- Updated C.V. or Resume of Attorney Carl E. Person
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- My Other Politically-Oriented Websites
- My Antitrust Websites and Book
- My Prosecutorial Abuse and Criminal Law Websites
- Additional Websites for Attorneys and Small Law Firms
- Additional Websites for Small Business
- Miscellaneous Websites
- My 6 Self-Help Pamphlets
- My 3 Paperback Books
- 19 Articles for My Losers Magazine
- My Press Releases
- 11/05/07 Lawmall Index Page - to Compare
Carl E. Person
225 E. 36th St Suite 3A
New York NY 10016-3664
Tel. No. - 212-307-4444
Fax No. - 212-307-0247
Email Address: email@example.com
Here are links to two YouTube 1-hour interviews I had recently with Harold Channer.
LawMall - a Unique Website for Antitrust and Civil Rights Litigation and Needed Political Reform
1st Pub.: 1995; New Look 11/11/07; Last Update: 01/07/09-4:00 am
Explanatory Note as to Lawmall Website Development; Website Search Technique
My name is Carl E. Person, and I am an attorney located in New York, NY. I started this website in 1995 and have made hundreds of changes from then to the present, including Lawmall's new look (using "php") and website search feature (as of 11/11/07). When I started using professional programmers, I started using new URL's, but I still consider these "independent" websites part of my Lawmall. Many of my most important websites are not under this "Lawmall" structure, but I'm including them in the various lists below. Most of my Lawmall websites are pure HTML websites, which I'm gradually changing. My newer, professionally-programmed websites generally have or will have independent domain names. Regardless, I include both types in my list below, to try to have one place where I can refer to most of my websites.
Searching for Website Material I Have Published
To search this lawmall website for my own material, I use a search engine such as Yahoo, MSN or Google. I search for "Lawmall" + "Topic" such as "lawmall jury nullification".
All I do is put the word "lawmall" before what I'm searching for, and I could generally find what I'm looking for. Try it using a major search engine. Search for "jury nullification" (562,000 hits") and then search for "lawmall jury nullification" (only 8 hits). You don't have to use the quotation marks.
A SELF-ASSESSMENT OF MY ACTIVITIES
Prior to Internet, I published two books (one book, published by Doubleday, sold 60,000 hardcover copies) and several articles. Internet encouraged me to write and publish many more times on a broad range of subjects. I am trying to provide access to most of the subjects through this single home page of lawmall (including the options in the left sidebar).
I have gone from writing about problems into writing about solutions. The solutions generally are not legal solutions, because the courts increasingly refrain from enforcing what in past years we considered our "rights" as citizens, residents, employees, homeowners and small business owners. As a result, I have turned to practical political solutions. I emphasize the word "practical" because I don't waste my time thinking about writing proposals to amend federal or state constitutions, or writing proposed statutes for enactment by Congress or state legislatures. I leave this to the highly-paid lobbyists who have been instrumental in stealing the United States from its lawful owners, through providing incentives to our elected officials to enact statutes, rules and enforcement policies that transfer the nation's wealth to the world's largest corporations, and deprive Americans of their standard of living and meaningful jobs. My hat is off to those of you who have worked hard to ruin America. You have done a great job, and your family will at some time recognize you for what you have done.
Meanwhile, there is a job to be done in trying to restore the United States in a variety of ways, such as in its economy, standard of living, a competitive and representative news media providing news needed by the public to make meaningful political and other decisions; health care availability and quality, oil prices, educational costs and opportunities, freedom from prosecutorial abuse and other governmental oppression, absense of major voter fraud, just to list some of the areas of concern.
I have two basic solutions: The first is to reform the economics and quality of life of a single town in the United States, to create a model for reform which in theory should spread on a grass-roots basis to most other towns and villages in the country. Currently, I am doing this with a town I am calling "Hopeless, Indiana". Hopeless and I are implementing my concept for a "Town Attorney General", a tuition-free equivalency college (and remedial programs) for town residents; an area-wide payroll administrator to reduce the costs and time required for small businesses (and households hiring babysitters or domestic workers) when trying to comply individually with the federal, state and local payroll withholding and insurance requirements; and finally, we're going to try to sell the unused hours of town residents by registering residents and their tasks on my "task marketplace" myclads.com, and then advertise the database of "One Million Offered Tasks" to the 25-mile radius surrounding Hopeless (i.e., in a 2,000 square mile area), with the expectation of getting $25,000 to $50,000 in earnings per year for the average participating town resident.
