POC Separation of Church and State Newsletter # 13
A call to ACTION!
This is the goal of this newsletter
- Educate - Motivate - Activate -
Empowering Citizens to hold their elected officials
To the fidelity of our founding values
to our Limited Constitutional Republic[an]
form of government
The first bill introduced for your evaluation is the:
Constitution Restoration Act of 2005,
H. R. 1070, and S. 520.
Sec. 1260. Matters not reviewable
"Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the Supreme Court shall not have jurisdiction to review, by appeal, writ of certiorari, or otherwise, any matter to the extent that relief is sought against an entity of Federal, State, or local government, or against an officer or agent of Federal, State, or local government (whether or not acting in official or personal capacity), concerning that entity's, officer's, or agent's acknowledgment of God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, or government."
(Judge Roy Moore was involved in writing this bill and it would protect elected officials like him and others.)
SEC. 201. INTERPRETATION OF THE CONSTITUTION.
"In interpreting and applying the Constitution of the United States, a court of the United States may not rely upon any constitution, law, administrative rule, Executive order, directive, policy, judicial decision, or any other action of any foreign state or international organization or agency, other than English constitutional and common law up to the time of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States."
SEC. 302. IMPEACHMENT, CONVICTION, AND REMOVAL OF JUDGES FOR CERTAIN EXTRAJURISDICTIONAL ACTIVITIES.
To the extent that a justice of the Supreme Court of the United States or any judge of any Federal court engages in any activity that exceeds the jurisdiction of the court of that justice or judge, as the case may be, by reason of section 1260 or 1370 of title 28, United States Code, as added by this Act, engaging in that activity shall be deemed to constitute the commission of--
(1) an offense for which the judge may be removed upon impeachment and conviction; and
(2) a breach of the standard of good behavior required by article III, section 1 of the Constitution.
This bill would not only protect those elected officials who have a proper understanding of our founding values and principles, it would also force judges to again support our Constitution and laws rather than those of foreign countries and the UN.
To read the bill, go to the Thomas ... link to the right, select Enter bill number, type in the bill number, i.e., HR 1070, and click on search, http://thomas.loc.gov/
Cosponsors in the House (24), H. R. 1070
Click on the Cosponsors link above and below to see if your elected officials have signed on to their bill.
Cosponsors in the Senate (4), S. 520
If your Senator or Representative has signed on to the bill, please write him or her and thank them for their support, and ask if they would please help bring this bill to the floor and work to get it passed.
If your Senator or Representative has not signed on to the bill, ask them to please be a cosponsor, and to then help bring the bill to the floor and work to get it passed.
Your Representatives names, and an easy way to write them all at the same time, can be found at the Congress.org link to the right with your zip code.
If you would like a copy of a completed letter emailed to you that you can paste into the letter field in Congress.org, please contact me with the request. Request Sample Letter
If you write your own letter, which is most effective, please advise me through the email link here or below. EMAIL
Add something simple like, “contacted my reps,” in the subject line.
I have dedicated all of my time for the last four months to this effort and I would really like to know if is bearing any fruit.
If you ever want to review past newsletters for quotes, and other background information, please click on the archives link at the top of the newsletter.
There is also a sample letter to your Senators and your Congressman in the archives.
Thank you for your support in this effort!
Email and Congress.org, link for those who receive the newsletter in plain text: http://www.congress.org/congressorg/home/
You may need to click in the close box of an add that may cover up the area used to “Write Elected Officials.”
Next newsletter will be a review.