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Rule of Law and a Constitutional Republic

Rule of Law and a Constitutional Republic By Andrew Zuelke, Chairman Constitution Party of Wisconsin     Constitutional Convention, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Rule of Law is a core issue of the Constitution Party. We understand as you do that without it you will have anarchy. Now, what is happening in New York City and Chicago and some other large Democrat-run cities is what inevitably happens when there are no legal consequences for people not obeying the laws and those in authority not enforcing the laws. We Constitutionalists are not surprised by the chaos; we are only surprised at…
CP of Wisconsin
February 18, 2024
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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