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    New DOJ Website

    Just wondered if any of you have noticed the new DOJ website.

    Gone is the nice flag and a new quote has been put up. If post is out of place feel free to move it where it belongs.

    "The Common Law is the Will of Mankind Issuing from the Life of the People"---C. Wilfred Jenks

    This quote is at the top of every web page. You can also access the site in Spanish if you wish.

    What a bunch of BS socialism.

    Link: http://www.justice.gov/

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    According to U.S. House documentation, the quote is one of the multitude of statements engraved outside the Justice building in Washington. The full phrase is, "The common law is the will of mankind issuing from the life of the people, framed through mutual confidence, sanctioned by the light of reason.''
    that "socialist" quote has been engraved on the building for a long time now
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    "Department of Justice employees say the quote originates from British lawyer, C. Wilfred Jenks, who back in the late 1930s and after World War II was a leading figure in the "international law" movement, which sought to impose a global, common law, and advocated for global workers rights. Jenks was a long-time member of the United Nation's International Labor Organization, and author of a number of globalist tracts."

    "It was Jenks's efforts that helped make the ILO a tool of the socialist and communist movement," says one of the DOJ lawyers. "We used to joke about how fitting it was that this was Janet Reno's favorite quote to use in speeches, and now the Obama folks think it encapsulates out department's mission."

    Link: http://spectator.org/archives/2010/0...l-justic/print

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob66 View Post
    "Department of Justice employees say the quote originates from British lawyer, C. Wilfred Jenks, who back in the late 1930s and after World War II was a leading figure in the "international law" movement, which sought to impose a global, common law, and advocated for global workers rights. Jenks was a long-time member of the United Nation's International Labor Organization, and author of a number of globalist tracts."

    "It was Jenks's efforts that helped make the ILO a tool of the socialist and communist movement," says one of the DOJ lawyers. "We used to joke about how fitting it was that this was Janet Reno's favorite quote to use in speeches, and now the Obama folks think it encapsulates out department's mission."

    Link: http://spectator.org/archives/2010/0...l-justic/print

    Bob
    It would sort of be nice if all of you complaining took a few moments to actually learn what "common law is," how it functions in our society, how it actually is the backbone for settling business and civil disputes and that it has nothing whatsoever to do with socialism as our common law came here from England long before the term "socialism" was invented.

    It might actually help if some of you actually learned what the words socialism and communism mean. And do make sure to note that there is no mention of capitalism, socialism, communism, fascism, or any other "ism" in our constitution.

    Bob66 is upset that the quote he dislikes originated (perhaps, if the claim is correct at all) from British lawyer, C. Wilfred Jenks.

    Cool. You are perfectly free to have whatever opinion of him or anything else you wish, but common law is indeed the will of the people through the light of reason. It is the legal precedents, opinions, and dicta of generations upon generations of judges back through antiquity literally to pre-Christian ancient Rome. It is, in short, our legal system.

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