June 4, 2012
-- This Dismissal comes after Months and Months of delays. The case is a simple Rights Case wherein the Plaintiff charges that Life, Liberty, Property, Privacy, Equal Employment Opportunity, and the Tenth Amendment Rights of both the States and the People are violated by actions of the Federal Government acting via Money Power to force the passage of State Laws which damage both the Plaintiff himself, and all Americans. The Federal Government has attempted to justify this injustice under the Precedent of Dole v. N. Dakota, but Mr. Crandall holds that such justifications are not sound.
Eldorado Publishing is watching thsi case because the Plaintiff, John S. Crandall is the Author of the Book "Down and Out in the Tennessee Hills" from our House. He is involved in a Court Fight versus the United States Federal Level of Government for exceeding their Constitutional Powers, acting unjustly and irresponsibly with the Federal Power, violating Rights clearly enumerated in the Bill of Rights, and breaking the Law rather blatantly in many places. Mr. Crandall says that he is called by his Duty as an American Free Man to oppose these actions, and that despite complications created by an unjust Dismissal he will continue to press this case on Appeal. We here at Eldorado Publishing are proud to have Mr. Crandall as one of our Authors, and as a fellow American.
Mr. Crandall's new Book "Why Democracies Fall to Marxism" will be rolling off of our presses soon. He appears to be very disappointed and disillusioned by the fact that the original Federal Court did not do him Justice under the Law. He is an American Patriot, and we will be watching as he continues to try to save his Country from a Government falling all too often to error and illegal actions.
The new Book is a work of Political Philsophy which is very sound and traditional in many ways whilst breaking new ground by expositing New Theories relative to Marxism and its effects upon Western Systems of Democracy. Eldorado Publishing highly recommends both books to readers with any interest in Politics, Government, or Justice. We will continue to try to keep the Public up to date in ways that the Press at large often fails to do through our Press Releases here on PRlog.