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VERITAS EXCLUSIVES ARCHIVE SEPTEMBER 2004

 

 

09/29/04

Draft Rumors

VERITAS NEWS EXCLUSIVE 29 September 2004.

By John Doyel Shamley    

It is with the intent and purpose of the Hour Of The Time and the goal of exposing truth based on supported facts that the forgoing exclusive is written.  

There have been many rumors circulating among the various media outlets concerning a reinstatement of a mandatory military draft in the United States.  Most of those rumors have been promulgated by fear, ignorance of the true facts of said legislation and alterior motives designed to discredit the true patriot movement of this country.

An example of such rumors is:
  
Subject: the new mandatory draft Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 09:20:30 -0700
Not a good sign...Mandatory drafting for boys and girls (age 18-26) starting June 15,2005, is something, I believe, everyone should know. This literally
affects EVERYONE since we all have or know children that will have to go if
this bill passes. If there are children in your family, READ this. There is pending legislation in the House and Senate (twin bills: S 89 and HR 163) which will time the program's initiation so the draft can begin at early as Spring 2005 -- just after the 2004 presidential election.
The administration is quietly trying to get these bills passed now, while the public's attention is on the elections, so our action on this is needed immediately. Details and links follow. Even those voters who currently support us.(sic) Actions abroad may still object to this move, knowing their own children or grandchildren will
not have a say about whether to fight. Not that it should make a difference,
but this plan, among! other things, eliminates higher education as a
shelter and includes women in the draft -- Also, crossing into Canada has already been made very difficult.
Actions, actions, actions: Please send this on to all the parents and teachers you know, and all the aunts and uncles, grandparents, godparents.... And let your
children know -- it's their future, and they can be a powerful voice for
change! Please also write to your representatives to ask them why they aren't telling their constituents about these bills -- and write to
newspapers and other media outlets to ask them why they're not covering this mportant story.
The draft $28 million has been added to the 2004 selective service system (sss) budget to prepare for a military draft that could start as early as June 15, 2005. Selective Service must report to Bush on March 31, 2005 that the system, which has lain dormant for decades, is ready for activation. Please see website: www.sss.gov/perfplan_fy2004.html to view the sss annual performance plan - fiscal year 2004. The pentagon has quietly begun a public campaign to fill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070 appeals board slots nationwide.
Though this is an unpopular election year topic, military experts and influential members of congress are suggesting that if Rumsfeld's prediction of a "long,
hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan [and a permanent state of war on "terrorism"]
proves accurate, the U.S. may have no choice but to draft.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article5146.htm
www.sss.gov/perfplan_fy2004.html Congress brought twin bills, S. 89 and HR 163 forward this year,
http://www.hslda.org/legislation/national/2003/s89/default.asp
entitled the Universal National Service Act of 2003, "to provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons [age 18--26] in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes." These active bills currently sit in the committee on armed services. Dodging the draft will be more difficult than those from the Vietnam era. College and Canada will not be options. In December 2001, Canada and the U.S. signed a "smart border declaration," which could be used to keep would-be draft dodgers in. Signed by Canada's minister of foreign affairs, John Manley, and U.S. Homeland Security director, Tom Ridge, the declaration involves a 30-point plan which implements, among other things, a "pre-clearance agreement" of people entering and departing ea! ch country. Reforms aimed at making the draft more equitable along gender and class lines also eliminates higher education as a shelter.
Underclassmen would only be able to postpone service until the end of their current
semester. Seniors would have until the end of the academic year.