Note: I am looking for a town or group within a single town or village in the U.S. willing to spend $25,000 for a drive to register residents on a dedicated town website I will create, assist them in listing their tasks and goods they wish to buy or sell (hopefully an average of hundreds of tasks and goods per resident) and then advertise those tasks and goods to the 75,000 square miles (75-mile radius around the town) and bring in perhaps $250,000,000 in revenue for town residents - assuming a town of about 10,000 population. Any town should jump at the chance of spending $25,000 for the purpose of bringing in $250,000,000 of income to its residents. If you, the reader of this paragraph, would like to start the ball rolling in your own town, please call me (Carl Person, 212-307-4444) and let's plan how you and I can go about doing this.
The second solution I propose is Internet based, through the creation and use of email mailing lists to serve as the nation's news media, to provide the news needed by the public to select, nominate, support and elect candidates who will represent the interests of voters rather than the interests of the top 1% of the economy, including the nation's and world's largest corporations.
I feel that by creating free websites of value to voters, I and others can create email lists of voters to enable voters to get weekly emails of information not being provided to them by the monopolized media. These email lists can be used to identify and promote the right type of candidates for public office, and help to get them elected, in competition with the main media who are highly successful in finding, promoting and electing tweedle-dum and/or tweedle-dee, with the election of either being acceptable to the economic forces controlling the United States and the major media.
New York State offers an excellent opportunity to achieve political change from the ground up, through New York law that permits voters in towns, villages and cities throughout New York State to enact laws themselves, provided the laws include the financing needed. These laws, however, are not allowed to change the office of the prosecutor or the office of the county clerk. For 29 proposed statutes which should be enacted by NYC voters please look at my website 29 NYC Statutes for Enactment by NYC Voters in "Ballot Initiatives"
If voters can pass laws in spite of their elected legislators, voters can start seeing an improvement in their position. For example, in NYC the mayor (Bloomberg) is attempting to force "congestion pricing" down the throats of voters, motorists and persons living outside of Manhattan. I have prepared a ballot-initiative petition which, if adopted by NYC voters, would declare congestion pricing illegal. See my petition at Petition to Make Congestion Pricing Illegal in NYC. Also, see my website against congestion pricing, at Website against Congestion Pricing in NYC.
Another problem I'm working on is trying to make work more meaningful and more valuable to voters and residents. We should not become a nation of Wal-Mart associates, at $8.50 per hour, no benefits, and a 28-hour workweek. You can't live on $12,376 per year (28 x $8.50 x 52) before or after taxes. One of my solutions (discussed partially under "First Solution" above) for the problem of our diminishing base of good jobs is to have a national database of tasks that each website user would like to perform for money, with a 75-mile ZIP Code radius to enable the providers of the tasks to be found in the geographic area in which the tasks are to be performed. Take a look at my website www.myclads.com (meaning "My Classified Advertisements"). Through community use of this website, the community can create a vibrant economy for its members, and persons living in the surrounding area. The persons who are benefited from this new income are more inclined to listen to the persons providing them with new income - as to political matters - than the persons responsible for taking away their standard of living. This seems to be a key to political change, perhaps hard to grasp by everyone, but there nevertheless. You can compare the situation to the "ward healers" in NYC from the 1790's to the 1960's (see Wikipedia entry for "Tammany Hall"). The political wards had "healers" or "ward healers" who took care of the people living in the ward (really, a welfare system), and could count upon them to vote for the candidates being supported by the ward healer. This is a bottoms up approach which is needed in the United States at this time. We need to get more money to most of the voters by giving them greater earning opportunities, and www.myclads.com seems to be the way to do this.
During 2012, I ran for U.S. President, but failed to obtain nomination by the Libertarian Party, the 3rd largest party in the U.S., in spite of my demonstration of how 20,000,000 high-paying jobs can be created, easily, in the U.S. by adoption of the 3 reforms needed for achieving full employment. By the way, President Obama or his immediate staff must have looked for ideas he could adopt because on April 6, 2012 he signed into law a statute drafted by him two weeks earlier which enacted (among other things) the first of my 3 proposed reforms. Take a look at my website (carlperson2012.com) to see the 3 reforms needed for full employment. I'll bet that you are unable to name any of the 3 reforms, which is why we have massive unemployment. The public is not being told the real reason for unemployment.
I need some help in accomplishing these objectives, and if you are interested in getting involved, please let me know, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org