Chapter 4. Statutory Laws: Examples of Option Power
Universal Laws vs. Statutory Laws
Capitalism, Socialism, Communism, and Other “-Isms” 
Example Option 1: Protecting Natural Resources (5th Amendment Takings) 
Example Option 2: The Cannibalization of Corporations (Statutory Seizures) 
Example Option 3: Basic Human Rights
Optimizing Resources
Leading by Example: Tunisia and Iceland

Example Option 4: The Green Deal
Example Option 5: Electing a U.S. President Based on Majority Interest
The U.S. Government Vehicle

Chapter 5. The Four Rights Required in a Democracy
1. The Right to Communicate
2. The Right to Options
Leadership Options
Action Options

3. The Right to Decide
Leadership Decisions
Action Decisions

4. The Right to Accountability

Chapter 6. The 1st through 10th Amendments (U.S. Bill of Rights) 
The 1st Amendment: The Right to Communicate Accountability Information
Self-Accountability: Religion
Group Accountability: Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petitioning
If Money Is Protected by the 1st Amendment, Stop Paying Taxes
Nonviolent Communication vs. Violent Communication

The 2nd Amendment: The Right to Bear Arms, including the Internet
Armed with the Internet: The Arab Spring
The Internet Shutdown in Egypt, Libya, and Syria
The Keyboard Is Mightier Than the Gun
Net Neutrality: Four Threats to U.S. National Security

The 3rd Amendment: The Right to Accountability Regarding Perpetual Government Intrusions
Sentinel Soldiers
Trapdoor Laws

The 4th Amendment: The Right to Accountability Regarding Temporary Government Intrusions
The “Consent” Exception to the Warrant Process

The 5th Amendment: The Right to Accountability over Life, Liberty, and Property
Deprivations of Life
Deprivations of Liberty
Secrecy Laws and Sensitive Information
Deprivations of Property: Whistleblower Process
Taking Assets from Corporations
Self-Incrimination Protections: Miranda Warnings

The 6th Amendment: The Right to Accountability in Criminal Proceedings
1. The Right to a Speedy Trial
2. The Right to a Public Trial
3. The Right to an Impartial Jury
4. The Right to Vicinage
5. The Right to be Informed of Accusations
6. The Right to Cross-Examination
7. The Right to Call Defense Witnesses
8. The Right to Assistance of Counsel

The 7th Amendment: The Right to Accountability in Civil Proceedings
The 8th Amendment: The Right to Accountability Regarding Punishment
The 9th Amendment: Rights Are Not Limited to the Constitution
The 10th Amendment: All Other Powers Are Reserved to the People
Turning Rights into a Reality