks.

THE U.S.A. vs U.S. INC.

Lawless America

Constitution Lobby

"It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error."

Justice Robert Houghwout Jackson (1892-1954) US Supreme Court Justice American Communications Association v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382, 442 (1950)


I, Veronica Ann; Hannevig born in the United States of diplomatic representatives by hereditary succession of the Kingdom of Heaven, claim the property, rights, privileges and immunities granted to me and my heirs by hereditary succession by Our Father, Yahweh, the Creator and sovereign ruler of the heavens and the earth and all that is in them.

Let it be known that I and my heirs in succession claim sovereign immunity for debts and penalties incurred and imposed by execution of any adhesion or unconscionable instrument, contract or deed enacted by any entity, government or corporation.

(See Barron's Law Dictionary, 1996, [ISBN 0-8120-3380-9] for the definition of all words and phrases used in this notice. See "citizen" for definition of "diplomatic representatives".)


An Essay on the TRIAL by JURY by Lysander Spooner

It cost the owners of the Federal Reserve $.09 to print a "bill" of any denomination.

When a worker receives $10.00 for his/her labor the owners of the Federal Reserve profit $9.91!

Another +/- $2.00 (20%) Federal Tax is demanded by agents of the IRS on behalf of the owners of the Federal Reserve.

As I calculate it, with the present use of "bills", for each $10.00 of a working man's labor his debt to the owners of the Federal Reserve is approximately $11.91.

Should laborers acqueiesce by chip or plastic card to a totally cashless economy, profits for the owners of the Federal Reserve will increase exponentially approximately $12.00 for every $10.00 of a man's labor! This debt will be passed on to his descendants until they choose to rebel; or, the owners of the Federal Reserve do the honorable thing and reconcile their debt to the laboring man and his descendants.

Today we are at the threshold of a democratic, volunteer, optimal form of indebted servitude, wherein none who oppose it will be able to buy or sell.


America is merely a geographic location wherein has been sown wheat and tares; and dwell sheep and goats.

What's in your DNA?

Fire burns tares, swords slay goats, and the Word of Truth set us (sheeple) free.



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