Legislation We Support!

The "Sunlight Resolution"
H.Res. 580 --112th Congress.

Protecting Seniors' Access to Medicare Act of 2013
H.R. 351

American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2013
H.R. 75

Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2013
H.R. 24 - "Audit The Fed!"

The Battle Over Obamacare

As the realities of Obamacare become harder to deny, it is equally clear that the fight is not over.

Patient OPTION Act of 2013
H.R. 2900

Defund Obamacare Act of 2013

Obamacare is Unconstitutional
H.Res. 153

What You Can Do About Obamacare
Learn More

The Parental Consent Act of 2011
H.R. 2769

We The People Act
H.R. 958

"Social Security for Americans Only!"
H.R. 148

Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act
H.R. 150

Action in the Courts

HR 958

We The People Act

Stop Activist Judges!

Representative Ron Paul reintroduced the We the People Act and it became the new H.R. 958 on March 21, 2011 to "limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, in certain cases."

Are you fed up with activist federal judges telling our children that they can't say the Pledge of Allegiance? Do you want federal courts telling you that there is a right to pornography in schools but God must be kept out of the classroom? That's what some courts are saying, but Congress can stop them.

Do you want federal courts forcing partial-birth abortion on America as a "constitutional right" by striking down state laws duly enacted by the people to ban that gruesome procedure? Do you want federal courts declaring that homosexuals have "special rights" that you and I don't have, or forcing racial quotas and affirmative action on jobs and higher education? If not, then do something about it.

Tell Congress to pass H.R. 958!

Congress has the authority under Articles I, III and IV of the Constitution of the Untied States to set limits on the Supreme Court and lower federal courts in order to correct abuses of judicial power and continuing violations of the Constitution by federal courts.

We the People Act (H.R. 958)

says the “The Supreme Court of the United States and each Federal court” may not adjudicate --
  1. any claim involving the laws, regulations, or policies of any State or unit of local government relating to the free exercise or establishment of religion;
  2. any claim based upon the right of privacy, including any such claim related to any issue of sexual practices, orientation, or reproduction; or
  3. any claim based upon equal protection of the laws to the extent such claim is based upon the right to marry without regard to sex or sexual orientation; and that
  4. a violation by a justice or a judge of any of the provisions of the Act shall be an impeachable offense, and a material breach of good behavior subject to removal by the President of the United States according to rules and procedures established by the Congress.



Read the eleven Findings at the beginning of the bill to learn how the federal courts have violated the Constitution and about Congress’ authority to stop them.


Call the Capitol Hill switchboard (202) 224-3121 and ask for your member of Congress. Urge your U.S. representative to become a co-sponsor of H.R. 958. Call your representative today!

Stop activist judges!

Need more technical information? Read the memorandum by Herbet W. Titus

Home Contact Donate Action in the Courts Contact Congress

© 2013 The Liberty Committee

Site crafted by Robintek: Columbus Website Design