by Anna Von Reitz
You are in the same boat as many Americans -- confused, angry, wanting to do something, but not knowing what to do or how to do it. This is primarily because you were never taught anything valuable about how your government is supposed to be organized and operated or why.
The short answer is to organize township (or parish), county, and state unincorporated jural assemblies. That is Job One, and the good folk of Michigan and the good folk of Colorado and Florida and Georgia and Texas have already done the trail blazing for everyone else. As a result, you can use their guidebook published by the Michigan General Jural Assembly as a template to organize your own local jural assemblies.
What is a jural assembly? It is an unincorporated association of free men and women who organize in support of the public and organic law of these United States (the states holding the land jurisdiction) to enforce the same; they elect the local Assemblymen, for the townships and counties, and the county Assemblymen, then meeting, compose a state jural assembly.