2 June 2000
You will be pleased to know that a small but powerful bill will be introduced by Rep. Helen Chenoweth (of Idaho), next week. No number yet, but this is your advance notice. We expect it to be introduced by June 15.
We need your endorsement, and your help to pass this bill.
The Citizen Soldier Protection Act of 2000
1. Prevents the US government from
FORCING American forces into
foreign uniforms, including those of
the United Nations.
2. Prevents the US government from
FORCING American forces to serve
under foreign officers, including the
This bill does not go far enough to please many people, since it will not prevent U.N. deployments with American volunteers, but it does protect a key element of American sovereignty, the sovereignty of the Citizen Soldier, who may not be forced into involuntary servitude as a mercenary!
Please help us find co-sponsors in the House. Write your Representative today.
Please help us find endorsements from every organization of which you are a member. (We'll soon publish a list of endorsing organizations. We already have several, but are awaiting formal notice.)
Please help us find a Senate sponsor. Please call or write to one of the following:
Senator Bob Smith (New Hampshire)
Senator James M. Inhofe (Oklahoma)
Senator Jesse Helms (North Carolina)
Senator Phil Gramm (Texas)
Your favorite Senator
Senate Office Building
District of Columbia 20510
To see a draft of the bill, go to the website of Army Specialist Michael New, who now
takes his fight from the courts to the Congress:
If you are a veteran, and want to show your solidarity with Michael New as a patriot who believes in American sovereignty, go to:
If you are not a veteran, but want to show your support on Mike's website, go to:
To get a copy of the video documentary, GOOD CONDUCT: The Story of Michael New, or the book, MICHAEL NEW -- Mercenary...or American Soldier, (now available for $1 each when you buy 50 or more!) go to our home page:
For more information, contact:
Daniel D. New
Michael New Action Fund
P.O. Box 100
Iredell, Texas 76649
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