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FTAA  (Free Trade Area of the Americas)  & CAFTA  (Central American Free Trade Agreement)
The DR-CAFTA Implementation Act (H.R. 3045 / S. 1307) passed the Senate 54-45 on 6-30-05 (Roll Call 170), passed the House 217-215 on 7-28-05 (Roll Call 443) and was signed by President Bush (PDF) on 8-02-05.

Next on the agenda for Congress' is FTAA!


  CAFTA Should Be Rejected Just Like The EU Constitution
   Phyllis Schlafly Column, 6-29-2005

  CAFTA Is a Bad Deal for the United States

  • Europe's Warning to America
  • Mexican Guide Book for Illegal Aliens
  • Alien Diseases Threaten Us All
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, June 2005

      CAFTA Is A Bad Deal For The United States
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 3-23-2005

      Conservative Agenda for 2005
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, Jan. 2005

      To Celebrate Independence, We Must Have Sovereignty
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 7-07-2004

      To Celebrate Independence, We Must Have Sovereignty
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 7-07-2004

      Amnesty Isn't 'Reform' — It's Open Borders
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, Jan. 2004

      What the Global Economy Costs Americans
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, June 2003

      The High Price of Free Trade
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 11-26-2003

      Rushing Toward Economic Integration?
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, Feb. 2002

      Fast Track Is Unconstitutional
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 12-05-2001

      Free Trade Is an Economic Not a Moral Issue
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, June 2001

      Free Trade Is An Economic, Not A Moral, Issue
       Phyllis Schlafly Column, 5-23-2001

      Free Trade, Protectionism, NAFTA, and GATT
       Phyllis Schlafly Report, March 1996

  • Honor Roll of 27 Republicans who stood up for American sovereignty and voted NO on CAFTA
    Boustany
    Capito
    Coble
    Cubin
    Foxx
    Garrett (NJ)
    Goode
    Gutknecht
    Hostettler
    Hunter
    Jindal
    Jones (NC)
    LoBiondo
    Mack
    McCotter
    McHenry
    McHugh
    Miller (MI)
    Ney
    Norwood
    Otter
    Paul
    Rehberg
    Simmons
    Simpson
    Smith (NJ)
    Tancredo
    In a late night vote, the House of Representatives passed CAFTA 217-215 with two members not voting. CAFTA passed the Senate earlier this summer. To see how your member voted, see Roll Call vote 443.

    A L E R T S
     CAFTA Threatens Doctor Certifications, Food Supplements, and Immigration Laws,  7-25-2005

     CAFTA Threatens Medical and Dental Board Certifications,  7-21-2005

     Just Say No To CAFTA,  6-16-2005

     CAFTA Is A Bad Deal For America,  5-16-2005


    N E W S
     CAFTA and Dietary Supplements
         by Ron Paul, MD  7-19-2005

     CAFTA undermines immigration laws
         by Tom Tancredo, 7-17-2005

     CAFTA's big secret
         by Lou Dobbs, 6-30-2005

     CAFTA would squash "buy domestic" efforts
         by William Hawkins, 6-19-2005

     CAFTA: Amnesty for Trade Cheats
         by Cong. Charles Norwood, 6-17-2005

     CAFTA: More Bureaucracy, Less Free Trade
         by Rep. Ron Paul, MD, 6-07-2005

     CAFTA accord won't be good for Alabama
         by Alan Tonelson & Eunie Smith, 5-29-2005

     Bush's CAFTA and China Policies: Linked Only in Ineffectiveness
         by Alan Tonelson, 5-28-2005

     CAFTA: The Classic Outsourcing Agreement
         by Alan Tonelson, 3-07-2005

     States' Rights vs. Free Trade
         Business Week, 3-07-2005


    Central America Free Trade Agreement Fact Sheet 
    by Alan Tonelson, 5-29-2004

         Globalization &
         Free Trade Area of the Americas
    The Race to the BottomWhere are they leading us? 
    Read: "The Race to the Bottom: Why a Worldwide Worker Surplus and Uncontrolled Free Trade Are Sinking American Living Standards" by Alan Tonelson
    Looking for ammunition showing why current globalization policies are undermining the U.S. economy? Look no further than Alan Tonelson's The Race to the Bottom. A consultant for CNN anchorman Lou Dobbs, Tonelson has been called "probably the most significant economist spreading the nationalist gospel" by The New Republic and has been named one of "Washington's Top China-Watchers" for 2004 by The International Economy magazine. Tonelson is a Research Fellow at the U.S. Business & Industry Council in Washington, DC and his writings on trade policy and globalization are available at AmericanEconomicAlert.org.

    The Open Borders Lobby and the Nation's Security after 9/11 by William Hawkins
    Unchecked illegal immigration and a radical open borders agenda are threatening the economic security of the United States. Veteran researcher William Hawkins explores the dangers faced by the U.S. in the 21st Century as it confronts terrorism, unprotected borders, massive illegal immigration, and a radical "open borders" lobby.

    Published by the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, can be ordered by calling 323-556-2550, or AmericanEconomicAlert.org.




     
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