ME. YOU. A FEW OTHERS. Let’s do this.




My name is Darrell Prince. I am simple man, all I ever wanted was simple things. Government that works, people who are kind and honest, people to be working and happy and not really worried because they were doing their part, and they knew every body else was doing their part, because we all understood what we were supposed to do, and a fair idea of what other people were supposed to be doing, but we let them do it because they, show us, they know more, and it works. When it stops working, we ask them questions, and we help to make sure that things work there, and then go back to what we do, or, maybe something new, if we feel so inclined. That can be the freedom of America. Ever less paperwork, ever working to build better. This me, me, me, how bout we, we,we , and me, me.

Those simple things, and to rebuild every building in America, as energy efficent and processing, and to create standards for greenspace, and living. A database for the human race, so we can prevent disease, crime, and war. Peace amongst men. With plenty of war games, in cyber and in real space. SPACE, my dudes, SPACE.

So okay, I get it now, some of these things, not so simple. But here it is. But I also need you to realize, some things are very, very seriously wrong here. For us to be at this place, with so much, and so much discord, and disharmony, some things are going very, very wrong. And to have people saying, don’t listen to scientists. That’s crazy talk. That’s not understanding what a scientist is. I have been in laboratories, at Elan, at small HPLC (High Performance Liquid Cromotography) manufacturing- better at the QC and the systems than the bench. My parent’s met in a chem lab, making me a particular form of test tube baby. Yada, yada, scientists, are these people who look at gases in a jar. Every day, for days, taking measurements at different temperatures to see how it behaves. They predict, with a high degree of accuracy on 3-7 day increments, the weather, you check it every day. If you ask them, they would tell you, yes the climate is changing. But in fact, they are not saying that, whose fault is that, I don’t know. But we got to do better. Problems have to get solved, we have to settle issues to where people are not crazy unhappy. And the criminalization of the poor must stop Rikers Island is a travesty to the very word justice. That place is horrible. Of course people angry, lock a bunch of males up together, in a small space with nothing to do, some with guns, some without. What problem does that place solve, and what problems does it create. I will not live in a country that is the largest jailer of humans on the planet. I will not. I AM NOT PLANNING TO DIE, anytime soon, anyway, so the other thing has got to give. I don’t even want the guards in them places. There’s other things to be doing, and many other people living fine lives have done far worse and gotten away scotch free.



So, to what I am doing. That stuff is important yo, me. I have filed two cases regarding the flaws in the election systems of the United States of America, and the lack of response on Climate Change. It is far and away the greatest threat to mankind in this day and age. I have as little interest in the opinions of the men he has chosen – this is not entirely true; to them I would say the future of oil is in products and not transportation, and to be investing in polymers development. More pipelines ? There’s a lot of people using gas. Oil has it’s uses but, by and large, Wind, Solar are cheaper. Period, end of story. Today. And easily when you factor in externalities. EPA is there for a REASON. I walk through forests on an old Superfund site. You used to be able to see a ring in the trees and the plants where the poison was. It all grew back green. That stuff can last a long time, and was Egg Harbor going to clean it all up? They need expertise. Should it be taught, yes, but taking a look at problems as the occur in different states is going to give you a whole different perspective. You always have to work with other people, especially in their spaces. That is not to say you don’t need outside influences. But seriously though, on the SCIENCE, though, if you ain’t got a degree, done some real research, you don’t know what it is, and you just spoutin stuff you heard someone else say. Arrhenius wrote a book on Global Warming in 1906. Scientists don’t write books when they first hear about something. Fourier started the conversation in the 1820’s- I think. But before the Civil War. They were talking about Global Warming when people hadn’t figured out slavery was wrong, disgusting, immoral, unchristian.

People associate me as strictly being a liberal- but I, and I believe many African Americans are conservatives,and believe you me, I believe conservatives could get into Malcolm X. If a conservative who embodied Christianity, cared for land air people and water more than money, sorry, said Christian already. People got a lot of things mixed up. Obama’s more American than  Trump. His father was African, and his mother American, from WAAAY back, and qualifies for the same Sons of the Revolution or something group McConnell belongs to, people who immigrated a long long time ago. Trump is second or third generation either side.

Look, you have to know. California and Texas, were formed by Americans streaming over the border into feed on their prosperity, before driving the Mexicans out in the Spanish American War. Remember the Maine.

