The Trans-Pacific Partnership is aimed at integrating the economic, legal, and political systems of Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam — and the United States. As such, it proposes a radical, unconstitutional transformation of our republic and of the entire governing structure of our nation.
At Nelson Mandela’s memorial in South Africa, President Obama eulogized the former terrorist group leader and socialized with dictators of communist, Marxist, and Fascist regimes.
While "We the People" and our elected officials in Congress are being denied access to the negotiations and text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, big corporations, labor unions, and environmental NGOs are being given special access.
President Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is an an all-out assault on our national sovereignty. It would unconstitutionally transfer legislative powers from the U.S. Congress, our state legislatures, and our city and county governments to multi-national corporations and unaccountable international bureaucrats at the World Trade Organization, or WTO.
President Obama took to the stage to lavishly praise the recently deceased South African revolutionary Nelson Mandela at a December 10 memorial service in Johannesburg. But before doing so, he extended a welcome handshake to Cuban President Raul Castro.