Fourth of July Tea Parties

Richard Salbato

Except for Fox News, the major news outlets of America tried their best to pretend that hundreds of Tea Parties with up to a million people did not even happen.  When they did report on it, they tried to make it into nothing but extremists, who did not even know what they were protesting.  But they did know and it was the same as the first Boston Tea Party, that started the revolution that eventually created the United States of America and its Constitutional Government.

At Boston, the people protested the lack of representation in the government.  The oppressive British government did not care what the people thought about anything.  The same thing has been happing in government today, especially in the last year, from Bush to Obama. Because of almost daily poles and the massive internet with instant communication, the government knows what the people think about things within days of their action. 

In spite of 85% of the people being against the Immigration bill in congress last year, the government tried to pass it anyway. In spite of 75% of the people being against the 700 billion dollar bail out of the banks under Bush, the government did it anyway.  In spite of 70% of the people being against the bail out of the big three auto companies, the government did it anyway.  In spite of 70% of the people being against pouring 150 billion dollars into Fanny May and Freddie Mac the government did it anyway. In spite of 70% of the people being against the 700 billion dollar stimulus package, the government passed it anyway. The people were against the 500 billion dollar budget just passed, and we are realizing that we do not count.

We, the people, want to kick them all out of office, Democrats and Republicans.

Not constitutional

What the internet has educated people in today (that they did not learn in government controlled schools) is that most of what the government is doing today and has done for the past 70 years is not even constitutional.  It violates the 10th Amendment to the Constitution, limiting the Federal Government to only those things that cannot be done by the people or the states, namely: 

1. Protecting the states from foreign nations (including foreign trade),

2. Regulating commerce between states,

3. Printing a National Currency,

4. Protecting the Constitution.  

Up until the 20th Century this is all the Federal Government was ever involved in.

However the first violation of this division of power came when in the middle of the night the congress passed the Federal Reserve Act in December of 1913, giving the right of the government to print and control money over to the 11 international banks.  It was not signed into law until Woodrow Wilson became president months later.  Wilson lived to advise all the later presidents up to Eisenhower.  However, when Kennedy became president, he started doing what the government is supposed to do.  He started printing money with out the FDS’ permission.  Within a year he was killed.  See

I believe the Fed was one of the causes of the Great Depression and the market crash On Oct 29, 1929.  The other causes of the Great Depression were the morals of the Roaring Twenties (a reaction to the end of World War I), were people lost all morals and woman went out drinking in mini-dresses, and spending, spending, spending, charging, charging and charging.

Prior to the great crash the greatest memory by people there was “charge it” because even in food and liquor stores, people were charging everything.  Then came what I think was a punishment of these immoral acts, the Great Dust Bowl famine.  Other than the Federal Reserve Act, none of this was the government’s fault.  In spite of all this, the market crash only lasted one year, and recovered 50% by 1930.

President FD Roosevelt was elected President in November 1932. In his first "hundred days," he proposed, and Congress enacted, a sweeping program to bring recovery to business and agriculture, relief to the unemployed and to those in danger of losing farms and homes, and reform, especially through the establishment of the Tennessee Valley Authority.

Businessmen and bankers were against Roosevelt's New Deal program. They feared his experiments were appalling because he had taken the Nation off the gold standard and allowed deficits in the budget, and disliked the concessions to labor. In fact, Roosevelt even confiscated all the gold that even the people had. 

Roosevelt responded with a new program of reform: Social Security, heavier taxes on the wealthy, new controls over banks and public utilities, and an enormous work relief program for the unemployed, all unconstitutional programs, and the Supreme Court said so.  The depression worsened. 

So, Roosevelt sought legislation to pack the Supreme Court, which had declared key New Deal measures as being Unconstitutional. Roosevelt lost the Supreme Court battle, but a revolution in constitutional law took place, called “Progressivism”, meaning the destruction of the Constitutional Law by liberal interpretation, and the adoption of the “Common Law” of England, also Unconstitutional.  Thereafter the Government could legally regulate the economy.