 

    The fact that the legislation does exist, known as Universal National Service Act of 2003, (Introduced in House) as HR 163 and introduced by Representativeís Mr. RANGEL (for himself, Mr. MCDERMOTT, Mr. CONYERS, Mr. LEWIS of Georgia, Mr. STARK, and Mr. ABERCROMBIE) is truth.  As well as the fact that accompanying legislation was introduced to the Senate as S 89 by  Senator Earnest F. Hollings (SC), both pieces being introduced on the 7th of January 2003, is indisputable.  But the various means and interpretations of this proposed legislation do not justify the way in which the rumors and misinformation are being spread around the world. The proposed legislation will die at the end of this congressional session due to lack of support.   The real heart of the matter is not the draft but the underlying support and reasoning for such legislation.  It was stated by Rep.FORTNEY PETE STARK  (Co-Sponsor) of California in the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES on Wednesday, January 8, 2004 that,


"Reinstituting the draft may seem unnecessary to some. But, it will ensure all Americans share in the cost and sacrifice of war. Without a universal draft, this burden weighs disproportionately on the shoulders of the poor, the disadvantaged and minority populations."


It must be pointed out that the biggest complaints of the last military draft were that it weighed too heavily upon so-called minorities, the poor and the disadvantaged.  Now that we have a voluntary military enlistment system in this country, proponents of this legislation state that we need a draft because without it the burden lies, "disproportionately on the shoulders of the poor, the disadvantaged and minority populations."


This is clearly a racist and fascist comment, which will only increase the reverse discrimination promoted by ideologists such as those who support affirmative action.  It must be pointed out also that upon investigation by the author it was revealed by a Congressional Veterans / Military Affairs Liaison just this morning that the sponsors and co-sponsors in the House of Representatives were, with the exception of one, all ìAfrican Americansî.  It was also discovered that the sponsors/co-sponsors, not to any surprise of mine, all had very dictatorial socialist leanings.
    It must also be pointed out that Mr. Stark said,"Mr. Speaker, I am an original cosponsor of the Rangel/Conyers bill, the Universal National Service Act of 2003 (HR 163), which would reinstate a national draft. I would like to explain my support for this legislation.   I ardently oppose war with Iraq. The evidence simply does not exist to warrant sending our nation's young people to sacrifice their lives in Iraq. I believe America ought to be an advocate for peace, not imperialism."  If that is the case, then why institute such legislation in the first place, if not for some alterior motive.  Based on research by the author and the Intelligence Service, it is clear that legislation of this kind serves only one purpose.  That is, to make more efficient a national registration system of all people in this country for the ultimate purpose of enslavement and servitude under a socialist New World Order dictatorship.

It is the hope of the author and the Hour Of The Time that this information will again help dispel neutralizing misinformation that abounds and set the record straight.

