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The Supreme Court has been wrong before

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supreme court buildingJune 27, 2013

 

 

Constitution Party of Wisconsin continues to reject “gay” marriage

The Supreme Court has been wrong before

 “Because a sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore

   the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.” Ecclesiastes 8:11  

Milwaukee-The US Supreme Court was wrong in 1857-The Dred Scott Case.  The same court was wrong in 1893-Plessy v. Fergusson.  They were wrong in 1973-Roe v. Wade.  They are wrong today.  Their word is not the last word, God’s Word is.

“Sodomy is not a family value,” said Riley J. Hood, Chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW).  “This chosen behavior is an affront to God.  Regardless of what people say to the contrary, sodomy will always be illegal in the eyes of God.”

The platform of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin regarding this issue is clear:

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The CPoW calls upon our national and state officials to oppose any action by the U.S. Courts that would establish any recognition of “same-sex marriage.”

We call upon our Wisconsin legislators to uphold the recent Wisconsin Constitutional Amendment that defines marriage as the ―union of one man and one woman and prevent the establishment of any counterfeit, such as domestic partnerships.

We call upon all state officials to outlaw all acts of sodomy.

We further call upon the Wisconsin State Legislature to repeal the provisions in the Wisconsin State Statutes that allow for “no fault divorce.”

CPoW rejects the US Supreme Court’s word regarding “gay” marriage.   CPoW means to not only outlaw “gay marriage,” but to re-criminalize same-sex acts as well.

 

 

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A non-response from Governor Scott Walker

June 26, 2013

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207

The Honorable Governor Scott Walker

115 East Capitol

Madison, Wisconsin 53702

Dear Governor Walker,

On June 6th, 2013, I sent you a letter regarding your appearance at the CHEA convention in May.  The original letter is enclosed.  Copies were sent to Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, the Republican Party of Wisconsin and the Republican National Committee.  In that letter, I had asked for answers to three specific questions.  To date, I have not received a response from your office, nor any of the aforementioned.  As such, I have come to certain conclusions.

My original questions are listed below.  I have filled in the answers in quotes.

1.  Does the Republican Party of Wisconsin advocate dismantling the DPI and/or any other state agency in the role of education?

“The Republican Party of Wisconsin does NOT advocate dismantling the DPI or any other state agency in the role of education.”

2.  Does the Republican National Committee advocate dismantling the DOE?

“The Republican National Committee does NOT advocate dismantling the DOE.”

3.  Do you personally support the dismantling of the DPI and DOE?

 “You do NOT personally support dismantling the DPI and DOE.”

In contrast, the platform of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) clearly states their position towards state-sponsored education:

Education should be free from any State Government subsidy and government interference. The State Government has no legitimate role in either subsidizing or regulating education. To that end, the CPoW supports amending the Wisconsin Constitution to remove the State of Wisconsin from any role in education.

We support an orderly transition to free market education including Home Education and Private Schools (for profit and non-profit) and encourage benevolence to provide effective education for those in need.

If any of my conclusions are incorrect, please contact me and I will gladly retract the statements.

Sincerely,

Jerry Broitzman

CPoW Public Relations Chairman

Cc:  CHEA

 
 

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What is a liberal? What is a conservative? Are either of them Christian? Read more to find out.

Did you know that “conservatism” was birthed during the French Revolution?  The “Conservatuer” sat to the right of the speaker in the assembly.  The communists, socialists and atheists sat to the left.  Hence the beginnings or “right” and “left” in our political usage.  These conservatives were not, and today’s conservatives are not Christian.  So why have Christians surrendered their thought processes to them instead of having “the mind of Christ?”

Learn the answer to this and many other questions in the book Why I Am Not a Conservative by Riley J. Hood.  You can obtain this eBook for your Kindle (PC or mobile device) right now by going to Amazon.com and purchasing it for only $1.99!

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You will also learn the fallacy of liberalism.  This book is a must-read for all Christians who have associated themselves with either of these philosophies.  Order your copy today!

