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When Mrs. Powell asked Benjamin Franklin: “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” Mr. Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.” However, it is impossible for the people to keep our Constitutional Republic if they remain ignorant of the law and its history.
For that reason, in March of 1993, a small group of people privately formed Team Law as a private organization dedicated to preserving our nation through self-education in: Law, its history and language. Accordingly, our purpose is to help people learn how to learn the law through their own firsthand study of the law itself and its history.
Only by so studying the law from its source can anyone actually learn the law and know they understand it correctly. Only by so learning the law can we: obey, honor, sustain, comply with and/or apply the law. Only by so applying the law can we work together to keep our Constitutional Republic and save our nation.
As a newly formed private organization, Team Law needed funding to meet its expenses. That funding was acquired through private loans and philanthropic grants.
As Team Law successfully helped its Beneficiaries learn how to learn the law (from its source; through personal firsthand study) those beneficiaries recognized their desire to support Team Law with their own private grants, freely donated to support Team Law for the work we had already done.
The word about Team Law began to spread: first, by word of mouth from active Team Law beneficiaries; then, by radio interviews with Team Law's Trustee; and, by invitations to seminars, etc.; finally, by people discovering our internet presence, etc. As the word spread others discovered Team Law's work and wanted to get involved.
Accordingly, Team Law has always been privately funded either by loans or grants made by private donors. All such donors are always informed [and respectively understand] that, as a private organization, Team Law is not and cannot be considered either a charity or a non-profit organization for tax deduction purposes; as such, grants made to Team Law are not tax deductible.
When supporters and others witness the work Team Law has performed, the resource Team Law has become and/or the help Team Law gives, they want to grant additional funds to support Team Law for the work we have already done.
Though we support our government with fullness of mind, might, heart and strength, our allegiance, above all, is to: our Creator, our families and the principles defined in our nation’s founding documents. We believe the Constitution of the United States of America is an inspired document, designed and penned by devout men to form our Constitutional Republic form of government and to limit it in accord with those principles to preserve the rights of the people and their God given inherent nature. We believe the fact that our Government and our Constitution are today hanging by a thread is self-evident and that to save them we must learn the truth about our Law, our Government and our History; then, we must legally, lawfully and honorably take appropriate action, by applying the law, to preserve them.
We provide our website as a resource for our beneficiaries and as a means for others to learn about the work we have done. Accordingly, when anyone desires to privately grant resources to so support Team Law for the work we have already done, we welcome their supportive privately donated grants. To arrange to make such a private grant, please either: call us.
To learn more about such private grants and their relation to the privilege of nominating Team Law Beneficiaries, click this link: Nominating Beneficiaries.
Again, as a private organization, Team Law is privately funded from private donations granted by private donors. All such donors must understand that as a private organization Team Law is neither a charity nor a non-profit organization; and as such, grants made to Team Law are not tax deductible. Respectively, Team Law does not accept donations for any charitable organization.
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