Below is the compiled information from the Library of Congress concerning such legislation
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                   Universal National Service Act of 2003 (Introduced in House)
HR 163 IH
108th CONGRESS
1st Session
H. R. 163
To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
January 7, 2003
Mr. RANGEL (for himself, Mr. MCDERMOTT, Mr. CONYERS, Mr. LEWIS of Georgia, Mr. STARK, and Mr. ABERCROMBIE) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Armed ServicesA BILL
To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.
(a) SHORT TITLE- This Act may be cited as the `Universal National Service Act of 2003'.
(b) TABLE OF CONTENTS- The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. National service obligation.
Sec. 3. Two-year period of national service.
Sec. 4. Implementation by the President.
Sec. 5. Induction.
Sec. 6. Deferments and postponements.
Sec. 7. Induction exemptions.
Sec. 8. Conscientious objection.
Sec. 9. Discharge following national service.
Sec. 10. Registration of females under the Military Selective Service Act.
Sec. 11. Relation of Act to registration and induction authority of Military Selective Service Act.
Sec. 12. Definitions.
SEC. 2. NATIONAL SERVICE OBLIGATION.
(a) OBLIGATION FOR YOUNG PERSONS- It is the obligation of every citizen of the United States, and every other person residing in the United States, who is between the ages of 18 and 26 to perform a period of national service as prescribed in this Act unless exempted under the provisions of this Act.
(b) FORM OF NATIONAL SERVICE- National service under this Act shall be performed either--
(1) as a member of an active or reverse component of the uniformed services; or
(2) in a civilian capacity that, as determined by the President, promotes the national defense, including national or community service and homeland security.
(c) INDUCTION REQUIREMENTS- The President shall provide for the induction of persons covered by subsection (a) to perform national service under this Act.
(d) SELECTION FOR MILITARY SERVICE- Based upon the needs of the uniformed services, the President shall--
(1) determine the number of persons covered by subsection (a) whose service is to be performed as a member of an active or reverse component of the uniformed services; and
(2) select the individuals among those persons who are to be inducted for military service under this Act.
(e) CIVILIAN SERVICE- Persons covered by subsection (a) who are not selected for military service under subsection (d) shall perform their national service obligation under this Act in a civilian capacity pursuant to subsection (b)(2).
SEC. 3. TWO-YEAR PERIOD OF NATIONAL SERVICE.
(a) GENERAL RULE- Except as otherwise provided in this section, the period of national service performed by a person under this Act shall be two years.
(b) GROUNDS FOR EXTENSION- At the discretion of the President, the period of military service for a member of the uniformed services under this Act may be extended--
(1) with the consent of the member, for the purpose of furnishing hospitalization, medical, or surgical care for injury or illness incurred in line of duty; or
(2) for the purpose of requiring the member to compensate for any time lost to training for any cause.
(c) EARLY TERMINATION- The period of national service for a person under this Act shall be terminated before the end of such period under the following circumstances:
(1) The voluntary enlistment and active service of the person in an active or reverse component of the uniformed services for a period of at least two years, in which case the period of basic military training and education actually served by the person shall be counted toward the term of enlistment.
(2) The admission and service of the person as a cadet or midshipman at the United States Military Academy, the United States Naval Academy, the United States Air Force Academy, the Coast Guard Academy, or the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
(3) The enrollment and service of the person in an officer candidate program, if the person has signed an agreement to accept a Reserve commission in the appropriate service with an obligation to serve
on active duty if such a commission is offered upon completion of the program.
(4) Such other grounds as the President may establish.
SEC. 4. IMPLEMENTATION BY THE PRESIDENT.
(a) IN GENERAL- The President shall prescribe such regulations as are necessary to carry out this Act.
(b) MATTER TO BE COVERED BY REGULATIONS- Such regulations shall include specification of the following:
(1) The types of civilian service that may be performed for a person's national service obligation under this Act.
(2) Standards for satisfactory performance of civilian service and of penalties for failure to perform civilian service satisfactorily.
(3) The manner in which persons shall be selected for induction under this Act, including the manner in which those selected will be notified of such selection.
(4) All other administrative matters in connection with the induction of persons under this Act and the registration, examination, and classification of such persons.
(5) A means to determine questions or claims with respect to inclusion for, or exemption or deferment from induction under this Act, including questions of conscientious objection.
(6) Standards for compensation and benefits for persons performing their national service obligation under this Act through civilian service.
(7) Such other matters as the President determines necessary to carry out this Act.
(c) USE OF PRIOR ACT- To the extent determined appropriate by the President, the President may use for purposes of this Act the procedures provided in the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. App. 451 et seq.), including procedures for registration, selection, and induction.
SEC. 5. INDUCTION.
(a) IN GENERAL- Every person subject to induction for national service under this Act, except those whose training is deferred or postponed in accordance with this Act, shall be called and inducted by the President for such service at the time and place specified by the President.
(b) AGE LIMITS- A person may be inducted under this Act only if the person has attained the age of 18 and has not attained the age of 26.
(c) VOLUNTARY INDUCTION- A person subject to induction under this Act may volunteer for induction at a time other than the time at which the person is otherwise called for induction.
(d) EXAMINATION; CLASSIFICATION- Every person subject to induction under this Act shall, before induction, be physically and mentally examined and shall be classified as to fitness to perform national service. The President may apply different classification standards for fitness for military service and fitness for civilian service.
SEC. 6. DEFERMENTS AND POSTPONEMENTS.
(a) HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS- A person who is pursuing a standard course of study, on a full-time basis, in a secondary school or similar institution of learning shall be entitled to have induction under this Act postponed until the person--
(1) obtains a high school diploma;
(2) ceases to pursue satisfactorily such course of study; or
(3) attains the age of 20.
(b) HARDSHIP AND DISABILITY- Deferments from national service under this Act may be made for--
(1) extreme hardship; or
(2) physical or mental disability.
(c) TRAINING CAPACITY- The President may postpone or suspend the induction of persons for military service under this Act as necessary to limit the number of persons receiving basic military training and education to the maximum number that can be adequately trained.
(d) TERMINATION- No deferment or postponement of induction under this Act shall continue after the cause of such deferment or postponement ceases.
SEC. 7. INDUCTION EXEMPTIONS.
(a) QUALIFICATIONS- No person may be inducted for military service under this Act unless the person is acceptable to the Secretary concerned for training and meets the same health and physical qualifications applicable under section 505 of title 10, United States Code, to persons seeking original enlistment in a regular component of the Armed Forces.
(b) OTHER MILITARY SERVICE- No person shall be liable for induction under this Act who--
(1) is serving, or has served honorably for at least six months, in any component of the uniformed services on active duty; or
(2) is or becomes a cadet or midshipman at the United States Military Academy, the United States Naval Academy, the United States Air Force Academy, the Coast Guard Academy, the United States
Merchant Marine Academy, a midshipman of a Navy accredited State maritime academy, a member of the Senior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, or the naval aviation college program, so long as that person satisfactorily continues in and completes two years training therein.
SEC. 8. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION.
(a) CLAIMS AS CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR- Any person selected under this Act for induction into the uniformed services who claims, because of religious training and belief (as defined in section 6(j) of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. 456(j))), exemption from combatant training included as part of that military service and whose claim is sustained under such procedures as the President may prescribe, shall, when inducted, participate in military service that does not include any combatant training component.
(b) TRANSFER TO CIVILIAN SERVICE- Any such person whose claim is sustained may, at the discretion of the President, be transferred to a national service program for performance of such person's national service obligation under this Act.
SEC. 9. DISCHARGE FOLLOWING NATIONAL SERVICE.
(a) DISCHARGE- Upon completion or termination of the obligation to perform national service under this Act, a person shall be discharged from the uniformed services or from civilian service, as the case may be, and shall not be subject to any further service under this Act.
(b) COORDINATION WITH OTHER AUTHORITIES- Nothing in this section shall limit or prohibit the call to active service in the uniformed services of any person who is a member of a regular or reserve component of the uniformed services.
SEC. 10. REGISTRATION OF FEMALES UNDER THE MILITARY SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT.
(a) REGISTRATION REQUIRED- Section 3(a) of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. 453(a)) is amended--
(1) by striking `male' both places it appears;
(2) by inserting `or herself' after `himself'; and
(3) by striking `he' and inserting `the person'.
(b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT- Section 16(a) of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. App. 466(a)) is amended by striking `men' and inserting `persons'.
SEC. 11. RELATION OF ACT TO REGISTRATION AND INDUCTION AUTHORITY OF MILITARY SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT.
(a) REGISTRATION- Section 4 of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. App. 454) is amended by inserting after subsection (g) the following new subsection:
`(h) This section does not apply with respect to the induction of persons into the Armed Forces pursuant to the Universal National Service Act of 2003.'.
(b) INDUCTION- Section 17(c) of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C. App. 467(c)) is amended by striking `now or hereafter' and all that follows through the period at the end and inserting `inducted pursuant to the Universal National Service Act of 2003.'.
SEC. 12. DEFINITIONS.
In this Act:
(1) The term `military service' means service performed as a member of an active or reverse component of the uniformed services.
(2) The term `Secretary concerned' means the Secretary of Defense with respect to the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, the Secretary of Homeland Security with respect to the Coast Guard, the Secretary of Commerce, with respect to matters concerning the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Secretary of Health and Human Services, with respect to matters concerning the Public Health Service.
(3) The term `United States', when used in a geographical sense, means the several States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam.
(4) The term `uniformed services' means the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and commissioned corps of the Public Health Service.
S.89
Title: A bill to provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Sen Hollings, Ernest F. [SC] (introduced 1/7/2003)      Cosponsors (None)
Related Bills: H.R.163
Latest Major Action: 1/7/2003 Referred to Senate committee. Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Armed Services.
POPULAR TITLE(S):
Reinstate draft bill (identified by CRS)
SHORT TITLE(S) AS INTRODUCED:
Universal National Service Act of 2003
OFFICIAL TITLE AS INTRODUCED:
A bill to provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.STATUS: (color indicates Senate actions)
1/7/2003:
Read twice and referred to the Committee on Armed Services.COMMITTEE(S):
Committee/Subcommittee: Activity:
Senate Armed Services Referral, In CommitteeRELATED BILL DETAILS:  (additional related bills may be indentified in Status)
Bill: Relationship:
H.R.163 Identical bill identified by CRSAMENDMENT(S):
***NONE***COSPONSOR(S):
***NONE***SUMMARY AS OF:
1/7/2003--Introduced.
Universal National Service Act of 2003 - Declares that it is the obligation of every U.S. citizen, and every other person residing in the United States, between the ages of 18 and 26 to perform a two-year period of national service, unless exempted, either as a member of an active or reserve component of the armed forces or in a civilian capacity that promotes national defense. Requires induction into national service by the President. Sets forth provisions governing: (1) induction deferments, postponements, and exemptions, including exemption of a conscientious objector from military service that includes combatant training; and (2) discharge following national service.
Amends the Military Selective Service Act to authorize the military registration of females.

