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America Makes Bricks Without Straw

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“Ye shall no more give the people straw to make brick, as heretofore:
let them go and gather straw for themselves.” Exodus 5:7 

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

Every year I had received my 1040 tax form instruction manual in the mail.  When President Obama arrived in the Oval Office, I had to wait until the public library received copies of the instruction manual.

This year, the inconvenience was ramped up.  I was told I had to down-load a copy of the manual or call the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to order a copy. I tried calling the IRS several times and waited for over one-half hour each time, never speaking to an operator. I suspect they had no intention of taking calls.

The reason given for this harassment was “Due to federal budget cuts, the IRS will no longer be supplying libraries with many of the forms and instruction booklets available in previous years, including instruction booklets for forms 1040, 1040A and 1040E,”  according to the Cudahy Family Library.  I told the Librarian, “What Spending Cuts?” Obama has raised taxes and runs deficits that were unheard of before he sat in the Oval Office. This has nothing to do with spending cuts, it has to do tyranny.

Filing for income tax in itself is an undue burden on the people, but prior administrations had given people the means to comply with their overbearing regulations, but your “grandfather’s” tyranny isn’t modern enough for this tyrant. Obama is no better than the Pharaoh of Exodus.

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) says to our fellow Americans, every time you vote for a Socialist, you vote for chains to be shackled with, and you vote for cruel edicts which will be painful to comply with. CPoW means to solve the problem by getting rid of the Income Tax, and the IRS altogether. Are you sick of having your check raided? Are you sick of being harassed? Join CPoW today.

Constitution Party of Wisconsin
PO Box 070344
Milwaukee WI, 53207
cpowchairman @ yahoo.com
www.wisconsinconstitutionparty.com
 

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Right to Work Legislation Is Not Necessary. Obeying and Enforcing the Bill of Rights is!

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 4, 2015

Governor Walker will sign Right to Work legislation as soon as the Assembly approves it, making Wisconsin the 25th state to do so.  While the Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) totally agrees with the right of citizens to choose whom they will associate with including joining a union if they wish (or not), this legislation isn’t necessary and shows the constitutional ignorance of both major parties.  If the elephant and donkey parties had just obeyed and enforced our 1st Amendment (freedom of association) and 5th Amendment (no denying of property without due process) rights fifty years ago, many Wisconsin workers would not have had their property (part of their paycheck for union dues) confiscated (stolen) by unions all this time.

Constitutional rights cannot be undone or reversed by a majority vote of the legislature; simple legislation always can be.    When our elected leaders don’t understand or won’t follow the U.S. and state constitutions, they act as though the only way to protect the rights of citizens is to first win back (or in the GOP’s case, retain) the majority in the legislature and get their governor elected or re-elected. So if the GOP lost control of the state Senate and maybe even the governorship last year, would they have delayed protecting workers’ constitutional God-given rights until after they hopefully regained control in the next election?  Individual constitutional rights can be enforced at any time; you never have to wait and see what election results are first before you can act.

The CPoW says that the laws mandating forced membership in a union including “giving” said union the power to seize private citizens’ property was unconstitutional and therefore illegal to begin with.  So while this legislation will become law very soon with the governor’s signature, because Right to Work is tied to simple legislation and not inalienable, unchanging rights like those in the Bill of Rights, what will prevent the Democrats from voting through a repeal of Right to Work legislation should they retake the majority and the governorship in 2016?   Nothing!   So thanks to the ignorance of both major parties, you have the right to not have your property seized by private groups and the freedom to associate…for now.  Two years from now, who knows?

We need elected leaders securing our inalienable rights with their votes like all Constitutionalist candidates would.  When our elected leaders obey the highlest law of our land and the constitution in their state, it creates long-term stability in our lives and our civilization, regardless of which party runs the government in the future.

Rule of law prevents the uncertainty that always comes from democracy (mob rule).  Under rule of law and following the Founders original intent, we Constitutionalists understand that you and I as citizens have the same rights today, tomorrow and for the rest of our lives.  If simple legislation can trump constitutional law, then the constitution is made worthless.  By setting the far lower standard of passing simple legislation to decide what our rights are – as right to work supporters in our legislature are doing – the elephants and donkeys have set the stage for our constitutional rights to property and our freedom of association to be voted away from us down the road by the mob and special interest groups.

 
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Posted by on March 4, 2015 in Private Property, Rule of Law

 

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What if the Republicans Nominate a Conservative?

Originally posted on Robert Peck's American Perspective:

The following was written on behalf of the Constitution Party National Committee to address a question that has often been posed regarding the fielding of a Presidential candidate.

