Alice in HOA Wonderland: recognizing HOA political governments


America is no longer a country governed under the laws of the land, but by the laws of men and the predilections of judges.  Americans are living in a society that has been reinvented by public interest firms, government officials and the courts, including the US and state supreme courts.  A society where black is defined to look like white, and white is defined to look like black.  Where what you see is not what you get – a modern version of the Wonderland of Alice, and Lewis Carroll.  Where important and meaningful philosophies and political theories are made less and less distinguishable so that everything A is like everything B. 

Where traditional legal meanings such as constitutional and private property rights have become whatever the current group in power says they are.  Where “government intervention” really means “laissez faire” government at the turn of the 20th century, or that “anything favorable to business goes”.  Where the courts have upheld the common law of equitable servitudes superior to constitutional and state laws, and, therefore, as the true supreme law of the land. 

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This can be accomplished quite easily and painlessly, if it were not for the national lobbying organization’s pursuit of its personal agenda for “laissez-faire” private governments, and its insistence on complete independence of HOAs from the judicial application of the supreme laws of the land.  Completely independent of course, except under the centralized, national dominance of UCIOA, and its derivative state laws and CC&Rs, that establish authoritarian regimes contrary to the American system of government.

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"The Voice for HOA Constitutionality". I have been a long-term homeowner rights authority, advocate and author of "The HOA-Land Nation Within America" (2019) and" Establishing the New America of independent HOA principalities" (2008). See HOA Constitutional Government at My efforts with HOAs took me to a broader concern that was deeply affecting the constituionality of HOAs. Those broad societal and plotical concerns caused me to start this new blog for my commentaries on the State of the New America.

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