The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP)

Summits held in Cancun, Mexico, Waco, US, and Quebec, Canada


The NAFTA Super Highway

(One-hour Judicial Watch instructional video on the SPP - allow a few seconds to load.)

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The proposed highway from Mexico to Canada, the first stop reported to be in Kansas City with Mexican Custom agents.


NAFTA Highway

Interstate I-69

(Kansas City to be the first international port of entry after the U.S. border is crossed.)


On March 23, 2005, heads of government Vincente Fox, George W. Bush, and Paul Martin launched the North American partnership at a meeting in Waco, Texas, with the expressed goal of “a safer, more prosperous North America.” 

Proponents of the partnership claim its purpose is to increase security and prosperity for all three nations through enhanced cooperation.  Critics maintain the partnership will sacrifice U.S. sovereignty by establishing a “North American Union,” with open borders and a common currency.

Judicial Watch is calling for complete transparency and disclosure in the matter.  Follow the links below to read the recently released documents and learn more about the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America . . . read more

| Canadian SPP Web page | Mexican SPP Web page | American SPP Web page |


Judical Watch obtains documents on SPP!

"President Bush attends Security and Prosperity Partnership Summit August 2007."

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This Entitlement Will Sink Us! - August 2007

State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) passed by the House

Interestingly enough, the SCHIP bill balances the new entitlements on the backs of our nation's vulnerable seniors with $37.1 billion in cuts to Medicare providers. It makes cuts for hospital care, skilled nursing care, home health care, oxygen therapy and imaging. It even limits access to wheelchairs. And, according to a non-partisan Congressional Budget Office report, an estimated 3 million seniors will literally lose their coverage altogether, including more than 6,700 seniors in New Jersey's 5th District. To make matters worse, the SCHIP bill also forces the American taxpayer to pay for health benefits for illegal immigrants. It removes current safeguards meant to keep illegal immigrants from accessing SCHIP benefits, while simultaneously establishing mandatory $400 million expenditure for translation services for non-English-speaking enrollees . . . read more





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