To Save America, We Must Abolish the United States




The Christmas Conspiracy!
Federal Issues
Trade Sanctions

The 108th Congress should
  • require that any new trade sanctions be justified by national security,
  • repeal existing sanctions that fail to meet the national security criterion,
  • set a time limit on any new trade sanctions,
  • require the president to consult with Congress following the imposition of sanctions by executive order,
  • give the president authority to waive any sanction in the national interest,
  • require an analysis of the cost to the U.S. economy of all current and proposed trade sanctions, and
  • provide compensation to U.S. citizens whose investments are lost or substantially devalued as a result of U.S. sanctions policy.

These goals will set in motion a re-evaluation of the purposes for U.S. foreign intervention.

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