Driving people from homes they’ve lived in for decades for no reason. When people are living somewhere, you should have good move them.


Donald J Trump of 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, Electoral Vote leader, stated on his campaign, as did several members of the people in his campaign, announce an intention for an unconstitutional “Muslim ban”. All they are doing is trying to come up with a legal sounding way to do what they want to do which is clearly prohibited by law. Constitutional law.  There is no statistical evidence to show that either immigrants, Muslims or people from those countries  are any more dangerous than any other. And Donald Trump’s Senate confirmed Homeland Security appointee’s department turned  up no more proof that consideration of this has anything to do with “national security”any less to request some temporary exception to the law.


Constitutional law.

The very 1st Amendment to the Constitution. The most basic rights they left un specified to stabilize issues of the government, the 1st Amendment, the 4th upgrade to their legal philosophical, and statutory frameworks.

That 1st Amendment states:

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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

This business with the Supreme Court nominee not being heard by the Senate was clear cut, party over country, and disgraceful to the United States of America.

Declaration, Constitution, and Police killings


The following is meant to be a summary of my intent in the last filing to address the current crisis of law enforcement

The purpose of this case is to establish, and acknowledge the Declaration, as the core principles and definitions of governments role with respect to individual rights to be used in conjunction with Constitution, and compel the federal government to establish, a national, legal floor or base line of behaviors, and process for handling cases involving law enforcement.

My standing comes from a case in which I was beaten by police officers, but, beyond my own case, the cases of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Ramarley Graham, there is a pattern that is leading to the deaths of approximately 1200 people, which can only be the tip of an iceberg of far more brutality. Further between the doubling of the incarceration rate, and a grand jury process whose 90% indictment rate for citizens, and seemingly 0% for law enforcement, makes it seem clear that the expensive grand jury process amounts to little more than a de facto extension of prosecutorial discretion, and that that the American government is not fully in compliance with ideals it was founded upon, life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, innocent until proven guilty and speedy trial, to name a few. Further, encroachment upon civil liberties as promised, and a very real lack of justice is severely impeding the political process, leading to low voter turnouts, widespread angst and distrust of governmental systems.

In order to adjust and correct these imbalances and violations of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, as well as to restore the necessary faith in our Republic, I invoke my Declarational duty, choosing to alter the government. Because of the radical nature of reform necessary, it seems necessary to re engage the people fully in the political process, and the legal contract to which they are entered, the proscribed solution I seek is the aforementioned floor on basic law enforcement activities, national oaths to basic principles sought, and a Constitutional Convention, similar to that of NY in 1801on how the Declaration and the Constitution affects law enforcement of any kind in this country, as well as the Federal government, and to reapply for the consent of the governed, a deeper understanding of American Citizenship and to adjust said government in a manner most likely to effect their long term happiness.

Revolution Revolution Revolution



I arbitrarily choose to celebrate only Chinese New Year’s Day- An arbitrary coordinate in our path around the sun that the inhabitants choose to celebrate full solar revolution. A good time for Today’s word: Revolution

Lots of people say revolution is overdue. I agree- I’ve actually gone so far as to invoke the right to revolution myself. once by recording it on Youtube, surely as close to a public record system as we have in this day and age, and the second by application to federal court.( to think, our founding fathers fought for the right to revolution, and today we have no idea that it exists, written clearly in our founding documentation.) I think we should talk about what it is, as the clearer the picture of what you want the more likely it is that you will get to it by most philosophies, self help books, goal management leadership books, and even the practice of prayer. Also, if I were to judge the end result of say, the Bolshevik revolution, in which poor and starving people revolted (with the help of bourgeoisie) against a system of power, land and production was in the hands of a rich few royalty and some nobility that had their own games of losses and gains, but never dropped to the level of the people. It became a system of power, land and production was in the hands of a rich few elite party members hat had their own games of losses and gains, but never dropped to the level of the people. I’d say it sounds more like the third defintion of revolution below, the action of moving around a path, to get back to the same place, relatively. I would also say that a “capitalist” republic sounds a lot like a system of power; land and production is in the hands of a few wealthy and their well off employees who have their own games of losses and gains, but never drop to the level of the people.

So let’s be clear about what we want.

