Mary w Maxwell
I'm scared to death (are you, too?) about the direction in which our dear nation is heading. We hear that there are "White Hats" coming to rescue us, but there is no sign of them yet. On May 23, Monday at 2pm, I'll sit in front of the State House in Concord to meet fellow scaredy cats. Starting in June, I'll host meetings at my home for aspiring White Hats. Or at least we can talk about what solutions we seek. Or at least we can hem and haw.
Thanks for visiting! This website was originally set up for my campaign for the Republican nomination for US president in the 2020 New Hampshire primary. The incumbent, Donald Trump, came first with 129, 734 votes, and Gov Weld came second with 12,3844 votes. To my amazement, I squeaked in third, with 929 votes. For my platform, see the Campaign page. The Books, Articles, and Videos pages reflect my research work of many years.
In 2006, I ran for Congress in New Hampshire's 2nd District -- got 11 percent of the vote that time. Now I am considering running for Congress again. My platform will be, like the name of the website -- Constitution and truth.
Mary Maxwell, born in Boston MA in 1947, graduated from Emmanuel College, and got a Master of Liberal Arts at Johns Hopkins. In 1980 she married a Scottish Australian, George Maxwell, and lived Down Under for most of the next four decades. Mary completed a PhD and a Law degree at University of Adelaide.
Maxwell is the author of books about law, such as: Prosecution for Treason (2011), Reunion: Judging the Family Court (2018), and Consider the Lilies: A Review of 18 Cures for Cancer and Their Legal Status (2013). Her most recent book is Keep the Republic, Kill the Takeover (2022) -- a free download.
Mary takes the strength of law seriously. Last year she was the plaintiff and appellant in Maxwell v Secretary of Defense -- opposing mandatory vaccination on Fourth Amendment grounds. She was the plaintiff and appellant in Maxwell v Trump -- arguing that a president cannot make nuclear war (on N Korea) without Congress's say-so, per Article I, sec 8, Clause 11 of the US Constitution.
She also sued the FBI, the Bureau of Prisons, and various officials in a civil RICO case concerning the 2013 Marathon bombing case. She was an amicus curiae in this year's US Supreme Court of US v Tsarnaev -- and would like to talk to you about that.
Mary at the corner of Tremont and Park, Boston, May 4, 2022
175 Loudon Rd, Apt 6
Concord, NH 03301