Clinton’s Land Grabs Will Stand—Unless You Act Now!

March 15, 2001

Secretary of the Interior, Gale Norton, has said that Clinton’s last-second monument designations will stand because there has been no outcry from property rights advocates. In fact, the American Policy Center has received word from a White House insider that property rights advocates are going to be rolled on the monuments issue unless the White House and Gale Norton hear from the grassroots in a major way—NOW! The greens have a massive effort underway to pressure the White House to make certain that Clinton’s monuments stand.

You simply must make your calls! Call NOW! Call EARLY! Call OFTEN!

These land grabs must be reversed. These monuments shut the American public out of their land. Permanently! These monuments kill local industries, seal off valuable natural resources, cripple whole towns, and rape private property rights. But Gale Norton and others won’t act unless they are pressured from property rights advocates. As of today, we are failing in our efforts.

You must make the two phone calls below. If you don’t, the administration will not act—plain and simple. We will be handing the radical environmentalists a victory. A VICTORY THAT THEY DON’T DESERVE!

If you care about the rapid decline of property rights in America, it is imperative that you follow the “Action to Take” below. If not, the greens will set the agenda for the Bush administration—starting with the permanent designations of the Clinton Monuments!

**Action to Take**

1. Call the White House and urge President Bush to REVERSE the Clinton National Monuments. Explain that the monuments shut us out of our land! Also, let the President know that the monuments devastate local industries.

White House phone number: (202) 456-1414.

2. Call Secretary of the Interior, Gale Norton, and urge her to repeal the Clinton Monuments for the reasons stated above.

Sec. Norton’s phone number: (202) 208-7351.

Tom DeWeese
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Tom DeWeese is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.