Regulating the economy is not constitutional. 

Feeling that the future peace of the world would depend upon relations between the United States and Russia, he started what would become the United Nations. Under Roosevelt the depression became worse and did not end until America entered World War II.  Roosevelt got his ideas of economics from a meeting with John Maynard Keyes.

John Maynard Keynes was a British economist and advocated interventionist government policy, by which the government would use fiscal and monetary measures to mitigate the adverse effects of economic recessions, depressions and booms.

Keynes was raised a Communist but later became a Socialist.  He was homosexual and his two lovers were artist Duncan Grant and Lytton Strachey, although he later had a childless marriage to a Russian ballerina.  He was  also agnostic. 

He proposed the creation of an international currency, that he called the Bancor and of new global institutions—that would later be known as the World Bank and IMF,

President Roosevelt met with Keynes and put his ideas into practice right away and this stayed the American system until 1970.  For 30 years America abandoned Keynesian Economics for true Capitalism.   But in 2008 President Obama revived Keynes's ideas.


From Roosevelt on every act of the Federal Government was interpreted by a Progressive interpretation of the Constitution.  From then on (not counting wars) the Federal Government grew from 1% of the GDP to 24% of GDP, and now under Obama, it will be 35% of GDP by 2015.  None of this is Constitutional.  Progressivism is how Abortion was passed in the Supreme Court.  In other words, a progressive interpretation of the law “a right to life”, they just say that it is not life until they say it is life. 

The Danger of Big Government

 (The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset – pp/ 119-121)

When the state government gets too big and too intrusive into the lives of man –

the mass-man will tend to demand that the State intervene immediately and undertake a solution directly with its immense and unassailable resources.

This is a gravest danger that today threatens civilization: State intervention; the absorption of all spontaneous social effort by the State, that is to say, of spontaneous historical action, which in the long run sustains, nourishes, and impels human destinies.  When the mass suffers any ill-fortune or simply feels some strong appetite, its great temptation is that permanent, sure possibility of obtaining everything – without effort, struggle, doubt, or risk – merely by touching a button and setting the mighty machine in motion.

“The result of this tendency will be fatal.  Spontaneous social action will be broken up over and over again by the State intervention: no new seed will be able to fructify.  Society will have to live for the State, man for the governmental machine.  And as, after all, it is only a machine whose existence and maintenance depend on the vital supports around it, the State, after sucking out the very marrow of society, will be left bloodless, a skeleton, dead with that rusty death of machinery, more gruesome than the death of a living organism.”

If we do not repeal these government programs, this will happen by 2012. 


July 4th’s Tea Party’s Real Meaning


Rep. John Shadegg, R-Arizona’s bill before Congress, numbered H.R. 450, or the Enumerated Powers Act, states,

"Each Act of Congress shall contain a concise and definite statement of the constitutional authority relied upon for the enactment of each portion of that Act. The failure to comply with this section shall give rise to a point of order in either House of Congress. …"

When he introduced the proposal Jan. 9, Shadegg gave a House floor speech reminding his colleagues of limited authority granted in the 10th Amendment of the United States Constitution. It states,

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Shadegg said the act would perform three important functions:

1. It would encourage members of Congress to consider whether their proposed legislation belongs in the federal level in the allocation of powers or whether it belongs with the states or the people.

2. It would force lawmakers to include statements explaining by what authority they are acting.

3. It would give the U.S. Supreme Court the ability to scrutinize constitutional justification for every piece of legislation. If the justification does not hold up, the courts and the people could hold Congress accountable and eliminate acts that reach beyond the scope of the Constitution.

He said the Founding Fathers granted specific, limited powers to the national government to protect the people's freedom. "As a result, the Constitution gives the Federal Government only 18 specific enumerated powers, just 18 powers," Shadegg noted.


