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We, the People, affirm that we will support and defend Liberty as "endowed by our Creator," enshrined in our Constitution and empowered by its Second Amendment, "against all enemies, foreign and domestic."
Across our great nation, there is a groundswell of protest against the leftist agenda of those now holding power in the Executive and Legislative branches of the central government.
The tenor of this grassroots movement is growing louder as its number swells and its purpose becomes defined. It is a protest characterized not by a roar for revolution, but by a clarion call for restoration -- repair of our Constitution's authority and return to its standard for Rule of Law.
A citizen petition to pray for our uniformed Patriots who stand in harm's way around the world, particularly in Afghanistan and Iraq, in defense of our liberty, and for their families awaiting their safe return.
The only real hope for preventing the weight of the central government from crushing the life from our Republic is to renew the bid for a constitutionally mandated balanced-budget amendment and to enact real tax reform. A Balanced Budget Amendment, combined with real tax reform -- namely, a flat or national sales tax with deductions and exclusions -- will result in a reduction in government spending.
A citizen petition to restore Constitutional integrity to government, and entreat the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches to confine their actions to comport with the limits of Constitutional law.
We remain the proud and the free because Patriots -- American Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coastguardsmen -- have stood bravely in harm's way, and remain on post today. For this, we, the American People, offer our heartfelt thanks. Please sign this Open Letter to express your gratitude.
Though John Kerry has an extensive and well-documented record of anti-American activities over the past three decades, it is his acts of treason in 1970-71 that are the subject of this petition for indictment. Our appeal notes both Kerry's violations of the UCMJ (Article 104 part 904) and U.S. Code (18 USC Sec. 2381 and 18 USC Sec. 953), and calls for his disqualification for public office.
A citizen petition to stop judicial activists who endeavor to alter the meaning of the U.S. Constitution, willfully violating their oaths to uphold it by divining the "spirit of the Constitution" and amending it by judicial diktat in full disregard for the constitutional prescription for amendment in Article 5.
A citizen petition on behalf of our Constitutional and national sovereignty requesting that our elected leadership -- the President, House of Representatives and Senate -- support measures to terminate all participation by the United States in the United Nations, terminate any and all U.S. taxpayer-funded support for the UN, and prohibit American Armed Forces from serving under the command of the United Nations anywhere in the world.
A petition to redress the anti-American petitions and ad campaigns sponsored by Hollywood and academic Leftists ostensibly objecting to the U.S. military campaign against terrorism following the unprecedented attack on our countrymen September 11, 2001. This petition collected 25,000 signatures in its first day and now has more than 100,000 signers.
We hereby declare our support for the executives, franchise owners and more than 61,000 employees of Chick-fil-A for their Christian business practices, as well as their stated support for biblical values, which is to say traditional American family values.
We, the people of these United States, rightfully petition our President, House of Representatives and Senate in affirmation of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."
A citizen petition calling on President Bush to commute the sentences of both former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean, and their colleague, former Sheriff’s Deputy Guillermo Hernandez; asking Congress to insist that the DEA prosecute Mexican national Osvaldo Aldrete-Davila on felony drug-distribution charges; and demanding that Congress and the Bush administration secure our borders.
A citizen petition to urge the United States Senate to reject the 1997 United Nations Kyoto Protocols Treaty purporting to address global warming by constraining economic growth in the United States while allowing unmitigated growth in 129 other nations, included two of the largest world economies in China and India.
Given the present Senate impasse over the President's judicial nominees, it must be said that this debate is not about a "looming Constitutional crisis" -- we are in the midst of perhaps the most serious Constitutional crisis in more than a century.
President George W. Bush has launched his second term with plans to reform entitlement programs and limit the growth of government spending. We affirm his agenda and call upon the President and congressional conservatives to revisit the principles upon which they were elected: Constitutionally limited government, a strong national defense, the prospect of restoring fiscal discipline to government, and an unwavering commitment to the traditional moral bedrock of our Republic.
A citizen petition to affirm the Second Amendment to our Constitution, requesting that the President, our Representatives and Senators reject legislation to renew the 1994 Clinton-Feinstein-Schumer gun-control law scheduled to sunset on 13 September 2004.
A citizen petition on behalf of Lt. Col. Allen B. West, U.S. Army, who was indicted in 2003 on criminal assault charges for the psychological intimidation tactic he used to acquire vital intelligence from a captured enemy combatant in Iraq -- intelligence that saved the lives of American soldiers facing imminent attack.
"Ambition must be made to counteract ambition. The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government. What is government itself but the greatest of all reflections on human nature?" —James Madison (1788)