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Constitution Party Issues Declaration of Religious Freedom

NOTE: The following Resolution was passed by the Constitution Party, at the quarterly meeting of the National Committee in Pittsburgh, PA last Fall. The Constitution Party of Wisconsin is a State Affiliate of the National Constitution Party.  Declaration of Religious Freedom WHEREAS, Freedom of Religion is our most sacred right and the United States Constitution mandates that government is compelled to protect all of its citizens to worship as they see fit, that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof WHEREAS, we strongly support the right of government officials and employees…
CP of Wisconsin
January 15, 2020
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Thanksgiving Day Message

(NOTE: This brief essay was originally written by the below-signed as a Preface for his family’s practice of Family Worship on the occasion of Thanksgiving. It has been moderately edited, with permission, for adaptation to a more general audience.)   Fellow Wisconsinites: As you know, many Christians across America set aside a couple of hours on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving Eve to observe, not a Festival of the Church, but a civic holiday instituted by the government of the united States of America, for the purpose of recognizing that the many temporal blessings we receive are given to us by…
CP of Wisconsin
November 20, 2018
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“It’s Just a Stupid Cake!”  Fine, Design It Yourself Then!

Last December, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) heard opening remarks on a case of Colorado baker Jack Phillips who back in 2012 refused to create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.  The couple filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. According to the Reuters© article, SCOTUS will be deciding “whether Phillips action was constitutionally protected and he can avoid punishment for violating Colorado’s anti-discrimination law.” The case will be decided next June. Let’s focus on the far more dangerous nonsense that has been foisted on the American people, that a state-created civil rights commission can override the 1st…
CP of Wisconsin
April 7, 2018