Last Updated 11/30/04

Colleges Can Bar Army Recruiters 11/30/2004
Universities may bar military recruiters from their campuses without risking the loss of federal money, a federal appeals court ruled yesterday. A three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, in Philadelphia, found that educational institutions have a First Amendment right to keep military recruiters off their campuses to protest the Defense Department policy of excluding gays from military service.

There Is a Very Good Chance:

You Or Someone You Love Is Gonna Get Drafted

Uncle Sam Will Soon Want Your Kids

Of Course, Bush Will Bring Back the Draft. Who's He Kidding?
Thousands of reservists and National Guard members are no longer serving voluntarily: they have been kept in the military past their agreed terms of enlistment by "stop loss" orders. The administration's strategy of denial in the face of these realities was illustrated by a revealing moment during the second presidential debate.

Government Looking At Military Draft Lists 11/15/04
The Selective Service System (SSS) and the U.S. Department of Education now are gearing up to compare their computer records, to make sure all men between the ages of 18 and 25 who are required to register for a military draft have done so. The SSS and the education department will begin comparing their lists on Jan. 1, 2005, according to a memo authored by Jack Martin, acting Selective Service director.

 Attention Parents: You cannot stay in denial any longer. The man who just stole the Presidency is coming to steal your children from you, and you may not get them back. Children being killed and crippled in war isn't something that happens only to other families anymore.


No Child Left Unrecruited?
A provision of the No Child Left Behind Act requires high schools to give military recruiters previously confidential student information.

The Military Draft

A mandatory draft is coming and it will come soon. Make no mistake about it. If you have a 'specialty' field such as health care worker or even computer skills (such as a degree in computer science), you could be 'drafted' into government service up to the age limit of 44 years old.

"We Need A Bigger Army."
--Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, TIME's Person of the Year double issue, December, 2003.




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"The Selective Service System Wants To Hear From Men And Women In The Community Who Might Be Willing To Serve As Members Of A Local Draft Board."
 --Defense Department Web Site, September 22, 2003

U.S. Preparing For Military Draft in Spring of 2005
The Selective Service System has received an extra $28 million in funds for this year's budget to fill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070 appeals board slots nationwide and put "troops on the ground in 85% of all American high schools to make sure no one between 18-25 years old slips through the cracks.

Draft Dilemma
 College and Canada will not be options. In December 2001, Canada and the U.S. signed a "smart border declaration," which would be used to keep would-be draft dodgers in the US. This plan, among other things, eliminates higher education as a shelter and includes women in the draft.


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