ShockThe question has been raised in the past, and I’m sure it will come up again, as to what the Constitution Party would do should the Republican Party choose a “true conservative” (ie, constitutional) Presidential nominee. Would the Constitution Party still field a Presidential candidate, and if so, why?

The Constitution Party does not have an official policy on this matter, i.e. a resolution or a clause in the party constitution or bylaws. So far this has not been a problem and with each passing election cycle it appears less likely to ever be a problem.

As a state party chairman, I can say that it has been the practice of our state affiliate to avoid running a Constitution Party candidate in…

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Posted by on February 25, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

CPoW calls for Constitutional Carry on school grounds and anywhere else

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 25th, 2015
Contact:  Craig Roberts, 920-723-1985

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) is calling on the Wisconsin State Legislature AND Governor Scott Walker to allow law abiding citizens to exercise their right to carry their concealed weapon on school grounds and anywhere else.

Currently, it is against the law in Wisconsin to carry a concealed weapon on school grounds, in spite of the Federal Gun Free School Zone law, which allows concealed carry license holders to do so.

Furthermore, the Wisconsin legislature continues to fast track a “special privileges for the government class” bill AB46.  AB46 would allow off-duty police officers the right to carry on school grounds.  This legislation is on the fast track in spite of the fact that police departments all around the State of Wisconsin have skirted state law by entering in to “memorandum of understanding” with their local school districts to allow off-duty officers to carry on school grounds.

CPoW asserts that our God given unalienable right to keep and bear arms, as highlighted in the 2nd Amendment in our US Constitution, are specifically for We the People.  We do not support a special class of government employees to exercise this right, while it is being denied to lawful citizens, even if they are off duty police officers.  We also do not support a requirement for law abiding citizens to obtain permission from the government in the form of a concealed carry permit, to exercise this right.

Therefore, CPoW calls upon the Wisconsin State Legislature to pass and Governor Scott Walker to sign, a Constitutional Carry law, eliminating the requirement of law abiding citizens to obtain a special license to carry a concealed weapon.

Constitution Party of Wisconsin
PO Box 070344
Milwaukee WI, 53207
cpowchairman @ yahoo.com
www.wisconsinconstitutionparty.com
920-723-1984
 

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You don’t have to punt away the truth

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“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him;

male and female created he them.”Genesis 1:27

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

Recently, Governor Scott Walker was asked by Justin Webb if he was “comfortable with the idea of evolution,” to which Governor Walker replied,

“For me, I’m going to punt on that one as well.”

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) is willing to provide some talking points for Governor Walker, sheepish Christians and conservatives in general; here it goes:

·         “I’m not comfortable with evolution, because I have never seen anything evolve, and no one else has either, that is why some scientists need millions of years to explain their atheism.”

·         “I’m an American, I affirm the Declaration of Independence, which states, ‘We hold these truths to be self -evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness–‘ I affirm that men are created by God, and that Rights come from God, and they do not come from the state.”

·         “I affirm the Holy Bible to be God’s Word, right from the very beginning, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 and the first chapter of Genesis speaks of six days, as opposed to six billion years.”

I could keep going, but you get the point. It is time for Americans to start acting like Americans. Charles Darwin didn’t do the British people any favors by attacking the Bible at its very beginning, and largely destroying the faith of that once great nation. We don’t need Darwin’s “innovation,” here in the USA. In fairness to Scott Walker, he did recover his dignity when pressed by certain left-wingers to “Man-up,” Governor Walker replied,

“Both science & my faith dictate my belief that we are created by God. I believe faith & science are compatible, & go hand in hand.” 

That answer would have been the right thing to say to Mr. Webb.

Constitution Party of Wisconsin
PO Box 070344
Milwaukee WI, 53207
cpowchairman @ yahoo.com
www.wisconsinconstitutionparty.com
920-723-1984

 

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Building the Middle Class?

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“A lying tongue hateth those that are afflicted by it; and a flattering tongue worketh ruin.” Proverbs 26:28

 By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

I have often heard it stated by members of the Democrat Party from Obama on down, that they must, “Build up the Middle-Class.” One must ask what do they mean by Middle-Class?

The Democrat Party’s definition: Middle-class is an income bracket, whatever the IRS says is mid-range for that particular year. For example, if the IRS says $50,000 per year, then that is middle-class. The Democrat Party’s Middle-Class building effort consists of raising the levels of Welfare and SSI spending, so people who don’t work, not only have a “guaranteed income,” but a “Guaranteed Middle-class income” at that.

The Real American definition of Middle-Class: This is a class of people who work for a living, and they differ from the working poor, in that they have in demand skills, with which they can command a higher compensation. They strive to be financially solvent and upwardly mobile. Such persons are few these days.

