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    Opening Call Lessons

  • February 11, 2013 -- Student success story and learning to go to your brother (20:58 )
  • February 4, 2013 -- Understanding conditional acceptances and responding to law enforcement (30:15 )
    Do you really know the truth? Who prepared your paperwork? (The Admin Process) Gordon reflects upon a case where a student was asked "who prepared your paperwork?".How to reply to an civil lawsuit instead of admitting or denying. Learning more about how to speak with law enforcement.
  • January 28, 2013 -- Success Stories with Federal agents and court proceedings (45:18 )
    Benton tells the story of his being confronted by about 6 Federal agents and how he handled it. Be careful how you deal with them. They will reflect your own attitude back to you so be civil and courteous. Do not assume ANYTHING when dealing with agents. Be prepared to write things down during encounters. Karen had a success in asking for a 40 day continuance in court proceedings. Karen was reading from a cue card and the Judge challenged her on her actual knowledge of the proceedings. Doug was successful in court but did not recognize it at first. Doug was also well versed in his conditional acceptances. Doug learned to ask for and Admissible administrative record (not hearsay). More discussion on the administrative process.
  • January 14, 2013 -- Over Coming Fear (32:02 )
    Student, Happy, tells of her phone call with a prosecutor after receiving a letter invitation to call him.Happy learns how to go toe to toe with a prosecutor and win. Gordon recommends the movie "Green Lantern" as a lesson in overcoming fear.
  • January 7, 2013 -- The new A process (25:27 )
    The new A process takes advantage of the "Hearsay" rule. New information on who we should be getting our agreement from. Words of encouragement from Gordon in having faith, especially with the new process. Recommended reading by "Abel P Upshur" Review of Judge Stories Commentary. More on contracts and the importance of study.
  • December 17, 2012 -- New Students tell of their experiences and lessons in court (55:22 )
    Scott learns to relax in court because of Gordon's coaching and prevailed! Jim tells of his criminal case with the IRS in US District court. In Jim's case, Gordon lays out a new approach with arraignment hearings. Gordon also divulges a method of filing documents for a status hearing even after the filing deadline had passed. This method also serves as a serving of papers upon the filing clerk. Jim faced a possible contempt of court simply by introducing himself. A enlightening discussion on why he was facing these threats and what was done to correct it. Know when the judge is acting as the watchman on the wall. Learning how to deny the court jurisdiction and when. Know who is responsible for moving your case!
  • December 10, 2012 -- Learning about arrests (35:18 )
    Reading from the "Treatise on Arrest and False Imprisonment". Gordon gives a warning about resisting arrest legal or not! More cautions about how to act on the roadways in a State owned vehicle.
  • December 3, 2012 -- A lesson on settlement- Understanding the financial tools of settlement and negotiable instruments (1:13:41 )
    Important to read "As a Man Thinketh" every week. Getting the right mind set is important to your success. A brief report on Sid's ongoing success. Do bonds have the same effect as cashiers checks? A background on financial instruments and understanding why we can use them. What constitutes money? 3 Kinds of money: Fiat, credit and commodity money. Gordon reads a letter from the State's Treasurers office and gives a lesson on the importance of using accurate language. If you do not use precise language, you may not get the results that you are looking for. Brandon Adams joins in the call. Gordon and Brandon discuss what "Acceptance" means and understanding who you are and what you have done. A very inspirational lesson on the importance of learning and knowing who you are.
  • November 26, 2012 -- The rules of the game of life-The continual fulfillment of contracts (44:59 )
    Is the word "contract" the same as the word "Agreement"? A recommendation of books to read to learn contracts. Story of how to deal with Police on the street. Adversity is an opportunity to learn everything and to live a great life! Tommy's story of learning how he volunteered to go to jail for not rebutting a judge's offer.
  • November 19, 2012 -- Knowing your different names and how the work in court and transcribing Freds court case (40:12 )
    Knowing the difference between your various names. a new way to enter court without playing the "Name Game". Who can "move" the court. Introduction of the "Aggrieved and Accommodated Party Defendant" court introduction. Reading of the transcript of Fred's case. Gordon discusses the many lessons of this case.The dangers of making statements in court!
