The Georgia Assembly
In the American system, the flow of power comes from the bottom up, not the top down. The fundamental unit of government in our system is the family. The most important discussions of public policy and law take place around the family table. So, if you think of the Assembly as a gathering point for all those family government units, you will get a sense of how our Assembly process works. All members of our Assemblies are equal participants. Some members have offices to fulfill, which are simply jobs that need to be done.
In our zeal to restore the de jure government of the people and to exercise the power of self-government, that we are heir to, we have to overcome years of indoctrination and institutional abuse by the top-down government agents, who are in fact, under contract to serve us.