Preserving The Constitution

The fundamental concepts of our Constitution are woven through the history of Western Civilization, from Magna Carta to the present day. ACT for America is dedicated to protecting these fundamental freedoms from external threats that would weaken these values, or make them subservient to foreign laws that fail to honor these inalienable rights.


Protecting Free Speech

Protects freedom of speech, freedom of the press and free expression by shielding authors, journalists, bloggers, radio hosts and artists from foreign libel judgments originating in jurisdictions that do not afford the same protections as the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

ACT for America has helped pass the following state bills to help preserve the Constitution and protect America:

  • American Laws for American Courts (ALAC) prohibits state judges from applying foreign law, which can include sharia law, when doing so infringes on constitutional rights.

    State Year Bill No.
    Alabama 2014 #884
    Arizona 2011 HB 2064
    Arkansas 2017

    HB 1041

    Florida 2014 SB 386
    Kansas 2012 SB 79
    Louisiana 2010 HB 785
    Mississippi 2015 HB 177
    North Carolina 2013 HB 695
    Oklahoma 2013

    HB 1060

    South Dakota 2012 HB 1253
    Tennessee 2010 HB 3740
    Texas 2017 HB 45
    Washington 2015 SB 5498
  • Free Speech Defense Act, formerly known as “Rachel’s Law,” protects the 1st amendment rights of US authors, speakers and journalists against foreign judgments that run counter to the US constitution.

    State Year Bill No.
    California 2009 SB 320
    Connecticut 2017 SB 1020
    Florida 2009 HB 949
    Illinois 2008 PA 095-0865
    Louisiana 2010  
    Maryland 2010 HB 193
    New York 2008 SB 6676-C
    Oklahoma 2013  
    South Dakota 2013  
    Tennessee 2010 HB 3300
    Utah 2010 HB 96