H.R.163
Title: To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Rep Rangel, Charles B. [NY-15] (introduced 1/7/2003)      Cosponsors (14)
Related Bills: S.89
Latest Major Action: 2/3/2003 House committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Executive Comment Requested from DOD.Jump to: Titles, Status, Committees, Related Bill Details, Amendments, Cosponsors, SummaryTITLE(S):  (italics indicate a title for a portion of a bill)
POPULAR TITLE(S):
Reinstate draft bill (identified by CRS)
SHORT TITLE(S) AS INTRODUCED:
Universal National Service Act of 2003
OFFICIAL TITLE AS INTRODUCED:
To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.STATUS: (color indicates Senate actions)
1/7/2003:
Referred to the House Committee on Armed Services.
2/3/2003:
Executive Comment Requested from DOD.
2/3/2003:
Referred to the Subcommittee on Total Force.COMMITTEE(S):
Committee/Subcommittee: Activity:
House Armed Services Referral, In Committee
Subcommittee on Total Force ReferralRELATED BILL DETAILS:  (additional related bills may be indentified in Status)
Bill: Relationship:
S.89 Identical bill identified by CRSAMENDMENT(S):
***NONE***COSPONSORS(14), ALPHABETICAL [followed by Cosponsors withdrawn]:     (Sort: by date)
Rep Abercrombie, Neil [HI-1] - 1/7/2003 Rep Brown, Corrine [FL-3] - 1/28/2003
Rep Christensen, Donna M. [VI] - 5/19/2004 Rep Clay, Wm. Lacy [MO-1] - 1/28/2003
Rep Conyers, John, Jr. [MI-14] - 1/7/2003 Rep Cummings, Elijah E. [MD-7] - 1/28/2003
Rep Hastings, Alcee L. [FL-23] - 1/28/2003 Rep Jackson, Jesse L., Jr. [IL-2] - 7/21/2004
Rep Jackson-Lee, Sheila [TX-18] - 1/28/2003 Rep Lewis, John [GA-5] - 1/7/2003
Rep McDermott, Jim [WA-7] - 1/7/2003 Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] - 1/28/2003
Rep Stark, Fortney Pete [CA-13] - 1/7/2003 Rep Velazquez, Nydia M. [NY-12] - 1/28/2003
Rep Norton, Eleanor Holmes [DC] - 1/28/2003(withdrawn - 6/21/2004)SUMMARY AS OF:
1/7/2003--Introduced.
Universal National Service Act of 2003 - Declares that it is the obligation of every U.S. citizen, and every other person residing in the United States, between the ages of 18 and 26 to perform a two-year period of national service, unless exempted, either as a member of an active or reserve component of the armed forces or in a civilian capacity that promotes national defense. Requires induction into national service by the President. Sets forth provisions governing: (1) induction deferments, postponements, and exemptions, including exemption of a conscientious objector from military service that includes combatant training; and (2) discharge following national service.
Amends the Military Selective Service Act to authorize the military registration of females.

