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Not too late to help restore the Republic

June 27, 2008

Do your part in the name of liberty. Add your name to the lists of those demanding redress of grievances from their elected “representatives.” You may not be concerned with every issue, but there’s something for everyone in this list of petitions.
Plan to Restore Constitutional Order Begins: “No Redress, NO TAXES.”

Every Member of Congress, the President and U.S. Attorney General to be served a legal “Demand & Notice” for Redress of Constitutional Violations

June 30, 2008 may be remembered in history as the day Americans began, in earnest, the moral and solemn process of holding their (servant) Government accountable to the Constitution — under threat of withdrawal of allegiance, support and tax money.

Next Monday, approximately 1200 American citizens will begin the process of exercising the profound, but little-known, unalienable “Right of Redress.” These individuals will serve a legal “Notice and Demand” for Redress upon every Member of Congress at their local district offices.

“Most People do not know that this natural Right, first articulated 800 years ago in Section 61 Magna Carta of 1215, is also embodied and protected by the Petition clause of the First Amendment,” said Bob Schulz, Chairman of the We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education. “And the Government does not want the People to know about it.”

We The People Foundation
For Constitutional Education, Inc.
2458 Ridge Road, Queensbury, NY 12804
Telephone: 518.656.3578 Fax: 518.656.9724

There are seven petitions for the redress of grievances
1. Against illegal gun control laws
2. Against illegal immigration
3. Against the North American Union
4. Against the US Patriot Act
5. Against the Federal Reserve
6. Against the federal income tax
7. Against the application of US armed forces in hostilities in Iraq without a Congressional declaration of war

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