What is a revolution? (from Merriam-Webster on-line dictionary)

: the usually violent attempt by many people to end the rule of one government and start a new one
: a sudden, extreme, or complete change in the way people live, think, work, etc.
:a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something
: a change of paradigm
: the action of moving around something in a path that is similar to a circle to the same place

Let’s see- I am interested in the first one, mostly, violent, not so much, but the end of the rule of government we’ve had. The stuff on paper is good to me, but the implementation is spotty at best and awfully corrupt and hypocritical at it’s worst. A major problem is that so many people are unfamiliar with the basic principles behind most laws, and to which laws apply when and where, and in truth those who practice it also seem to be (not surprising as a lawyer’s job is to present a reasonable sounding argument that a certain outcome works within the law for people who have enough money to pay- an incentive problem). Self-governance requires wide spread law training. So I would say that I am for a radical re-branding of the basic concepts, as a framework to a legal revolution, building and popularizing based upon the work that’s already been done, using the national conversation and legal action to narrow the gap between the words on paper and the implementation. Once we have something that is what it says it is- we can then create something that is even better. The Declaration of Independence must take the force of law, and the definition of government’s role to the individual. What neither the Declaration nor the Constitution specify precisely is the government’s role in regulating and growing business/organizations (corporations are certainly not people, though they are run by them) as part of the functions of the people within the government. This is especially true in the realm of research and infrastructure. It is clear from practice that the New Deal legislation left many positive legacies, and that it was government spending that stimulated the economy through the New Deal, and later completely pulled us out of the depression with World War II, because funding doubled, and the government running the economy was officially ok. It is worth noting with 91% nominal tax rate on the rich, the US experienced the largest economic expansion in human history, not getting the next tax cut until Kennedy. Nuclear energy, for better or for worse, came in to the world born by US government bills. Taxes were very much higher on the wealthy. The interstate highway system built by Eisenhower was a great thing for our country. That was then.

The government is spending more than ever, and what we got for it? NSA spying on the people, at 200k average salary- mostly people doing nothing but watching or listening to people doing normal people things . A trillion two for “victory” in Iraq. A government that is the largest purchaser of drugs, with the most expensive price for drugs. We can do better than that.

And talking every little thing to death, the Affordable Care act is a small step toward something which clearly works better. Health care is easier to get, and cheaper in other countries- why is that? .Health care costs are crazy- somebody had to try something to fix it. We need to let it settle, because we have other things to talk about.
Big things like climate change, like an American designed nuclear reactor is leaking into the Pacific ocean in our ally Japan, like an American weaponized nuclear stock pile that could power all of America for years and still take out every major city in the world with redundancy.
How the land of the free can have a higher percentage of people in jail than any other place in the world, with lower violent crime rates. How there can be more empty homes than homeless people?
Violent crime tends to spring from joblessness and money problems- Idle hands are the devils playthings.
How we look at things needs to change as well- I agree, we probably shouldn’t be paying people to not work or go to school- what about doing skills analysis and job recommendations, and shifting people into temp, part time work on projects for the government instead of simply paying them to job search from home?
I do think it is time to ask a large part of Congress to resign, retire.
Approval ratings less than 10%. More importantly, I think the minimum wage fight illustrates the problem- Congress has been receiving automatic “Cost of Living” increases in their wages. 4% per year, an increase of pay 110% (needs citation)since the year the most recent (1992) amendment took effect, which said that Congress may not change their pay in between terms. In other words, all of Congress is in violation of any reasonable definition of the Constitution. Minimum, (living) wage has increased by little more than 50% over the same time period.
There also needs to be a federal investigation, and public hearings regarding the rise of college education costs. The cost hikes are absurd, leaving people in mountains of debt by their 21st birthday.

: a sudden, extreme, or complete change in the way people live, think, work, etc.

This I am very interested in; even with the idea that I must be a better example. Especially with that idea. Making better use of what we have, taking only what we need and working to make our world better, happier and healthier. Making love a part of everyones life that wants it or needs it, which is everyone. Better balances with nature, less trash, and almost everything recyclable. Real ideas about what wealth is, and how much is enough- many here are drowning in their stuff. Everybody’s learning, which also slows birth rates down.