SUPPORTING H.R. 163, THE UNIVERSAL NATIONAL SERVICE ACT OF 2003 -- HON. FORTNEY PETE STARK (Extensions of Remarks - January 08, 2003)
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HON. FORTNEY PETE STARK
OF CALIFORNIA
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2003
Mr. STARK. Mr. Speaker, I am an original cosponsor of the Rangel/Conyers bill, the Universal National Service Act of 2003 (H.R. 163 ), which would reinstate a national draft. I would like to explain my support for this legislation.
I ardently oppose war with Iraq. The evidence simply does not exist to warrant sending our nation's young people to sacrifice their lives in Iraq. I believe America ought to be an advocate for peace, not imperialism.
Yet, war is on the horizon. The President is intent on invading Iraq whatever the cost. Thanks to the President's brand of hotheaded bully diplomacy, war with North Korea may also be imminent. The only real question that remains is whether or not Americans are ready and willing to bear the cost?
I commend my colleagues Mr. RANGEL and Mr. CONYERS for their wisdom in authoring this bill. I'm honored to be an original cosponsor.
This bill requires all young Americans--men and women between 18 and 26--to perform a two year period of national service in a military or civilian capacity as determined by the President. For those who conscientiously object to war, the bill assures that any military service would not include combat. Otherwise, there would be no preferences, no deferments, no chance for the well-off or the well-connected to dodge military service for their country, as did our President.
Reinstituting the draft may seem unnecessary to some. But, it will ensure all Americans share in the cost and sacrifice of war. Without a universal draft, this burden weighs disproportionately on the shoulders of the poor, the disadvantaged and minority populations.
It is my understanding that out of the 435 Members of this House and the 100 members of the Senate, only one--only one--has a child in active military service. Who are we to know the pain of war when we ourselves will not directly bear the brunt of that action? It won't be us mourning the loss of a child or loved one. Maybe some of you in this Congress would think twice about voting for war in Iraq if you knew your child may be sent to fight in the streets of Baghdad?
If our nation is to go to war, it is only right that all Americans share in the sacrifice of war. It is time we truly comprehended the consequences. I urge my colleagues to support a universal draft which I believe will make votes for war much more real for many of my colleagues.