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee, WI 53207

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608-561-7996

 
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Rogue Government

thetonedeafbard

It’s been a busy year or so for questionable activities within the US government. Just in the past few weeks we have had breaking stories about the IRS deliberately persecuting certain types of political organizations and the NSA engaging in massive surveillance of the American people, the 4th amendment not withstanding. A growing, but still relatively small, number of Americans are deeply concerned about the state of affairs in Washington DC. Many have taken to blaming their elected officials for this mess that we find ourselves in.

Let me be clear. This is not President Obama’s fault. This is not Congress’s fault. This is our fault. Speaker Boehner tried to blow off the NSA spying program as no big deal, because there is supposedly plenty of congressional oversight in place to protect us.

Get real Mr Speaker! The NSA is estimated to have around 30,000 employees, and that is not…

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Posted by on June 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

An open letter to Governor Scott Walker

June 6, 2013

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207

The Honorable Governor Scott Walker

115 East Capitol

Madison, Wisconsin 53702

Dear Governor Walker,

I was at the Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) annual conference at the Olympia Resort & Conference Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin on Saturday, May 25, 2013.  I was told that you made an appearance on Thursday, May 23rd and you were well received.  CHEA is a valuable resource for Christians who have chosen to educate their children using the homeschooling option, rather than the secular indoctrination they receive at public schools.

There are tremendous burdens, financial and otherwise, that are placed on Christian homeschoolers, as well as Christian schools in general.  The biggest being the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), as well as the US Department of Education (DOE).  The DPI and DOE are overtly secular and most decidedly anti-Christian.  Although you personally spoke in favor of homeschooling, I am not aware of anything in the Republican platform advocating for the dismantling of DPI or DOE.  I am also not aware of your personal opinions regarding dismantling the same.

In contrast, the platform of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) clearly states their position towards state-sponsored education:

Education should be free from any State Government subsidy and government interference. The State Government has no legitimate role in either subsidizing or regulating education. To that end, the CPoW supports amending the Wisconsin Constitution to remove the State of Wisconsin from any role in education.

We support an orderly transition to free market education including Home Education and Private Schools (for profit and non-profit) and encourage benevolence to provide effective education for those in need.

It is clear that the removal of the state-sponsored monopoly on education would greatly benefit the Christian community and ultimately remove the punitive financial burden currently shouldered by all the taxpayers in the State of Wisconsin.

As to not jump to any conclusions nor make any incorrect assumptions, I will ask you these questions directly and allow you to respond in kind.

  1. Does the Republican Party of Wisconsin advocate dismantling the DPI and/or any other state agency in the role of education?
  2. Does the Republican National Committee advocate dismantling the DOE?
  3. Do you personally support the dismantling of the DPI and DOE?

Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.  I look forward to your response.

Sincerely,

Jerry Broitzman, CPoW Public Relations Chairman

CC:

CHEA

Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch

Republican Party of Wisconsin

Republican National Committee

 

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I’m Still Glad Obama Beat Romney: An Open Letter to My Republican Friends

thetonedeafbard

I’ve been a pretty staunch opponent of the actions of the Obama administration since day one. I even tend to get vocal when actions are taken that need to be addressed loudly by the American people, and I have more than once contacted my congressman and Senator to encourage opposition to legislation this administration backed heavily. So it came as a great surprise to many of my conservative friends when I announced that I would rather keep President Obama rather than see Mitt Romney elected. Most called me idealistic, and many said I didn’t know what I was asking for. I was even told that a vote for a 3rd party candidate was a vote for Obama. One of the Tea Party leaders in our area even came out and whined about all the third party voters who made it easier to get Obama re-elected.

The truth is, I knew…

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Posted by on June 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

Assembly Bill 85 Signed into Law

The Milwaukee County Taxpayer

New_LawThis week, our governor signed Assembly Bill 85, which makes a number of changes to Milwaukee County government and calls for a binding referendum to determine salaries for members of the Milwaukee County Board.

These long-awaited reforms will make Milwaukee County government more accountable and will save money for its hard-working taxpayers.  The people of Milwaukee County will finally have their voices heard through a vote in 2014.

I encourage you to stay alert for this vote.  You will have one chance to make this change.  If you forget, it’s all on you.  — Jerry B

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Posted by on June 3, 2013 in Uncategorized