WE THE PEOPLE FOUNDATION
FOR CONSTITUTIONAL EDUCATION:
FIRST AMENDMENT PETITIONS FOR
REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES REGARDING VIOLATIONS OF THE FEDERAL
CONSTITUTION FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
The following Petitions for Redress of
Grievances for violations of the Constitution were first served on the
federal Government in November, 2002, and twice thereafter in 2008.
We the People Foundation
established a professional standard for Petitioning the Executive and
Legislative branches and had the foresight to try to stop the
violations before their effects could devastate America.
The Petitions were served on the
President, every member of Congress and the Attorney General. To
date, there has been no response.
The Petitions therefore stand as a
crucial historical Record for the Free People of America, as our
Nation now faces the devastating effects of the violations.
After years of seeking a response
from government and getting none, We The People Foundation considered
2009, moving forward, a “post-Petition” era, i.e. there was no point
Serving Petitions when the government was not responding and not
enough Freedom-loving People were awake to peacefully enforce their
This led the organization to conceive of and host the Continental
Congress in November of 2009, a gathering of 116 citizen-delegates
from all states except Oklahoma and North Dakota, who met round the
clock for eleven days to discuss fourteen violations of the
Constitution and solutions which would restore constitutional
governance in America.
The Work of the Continental Congress is called “Articles of
and include, not Petitions for Redress, but Remedial Instructions to
Congress and the States designed to stop the violations. The document
represents the ONLY PLAN of its kind in America today.
The Petitions you
see here were carefully researched and the information factual through
In addition to these Petitions, We the People Foundation petitioned
the judicial branch in an attempt to remedy the following additional
1995 - Bailout of the Mexican Peso without a
Congressional appropriation- violation of the Money Clauses of the
1999 - Bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
without a Congressional Authorization - War Powers Clauses of the
2008 - $85 Billion Bailout of AIG and $700 Billion of
the Financial Institutions - without constitutional authorization
2007-ongoing - Counting Votes in Secret - lawsuit to
prohibit electronic vote counting systems that violate an individual's
Right to Know his vote is being accurately counted without special
Because of the greater
Freedom movement that exists in America now, We The People Foundation
is hopeful that 2011 may bring renewed focus on the Right to Petition
and that there may finally be enough People awake who care, to insist
the Right be acknowledged and restored, along with a viable process at
both the federal and state levels.