For Individual Liberties

Most Americans place an extremely high value on the American tradition of generous individual liberties and of limiting regimentation and regulation to as little as is necessary for the common good.

The growth of the U.S. from 130 million during World War II to nearly 285 million today has placed enormous pressures on individual liberty. Americans have moved to small families to prevent a repeat of that. But Congress insists on overriding those decisions – intent on more than TRIPLING the World War II population by the year 2050.