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Congress, Laws Suppressing Boycotts of Israel Are Unconstitutional. Sincerely, Three Federal Courts.

Congress, Laws Suppressing Boycotts of Israel Are Unconstitutional. Sincerely, Three Federal Courts.

Kate Ruane

Congress just got yet another reminder that the First Amendment right to political boycotts is alive and well in the United States, and any legislative attempt to infringe on that right puts them squarely against the Constitution.

It’s time for "BDS."

Today, Tomorrow, and until Palestinian Rights to Exist are recognized.

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What a horror that so many in Congress want to block America’s 1st Amendment rights!
And I would like to remind Congress and the Trump, that of course, no programs for the people should be cut. We have plenty of money for Medicare for All, free college and places to live for all, plus all kinds of jobs reinforcing out crumbling infrastructure, and have plenty of money for the Green New Deal.
First cut the military until they can find all the money they have lost , and second cut Israel. It’s been 71 years that that nation has received money—and if they can’t stand on their their feet by now, what is the point of endangering America by cutting our necessary programs? 71 years of aid to Israeli is enough You better fix this Congress, because as of now, families only get 3 months of food stamps—so why should Israel get 71 years of aid?.

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A large majority of congress members are trained attorneys, there’s no excuse for them voting in favor of any legislation that violates the Bill of Rights. Immediately remove these traitors from congress and charge them with dereliction of duty. This should include anyone who votes for any bill that attacks or reduces our basic rights.

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