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Clifford Johnson is a semi-academic naturalized Brit. He first entered the U.S. as a rah-rah Harkness Fellow. For theater, language, and also as a questionable ex-Brit, Johnson adopts a Tom Paine II persona. His activist credentials comprise serial terminations of employment and pro se litigations raising public policy questions.

Johnson claims to be the only person who has sued the Comptroller of the Currency for a failure to regulate a national bank -- the Bank of America -- which he did in the early 1980s.

Johnson's 15-minutes of fame came in the mid-1980s. Then a manager of computing at Stanford University, he sued the Pentagon, challenging the constitutionality of its nuclear hair-trigger "launch on warning" posture, for riskily and unconstitutionally delegating the decision to initiate nuclear Armageddon to a 3-minute computer-governed military drill.

Johnson is currently challenging the Treasury and GAO in federal court, for misrepresentations as to Federal Reserve versus United States currency. The case raises novel issues of law re the government's right to lie.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, March 29, 2012
The American Crisis: Fools Fathomed Five Contemporary observations of The Supreme Court of the United States.
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, January 6, 2012
The American Crisis: To Free a Lender-Owned Nation (Part IV) Part IV of IV. Increasingly absurd and brazen tricks miss the point that concealed tax relief does not come not from the Fed.
Series: To Free A Lender-Owned Nation (4 Articles, 5495 views)
SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, January 5, 2012
The American Crisis: To Free a Lender-Owned Nation (Part III) Part 3 of 4 articles. How the GAO, mentored by the Fed and Treasury, in a series of five reports, have concealed the great financial benefits of United States currency versus Federal Reserve currency.
Series: To Free A Lender-Owned Nation (4 Articles, 5495 views)
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The American Crisis: To Free a Lender-Owned Nation (Part II) Part 2 of 4 articles. Greenbacker lawsuit against Treasury pits the right to petition against government misrepresentations.
Series: To Free A Lender-Owned Nation (4 Articles, 5495 views)
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, January 3, 2012
The American Crisis: To Free a Lender-Owned Nation (Part 1) Part 1 of 4 articles. Just filed Greenbacker lawsuit against Treasury highlights 21-year "Treasury-Fed coin-swap cover-up." The issues are introduced.
Series: To Free A Lender-Owned Nation (4 Articles, 5495 views)
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, November 10, 2011
The American Crisis: Deficit Reduction Proposal Snags Treasury Misinformation A formal demand that the Treasury promptly correct misinformation on its website, concealing the deficit-reducing capacity of US Notes.
(7 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 28, 2011
The American Crisis: A Common Sense Deficit Reduction Proposal A painless way to reduce the deficit by a few hundred billion dollars, and incidentally open the public's eye.

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