Presentations given at the Spring 2011 National Meeting held at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Peg will be remembered for her determined run for Governor of Pennsylvania a few years ago. An outstanding speaker and teacher, she poured a 3-hour power point presentation into one hour (we could wish to see and hear it all) of the very historical foundations of liberty over the centuries. Three swords involve the State, the Church, and the People. The sword of the People has accomplished limited government which she suggests can be maintained without revolution.
Sheriff Mack is described as a "long-time crusader for freedom and individual rights." He has become nationally known for his stand against the requirements of the Brady Bill in Arizona, his lawsuit against the Federal government, and his victory through the Supreme Court. He is becoming known as the "Constitutional Sheriff" and is determined to influence sheriffs nationwide to take a stand against unconstitutional demands from Washington. His power-point presentation is superb and we're hoping to see and hear it again in October when he is scheduled to conduct a day-long meeting with law enforcement officers sponsored by the Constitution Party of Florida..
A very inspiring message concerning our drift as a nation toward World Government through the early efforts of the Illumanati and the later efforts of the United Nations---the need for Congress to pass the American Sovereignty Restoration Act, HR.1146. "America did not become great because of what government did; America became great because of what government was prevented from doing."
Taylor Haynes - colorful to say the least. His journey has taken him from growing up on a farm in Louisiana, to working as a longshoreman, becoming an electrical engineer, then a urologist-surgeon and now a cattle rancher in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Above all, Taylor's colors are 'Red, White & Blue' with an unwavering commitment to the principles of liberty and Constitutionally limited government. Taylor Haynes was the Constitution Party of Wyoming's 2010 gubernatorial candidate.
(Recorded in Harrisburg, PA, April 30, 2011)
In this address, "How We The People Can Save Our Republic," Chelene Nightingale shares her belief that there is still a fervor for liberty in America and that we can save our beloved land of liberty by continually standing firm for our constitutional principles.
Chelene Nightingale is an actress, homeschooling mom, political activist and 2010 California gubernatorial candidate.
(Constitution Party National Committee Meeting, Harrisburg, PA, April 29, 2011)
Robert Owens pulls back the curtain and exposes the power elite and their strategy for subverting our sovereign republic. Robert encourages us to "engage the enemy without fear."
Robert Owens is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Ohio and was the party's 2010 candidate for state attorney general.
(Recorded by Bob Peck at the Constitution Party National Committee Meeting, Harrisburg, PA, April 28, 2011)
Jim Panyard is the retired president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association, a former journalist and corporate executive. Mr. Panyard discusses the lack of U.S. manufacturing and economic decline.
Recorded at Constitution Party National Committee Meeting, Harrisburg, PA, April 30, 2011.