Close 90% of the 436 Federal Government Departments and Agencies

Our government workers are not accountable to you but the bureaucracy. Our Federal Government is about 20 times bigger than it need be. Every government agency ought to have board of the governed/affected overseeing it. When a business fails it goes out of business. When a government agency/program fails it gets more funding. Based on the 10th Amendment of the Constitution, most of the Departments and Agencies below are Unconstitutional.  Most are not needed, and if needed belong to the State’s rights. 

All the Departments and Agencies are under the control of Government unions, and the retirements and health care of these government employees are not financially sustainable.  Some of these employees make more retired than they do working.

This list of Departments and Agencies does not include Sup-Departments and Agencies, and 90% of this list is Management, and not workers. 

When you read the following and you think we need this or that, think of why it is a separate department instead of being combined in other departments or why it would not better be in the States.  A good example is the Education department.  What right do the Feds have to be in the Education system at all, when for almost all history this was State’s rights.

Administration on Aging (AOA)

1.   Administration for Children and Families (ACF)

2.   Administrative Committee of the Federal Register

3.   Administrative Office of the U.S. Court

4.   Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

5.   African Development Foundation

6.   Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

7.   Agency for International Development

8.   Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

9.   Agricultural Marketing Service

10.                     Agricultural Research Service

11.                     Agriculture Department (USDA)

12.                     Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (Treasury)

13.                     Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Bureau (DOJ)

14.                     American Battle Monuments Commission

15.                     American Samoa

16.                     AMTRAK (National Railroad Passenger Corporation)

17.                     Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

18.                     Appalachian Regional Commission

19.                     Architect of the Capitol

20.                     Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board)

21.                     Arctic Research Commission

22.                     Armed Forces Retirement Home

23.                     Arms Control and International Security

24.                     Army Corps of Engineers

25.                     Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Interagency Coordinating Committee

26.                     Bankruptcy Courts

27.                     Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation

28.                     Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs Office

29.                     Botanic Garden

30.                     Broadcasting Board of Governors (Voice of America, Radio/TV Marti and more)

31.                     Bureau of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade (Treasury)

32.                     Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (Justice)

33.                     Bureau of the Census

34.                     Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)

35.                     Bureau of Engraving and Printing

36.                     Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)

37.                     Bureau of Industry and Security (formerly the Bureau of Export Administration)

38.                     Bureau of International Labor Affairs

39.                     Bureau of Justice Statistics

40.                     Bureau of Labor Statistics

41.                     Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

42.                     Bureau of Prisons

43.                     Bureau of Public Debt

44.                     Bureau of Reclamation

45.                     Bureau of Transportation Statistics

46.                     Census Bureau

47.                     Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion

48.                     Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

49.                     Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (formerly the Health Care Financing Administration)

50.                     Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

51.                     Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigations Board

52.                     Chief Financial Officers Council

53.                     Chief Information Officers Council

54.                     Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee

55.                     Citizenship and Immigration Services Bureau (formerly Immigration and Naturalization Service)

56.                     Civilian Radioactive Waste Management

57.                     Coalition Provisional Authority (in Iraq)

58.                     Coalition Provisional Authority Inspector General

59.                     Commerce Department

60.                     Commission of Fine Arts

61.                     Commission on Civil Rights

62.                     Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction

63.                     Commission on International Religious Freedom

64.                     Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements

65.                     Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled

66.                     Commodity Futures Trading Commission

67.                     Community Development Office (Agriculture Department)

68.                     Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)

69.                     Community Planning and Development

70.                     Comptroller of the Currency Office

71.                     Congressional Budget Office (CBO)

72.                     Constitution Center

73.                     Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)

74.                     Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service

