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AbePena 08/17/2009 4:11am

the question to be asked is “when” will this commission be used? I feel if passed that the president should only have power to declare war if Congress has voted and it was undecided, and the vice president who is neutral incongress makes the declaration of a stalemate. All prospects and limits should be inplace. and limited war powers should be declared.

Basically, the president may enter us into a war, but it would be congress who removes us from any war. A presidentially declared war should only be immediately if the war is on our lands or territories as historically deemed. But once the situation is contained and diplomatic efforts are in place then the war should be halted. That doesn’t mean letting guard down, but we should only fight wars on our lands. Not in other countries.Assisting in wars should NOT be a presidiential previlege, it should be decided by council and limits should be in place before any soldier is sent to assist. There has to be oversight, and accountability

AbePena 07/17/2009 10:57pm

that would show favoritism, and deter other patent holders and inventors. because it will show that the nation recognizes one patent type or holder over the patents of the common individuals.

AbePena 07/17/2009 10:50pm

this would undermine the sucurity and valdidity of information and put the “officer” at risk. as most terrorist acts are supported by other reps whom may have access the the transaction. It also put the family and departments involved at risk. The officer should do his duty and report the information since thats the “officers” job. They shouldn’t expect a reward, this bilol makes it clear that reliable information isn’t as expected as reported. thus also puts the nation at risk by stating to all that you have to bribe an “officer” to do their job. since all “officers” internationally, already have the duty to prevent or deter terrorist acts and or deter crimes. It is their jobs to report in the first place. Again, this bill is telling all that the “officers” are not doing what they are trained and swon to do.

AbePena 06/20/2009 3:49am

would this bill also cover the gypsies? Cause I am a decendant of a survivor. But, this doesn’t even mention the non-jewish survivors. I’d like to file a claim too… Also since this bill would allow the courts to include cases involving the outside investors. The logs, records and reports indicate many of the companies were financed by Americans. And a few of them are still alive, can their assets be taken and converted to a fund to survivors and the decendent there-of? otherwise, this bill does nothing. it leave many of those from the camps out. No mention of the few asian groups in the camps, the gypsies, nor the irish, or the chinese-russian group from the norhtern camp. The groups mentioned in this bill only covers seven main camps. and not addressing the smaller camps and controlled-access shatties.

AbePena 06/19/2009 1:37am

considering the internation issue, and reviews of campus discussions, the photos should nd must be released to re-establish a higher standard for the US. As of now they are demonstrating the fact that the Feds are not listening to the people and also breaking their own rules. It is also detriment that they be released to document that the agencies involved are not complying with internation rules, nor are they following their own training manuals. Thus, the supervisors have to be sanctioned, and the agencies need to be audited by the congress. According to legal-teams the only reason for the non-release is the disclosure issue of Not officially admitting fault, which is the ruling of Bush’ executive order. But in that order it does state the rule-of-law clause. Which means that the president never had the right to keep from prosecution, the people involved. The photos are needed to move on with this trial. Although it will by past cases become a grand jury.

AbePena 06/17/2009 10:13pm

try this out, I was talking to friends at a college doing the legal research for the Fed Reps… The submittal included this…" I don’t know if the data was classified or not, as I was getting it straight from professors and grad students and some lawyers,,," But the words include things like: 1- Can be punishible with fines or community service, failure to comply could include forfeiture of assets no then but not limited to 3000.00USD, and or possible confinement of 30-90 days which will be paid for by the offender, and may include community, or professional service during the extent of confinement.

they had alot more stuff but this part was the one that scared me. Voluntary, yet can be punishible by fines or assets and jail!!! thats not voluntary, it’s like the IRS, they say it’s voluntary, but if you don’t do it, you have the “option” to face penalty.

AbePena 06/17/2009 10:01pm

I still have my drafts for the electric fleet search and rescue program I originally designed. But still can’t find sponsors here in the states. And for some reason, the US is telling us small business people that they are required to hire from foreign businesses, again this should be looked at when you all revise the extentions, and address why the money is being pre-approved to businesses. It makes us feel that the program was designed for companies already on the payroll, and looking for more ways to ghet another check.

AbePena 06/17/2009 9:58pm

they also need to revise the process. I was one of the minority business applicants in the first program, then they informed us our Illinois that it was a closed bid, pre-approved applicant program. How is that kind of program going to improve anything. So I shared my inventions with family in asia, and now china is ahead on the vertical wind generation systems I originally introduced in open engineering way back in 1999-2004 with my grant applications, but kept getting the closed bid, thank you but the grants not for you letters.

AbePena 06/02/2009 6:26pm

this is the closest bill to date, that is comparible to the cabinet jornal of 1819, which describes the contituion but does address that birthright is granted to those with validity, but not undocumented persons. which is why according to my reservation elders, native americans are not constituionally a citizen of the US, yet born in the united states, there are also records and memos from that time that regard birthright and citizenship. there are many cases of english families and french whom have children in the united states, but are considered according to admiral laws, to be from the country of their parents. There was no debate in this issue, until the 1920’s for some odd reason.

