Tuesday, September 20, 2016


(NOTE: Republican Congressman Michael McCaul of Westlake Hills, Texas---a suburb of the city of Austin---has reportedly served as Chairman of the United States House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security in Washington, D.C., ever since January 3, 2013. -- jkm)

(Subject:) 9-19-16 plea to Rep. McCaul for a "local control"-based ban on alcohol sales

(Date and time:) 9-19-16 at 10:46 p.m.

John McMillan (at e-mail address of "mcmillanj@att.net")

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On Monday, September 19, 2016 10:46 PM, John McMillan wrote:

Dear Congressman McCaul,

As I am sure you must be painfully aware, the national security of this entire country is severely compromised on a daily and year-round basis by the millions of Americans who are addicted to drinking alcohol or who participate in binge drinking.

As you might well agree, all too many federal employees and federal officials participate in binge drinking or are addicted to alcohol. And when those federal employees hold sensitive positions of employment at or near nuclear missile silos or with the State Department, this can significantly jeopardize the safety of our entire nation and its people. And the often-irresponsible alcohol consumption by federal officials and federal employees is "just the tip of the iceberg" in American society, as I'm sure you must be very aware through your devoted work on behalf of protecting national security throughout the U.S.A.

It is also painfully apparent that consumption of drinking alcohol throughout this nation is frequently accompanied by consumption of marijuana and other illicit drugs that can both directly and indirectly pose a major threat to the national security of this entire nation and the American people.

Congressman McCaul, I would like to ask you to please author a new bill before the U.S. Congress that will provide enabling legislation for a new Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that will help address these very alarming problems while still protecting the rights of Americans at the local level to CHOOSE for themselves whether they want to take advantage of this new Amendment in their own city or county or U.S. state.

The proposed new Constitutional Amendment could state:

"No municipality or county of any individual U.S. state shall be denied the legal right to approve by a majority of the votes cast in a general election or special election, a new law for that city, county, or state that strictly prohibits and classifies as a crime the retail sale or wholesale sale of any and all drinking alcohol, or any cited category of drinking alcohol determined to be medically harmful, anywhere and everywhere in that city or county or state".

My hope is that this type of new Constitutional Amendment will, among other benefits for our nation, help to significantly reduce the amount of violence, including violence by terrorists and mass murderers wielding guns or other weapons, occurring throughout our entire nation each year.

Other obvious benefits from this proposed new Constitutional Amendment ---- a new Amendment strongly upholding "local control" and "states' rights" in government --- include the following:

---reduced incidence of "impulse buys" of drinking alcohol and of "binge drinking" of alcohol that results from a night-time "impulse buy" of alcohol in a convenience store or nightclub.

---reduced incidence of profane speech and obscene speech in public places throughout the United States.

---reduced incidence of sexually-transmitted diseases and reduced per-capita incidence of the HIV virus in each city, county, or state that votes to approve a ban on sale of drinking alcohol per se anywhere in that city or county or state.

---reduced overall crime rate, since many of the categories of crimes that occur, such as motor-vehicle theft and burglaries of homes or businesses and home-invasion crimes and trespassing on private property and the also-outrageous crime of stalking, can be partly linked to alcohol consumption by the crime suspect.

----reduced domestic violence inside homes or apartment residences throughout this nation.

---reduced incidence of motor-vehicle accidents on roadways in each city, county, or state that chooses to approve a drinking-alcohol-sales ban for their city, county, or state, for the obvious reason that sober Americans are safer drivers on the roadways.

----enhanced medical health and enhanced emotional health for Americans living in cities or counties or states where the voters approve a ban on alcohol sales.

---conservation of water, an important goal for American society, which the cities and counties and states approving the ban on alcohol sales would help to promote, since lots of water is currently being wasted through the production of alcoholic beverages in this country.

Congressman McCaul, I would appreciate your letting me know as soon as possible whether you are willing to sponsor or co-sponsor legislation of this type in the United States House of Representatives. I mention this because if you as my own duly elected congressman are not willing to sponsor this legislation before the House, I will have to find another congressman who is willing to provide courageous and very insightful leadership in that way.

I hope to hear from you very soon.

Sincerely and Best Wishes,

John Kevin McMillan, Founder and Sole Current Approved Member of the non-Christian and anti-drinking-alcohol, anti-marijuana-minded, anti-illicit-drugs-minded, anti-tobacco-minded, anti-tattoos-minded, anti-profanity-in-everyday-speech-minded, anti-facial-hair-minded, implicitly-deistic and non-atheistic, Progressive Prohibitionist Religion. I might add that I take pride in being a certified direct descendant of the Rev. William Brewster, who served as Head Chaplain on the Mayflower and as a leading adviser to Governor William Bradford of the Plymouth Colony of the United Kingdom in what is now the U.S. state or Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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