75.                     Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

76.                     Corporation for National and Community Service

77.                     Council of Economic Advisers

78.                     Council on Environmental Quality

79.                     Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

80.                     Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

81.                     Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

82.                     Court of Federal Claims

83.                     Court of International Trade

84.                     Customs and Border Protection

85.                     Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

86.                     Defense Commissary Agency

87.                     Defense Contract Audit Agency

88.                     Defense Contract Management Agency

89.                     Defense Department (DOD)

90.                     Defense Field Activities

91.                     Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS)

92.                     Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

93.                     Defense Intelligence Agency

94.                     Defense Legal Services Agency

95.                     Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

96.                     Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board

97.                     Defense Security Cooperation Agency

98.                     Defense Security Service

99.                     Defense Threat Reduction Agency

100.               Delaware River Basin Commission

101.               Denali Commission

102.               Department of Agriculture (USDA)

103.               Department of Commerce (DOC)

104.               Department of Defense (DOD)

105.               Department of Defense Inspector General

106.               Department of Education (ED)

107.               Department of Energy (DOE)

108.               Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

109.               Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

110.               Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

111.               Department of the Interior (DOI)

112.               Department of Justice (DOJ)

113.               Department of Labor (DOL)

114.               Department of State (DOS)

115.               Department of Transportation (DOT)

116.               Department of the Treasury

117.               Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

118.               Disability Employment Policy Office

119.               Domestic Policy Council

120.               Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

121.               Economic Analysis, Bureau of

122.               Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs (State Department)

123.               Economic and Statistics Administration

124.               Economic Development Administration

125.               Economic Research Service

126.               Education Department (ED)

127.               Election Assistance Commission

128.               Elementary and Secondary Education

129.               Employee Benefits Security Administration (formerly the Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration)

130.               Employment and Training Administration (Labor Department)

131.               Employment Standards Administration

132.               Endangered Species Committee

133.               Energy Department (DOE)

134.               Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

135.               Energy Information Administration

136.               Enforcement (Treasury Department)

137.               Engraving and Printing, Bureau of

138.               Environment, Safety and Health

139.               Environmental Management (Energy Department)

140.               Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

141.               Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

142.               Executive Office for Immigration Review

143.               Export Administration (now the Bureau of Industry and Security)

144.               Export-Import Bank of the United States

145.               Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

146.               Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Office

147.               Farm Credit Administration

148.               Farm Service Agency

149.               Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board

150.               Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

151.               Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

152.               Federal Bureau of Prisons

153.               Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

154.               Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC)

155.               Federal Consulting Group

156.               Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

157.               Federal Election Commission

158.               Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

159.               Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

160.               Federal Executive Boards

161.               Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council

162.               Federal Financing Bank

163.               Federal Highway Administration

164.               Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight

165.               Federal Housing Finance Board

166.               Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds

167.               Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy

168.               Federal Judicial Center

169.               Federal Labor Relations Authority

170.               Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer

171.               Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

172.               Federal Library and Information Center Committee

173.               Federal Maritime Commission

174.               Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service

175.               Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission

176.               Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

177.               Federal Railroad Administration

178.               Federal Reserve System

179.               Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board

180.               Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

181.               Federal Transit Administration

182.               Federated States of Micronesia

183.               Financial Management Service (Treasury Department)

184.               Fish and Wildlife Service

185.               Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

186.               Food and Nutrition Service

187.               Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services

188.               Food Safety and Inspection Service

189.               Foreign Agricultural Service

190.               Foreign Claims Settlement Commission

191.               Forest Service

192.               Fossil Energy

193.               Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board

194.               General Accounting Office (GAO)

195.               General Services Administration (GSA)

196.               Geological Survey (USGS)

197.               Global Affairs (State Department)

198.               Global Communications Office (White House)

199.               Government Printing Office (GPO)

200.               Government National Mortgage Association

201.               Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration

202.               Guam

203.               Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation

204.               Health and Human Services Department (HHS)

205.               Health Resources and Services Administration

206.               Holocaust Memorial Museum

207.               Homeland Security Department (DHS)

208.               House of Representatives

209.               House Leadership Offices

210.               House Office of Inspector General

211.               House Office of the Clerk

212.               House of Representatives Committees

213.               House Organizations, Commissions and Task Forces

214.               House Representatives on the Web

215.               Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD)

