URGENT: Stop Mandatory Draft Registration of Women

By: Randy Engel

The enemies of God, family and country never sleep.

While Americans are preoccupied and distracted by the Covid-19 Plandemic, Congressional bills HR 4350 and S. 4049 – the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) – are heading for a full vote in the House and Senate.  

Both the House and Senate bills carry a dangerous, open-ended amendment to the Military Selective Service Act to require young women to register for the Selective Service System (SSS) Draft.

As written, there are no exemptions for married women, pregnant women, or mothers, even those who are nursing.

Incredibly, this measure has attracted much bipartisan support. 

Like the proverbial camel’s nose under the tent, if this measure is allowed to pass, the way is open for drafting women into combat roles.

Proponents of the NDAA/Defense Budget bill argue that the current Selective Service ruling that legally requires only men (males) ages 18 to 25, to registered for the draft is “discriminatory,” and “unconstitutional.”  All references to men or males have been stricken in the amended version of the House and Senate bills and replaced with androgenous terms, aka, “persons,” “citizens,” “enlisted members, etc.

Republican Chip Roy of Texas, a member of the House Armed Services Committee who has a little girl, blasted his colleagues after they passed a mandate to require women to register for the draft. “All of D.C. – all of it- can go straight to hell!” 

The DOD ordered the Armed Services to lift the ban on women serving in combat roles in January 2013. In December 2015 the DOD announced that the military would be opening all “remaining occupations and positions to women,” with “no exceptions,” effective January 2016. Joe Biden supports the draft mandate for women. If Congress approves the draft for women, that will be the last nail in the American coffin.

You Need to act now! PLEASE contact your Congressman and Senators, especially if they are Democrats, at their district/state offices or their Washington. D.C. office to express your opposition to any bill/amendment, including H.R. 4350 and S. 4049, that requires women to register for Selective Service. 


Note that both the U.S. House and Senate are not currently in session. House members will be in session on September 20-24; 27-30. Senate members will be in session September 13-15; 20-24, 27-30.

This means that you can contact your Congressman and Senators at their district or state-wide offices now! Or you can leave a phone message or send an email to them at their Washington D.C. office where their staff will likely pick up the phone or see that your email reaches your Congressman or Senators.  

If you don’t know how to contact your Congressman or Senator in D.C. or at his district or home office, click here: List of Representatives and Senators. When you fill in the state slot on the left side of the page the list of your state’s Congressmen and Senators will come up alphabetically. Click the name and it will bring you to your representative’s official website and give you all the information you need on his or her home offices, email address, etc.

Whichever method of contact you choose, please act NOW or as soon as possible as the NDAA will be coming to the House and Senate floor for a vote anytime after the House and Senate members return to Washington.

Please also send this mailing to all your email contacts, especially those who have young daughters. A letter or email from a young girl or young woman to their Congressman and Senators opposing the draft for women will probably be the most effective weapon we have in our profamily and prolife arsenal opposing the registration of women to the military draft.

Thank you for your help and cooperation.

NOTE: Please email any feedback you receive from your Congressman and Senators to Randy Engel, U.S. Coalition for Life: rvte61@comcast.net.


– The text of the House version of the NDAA

– H.R. 4350 stripped of all its male references

– For more background on the draft see Will Women Have to Register for the Draft in 2021?