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Intro to Dr. Schroder's Work

Dr. Eugene Schroder has found the key to why our Constitutionally guaranteed rights are violated daily. It's the insidious use of "emergency powers" meant to be used only in time of invasion of rebellion.

Dr. Schroder proves with the government's own documents that the Constitution has been effectively set aside since 1933. Eleven presidents, both Democrat and Republican, have used emergency powers for the last 62 years to regulate our daily lives without the inconvenience of Congressional approval. The definition of "emergencies" has been stretched to include economic problems, social imbalances, and perceived threats to the US by any foreign country's actions, even those on other continents.

Senate Report 93-549, written in 1973, says "Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency...Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the president may: seize property;...seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication;...restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens."

The president can act through Executive Order, Presidential Proclamation, or through his many agencies, which include most of the alphabet agencies.

The framers of the Constitution asserted that Americans have certain inalienable, God-given rights. But under emergency rule, all these rights are declared null and void. The government charges us for these rights by requiring licenses and excessive paperwork, with strings attached, as long as restrictive and ill-defined requirements are met.

Dr. Schroder's landmark research is documented in two books: Constitution: Fact or Fiction ($14.95); War and Emergency Powers Special Report ($20.00); and three Videos made at different times ($20 each) More details in Book Section.

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Upcoming Events - Dr. Schroder's Speaking Schedule

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Who to Contact by State

These people are interested in preserving the Constitution. We are tightly focused on Constitutional issues only. Quantum leaps to belief that these people do or do not support any particular group or political agenda are not justified.

Tom Scarboro
Ralph Winterrowd, 907-269-7001

Karen Gentry, 805-664-7244
Joe Allen
John Quaid, 805-256-4083
Charlena Alden


Dr. Eugene Schroder, 719-787-9958


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Dick Breneman, 407-869-0011
Steve Williams
Bill Orwa, 305-968-7358 or 407-750-9157

Dr. Ronald S. Carlson, 808-988-2529 or 808-735-0282
Dennis Ragsdale, 808-247-8655

Ron Donaldson

Doug Dyson, 219-982-4765
Jack Smith

Ed Petrowsky, 316-546-2465, e l [email protected]
Dave Schecter

Tom Wayne

Mike Bigalk, 507-932-5720

Dave Trockman, 406-847-2246

Terry Rowse, 308-348-2077

Dick Carver, 702-377-2175
Chuck Horn

New Hampshire
Ed Brown

New Mexico
Clay Douglas, PO Box 2016, Tijeras, NM, 505-296-4415, [email protected]
Kay Stone, 800-782-0359

New York
Harry Dombeck, 717-836-8044
Mark Darling
Jerome Smith, 10599 RT 20 West, Ripley, NY 14775-9746, 716-736-3834

North Carolina
Rodney Miller, 704-328-9365
Michelle Fordham, 919-523-8800

Nelson Bernauer, 216-273-3189
Larry Russell, 800-837-0866

Derrell Freck, 405-626-4476

Dave Sibling
Randy Johnson
Volney Morin Phone (541) 469-9328,
e-mail [email protected]

Harry Dombeck, 717-836-8044
Joyce Rosenwald

South Dakota
Francis Rhodes, 605-495-4394
Lana Moeller, 605-853-2692

Bobby Goodson, 423-878-4093

Al Adask, 214-418-8993
Tinker Spain, 817-569-4582
Dr. Patricia Braun, Richardson, TX

Ruth Kaiser, 801-298-0858
Glen Donaldson

Bill Delashmutt, 804-877-7315 or 804-877-1753
Dr. Gary Amos, 804-463-8169

Bev Wicks, 206-862-5773

Bryon Dale, 612-925-6199
Harvey Annis

*** If you would like your name listed. Call Dr. Eugene Schroder at 719-787-9958 or email him at [email protected]

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Books, Audios and Videos Available from Buffalo Creek Press

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War and Emergency Powers Related Material

Constitution: Fact or Fiction , $14.95
by Dr. Eugene Schroder with Micki Nellis

Fascinating story of how war and emergency powers
have been used to set aside the Constitution for the
last 63 years. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. 264 pages, trade paperback.
ISBN 1-885534-06-X. Go to Book Review.

War & Emergency Powers Special Report, $20.00
Actual government documents proving Dr. Schroder's
claims., with explanations. 8 1/2 x 11, 153 pages, softcover.

