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The Coming Draft?

With talk of forcing young people to provide a year of “national service” to the government, why was Paul Jacob offering this exalted congressionally-established Commission advice about their website address?
You must watch to discover.
Sure, Congress may not be quite on the verge of legislating a mandatory year of national service for those guilty of being young, but Congress is certainly looking into the idea through the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service.
On Thursday, Paul Jacob traveled to American University to address the Commission, where for three minutes he implored them to recognize the not-so-subtle difference between inspiring citizens to serve and enslaving them, forcing citizens to serve. “Forswear any forced service whatsoever,” he urged. “That shouldn’t happen in America.”
Oh, and consider changing your website address. Just watch.

Event: National Commission Hearing on Mandatory Service Policy (second hearing) 
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Location: American University, Washington College of Law; Claudio Grossman Hall; 4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington, D.C., 20016

Make your voice heard: contact the commission here:

The full video can be viewed at the C-SPAN site: National Commission Hearing on Mandatory Service Policy.

Paul Jacob would like to thank two great young people (pictured above), Sophia and Marquis, for volunteering to travel with him into Washington. “May they never be robbed of one second of their lives to the enforced designs of Congress . . . much less a year or two.”

By: Redactor

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