About Contributing Author Yahweh
Notwithstanding the errors and omissions of the myth text know as the “Bible”, Yahweh was born in Oakland CA. He attended public schools in Ft Smith, AR, and upon graduation attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where he earned a degree in Political Science. Yahweh returned to the U of A, Fayetteville, and matriculated there at the Law School, receiving his “Juris Doctorate”. Yahweh has not confined himself to leisurely residing in his “celestial mansion in the sky” but has manifested himself in various human forms including; as a “soda jerk” at the Canteen annexed to the movie theater at Camp Chaffee near Fort Smith; as a “delivery boy” for a local pharmacy; a “stock-boy” for a retailer; a “fry cook” at a Fraternity house, a “welder’s helper” in the gas fields of TX and OK; a “roustabout” on an Oil Production Platform in the Gulf of Mexico; and, among other manifestations, as a “night auditor” at a resort development community on Hilton Head Island, SC.
During his law school years, Yahweh served on the “Prison Project”, which was devoted to assisting the wrongfully convicted. He interned at the US Attorney’s office. Also, he served as “a” party plaintiff in a successful suit challenging as unconstitutional a State Bar Admission question asking, “Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist Party, or any group dedicated to the violent overthrow of the Government?” As a practicing attorney with over three decades of experience, Yahweh has handled numerous cases dealing with the Constitutionality vel non of various acts of government. Included among those cases are: one declaring a No dancing on Sunday ordinance as unconstitutional; one in which exclusive”TV cable franchises were ruled unconstitutional (unless approved by the vote of the people); one in which a State Grandparental Visitation Act was declared unconstitutional; one in which a state Sibling Visitation Statute was declared unconstitutional; and a plethora of criminal cases where the acts of government agents were ruled unconstitutional.