War & Emergency Powers Video, $20.00
Dr. Schroder explains war and emergency powers
at 3 different events. 2 hours each. Specify (1) Original
(2) March 18 at Dallas, TX (3) National Common Law
Grand Jury in Wichita, KS June 5, 1995.

War & Emergency Powers Audio, $ 5.00
Dr. Schroder on audiocassette. 90 minutes

Other Provocative Books

Makin' It on the Farm by Micki Nellis, $ 2.95
Alcohol Fuel is the Road to Independence
Step by Step Guide to Making Alcohol Fuel

Guns, Crime & Freedom by Wayne LaPierre, $22.95
A great collection of facts and statistics related to
gun control. Foreword by Tom Clancy. 263 page hardback.

Logan and the Duck PatrolGreat New Childrens Book

Logan and the Duck Patrol

by Micki Nellis/Anton Uhl, $14.95
Grammas and children 3-8 love this beautifully illustrated
story of Logan, with a little help from his Gramma and friends,
saves an entire flock of ducks.
8 1/2 x 11 32 page hardback.
ISBN 1-885534-04-3.

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Constitution: Fact or Fiction
Book Review

by Dr. Eugene Schroder with Micki Nellis

The Story of the Nation's Descent from a Constitutional Republic through a Constitutional Dictatorship to an Unconstitutional Dictatorship

Buffalo Creek Press, Cleburne, TX 76033. ISBN 188553406X. $14.95

Explains how the president can send 500,000 troops to fight overseas with or without the consent of congress, how he can bail out the Mexican economy over the objections of the American people, and why we have lost our Constitutionally guaranteed rights. The government's own documents prove the case.

Constitution: Fact or Fiction

Through the insidious, yet steady encroachment of "emergency powers," the government has achieved the ability to rule by statute or decree, without the vote or consent of the ruled.

Senate Report 93549, written in 1973, said "Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency."

It goes on to say "A majority of the people of the United States have lived all their lives under emergency rule. For 40 years, freedoms and governmental procedures guaranteed by the constitution have, in varying degrees, been abridged by laws brought into force by states of National emergency. In the United States, actions taken by government in times of great crisis have ... in important ways shaped the present phenomenon of a permanent state of National emergency."

And further "These proclamations give force to 470 provisions of Federal law. These hundreds of statutes delegate to the President extraordinary powers, ordinarily exercised by Congress, which affect the lives of American citizens in a host of allencompassing manners. This vast range of powers, taken together, confer enough authority to rule this country without reference to normal constitutional process.

"Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the President may: seize property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication; regulate the operation of private enterprise; restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens."

The US constitution provided for the president to be granted emergency powers in times of war or enemy attack. The fatal flaw in the constitution, however, is that the only provision to end emergency powers is for the president to declare the emergency ended. Once the president has these powers, he himself must relinquish them. Eleven presidents, both Democrat and Republican, have failed to reinstate the constitution and give up these emergency powers. Today we see the president and entrenched bureaucracy passing rules through the executive branch's many agencies without challenge from congress or the judicial system, originally meant to provide checks and balances.

The emergency powers clause was included in the Constitution so that a president could legally assume all powers in case of rebellion or enemy invasion if the public safety required it, and was intended to be terminated immediately at the end of the crisis.

Through a maze of political maneuvers, the emergency powers granted to President Roosevelt in 1933 have become part of the U.S. Code as permanent everyday powers. America has continued under the "constitutional dictatorship" of war and emergency powers to this day, more than 60 years later.

In reality, under this "constitutional dictatorship," the people have no rights except those granted by the government. Under our constitutional government, the people retained all rights except those specifically granted to the government.

Government has grown so big, so unreachable, that the ordinary citizen has no chance to influence it. Even those with clout and political savvy, such as state governors, are stymied.

The US government today, with its inflated bureaucracy, political posturing, and ineffectual programs, would be a laughingstock if it weren't for the sinister side arbitrary seizure of property without proven cause by many government agencies, ruthless invasion of privacy, federally mandated but unfunded programs that are choking the states' right to rule themselves, an unsound money system based on debt, and de facto economic depression for the last 10 years. A growing separation between "haves" and "have nots" makes a powder keg on a slow fuse.

Today most Americans have not been taught the constitution, have never enjoyed the constitutional rights for which our forefathers fought a revolutionary war, and know that something is terribly wrong with government but have no idea what to do.

The writing is clear, concise, and easy to understand. The subject is compelling.

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