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AMAC Action Weekly Advocacy Update: Oppose General Brown

Posted on Thursday, August 10, 2023
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Call-to-Action Spotlight: AMAC Members Flood the US Senate to Oppose Gen. Brown’s Nomination

AMAC Action launched a campaign before Congress adjourned for its August recess where our members contacted their US Senators to tell them to reject General Charles Brown’s nomination to be Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff which would make him the top officer in the US military.

General Brown is a proven promoter of racial quotas, social experimentation, transgenderism and woke ideological teachings. He sees compelling female personnel to bunk and shower with biological males who “identify as females” as nothing more than a problem of managing discomfort levels.

In 24 hours, AMAC members flooded the Senate with 25,000 messages telling these lawmakers to oppose this nomination!

The Senate ended up not voting on General Brown’s nomination and you can be sure that AMAC Action will be watching this process as it develops when Congress returns in September, and we will be ready to activate the AMAC membership again if necessary.

 

Calls-to-Action

Calls-to-Action are active for opposing the confirmation of General Charles Brown as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, California SB 278 and SCA 2, the JP Morgan Chase assault on civil rights.

 

Meet & Greets

A Meet & Greet is a formal meeting with an elected official that includes AMAC members.

This week in MN-08, Representative Pete Stauber and Minnesota State Representative (District 30A) Walter Hudson spoke and fielded questions from attendees for an hour each. Representative Stauber also announced his co-sponsorship of AMAC’s H.R. 2986 – HEALTH Act.

 

Chapter Meetings

PA-11 held its first ever chapter meeting! The Chapter Leader gave a detailed introduction of AMAC and discussed the state of American education. MN-08 had a Meet & Greet event with Representative Pete Stauber and AMAC members.

 

 

American Conservatism: Concise Guide to Conservatism by Russell Kirk

Chapter 4 – Conservatives and Individuality

It is important to understand the distinctions that a true conservative believes about individuality and rights. A conservative is not a strict individualist who is selfishly concerned only with himself. A conservative “is an individualist in the sense that he believes in the primacy of the individual, the right of the human person to be himself.” Additionally, true individuality should be fostered for the conservative is not a collectivist who believes a group has priority over the person, yet “individuality without moral restraints or just laws often has led to selfish excess.”

 

When there is conflict between the state, or government, and the rights of an individual, the conservative champions the rights and liberties of the individual. Freedom without restraint can lead to oppression or anarchy, and a government without restraint can, and usually does, lead to tyranny. So, the conservative believes that society should foster healthy individuality, which provides a check against callous individualism, with a healthy conscience.

 

“Thus, the conservative is dedicated to true individuality, the right and the duty of men and women to be themselves; the conservative seeks enlightened competition, differences of rank and station and wealth, life with variety and even with risk. But he does not seek a doctrinaire ‘Individualism’ that favors selfishness, private illicit ambition, and ‘devil take the hintermost’ on principle.”

 

Next week: Chapter Five – Conservatives and the Family

 

Quote of the Week

“I want the people of America to be able to work less for the government — and more for themselves. I want them to have the rewards of their own industry. This is the chief meaning of freedom. Until we can reestablish a condition under which the earnings of the people can be kept by the people, we are bound to suffer a very severe and distinct curtailment of our liberty.”

 

                                                       ― President Calvin Coolidge, a speech on August 11, 1924, at the White                                                                House.

 

July 2023 By the Numbers

AMAC Army of Advocates

357,041

9 Calls-to-Action

12 Chapter Meetings

3 All-State Chapter Meetings

Kansas on 07/06/2023

Ohio on 07/11/2023

Iowa on 07/18/2023

22 Political Inquiries Answered by AMAC Action Staff

 

Fight to save the America we love! If you’d like to become a volunteer AMAC Action Advocate, please contact us at (855) 809-6976 or [email protected].

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