IAP Bulletin 100612 June 12, 2010
To Promote Health, Repeal and Reform
The government of a free people must not establish a religion or restrict
the free exercise thereof. Rather, it ought to encourage religion in recognition
that respect for the Creator as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
is necessary for the preservation of freedom.
The American people will remain free only as long as they are able to
keep government bound by the laws of the Constitution which will happen only
as long as they put their trust in God rather than in government for their needs.
When the people come to trust their government with the unconstitutional
power to enforce socialism, their freedom is lost. When the people come to
trust the IRS with the power to enforce payment of Income Taxes and the
purchase of Health Insurance, their freedom is lost. There is no liberty without
the freedom of choice.
America is now fully engaged in a political war for freedom. Political
forces of socialism have acted in opposition to the will of the great majority of
the American people and have established unconstitutional laws that force
American citizens, through the power of the IRS, to pay for health insurance
that is a loss of freedom just as sure as if establishing a state religion. The
American people are fighting back on many fronts to regain their freedoms.
On the legislative front, a great effort is underway to abolish the IRS and
restore our free enterprise economy and prosperity through support for
passage of the Fair Tax Act. This effort has been building for several years, but
suffered a setback when the bureaucracy of the IRS became destined to
increase in power with the passage of the Health Care Insurance mandate law.
Of equal importance with the fight for the Fair Tax Act, we now must stand
up against the Health Insurance mandate law that was passed against the will
of the great majority of the people. It has now become necessary for the repeal
of the Health Insurance Mandate in the battle for the preservation of freedom.
The IAP calls for the promotion of repeal of all forced socialism that
enforces a direct tax on people for mandated insurance or for any reason of
Fedeal Government operations. Support for bills such as H.R. 4995 will serve
to end the Health Care Insurance Mandate.
See H.R. 4995 information HERE and HERE found through congress.org and
copied as follows:
Title: End the Mandate Act of 2010
By Mr. PAUL:
H.R. 4995. A bill to restore the American people's freedom to choose
the health insurance that best meets their individual needs by repealing
the mandate that all Americans obtain government-approved health
Sponsor: Rep Paul, Ron [TX-14] (introduced 4/13/2010)
Latest Major Action: 4/30/2010 Referred to House subcommittee.
Status: Referred to the Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor,
23 COSPONSORS ( as of 6/25/2010 )
Rep Tiahrt, Todd [KS-4] - 4/14/2010
Rep Jenkins, Lynn [KS-2] - 4/20/2010
Rep Jones, Walter B., Jr. [NC-3] - 4/20/2010
Rep Posey, Bill [FL-15] - 4/21/2010
Rep Hall, Ralph M. [TX-4] - 4/21/2010
Rep McClintock, Tom [CA-4] - 4/21/2010
Rep Hoekstra, Peter [MI-2] - 4/21/2010
Rep Alexander, Rodney [LA-5] - 4/21/2010
Rep Souder, Mark E. [IN-3] - 4/22/2010
Rep Lamborn, Doug [CO-5] - 4/26/2010
Rep Duncan, John J., Jr. [TN-2] - 4/26/2010
Rep Simpson, Michael K. [ID-2] - 5/5/2010
Rep Carter, John R. [TX-31] - 5/6/2010
Rep Myrick, Sue Wilkins [NC-9] - 5/11/2010
Rep Boozman, John [AR-3] - 5/11/2010
Rep Young, Don [AK] - 5/18/2010
Rep Broun, Paul C. [GA-10] - 6/8/2010
Rep McMorris Rodgers, Cathy [WA-5] - 6/8/2010
Rep McCaul, Michael T. [TX-10] - 6/10/2010
Rep Miller, Gary G. [CA-42] - 6/14/2010
Rep Marchant, Kenny [TX-24] - 6/17/2010
Rep Kline, John [MN-2] - 6/17/2010
Rep Pitts, Joseph R. [PA-16] - 6/21/2010
Bottom line to the future of government provided programs of social
welfare, economists recognize that socialism, especially in the traditional
Medicare program, is an unsustainable expense to the national economy. In
order to cut this unsustainable expense, our Government will soon dictate
health care and deny the expensive care that was previously given to senior
citizens. If a person wants the life extending treatment, another means for
acquiring the treatment, such as the purchase of a private insurance policy, will
be necessary. Most senior citizens will not be able to afford a private insurance
policy, especially one that includes a 40 percent sales or excise tax. It means
that people had better begin looking for sources other than traditional modern
medicine and government control for their health and quality of life care.
