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I received this yesterday. Has anyone heard of it?

Little Bit Farm

June 22, 2001

Dear Liberty Activist,

H.R. 1146 - American Sovereignty Restoration Act is now featured in our current legislation section. H.R. 1146 would withdraw the United States from the United Nations and prohibit U.S. armed forces from serving under U.N. command.

Herbert W. Titus, our senior legal advisor, has written an analysis of H.R. 1146. In his analysis, Mr. Titus argues:

1. The Charter of the United Nations is illegitimate; having never been lawfully ratified. 2. The Charter of the United Nations unlawfully delegates congressional and presidential war powers. 3. The United Nations General Assembly has no lawful power to require the United States to pay dues to the United Nations. 4. The Charter of the United Nations unconstitutionally usurps power reserved to the states by the Tenth Amendment. 5. H.R. 1146 - The American Sovereignty Restoration Act is the only viable solution to the continual abuses by the United Nations.

A brief description of H.R. 1146 and a link to Mr. Titus's analysis (HTML format and Adobe PDF format) is at

For people who use Webtv or don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader, Mr. Titus's "America: Republic or Democracy?" is now available in HTML. Go to

Kent Snyder The Liberty Committee

-- Little Bit farm (, June 23, 2001


Yep. Mr. Ron Paul. I emailed the US Senators from texas to ask them to support this bill.

-- Doreen (, June 23, 2001.

Ron Paul is my hero. He is also pushing legislation to abolish the IRS and the personal income tax. Go Ron!

-- Skip Walton (, June 24, 2001.

I visit those folks regularly to check on the latest freedom initiatives and always act on them. If there is such a creature as an honest politician then I think these folks are them!

-- William in Wi (, June 25, 2001.

william, How do you visit them reg. I"m new at this computor. I would like to check up on them myself. Irene

-- Irene texas (, June 30, 2001.


Go to

Then click on "Current Legislation". That will give you a break down of the bills and the Liberty Committees position on each. From there its real easy to fire off a letter to your congresscritters.

-- William in Wi (, July 03, 2001.

I have a question. How is it that Representatives or Senators can introduce and vote for unconstitutional legislation without fear of impeachment? Same holds true for unconstitutional decisions from the Federal bench!

-- Jim Bowman (, December 10, 2002.

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