  • November 5, 2012 -- Students success stories and lessons and the appreciation for the ruthless democracy and lying attorneys (50:11 )
    Fransisco and Fabiola worked to open a restaurant only to find that they were not able to due to fraud committed by the landlord. With Gordon's help, they were able to obtain remedy and start over again. David was facing a criminal charge and learned many lessons from Gordon. A discussion on the Republic versus Democracy and the true nature of government.The responsibility that a Sovereign must take to be free and the appreciation of a ruthless militant government.Reminder: the courts are CLAIMS courts. When entering, you better have a claim.
  • October 29, 2012 -- Students court stories and pep talk on study and operating in court (21:30 )
    What is acceptance? When a student,Dan, gave papers to the opposing attorney, does that creat acceptance? Knowing the difference between the different named entities and how to enforce the record in court. Warning about liening judges.
  • October 22, 2012 -- Success stories (29:15 )
    Michael tells of his success with multiple indictments against him and his wife and friends. Shawn, from Australia, was facing charges for failing to fill out a census report and contempt charges in court. Settling contempt charges are very important. Gordon's friend and his inability to "Hold his mud". Jack, who went to trial and lost, was facing sentencing and was able to postpone the sentencing hearing so as to exhaust the administrative process.
  • October 15, 2012 -- Students lessons in court and republic pep talk (39:15 )
    Learning from students experiences in court. The first student learns, after court, of the mistakes that he made that lead to his failure. It is important to learn the rules of court and to listen to the case call. The case they call may not be the case you are expecting. The second student learns the lesson of staying on point. Do not allow the court to distract you from your purpose. The third student learned the importance of rebutting the presumption that he was the ALL CAPS name and was there after arrested. The fourth student learns the lessons of keeping his probation contracts. Gordon gives a pep talk on how to be a responsible creditor in the republic and not to be governed by fear. Please read James Allen on "As A Man Thinketh". Gordon talks more on his time in prison.
  • October 1, 2012 -- Understanding when you are winning and Sids other success stories (40:29 )
    Your wins will not be allowed to be shown on the public records. Sid tells the details of his success despite the disbelief of his business partner co- defendants. The judge can do anything until you come in with a claim. Sid has finally learned how to win in court and to defend his business by going to his brother (The administrative process). The key to winning is understanding that contracts rule the world.
  • September 24, 2012 -- How to deal with Government agents and lessons from students (11:24 )
    Gordon gives the example of his girlfriend who had to dealwith government agents. You must practice full time. Good examples of how to deal with Police.You need to study and learn the principles of contracting. More information on what is ok to do when in jail.
  • September 17, 2012 -- Student tells of her success with drug charges removing herself from jail (36:39 )
    Student maintains her conditional acceptances and prevails. Debtors get lied to in the public. If a public servants lips are moving, they are most likely lying. When in jail, anytime they give you ANYTHING, give it back or that is a contract. Student also describes her encounter at a traffic stop where she was arrested and held for 5 days. Learn the dangers of making statements in court. The reason why we now longer write acceptances across the front of the charging instruments.When the student does not get what she wants, she asks herself "What did I do wrong" instead of blaming the system.
  • September 10, 2012 -- Lessons from students in court and jail and new info on the B process (19:10 )
    Lessons from students who made mistakes and from those who learned to do it right. A student did not do his homework in a timely manner and ends up going to join, later he learned his lessons and held his own in court and won. Another student demonstrates his ability to request a contiuance in court.A student demonstrates the pitfalls of arguing and why we need to act as a patient creditor. Gordon gives more information on the new "B" process.
  • August 27, 2012 -- Lessons from a student in jail (23:10 )
    Learning from a student in jail who makes continuous errors. The dangers of asking questions and the importance of your "Come From" and being careful what you say on the jailhouse telephone.
  • August 20, 2012 -- Lessons from students- Criminal cases (46:33 )
    Anyone can face criminal charges, EVEN IF YOU ARE INNOCENT! Student charged with a Marijana charge and his landlord wants to evict him for it. Students learns how to deal with the landlord. Also, learning more about finding the original charging instrument in the court record, endorsing and defending the endorsement from charges of defacing the file. Prisoner receives charging instrument but does not know what to do with it.
