Your letters to members of the Congress or to the President may be addressed this way:

The President Any U.S. Senator Any U.S. Representative
The President of the United States
The White House
Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr. President:

The Honorable ________
Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510

Dear Senator _______:

The Honorable ________
House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Mr. _______:

The same addresses are appropriate when writing to the House or Senate Committees.

Sample Letter

Your information here.

Dear __________________:

I write to ask you to please become a co-sponsor bill to be entitled,
The Citizen Soldier Protection Act of 2015.

This is an important bill, which would make it impossible for the government to force American citizens to serve in a military capacity under the United Nations or any other government – other than in a war as declared by Congress, according to the Constitution of the United States.

This is a modest bill – it does not stop volunteers from serving under the United Nations, nor does it get the USA out of the U.N. It simply stops the involuntary servitude started by President Bill Clinton via his unconstitutional Executive Order, Presidential Decision Directive #25.

The courts have ruled that it is incumbent upon Congress to check and balance abuses of power by the Executive Branch.

This is a nonpartisan bill. Neither conservative Republicans, nor liberal Democrats, want their sons and daughters to someday be drafted or forced to serve under the United Nations.

This bill is consistent with the United Nations Participation Act of 1949, and I hope to see your name on it as a cosponsor soon.


Your Name