AbePena 06/02/2009 6:18pm

Do you guys read the bill? or just the title? Because your comments have nothing to do with this bill. This one actually protects what is already an inalienable right. And also, unclogs many issues faced in, many fields, from corporate interests to private citizens.

AbePena 05/19/2009 6:28am

As a former reservation resident, I hear the appology but that doesn’t hide the fact that the feds are still withholding and limiting how we can use our won resources, and still allowing private companies to steal from our land and not compensate nor end their illegal actions. And it doesn’t end how some of our few tribes left are dictated on tribal policies, or threatened with nonrelease of our funds.

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AbePena’s Supported Bills

Bill Status Last Action
S.386 FERA (111th congress) Bill Is Law May 20, 2009
H.R.17 Citizens' Self-Defense Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Feb 09, 2009
H.R.197 National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Feb 09, 2009
H.R.4137 College Opportunity and Affordability Act of 2007 (110th congress) Bill Is Law Aug 14, 2008
H.R.994 LEAVE Act (111th congress) Introduced Mar 23, 2009
H.J.Res.48 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to abolishing personal income, estate, and gift taxes and prohibiting the United States Government from engaging in business in competition with its citizens. (111th congress) Introduced Jun 12, 2009
H.R.2218 Parental Consent Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Jun 04, 2009
H.R.2121 To provide for the transfer of certain Federal Property to the Galveston Historical Foundation. (111th congress) Bill Is Law Oct 19, 2009
H.J.Res.50 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to marriage. (111th congress) Introduced Jun 12, 2009
H.J.Res.46 To acknowledge a long history of official depredations and ill-conceived policies by the United States Government regarding Indian tribes and offer an apology to all Native Peoples on behalf of the United States. (111th congress) Introduced Apr 30, 2009
H.R.1310 Clean Water Protection Act (111th congress) Introduced Mar 06, 2009
H.R.1972 Law Enforcement Officer's Procedural Bill of Rights Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced May 26, 2009
H.R.1868 Birthright Citizenship Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced May 26, 2009
H.R.1385 Thomasina E. Jordan Indian Tribes of Virginia Federal Recognition Act of 2009 (111th congress) House Passed Jun 04, 2009
S.1085 Reuniting Families Act (111th congress) Introduced May 20, 2009
H.R.2729 To authorize the designation of National Environmental Research Parks by the Secretary of Energy, and for other purposes. (111th congress) House Passed Dec 08, 2009
S.1233 SBIR/STTR Reauthorization Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Jul 13, 2009
H.R.1207 Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Sep 25, 2009
H.R.2928 To amend title 38, United State Code, to provide for an apprenticeship and on-job training program under the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Program. (111th congress) Introduced Sep 24, 2009
H.R.2647 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (111th congress) Bill Is Law Oct 28, 2009

AbePena’s Opposed Bills

Bill Status Last Action
H.R.1913 Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 (111th congress) House Passed Apr 30, 2009
H.R.45 Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009 (111th congress) Introduced Feb 09, 2009
H.R.1 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (111th congress) Bill Is Law Feb 17, 2009
H.R.675 To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide police officers, criminal investigators, and game law enforcement officers of the Department of Defense with authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms. (111th congress) Introduced Mar 16, 2009
H.R.669 Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act (111th congress) Introduced Apr 23, 2009
H.R.848 Performance Rights Act (111th congress) Introduced Dec 14, 2010
S.909 Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act (111th congress) Introduced Apr 28, 2009
H.R.1388 The Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act (111th congress) Bill Is Law Apr 21, 2009
S.2248 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 Amendments Act of 2008 (110th congress) Senate Passed Feb 12, 2008
H.R.1955 Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (110th congress) House Passed Oct 24, 2007
H.R.1908 Patent Reform Act of 2007 (110th congress) House Passed Sep 11, 2007
H.R.1319 Informed P2P User Act (111th congress) House Passed Dec 09, 2009
H.R.1256 Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (111th congress) Bill Is Law Jun 22, 2009
H.R.985 Free Flow of Information Act of 2009 (111th congress) House Passed Apr 01, 2009
H.R.2352 Job Creation Through Entrepreneurship Act of 2009 (111th congress) House Passed May 21, 2009
H.R.2453 To provide for a national biological data center, and for other purposes. (111th congress) Introduced May 21, 2009
H.R.2454 American Clean Energy And Security Act of 2009 (111th congress) House Passed Jul 07, 2009
H.J.Res.51 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to permit the penalty of death for the rape of a child. (111th congress) Introduced Jun 12, 2009
H.J.Res.45 Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act of 2010 (111th congress) Introduced Feb 12, 2010
S.J.Res.16 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to parental rights. (111th congress) Introduced May 14, 2009