So the Liberal, in the name of “income equality” which is “the equal liability of all labor,” clause from the Communist Manifesto, actually destroys the Middle-Class his leveling schemes. A welfare recipient who receives $50,000 a year in income plus subsidies is not Middle-Class, but an over-bloated loafer, because they do not work. The worker, who is Middle-Class on paper, is reduced to “working poor status” because his taxes and fees leave him hard pressed to make ends meet. In an effort to create in demand skills, the liberal creates higher education grants and loans, which create student debt, and flood the market with a particular skill set, out stripping the demand, driving those particular wages down, and creating an educated debtor class.

America is better off when liberals don’t try to build the middle-class, and the middle-class is better off as well. At the Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW), we reject the liberal vision of “building the middle-class,” or “class building,” in any form. This is nothing more than class warfare.

Our Platform Preamble asserts that each individual is endowed by his Creator with certain unalienable rights; the right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of the individual’s personal interest. The freedom to own, use and freely dispose of property is an inseparable extension of the individual’s unalienable rights. The legitimate function of government is to secure these rights through the preservation of domestic tranquility, a strong national defense, and the promotion of equal justice for all. If left unchecked, it is the nature of government to usurp the liberty of its citizens and eventually become a major violator of the people’s rights. Therefore, it is essential to bind government with the chains of the Constitution.

In a state of freedom, the middle-class will once again build itself, without direct government aid. The surest way to ruin the blessings of higher education, home ownership, and gainful employment is to turn these things into welfare benefits.

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee WI, 53207

cpowchairman @ yahoo.com

http://www.wisconsinconstitutionparty.com

920-723-1984

 

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The Innocent Unborn Once Again Pay the Ultimate Price So Republicans Can Have it Both Ways

In an article penned by Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus titled “We march because every life is a gift” and dated on the anniversary of the ungodly, immoral Roe v. Wade, he writes in part, This year, the theme of the march is “Every life is a gift”.  I couldn’t agree more with that statement.   We must do everything we can to protect life and defend the rights of those who can’t yet defend themselves.

Everything you can, Chairman Priebus? 

Oh, if only that were true of your party, Mr. Chairman.

Sadly for the unborn innocents, everyone reading this press release knows the Republican Party leadership would shed the pro-life issue if they could. Attending the March for Life rally is an annual requirement for the GOP.  Their leaders feel they must “keep up appearances” to keep the pro-life wing of the party voting Republican.   These cynical leaders of the elephant party probably draw straws each year to see who has to go out and lie to the pro-life crusaders, telling them how their party’s commitment to the unborn is “unwavering and ongoing”.  The GOP leadership wishes social conservatives would just go away, but they also know they cannot win major elections without them.  This is why a GOP delegation attends the annual March for Life and why their party leaders like Chairman Priebus write token, generic op-eds and why they propose legislation they have no intention of fighting for.

On January 22, the elephant party pulled their own “pro-life” legislation in the House of Representatives because they said they couldn’t get the votes to insure passage.  This comes as no surprise to Constitutionalist Christians here in the united-for-life Constitution Party as we know this is just one of many issues upon which the GOP is divided.  The pulled legislation called The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, or H.R. 36, would ban most abortions after twenty weeks when children in the womb are fully developed and can feel pain.  But fearing it would upset pro-abortion groups in the party GOP leaders pulled the bill and replaced it with tamer, less controversial The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, or H.R. 7, to undo some of the funding for abortions under Obamacare, which is unconstitutional to begin with.

The question we Constitutionalists ask of our fellow pro-lifers is, “How many more anniversaries of Roe v. Wade must pass before you accept that your desire to prevent the shedding of innocent blood will never be achieved through the pro-abortion “rights”, social conservative-hating, increasingly ungodly Republican Party?”  Perhaps the better question for our currently non-member pro-life friends is, “Wouldn’t you rather join with a party that doesn’t have to be pressured or constantly pushed into fighting day and night to end abortion on demand, a party who if given a chance would defund Planned Parenthood and other abortion groups in the several states and a party who will stand up on God’s innocents?”  That would be the totally pro-life Constitution Party.  We don’t have and will never sanction pro-abortion “rights” groups in our party.

In the Constitution Party, you wouldn’t have to beg our party’s leaders to give you pro-life candidates; our candidates will be pro-life or our party will never endorse them, campaign for them or donate to their campaigns.  Any candidate who will not stand up for God’s little ones—born and unborn—isn’t worthy of our support and will never get it.  To our pro-life friends, you do not have a pro-life party in power now…only Republicans.  They will not give you what you want—we will!  We are you. We Constitutionalists say to crusaders for the unborn, “Come on over to the only pro-life party, the Constitution Party!”

The GOP will never end abortion on demand.  In your hearts, friends, you know this.

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2015 in Christian

 

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