:a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something

government. What it is supposed to do, what are our roles in it, what’s good,what’s bad. What do we have in common, what do we need, how do we make sure we are getting back something good for our money. What kinds of people do we need in it? Is it more random folks, or genuinely intelligent people, who plan, negotiate and discuss. Do we need Congress to be 80% male? Can we have some folks who are educated in urban design, resource management, engineering, math or science?

: a change of paradigm

YES! YES! YES, please. A new truth, a way of looking at the world that takes us from thinking the sun goes around us to us around the Sun. Boy that must have been a mind flip for anybody remotely smart.
Can you imagine anyone blowing your mind like that, on something so fundamental? Today we take it as a fact, despite that it’s unlikely you know anyone who could discern the difference. (It is known, Khaleesi.)

: the action of moving around something in a path that is similar to a circle to the same place(also called periods)

The third I am also not interested in. Well, I am interested in better understanding periods, which is generally speaking what that form of revolution around the sun, is a year, which has it’s weather cycles. I have this theory that anything you do (with others) that you can measure through one cycle, can conservatively be done 50% better in the next cycle, depending on how well you measure that which you are doing against your goals.***
What I was not interested in, was doing that whole Bolshevik thing again, going through a great lot of motions just to end up with something that also doesn’t work that well, with the illusion of choice(I will say that towards the end at least, I would think Soviet Russia was better than the prior nobility, though)

In this day and age, a widespread recognition that, by any real definition of Law, and the accepted American process of defining our major national legislative pieces of documentation, the Declaration of Independence is our basic moral law, the principles by which a government is formed, protecting the fundamental human rights, that of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness is a revolution in and of itself. “All men are created equal” is a phrase which seems to mean all individuals have the same basic rights as humans. Life I take to mean protection of the whole being, from things which would interrupt or shorten length of life. (meaning threats from outside invaders, poisons, pissed off individuals, or carcinogens from next door neighbors) Thomas Jefferson on Liberty: “Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.” The pursuit of happiness, is less well defined, but pursuit in those days meant more like occupation or job, so the abilty to make pursuing happiness a fundamental part of day to day living. Finally, the Declaration, the one ratified by the thirteen original Colonies, asserts a final right, a duty, of the people, to alter or abolish their Government when it becomes destructive of any of the first three. It is certain that many will scoff at the validity of the Declaration as law, or even guiding principles through which the Constitution and all subsequent laws, and outcomes of governmental action should be viewed. Certainly contrary examples, like 2/3 of a person in the Constitution, like Japanese internment camps, like mass incarceration exist as shadow on our history. Consistency of words and action is always difficult for individuals or for humankind. However, I would say that like Lincoln, Martin Luther King and Obama, that the words our nation were founded upon must be a guiding light, a set of goals, that it is time were fully realized. And when our collective belief- the same one that says that the 0’s and 1’s in our bank account translate in to greenish (blue) pieces of paper that are the ultimate expression of personal worth – is similarly imbued in the fundamental belief that people of all shapes colors, sizes and intelligences have the same rights, as small pieces of our teeming lifemass of humanity, then we will have a new age, turn a new page in the human story, a time of glory unimaginable by the creative team of Walter Mitty, Walt Disney and Buckminster Fuller. You have a choice- you can be a believer, that these are fundamental rights of human kind that have been firmly ensconced on our national heritage by people in another exciting time, and play your part in realizing this change in closing the gap between our stated goals and our implementations. Or you can be a nay sayer, who says that our rights have been compromised by the actions and inconsistencies of corruptions past and present, that a rich, vibrant nation is permanently sick and the best bet is to put your head in the sand and live without hope? I’ve made my choice, and you must make the choice that has always been yours.

*Like most people and most things- practicing what you preach is the hardest part. I have certainly been the classical example of this. But if the basics of the social contract are understood by and applied equally to all, then it eases the burden on enforcement, as most people obey willingly rules they understand and at least offer a “tsk, tsk” and the breakers break it less.
In conditioning, from child psych, behavior reinforcement- the toughest patterns to break are those that are enforced inconsistently or unequally. Why then is our criminal justice system set up that way?

**I’m recalling a specific conversation with a law school student from the Bronx, advocate for the poor, but insisted that stop and frisk was not a constitutional issue- though there’s already Ohio vs. Terry which says it is, and as though no one should have the right to search people unless they happen to be walking down the street in a tough neighborhood.

*** Be interesting if that was a corollary effect of Heisenbergs uncertainty principle