216.               Housing

217.               Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor Commission

218.               Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Bureau of

219.               Immigration and Naturalization Service (Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services)

220.               Indian Affairs, Bureau of

221.               Indian Arts and Crafts Board

222.               Indian Health Service

223.               Industrial College of the Armed Forces

224.               Industry and Security, Bureau of (formerly the Bureau of Export Administration)

225.               Information Resource Management College

226.               Institute of Education Sciences

227.               Institute of Museum and Library Services

228.               Institute of Peace

229.               Interagency Alternative Dispute Resolution Working Group

230.               Interagency Council on Homelessness

231.               Interagency Electronic Grants Committee

232.               Inter-American Foundation

233.               Interior Department

234.               Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

235.               International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB)

236.               International Labor Affairs, Bureau of

237.               International Trade Administration (ITA)

238.               James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

239.               Japan-United States Friendship Commission

240.               John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

241.               Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries

242.               Joint Chiefs of Staff

243.               Joint Forces Staff College

244.               Judicial Circuit Courts of Appeal, by Geographic Location and Circuit

245.               Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation

246.               Justice Department

247.               Justice Programs Office (Juvenile Justice, Victims of Crime, Violence Against Women and more)

248.               Justice Statistics, Bureau of

249.               Labor Department (DOL)

250.               Labor Statistics, Bureau of

251.               Land Management, Bureau of

252.               Lead Hazard Control (Housing and Urban Development Department)

253.               Legal Services Corporation

254.               Library of Congress

255.               Marine Mammal Commission

256.               Maritime Administration

257.               Marketing and Regulatory Programs (Agriculture Department)

258.               Marshall Islands

259.               Marshals Service

260.               Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (formerly the Physician Payment Review

Commission and the Prospective Payment Assessment Commission)

261.               Merit Systems Protection Board

262.               Midway Islands

263.               Migratory Bird Conservation Commission

264.               Mine Safety and Health Administration

265.               Mineral Management Service

266.               Minority Business Development Agency

267.               Mint

268.               Missile Defense Agency

269.               Mississippi River Commission

270.               Morris K. Udall Foundation: Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy

271.               Multifamily Housing Office

272.               National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

273.               National Agricultural Statistics Service

274.               National AIDS Policy Office

275.               National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)

276.               National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare

277.               National Capital Planning Commission

278.               National Cemetery Administration (Veterans Affairs Department)

279.               National Commission on Libraries and Information Science

280.               National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (9-11 Commission)

281.               National Communications System (Homeland Security)

282.               National Constitution Center

283.               National Council on Disability

284.               National Credit Union Administration

285.               National Defense University

286.               National Drug Intelligence Center

287.               National Economic Council

288.               National Endowment for the Arts

289.               National Endowment for the Humanities

290.               National Gallery of Art

291.               National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

292.               National Imagery and Mapping Agency

293.               National Indian Gaming Commission

294.               National Institute of Justice

295.               National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

296.               National Institutes of Health (NIH)

297.               National Interagency Fire Center

298.               National Labor Relations Board

299.               National Laboratories (Energy Department)

300.               National Marine Fisheries

301.               National Mediation Board

302.               National Nuclear Security Administration

303.               National Ocean Service

304.               National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

305.               National Park Foundation

306.               National Park Service

307.               National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)

308.               National Reconnaissance Organization

309.               National Science Foundation

310.               National Security Agency/Central Security Service

311.               National Security Council

312.               National Technical Information Service

313.               National Telecommunications and Information Administration

314.               National Transportation Safety Board

315.               National War College

316.               National Weather Service

317.               Natural Resources Conservation Service

318.               Navajo and Hopi Relocation Commission

319.               Northern Mariana Islands

320.               Northwest Power Planning Council

321.               Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology

322.               Nuclear Regulatory Commission

323.               Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board

324.               Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

325.               Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission

326.               Office of Compliance

327.               Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight

328.               Office of Government Ethics

329.               Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

330.               Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)

