Read the June 2014 National Constitution Party newsletter here, including a great article by former National Chairman and 2012 Vice-Presidential nominee James N. Clymer entitled, “The Power of Grass Roots Organizing.”
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This edition of our national party’s newsletter, The American Constitutionist, includes an impressive list of Constitution Party candidates running for offices across the Nation. It also features write-ups on three “Key Candidates” along with other informative articles.
These are our brothers and sisters who have put themselves on the front lines to represent us and to declare our values in the public arena. They deserve our support. If you’re not already standing with a Constitution Party candidate, then look over the list in the newsletter and adopt one today. I am honored to be supporting candidates from Alaska, to New York, to right next door in Idaho.
Share this with family and friends and let them know they are not alone; that someone does represent them; that there are still candidates who honor God, uphold the Constitution and contend for liberty.
Robert W. Peck
Chairman, Constitution Party of Washington
The Constitution Party position on the deeper issues of federal control over public lands
by Darrell Castle
It is April 2014. What in the world is happening in Clark County, Nevada? A better question might be who owns Nevada? The struggle in Nevada involves a 600,000 acre area called Gold Butte, near the Utah border. Mr. Cliven Bundy claims an inherent right to graze his cattle there since his family, he says, has lived there for more than 140 years and built much of the infrastructure in the local area. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says Mr. Bundy owes $1,100,000 in grazing fees, having been in trespass for more than 20 years. Mr. Bundy refuses to acknowledge federal authority in Nevada.
Read the complete article here: Who Owns Nevada?
Read the April 2014 edition of The American Constitutionist, official voice of the Constitution Party.
7 April 2014
The Constitution Party is stepping on the toes of some of the wealthiest and most powerful conservatives in America. Party leaders are calling them out for making millions each year off of the patriotic political cause. They want the nation’s conservatives to know they could have a real effect in America, on the ground and in the precincts, by sending some of that hard earned money to those putting in the actual work, and not just those appearing on their TV screens and in their In Box.
The Constitution Party is on a roll. New websites, new newsletters, rallies, voter drives, fundraisers – what impressive grassroots action will the party’s National Chairman Frank Fluckiger announce next? Apparently, he’s going to take a well-aimed and well-deserved shot at some of the patriotic, libertarian, and freedom movement’s most beloved individuals and groups. They don’t name names, although a few of them were immediately apparent to this author.
Read the complete article here: Constitution Party calls out fellow Conservatives
Admiral Mike Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, asserts that the “most significant threat to our national security is our debt.”
The money we spend on weaponry — and the fingers that fire them — is staggering. For example, the 2012 Department of Defense budget (more than the annual defense budgets of the 10 next largest military spenders combined, including Russia and China) was almost 100 percent of the U.S. deficit that year.
Neo-con foreign policy is expensive — we are shooting a quarter million bullets for each dead Afghani and Iraqi insurgent — however those military excursions “only” cost Uncle Sam about $90 billion in 2013, and these war-making expenditures fall outside of Defense Department budget accounting.At first look, spending on defense and homeland security appears to be about 20 percent of the government’s budget, or about $552 billion in 2013. But wait, there’s more. Continue reading →
Read the March edition of our national Constitution Party newsletter, The American Constitutionist.
I’m always looking for the principle behind a thing, the key thing, the root thing, the thing that makes it all work. I can’t walk into a building without starting to analyze the structure to figure out which is a load-bearing wall, which is a facade, what holds this up and what supports that.
I’m that way with politics and government too. I want to find the foundational principles that make for good government, the eternal truths that can tell me which policies are right or wrong. I want to make sure I’m getting to the root of the matter and am not being distracted by something superficial. Continue reading →
Join Constitution Party of Washington Chairman, Robert Peck, at the Stevens County Assembly meeting THIS MONDAY, March 10, 6:00pm, Chewelah Civic Center, 301 East Clay Avenue, Chewelah, Washington (parking and entrance are in the rear on Webster Avenue.) He will be speaking on the Article V Convention being proposed as a solution to all America’s problems, but is it the correct solution?
If you can’t attend, read his essay on the topic at his American Perspective blog: Liberty Amendments and a Proposed Article V Convention –Are We Saving the Republic,or Chasing a Vain Hope?
FROM JEFFERSON TO WILSON
How did the United States change from the republic envisioned by the framers into a monarchy with its royal court that it has become today? I started thinking about this when I was analyzing the State of the Union speech given by President Barack Obama recently and I decided to go back and look at State of the Union speeches given in the past. What I found was that Thomas Jefferson, when he became President, decided not to give a State of the Union speech at all because he thought that walking out in front of a joint session of Congress reminded him of the British monarchy that the country had gone through a war to be rid of. Instead of a speech, he wrote a letter to Congress, intentionally vague, so that it wouldn’t seem like a royal decree and then he had a clerk read it out loud to the Congressmen and Senators. Continue reading →