******************************************************************H.R.163
Title: To provide for the common defense by requiring that all young persons in the United States, including women, perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Rep Rangel, Charles B. [NY-15] (introduced 1/7/2003)      Cosponsors (14)
Related Bills: S.89
Latest Major Action: 2/3/2003 House committee/subcommittee actions. Status: Executive Comment Requested from DOD.STATUS: (color indicates Senate actions)
1/7/2003:
Referred to the House Committee on Armed Services.
2/3/2003:
Executive Comment Requested from DOD.
2/3/2003:
Referred to the Subcommittee on Total Force.


ADDITIONAL SPONSORS -- (House of Representatives - January 28, 2003)
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   H.R. 163 : Ms. VELAZQUEZ, Mr. CUMMMINGS, Mr. MORAN of Virginia, Mr. HASTINGS of Florida, Mr. CLAY, Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, Ms. CORRINE BROWN of Florida, and Ms. NORTON.


ADDITIONAL SPONSORS -- (House of Representatives - May 19, 2004)
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   Under clause 7 of rule XII, sponsors were added to public bills and resolutions as follows:
    
   H.R. 163 : Mrs. CHRISTENSEN.

REMOVAL OF NAME OF MEMBER AS COSPONSOR OF H.R. 163 -- (House of Representatives - June 21, 2004)
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   Ms. NORTON. Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that my name be removed as cosponsor of H.R. 163 .
   The SPEAKER pro tempore. Is there objection to the request of the gentlewoman from the District of Columbia?
   There was no objection.DELETIONS OF SPONSORS FROM PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS -- (House of Representatives - June 21, 2004)
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   Under clause 7 of rule XII, sponsors were deleted from public bills and resolutions as follows:
   H.R. 163 : Ms. NORTON.