331.               Office of Personnel Management

332.               Office of Science and Technology Policy

333.               Office of Scientific and Technical Information

334.               Office of Special Counsel

335.               Office of Thrift Supervision

336.               Overseas Private Investment Corporation

337.               Pardon Attorney Office

338.               Parole Commission (Justice Department)

339.               Patent and Trademark Office

340.               Peace Corps

341.               Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration (now the Employee Benefits Security


342.               Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

343.               Policy Development and Research (Housing and Urban Development Department)

344.               Political Affairs (State Department)

345.               Postal Rate Commission

346.               Postal Service (USPS)

347.               Postsecondary Education

348.               Power Administrations

349.               President's Commission on Moon, Mars and Beyond

350.               President's Commission on the U.S. Postal Service

351.               President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency

352.               President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board

353.               Presidio Trust

354.               Public Debt, Bureau of

355.               Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (State Department)

356.               Public Health Preparedness Office

357.               Public and Indian Housing

358.               Radio and TV Marti (Español)

359.               Radio Free Asia (RFA)

360.               Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL)

361.               Railroad Retirement Board

362.               Reclamation, Bureau of

363.               Regulatory Information Service Center

364.               Rehabilitation Services Administration (Education Department)

365.               Research, Education and Economics (Agriculture Department)

366.               Research and Special Programs Administration (Transportation Department)

367.               Risk Management Agency (Agriculture Department)

368.               Rural Business-Cooperative Service

369.               Rural Development

370.               Rural Housing Service

371.               Rural Utilities Service

372.               Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

373.               Science Office (Energy Department)

374.               Secret Service

375.               Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

376.               Selective Service System

377.               Senate Committees

378.               Senate Leadership

379.               Senators on the Web

380.               Small Business Administration (SBA)

381.               Smithsonian Institution

382.               Social Security Administration (SSA)

383.               Social Security Advisory Board

384.               Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

385.               State Department

386.               State Justice Institute

387.               Stennis Center for Public Service

388.               Student Financial Assistance Programs

389.               Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

390.               Superfund Basic Research Program

391.               Supreme Court of the United States

392.               Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement

393.               Surface Transportation Board

394.               Susquehanna River Basin Commission

395.               Tax Court

396.               Taxpayer Advocacy Panel (TAP)

397.               Technology Administration

398.               Tennessee Valley Authority

399.               Trade and Development Agency

400.               Trade Policy Staff Committee (House of Representatives)

401.               Transportation Department (DOT)

402.               Transportation Security Administration

403.               Transportation Statistics, Bureau of

404.               Treasury Department

405.               Trustee Program (Justice Department)

406.               U.S. Border Patrol (now Customs and Border Protection)

407.               U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission

408.               U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

409.               U.S. Customs and Border Protection

410.               U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

411.               U.S. International Trade Commission

412.               U.S. Mission to the United Nations

413.               U.S. National Central Bureau - Interpol (Justice Department)

414.               U.S. Postal Service

415.               U.S. Sentencing Commission

416.               U.S. Trade Representative

417.               U.S. Virgin Islands

418.               Unified Combatant Commands (Defense Department)

419.               Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

420.               Veterans Affairs Department (VA)

421.               Veterans Benefits Administration

422.               Veterans Day National Committee

423.               Veterans' Employment and Training Service

424.               Veterans Health Administration

425.               Vietnam Educational Foundation

426.               Vocational and Adult Education

427.               Voice of America (VOA)

428.               White House Commission on Presidential Scholars

429.               White House Commission on the National Moment of Remembrance

430.               White House Office of Administration

431.               Women's Bureau (Labor Department)

432.               Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

433.               Worldnet Television


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