Foreign Entanglements

Many Facets of A Preemptive Wars Policy

The only way to continue the U.S. war effort and fix the following problems is by the national draft policy. Our Government has not started the draft, choosing instead to continue using recruitment techniques for a voluntary military in order to maintain its present level of public support for the policy of preemptive wars. The draft would create much greater resistance to the war by bringing the war home to more people who want to stay out of it.

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - May 1, 2008 or May 2, 2008

2008-05-01 11:00
2008-05-02 14:00
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[Printable PDF]

WHY:

  • To solve serious USA problems of jobs exported/out-sourced, illegal immigration/drugs, terrorism, trade/budget deficits, credit card debt problems, etc.
  • To greatly reduce and stabilize gasoline prices (e.g. regular 87 octane close to $1.25 to $1.30 per gallon), utility bills, transportation/other energy costs.
  • To improve USA sovereignty and solve other related non-peaceful national and world problems.

WHEN: May 1st or 2nd - Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

URGENT ISSUES: Emphasize the Following Urgent Issues; demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

  1. By 5/15/2008, pass legislation to eliminate the REAL ID Act of 2005, helping solve illegal immigration and keep Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 5/19/2008. By 5/28/2008, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

KS Says NO to NAU - State Rep. Judy Morrison - Hearing on Resolution against KS Participation in North American Union

2008-03-18 00:20
2008-03-18 02:10
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Hearing on a resolution against KS participation in the North American Union!
[Printable PDF Flyer]

There is a hearing on a resolution by Judy Morrison at the KS state house on St. Patrick's Day, Monday, Mar 17, 2008, at 1:30 PM Central time in room 313-S (third floor, south wing, the "old supreme court room"). The resolution is supposed to be against KS participation in the NAU/SPP.

Please let everyone know about the meeting. Perhaps bring some medium sized posters with anti-NAU, pro-American sovereignty themes.

Common Sense Solution of Illegal Immigration Problems

1. To determine their cause and then logically determine the best solution for them.

2. Illegal immigrants are causing great insecurity (including possible terrorist dangers), economic and other serious harm to USA citizens. By far the main cause of these serious problems to USA citizens is the very terrible income/general economic conditions for the large majority of the populations of Mexico and numerous other 3rd World/"Underdeveloped" countries.

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - Jan. 15, 2008 or Jan. 16, 2008

2008-01-15 11:00
2008-01-16 02:00
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[Printable PDF]

WHY:

  • To solve serious USA problems of jobs exported/out-sourced, illegal immigration/drugs, terrorism, trade/budget deficits, credit card debt problems, etc.
  • To greatly reduce and stabilize gasoline prices (e.g. regular 87 octane close to $1.25 to $1.30 per gallon), utility bills, transportation/other energy costs.
  • To improve USA sovereignty and solve other related non-peaceful national and world problems.

WHEN: Jan. 15th or 16th - Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

URGENT ISSUES: Emphasize the Following Urgent Issues; demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

  1. By 2/5/2008, pass legislation to eliminate the REAL ID Act of 2005, helping solve illegal immigration and keep Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 2/9/2008. By 2/15/2008, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - Sept. 25, 2007 or Sept. 26, 2007

2007-09-25 11:00
2007-09-26 14:00
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[Printable PDF]

WHY: To Stop Mexican Trucks coming beyond the 2 to 25 mile buffer zone along the U.S.A./Mexico border.

WHEN: Sept. 25th or 26th, 2007 -- Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

WHERE: Every office in home states of all 100 Senators and 435 Representatives, or their Washington, DC, offices.

WHO / HOW:

  • Representatives of groups/organizations (with a hundred or more voters): visit the home offices of Senators and Representatives in person to urge the legislative actions below (WHAT).

WHAT:

Emphasize the Following URGENT Issues to all offices and demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

  1. By 10/2/2007, U.S.A. Congress must pass legislation to keep all of Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 10/5/2007. By 11/5/2007, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

Highway Robbery

Amidst a firestorm of opposition to the Trans Texas Corridor the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) held the second annual Texas Transportation Forum on Wednesday, July 18 through Friday, July 20 at the downtown Hilton in Austin, Texas. The Trans Texas Corridor would be part of the planned NAFTA superhighway running from Mexico to Canada.

The forum was attended by what amounts to Texas Governor Rick Perry's constituency: highway construction companies, related contractors and sub-contractors, civil engineers, attorneys, bankers, international investors, and various state and federal bureaucrats, all seeing dollar signs in their eyes as they came together to discuss strategy and tactics aimed at conning the people of Texas into paying for their own economic and national demise by forcing Texas motorists to pay tolls on new and existing highways. Most attendees were there to promote their various business interests, but many were there to facilitate building the super-corridor system needed to make possible the North American Union — a merger of the United States, Canada, and Mexico into a single economic, political, military, educational, and cultural entity.

Rick Perry's vision for Texas, the Trans Texas Corridor, made it through the State Legislature in 2003. H.B. 3588, the enabling bill for the Trans Texas Corridor and, hence, the largest spending bill in the state's history, became law in large part because Texas' mainstream press, used as a watchdog, was inexplicably asleep.

Ron Paul - Globalism

Because some people who vocally oppose amnesty are supportive of the war, the ideological connection between support of the war and amnesty is often masked. If there is a single word explaining the reasons why we continue to fight unpopular wars and see legislation like the amnesty bill nearly become law, that word is "globalism."

Full article here: http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2007/tst071607.htm

Chuck Baldwin - The Worst Tragedy Of The Bush Presidency

It gives me no pleasure to say that the George W. Bush presidency has been an absolute and dismal failure! In fact, the Bush II regime is worse than those of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and even Bill Clinton. The only potential bright spot to his legacy might be a slight swing to the right to life by his two Supreme Court appointments. However, the verdict is still out on that. Take away Bush's Supreme Court picks, and there is nothing left but failure, frustration, fatigue, and futility.

On the domestic front, the Bush presidency leaves us with gargantuan growth of federal spending and meddling. Bush's obsession with spying on American citizens eclipses anything Nixon did or Clinton dreamed of doing. His Patriot Act is taken right out of the Nazi handbook, and his arrogance regarding constitutional accountability is unknown in America since at least the days of Abraham Lincoln.

Concerning foreign affairs, the Bush presidency will forever be linked to the failed and potentially fatal war in Iraq. I say fatal, because the ultimate results of Bush's obsession for war with Iraq are not yet fully realized. One thing is sure: our unconstitutional war in Iraq has created many more enemies than it has eliminated, and the overall impact on the morale of both our troops and the American citizenry rivals the effects of the Vietnam War and perhaps even surpasses them.

[Chuck Baldwin's Web Site|Full Article|Note on Reposting]

Ron Paul - Earmark Victory May Be A Hollow One

Without taking a serious look at the actual total spending in these appropriations bills, we will miss the real threat to our economic security. Failed government agencies like FEMA will still get tens of billions of dollars to mismanage when the next disaster strikes. Corrupt foreign governments will still be lavishly funded with dollars taken from working Americans to prop up their regimes. The United Nations will still receive its generous annual tribute taken from the American taxpayer. Americans will still be forced to pay for elaborate military bases to protect borders overseas while our own borders remain porous and unguarded. These are the real issues we must address when we look at reforming our yearly spending extravaganza called the appropriations season.

Full article here: http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2007/tst061807.htm

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