   ADDITIONAL SPONSORS -- (House of Representatives - July 21, 2004)
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   Under clause 7 of rule XII, sponsors were added to public bills and resolutions as follows:
   H.R. 163 : Mr. JACKSON of Illinois.

 


09/22/04


09/17/04

We've posted some images from Bill's gravesite here taken the day of the funeral.


09/15/04

Tonight's program : Part 4 of the Symbolic Prophesy of the Great Pyramid. Tonight we will reveal to the audience how in their own words, the mystery schools, initiates and illuminated ones of the great pyramid had predicted something for America in 1935 and 1936.


" One date in 1932 had a very definate association with another date, that of September 16, 1936. According to these two dates and their indications, it appeared from the symbolism that in America there would be a great change in the spirit of the presidency and the constitutional form of government. It was plainly indicated that just prior to 1936 the American nation would adopt a moderate form of dictatorship with a tendency toward state socialism. The indications were that this modified form of government would run into the spring of 1937 and past the fateful day of September 16, 1936. This latter date was indicated by the measurements which just reached and began to enter the King's Chamber, which, according to symbolism of the Pyramid, is the "Hall of Judgement and of Ressurection."
"According to these indications it would appear that in September 1936 a great change is to come into the life and spirit of the government of the United States whereby its former constitutional activities will be judged and from the judgement will arise a new and better form of government based upon modifications growing out of the judgement. Other indications reveal that the people of Israel, as well as the people of Great Britain and America, shall pass through the Hall of Judgement and Resurrection just prior to September, 1936, and that on that date, the 16th at 1:40 a.m., there will be some important act performed that will be of international importance, but especially affecting the people of Israel, Great Britain, and the United States."

We challenge you, the viewers/listeners, to see if your research can show what these events were. Please e-mail us your guesses at mailto:hourofthetime@hotmail.com


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Doyel Shamley


09/14/04

We have received another shipment of The Coming Battle - a must read book! All orders ship the same day.


09/13/04

Live show tonight with Doyel Shamley - The Hidden Symbology of the Great Pyramid Part 2

More items being offered for sale/auction. Please see our for sale page.

We are at a turning point - we need your support to continue this work. Several research projects are underway and we are anxious to get these projects on the air and this website. As most of you are aware the library in Eagar has been closed since early spring and we have gradually built our new studio as donations have permitted. Our next is getting the Eagar studio back up and on the air. We desperately need to get this studio finished. Most of our guests will be interviewed through this studio and several upcoming interviews hinge on the completion of this studio. Please consider becoming a HOTT club member.

If you cannot afford to do so, please consider buying something from our shop. We really HATE begging for money but we are nearing the end of every resource we have. The Hour of the Time has been heavily funded out of our own pockets for the last year. We cannot afford to do so any longer.

The Canadian studio is now up and running WITH CALL IN FACILITIES in part thanks to donations from Canadian listeners to : Hour of the Time, 2446 Bank Street, Suite 444, Ottawa, Ontario, K1V 1A8, Canada. Feel free to call us with your comments, questions, and messages anytime at 1-613-733-4324. This phone line is manned at odd hours - you may catch us in the studio! Please call with research information/guest suggestions/fund raising ideas or anything else you may have to offer. We sincerely appreciate any honest support you may offer.

We now need support from AMERICAN listeners who believe in this cause. America is the last outpost of true freedom on this planet. If we lose America - the whole world loses true freedom.


09/07/04

No webpage updates this week.


09/03/04

We've been putting together a list of items that we'll eventually be putting up for auction. Make us an offer and maybe you'll catch it before auction! These are mostly electronic items that Bill owned (radios/video production equipment) that we can no longer afford to keep in storage. If you are interested in any of this equipment please check here :

http://www.hourofthetime.com/hottforsale/index.html

All proceeds will go to paying off our debts and keeping this website and our radio show up and running. Check back as we'll be adding items all weekend.

- Robert Houghton and Doyel Shamley

 

   
 

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