Dear Jane Harman (D-CA) and members of U.S. Congress,
I am writing to you to express my concern that House bill:
S 1959: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007,
which seeks to limit, freedom of religious expression over the internet, fails to meet constitutional benchmarks.
This country was founded on the radical ideology that, We the People are entitled to freedom of religion.
Amendment 1 states:
Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion
Article 5 states:
the Constitution is valid for all intents and purposes.
Article 6 states:
[T]he Constitution is the Supreme Law in the Land,
All laws are to be made in pursuance of the Constitution
Any thing in the laws to the contrary is not with standing.
Rep. Harman, you took an oath of office promising to uphold and defend the U.S. Constitution. S 1959 is a “thing” contrary to the ratified First Amendment.
Therefore, passage of S 1959 is illegal.
Next time, please review constitutional law before submitting legislation to Congress.
Susan F. Allen, M.Ed.
cc. Jane Harman’s constituent base & local papers in Jane Harman’s district.