HOA-LAND, a lesson for politicos surprised by Imperial Presidency


Why are the politicos so surprised at this inevitable turn of events with Imperial President, Donald the Trump, here in the bastion of democracy?  Maybe because they have long ignored the fact that 23% of Americans live in HOA-LAND, where authoritarian governments rule the people outside the fundamental social contract knoTrump-henry8wn as the US Constitution.

For years, the politicos and state legislatures have denied that these HOA-LAND governments are de facto governments stripping their people of constitutional protections on the flimsy argument that the people openly and willingly agreed to live under such conditions.  Irrelevant and without merit! This issue is first and foremost a constitutional question!

The very nature of the Declarations of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and state laws protecting and defending HOAs are ab initio (from the very start) invalid and unconstitutional.  Everything else that follows in notwithstanding.  Yet, as an example, the Arizona Legislature passed HB 2411 this past session and the Governor signed the bill. It is facially – just read the words – a violation of the Arizona Constitution, Article 4, Part 2, Section 13.

But, who cares?  Certainly not state legislatures, nor the media that has kept its place and remained mum, nor the public interest constitutional “protector” entities.  Nobody cares, and so we have HOA-LAND imperial dictatorships posing as democracies.  “Imperial” because the very legal structure of HOAs does not permit the effective and genuine functioning of a democracy.

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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 http://pvtgov.org. 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.

6 thoughts on “HOA-LAND, a lesson for politicos surprised by Imperial Presidency”

  1. I was trying to explain to a friend of mine (who is considering buying a Town home in Phoenix) about the passage of HB 2411 and the traps of association governance. She thanked me for the input and is still considering buying this place. I cannot understand why people who haven’t experienced the issues, do not hear us.

    A relative of mine did the same–sort of thanked me and “considered” my input–then still wanted to keep their condo as an investment–laugh laugh. It was costing them hundreds a month to rent it out (management fees, HOA fees, mortgage and repairs)–but they thought in the end they might might money for their retirement–what sore of investment cost hundreds a month?

    Finally the condo was hit with a 12 million dollar repair (which will balloon to 20, as we know) Now they are kicking themselves for not listening–and I am just angry enough to say “I TOLD YOU!”

    Why can’t they HEAR us?????

    My relative finally declared bankruptcy–but in the meantime lost a lot of money.


    1. So true, so true. The reasons go deep into human nature — group think and indoctrination by repetition of false statements and half-truths. I blame the media for not fully investigating the real issues with HOA-LAND. Where are Woodward and Bernstein? Where is Lowell Bergman (producer of the 60 Minutes expose on the nicotine-tobacco danger)?

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