20 Mar DeWeese Offers New President and Congress a “Liberty Wish List”
While children worked on their last minute gift lists for Santa, Tom DeWeese, wrote his “Liberty Wish List” for President-elect George W. Bush and the 107th Congress.
- A complete review and reversal of executive orders issued by President Clinton and previous administrations that run counter to the mandates of the US Constitution.
- An energy policy that utilizes the vast reserves of oil, coal and natural gas that exist throughout the U.S., reducing our dependency on foreign imports.
- The reversal of the designations of National Monuments made during the Clinton years.
- Passage of the American Land Sovereignty Protection Act (S. 3146) to insure that neither the United Nations or any other international organization can exercise any jurisdiction over the US landmass, its forests, deserts, national monuments and historic sites.
- The rejection of any United Nations claims of jurisdiction over US citizens via its World Court.
- The absolute right of Congress to determine US trade policy free of any interference from any international organization.
- The repeal of the Endangered Species Act whose sole purpose is an attack on property rights and development of any kind.
- The rejection of the UN Climate Control Treaty to insure the US economy is not devastated by the requirement to cut back its energy use to 1990’s levels.
- An end to educator-mandated prescriptions of mind-altering drugs for millions of America’s schools children and a boost for back-to-basics education.
“In these and many other ways, the new President and Congress can begin to restore and respect the Constitutional powers allocated to them, to the states, and to the citizens of this nation.”