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Are we thankful for the blessings of liberty and freedom of living in our God-inspired constitutional republic? In 1789, President George Washington proclaimed Nov. 26 to be a day of thanksgiving for God's blessings and for the new U.S. Constitution.

In 1863, President Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday in November “a day of thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Father.” In 1941, Congress passed a law declaring the fourth Thursday in November as America's Thanksgiving Day.

The enemies of our republic who desire world government know that they must radically change our Constitution in order to destroy our individual liberties and national independence. Presently, 28 states have passed an application to congress to have an Article V Constitutional Convention. When 34 states make the call, a Constitutional Convention will be held.

A convention would very likely destroy much of the Bill of Rights. Idaho is a target state by liberals once again to call for a convention although the Idaho Senate rightly voted 24 to 11 last session against a constitutional convention call. Please contact your state legislators to vote against a new constitutional call!

The North American Free Trade Agreement must be abolished! It has been a disaster for the American economy as over 50,000 factories and over a million jobs have been lost. It has been part of the New World Order to make the U.S. a third world country.

NAFTA is not free trade, but highly regulated trade by unelected bureaucrats. Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution states that Congress is “To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations ... .” NAFTA is a direct attack on the Constitution and a platform for global merger. Internationalist Henry Kissinger said, “It is the architecture of an new international system.” Trade should be negotiated between individual countries.

Do not renegotiate NAFTA, but abolish it!

Adrian Arp


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