There are five boxes to use in the defense of Liberty: The Soap Box, the Mail Box, the Ballot Box, the Jury Box, and the Ammunition Box. Please use them in that order.
The Jury Box
It is the responsibility for every American who is able to serve on a jury, and who is called upon to serve on a jury, to serve their public duty. Many people try to get out of their responsibility, but it is essential that not only do you serve, but you understand the importance of serving.
The Founding Fathers gave us one last power against a tyrannical government: the jury. While a corrupt government may introduce laws through the Legislative branch and then enforce them through the Executive branch, We the People retain the ability in the jury box to nullify a law we feel is immoral, unjust, unfairly applied, or unconstitutional.
Since our legal system is based upon precedent, a jury that delivers a not-guity verdict on a defendant who has broken an established law therefore nullifies that law.
When sitting on a jury, your duty is to judge not just the guilt or innocence of the defendant, but also the morality, the just application, and the constitutionality of the law that was allegedly broken. This job should not be taken lightly, and therefore your attendance at jury duty is vital to the preservation of liberty.
We believe that the Jury Box is currently our last hope of preventing us from forcing us to the Ammunition Box in defense of our liberties and freedoms. The two main political parties are -- for all intents and purposes -- the same. Both parties have sold our freedom and liberty for the sake of power. Our last recourse is to defeat their oppressive laws in the courts.
Because of our strong belief, we have set up a separate website, jurybox.org. Please visit it for more information on jury nullification, and ideas on how you can help spread the word about it.