  • August 13, 2012 -- Lessons from students (22:43 )
    1 Student checks the court file for charging instrument for endorsement. Student faces charges of arson even with no evidence. Develpoing study habits with mantra cue cards.
  • August 6, 2012 -- Dealing with dishonored payments in a criminal case (14:57 )
    Also numerous mantras for dealing with a criminal case. How to dress when you see the clerk of the court. The importance of learning, practicing and knowing your mantras.
  • July 30, 2012 -- Debras incredible court success story (23:04 )
    Debra was facing contempt charges in court and prevailed! Debra gives her experience on how to study to prepare for court.
  • July 23, 2012 -- Benton Hall and FBI encounter (16:31 )
    Benton Hall, Gordon's son, displays incredible competence in the face of an FBI questioning.
  • July 23, 2012 -- Freds success story in court (13:10 )
    Fred goes into detail of his experience in criminal court.
  • July 16, 2012 -- Develop your come from (22:04 )
    In depth lesson on your "Come from". Where are you coming from and what is your motivation? Approaching your adversary in a peaceful manney can bring you many valuable benefits. A good IRS "Come from" and proper use of the social security number. A story of a Police encounter where the driver AFVed the orginal charging accusatory instrument.
  • July 9, 2012 -- What is a contract (15:05 )
    In depth lesson on what a constitutes a contract.
  • July 2, 2012 -- A lesson on Government (24:04 )
    A lesson on our Government and why it is perfect as it is
  • July 2, 2012 -- Why our Government is so good (6:29 )
  • June 25, 2012 -- 01 A lesson in faith (12:15 )
    Remember to have faith in yourself, the process and know that you have rights! The Government can not do just anything they want. You do have rights. What is an implied contract?
  • June 18, 2012 -- Learning lessons from students experiences (31:26 )
    Traffic issues. Student expresses his gratitude to Gordon for his priceless coaching. Government always does things correctly and you must be properly educated to obtain your freedom. Brandy tells how his attitude has changed about governemnt while working with Gordon and Creditors In Commerce. Court cases that have defined what the UNITED STATES is. Brandy continues to tell of his successes with dealing with the Labor Union. What is the old definition of FEDERAL?
  • June 11, 2012 -- You must learn how the democracy works (10:18 )
    You must learn the basics of how the democracy works. What is a slider. Understand that the democracy does it right every time.
  • May 29, 2012 -- Lessons from Students (14:01 )
    Student from jail held his own under pressure. 2 20 year olds dealing with court cases.The court suggests another way to ask for a continuance. Student has difficulty due to having an appeal on file and learning from his mistakes. Judges want you to succeed so help them. Student assists the judge and wins favor with the court. Story of a student caught with marijuana in a straffic stop. Gordon advises on the best way to handle the situation. The importance of always acting as a competant creditor and coming from the correct position and attitude.
  • May 21, 2012 -- Success stories (22:28 )
    Sid holds his own against Mercedes Benz lawsuit. The Bossinghams continue the course. Where do you live? Do you have a divers license, social security number ect? You need to know who you are!!! You also need to do regular study and practice EVERYDAY! Constitutional amendment that there is voluntary servitude.
  • May 7, 2012 -- Lesson on operating in court and reviewing errors (40:14 )
    In depth example on operating in court, reviewing errors and simple misunderstandings. also including information on the foreign judegment. Story of the Bossinghams. 40 minutes
  • April 30, 2012 -- Court success stories and lessons (34:27 )
    1. Story of Christina and her foreclosure and how Gordon helped to keep her out of jail. Important lesseon: do not touch anyone. 34 Minutes Herold tells about how he prevailed over the CRA (Canadian IRS) in court. More lessons on what not to do as well. More lessons on holding the faith while under the pressure of court.
