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News Release Roe v. Wade

June 24, 2022 marked the Supreme Court of the United States overturning of its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. More than 60 million innocent, defenseless children were aborted during that nearly 50-year time period. Recognizing the Constitutional requirement in the 10th Amendment, for the power to declare laws or decrees not granted to them, as reserved for the States or the people, they have recognized that States all along had the power make laws to criminalize abortion.
CP of Wisconsin
June 24, 2022
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Lessons from the Freedmens Bureau (1865-1872)

By Dan Herro On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, the State Capitol statues of Colonel Hans Christian Heg and “Forward”, our State Motto, were torn down during a day of violent protests and damaging riots. This was part of a larger national (and even international, as we have seen recently) left-wing movement against alleged institutionalized racism in the US and as a response to the arrest of a man wielding a baseball bat in a Madison restaurant earlier that day. Col. Heg was a Norwegian immigrant and abolitionist from Muskego who fought for the Union Army during the Civil War. Col.…
CP of Wisconsin
July 24, 2020
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The Republican Party, Conservatives, and The Bare Minimum

As chairman of a party on the right of the political spectrum, I get asked from time to time why it appears that I am more critical of the Republican Party than the Democrat Party. It’s because I am. I don’t expect better from pro-abortion, pro-same-sex “marriage”, pro-big government, pro-multiple gender Democrats; if you listen, they have told you exactly what they want to impose on America. It’s elected Republicans and party leaders who have said repeatedly they are the party of 1) limited government 2) tax fairness 3) family values 4) traditional marriage, and 5) fiscal responsibility.I expect more…
CP of Wisconsin
May 23, 2020
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Enumeration is for Government

Riley J. Hood, Chairman - Milwaukee County Constitution Party “Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” II Corinthians 3:17 Ever since I came active in politics, I have repeatedly encountered the dangerous view that our Rights are “enumerated” and come from the Constitution. Such a view is unconstitutional. The Constitution limits and enumerates the powers of the Federal Government. Examples would be “Congress shall make no law...” from the 1st Amendment, and the phrase, “shall not be infringed.” from the 2nd Amendment. Enumeration and limitation on Federal power is what secures…
CP of Wisconsin
August 13, 2018
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The Case for Restricting Muslim Immigration

Brian Farmer  (The author lived in Saudi Arabia from 1981 to 1997.) We Americans promised to “never forget” the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, but President Barack Hussein Obama and his allies spent eight years trying to persuade the nation that Islamic terrorism had nothing to do with Islam, that the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was “contained,” and that al-Qaeda was “on the run.”  Meanwhile, ISIS still murders Christians in areas under its control, its supporters have perpetrated deadly attacks in Europe and the United States, and al-Qaeda remains a potent presence across the Middle East…
CP of Wisconsin
July 20, 2018