Category Archives: The Constitution Party

I endorse Chuck Baldwin for President of the United States

John Quincy Adams famously wrote: “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” I have tried to faithfully use that principle in political judgment. Third party … Continue reading

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An Authentic View of Life

It has certainly been a long time since I have promoted The Constitution Party. In fact, most Americans have not even heard of an alternative Party to the present two-party system. In the next few days I will be posting … Continue reading

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Lofton takes on Abortionists…

Try defending abortion against John Lofton and this is what happens! Lofton has a gift for making ungodly thinking look moronic! Read interview…

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Constitutional Heroes and Foe

Howard Phillips writes: Eleven members of the U.S. House of Representatives courageously voted against President Bush’s $52 billion plus supplementary appropriation to deal with the problems arising from Hurricane Katrina. The eleven Constitutional heroes were: Joe Barton (Texas), Jeff Flake … Continue reading

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You may be a Constitutionalist if…

I know the election’s momentum is gone, however, if your ideas on politics are in a state of stasis, perhaps this will stir your political deprivation. In the past I have written rather sternly about why I think it would … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Election and the Future

It has surely been an surprising election. For most of us who believed this would prolong to the next month or so were proven wrong. At least we know that the nation has learned from Florida’s mistakes in 2000. President … Continue reading

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Why Michael Anthony Peroutka; Georger Bush and Inclusivism

We still have three days and about 16 hours for the election and I cannot stress how important it is for us conservatives to think about who we are voting for. I have publicly endorsed Michael Peroutka for President for … Continue reading

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Back to Politics – answering a common objection

A few nights ago in a popular chat channel, we began a brief discussion on why we should vote based on principles rather than on the outcome. Many agreed that in essence voting for Bush would be voting for the … Continue reading

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The Constitution Party on the Family

Strong families are the essential building blocks of a strong, moral and just community. But America’s families today are under constant attack by federally funded programs that are dangerous and unconstitutional. Government schools are drugging and “dumbing-down” our children making … Continue reading

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What Others Say: On Wasting your vote By Robert Bird

“True conservatives should jump while they still can.” Conservatives (which is becoming an increasingly murky term) are almost unanimous, if they are honest, in their agreement that their cause is currently dead in the water. The reasons are complex, but … Continue reading

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Michael Peroutka as President. Why not?

I can’t tell you how many people have told me to not vote for Peroutka because voting for him is worthless. In fact, just last night a dear friend e-mailed me and said in essence, “he seems to be a … Continue reading

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What about third parties?

Most people see votes on third parties as wasted votes, perhaps even worse than useless. The general assumption is, if a third party candidate has no chance of winning, then it is foolish to lower the chances of the next-best, … Continue reading

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