Considering the high costs of modern medicine and related technology, it
is easy to understand why the costs associated with maintaining the health and
life of senior citizens has become so expensive and has become a major
factor in the development of an unsustainable economy. This demonstrates the
fallacies of socialism and why the cost of socialism becomes so destructive to
the foundations of a free and independent people.
David Walker, who was the Comptroller General of the United States, in
an interview about two months before his 2008 resignation, said: "The problem
is that even though the deficits have come down for three years in a row, our
unfunded promises for Social Security and Medicare have risen dramatically.
In our total fiscal hole it is $53 trillion. That's $440,000 per household. So the
problem's not where we are, it's not where we've been. It's where we're headed
unless we end up making dramatic and fundamental reforms."
Since our Government needs to reestablish a sustainable economy
through health-care reform that will cut spending on Medicare, we the people,
who will be effected by this forced cost reduction in Medicare provided health-
care service, had better become concerned about our freedom for alternative
There is much in testimony that has been given that provides evidence
that natural herbs and food provide a better quality of life than can be obtained
through expensive drug prescriptions and treatment recommended by modern
medicine. Such testimony has been suppressed in courts of law, because of
the greed and corruption associated with the want for money and the
protection of large investments.
In matters of health, do you support freedom?
Do you support freedom of choice?
Do you support government functioning in a manner that the framers of the
If so, then -
Your Support is needed for the following bills:
1) HR 3394 Freedom of Health Speech Act
2) HR 3395 Health Freedom Act
3) HR 3396 Congressional Responsibility and Accountability Act
We urge you to contact your representatives (by phone, e-mail, and letter).
Ask them to put their full support behind these pieces of legislation.
To find your congressional representative, go to:
The links above will provide you with a contact site, phone numbers, and
mailing addresses. Please use all methods to contact your representative.
Note that the e-mail method is the least powerful form of communication.
1) HR 3395 The Health Freedom Act.
This bill removes FDA’s power of prior restraint over all nutrient-disease
relationship claims. Under the bill, FDA may not prohibit any statement
concerning a nutrient affecting a disease (including treatment effects) from
being made in the market and may only act against a statement once made if it
possesses clear and convincing evidence that the statement is false.
Presently FDA blocks an enormous quantity of truthful information concerning
the effects of nutrients and foods on disease from reaching consumers. That
barrier is removed by the Health Freedom Act, but the Act preserves the power
of the government to prosecute those who communicate falsehood.
The essential purpose of the First Amendment is to disarm the federal
government of the power to impose a prior restraint on speech. The FDA has
imposed a prior restraint for decades to the health detriment of the public.
Passage of the Health Freedom Act will restore constitutional governance by
reasserting the supremacy of the First Amendment over the Food and Drug
2) HR 3394 The Freedom of Health Speech Act.
This bill prevents the Federal Trade Commission from taking action against
any advertiser that communicates a health benefit for a product unless the FTC
first establishes based on clear and convincing evidence that the statement
made is false and that its communication causes harm to the public.
Presently, the FTC reverses the Fifth Amendment burden of proof on the
government when it charges advertisers with deceptive advertising and then
demands that they prove their speech true based on contemporaneously held
documentation or be deemed to have advertised deceptively.
The Fifth Amendment requires that FTC bear the burden of proving advertising
deceptive. It may not constitutionally shift the burden to the advertiser to prove
its statements not deceptive.
The First Amendment requires that FTC not act against speech unless the
speech is provably false. It may not constitutionally accuse a party of false
advertising yet lack proof that the advertising is false and condemn advertising
based on an absence of documentation concerning the truth of the statement
rather than the presence of evidence establishing the falsity of the statement.
3) HR 3396 The Congressional Responsibility and Accountability Act.
This bill prohibits regulations promulgated from regulatory agencies from going
into effect unless passed into law by Congress in the way in which the
Under Article I of the Constitution, the Congress of the United States, our
elected representatives, are the ones given the exclusive power to make laws.
In violation of the non-delegation doctrine, about 90% of all law created by the
federal government is the product of unelected heads of bureaucratic
agencies, not our elected representatives.
From 1934 to the present, the Congress of the United States has delegated
executive, legislative, and judicial governing power to these agencies. The
founding fathers warned that this combination would give birth to tyranny, self-
dealing, and corruption and would be the death of liberty. Because the
unelected bureaucracy makes the laws, the nation has been transformed from
a republic into a bureaucratic oligarchy.
Congressman Ron Paul’s Congressional Responsibility and Accountability Act
restores constitutional government by returning to Congress the responsibility
to make laws, thereby making them once again accountable for the laws to
those who elect them.
"And deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to
bondage." (New Testament, Hebrews 2:15)
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