  • April 23, 2012 -- Understanding the nature of commercial law and who you are (45:29 )
    1.Gordon tells the story of a husband and wife in Federal court and their successes and failures. 2. Also gives the sad story of an airline pilot who was not able to overcome certain mental obstacles. 3. Gordon reads from the bible a lesson on how your thoughts make you what you and the importance of controlling your thoughts.The importance of building your repertoire of conditional acceptances. It is all offer and acceptance. 4. The story of a young man facing DUI charges and how he got off with Gordon's letter and the things that judges look for. James Allen "As a Man Thinketh" reading once a week is a must! 5. Commentary on Schaffer Cox 45 minutes
  • April 16, 2012 -- Stories and lessons from students (32:32 )
    Fred tells of his story of dealing with the Sheriffs office. Fred recounts errors that he made and new understanding of when to leave. He learns to improvise and wins the day and acts like a creditor. Gordon tells the lessons of a student in jail. The 4 things courts look for when working with defendants. Learn to listen to the court, they are telling you what you need to improve on. Bentons interaction with Police.
  • April 9, 2012 -- Further discussions on Johnny Sundays case (39:00 )
    Further discussions with Jonny Sunday on the administrative process with his court case. Gordon addresses the issues that Jonny encountered while in court and they engage in a role play exercise. Important to address the underlying civil contemp issues before moving foraward. Addressing the concerns of the court as to the protection to the public. Why explains why the Governement is perfect.
  • April 9, 2012 -- Jonny Sunday court success story (28:09 )
    Jonny Sunday gives an extensive acccount of his experiences in court regarding his case.
  • April 2, 2012 -- Relaxed court edicate contract basics and traffic ticket info (11:57 )
    How to answer if the judge ask you if you are going to be at the next hearing.
  • March 26, 2012 -- Pep talk on what it takes to succeed (23:22 )
    Gordon pleads with students to figure out what it takes to believe in the program and what it takes to succeed.
  • March 19, 2012 -- Lessons from students (23:29 )
    A student learns to be "helpful" with the prosecuting attorney in his cout case and a lesson on the consequences for failure to study. Gordon addresses a question on how to respond to an inquiry by Governement agencies and why you do give direct answers to questions.
  • March 12, 2012 -- A lesson in faith (18:33 )
    Gordon mentions the dangers of the now popular EFT process. Have faith in the process and in yourself. Gordon gives examples of students in court.
  • February 27, 2012 -- Students tell detailed experience in criminal court (51:49 )
    1 The Bossinghams give full details on their experience in court while exercising the principles they learned from Gordon. Gordon tells of his story in court for someone else (Fireworks!). also how to sign court documents without liability. Contracts must be voluntary and with reasonable expectations. 51 Minutes
  • February 21, 2012 -- Your conduct makes the contract (25:46 )
    The 2 overiding Public Policies regarding contractng. The story of a woman with a frozen bank account that Gordon helped. Story of a traffic stop. Dangers of listening to neighbors and friends for advice.
  • February 6, 2012 -- Lessons on traffic stops Police encounters improved Admin process and understanding contracts (33:38 )
    Leave the traffic stuff alone!! Lessons from 2 students who had encounters with Police and the basic nature of contracts.
  • January 30, 2012 -- Lessons from students experience in court (23:38 )
    Lessons from students day in court to face criminal hearings. Students experience an extensive exchange with a judge in the hearing. Listen carefully to what the court and opposition is telling you. Pay attention to all charges civil and criminal charges. There may be more than you realize. Quotes and comments on the nature of contracts. A few words on "Accepted For Value".
  • January 23, 2012 -- 10 commandments of court procedure (42:45 )
    Gordon discusses the basic rules to rememberabout commercial court. Discussion of what constitutes a contract. What constitutes a signature? Becareful of your "come from" as it may get you hurt. Remember to check the docket sheet daily and avoid emergencies. Information on how to to complete a tax return as a creditor.42 Minutes.
  • January 16, 2012 -- Canadian students court story and coaching review (1:08:16 )
    Student in Canada was in court facing a prosecutor that made him an offer to go to jail. A study of his mistakes. Be careful of starting an argument. More about handing over documents to the court and how to handle documents in court. Rememebr to make a call for action. 1 hour 8 minutes.
  • January 9, 2012 -- Students success with international criminal case in Mexico (1:03:59 )
    Student Gary, working in the International banking industry, was arrested by INTERPOL in Mexico and details his experience of being interrogated by authorities. Gary credits his success to Jack and Gordon and their coaching. He demonstrated exactly who he was and his knowledge of contract law. 1 hour 3 minutes.