June 30, 2008 may go down in history as the day Americans
began, in earnest, the moral and solemn process of
holding their Government accountable to the
Constitution by directly exercising their
unalienable and individual Right of Redress, rather
than depending upon the will of the majority of
votes as cast in local precincts, the halls of
Congress or the inner chambers of our courthouses.
June 30, 2008 marks the beginning of the People’s Plan to Restore
Constitutional Order – the righteous administration
of divine government under the Constitution of the
United States of America, without favor or exception.
A proper respect for our
constitutionally-challenged Americans calls upon us
to seek their sympathy and support for the Plan by
every means possible.
A frank and candid respect for the presence
and power of the print and broadcast media outlets
calls for a “publicity bomb,” notwithstanding the
dominant media’s narrow-mindedness and penchant for
only quoting officialdom.
Letters To Editors: Made Very Easy
Beginning immediately, we need
everyone to contact their local daily and weekly
newspapers and radio and TV stations with "Letters
to the Editors", to inform the People in our
communities that the problems of our day are not
poor public policy decisions by one elected
official or another, they are direct (and
predictable) result of violations of the
Constitution. Most importantly, we need to
enlighten those in the media that there exists a
law -- a little known Fundamental Right -- that the
People can use to hold those in Government
accountable to the Constitution, and that a
Revolution to peacefully exercise that Right is
getting underway on June 30 in every congressional
district across America.
We have made it very easy for you to do
this, so there should be few excuses for your
failure to pitch in.
for the text of a sample letter to the editor.
Highlight and copy the text, and then follow these
short instructions to send it to your local media:
here or enter the following in your
2. Enter your zip code. Uncheck
the “Show national media in results,” option and hit
NOTE: DO NOT click on
“Select a State” and do not click on the map to view
state (if you do, all the media within your state
will unnecessarily appear
and overburden you).
3. Select five media outlets.
4. Click on “Compose Message.” Copy and
Paste the text of the letter to the editor.
5. Enter your contact information. Click on
6. Repeat the process for five more media
outlets in your area.
We must give the print and broadcast media
outlets in every community every opportunity to
record and report on this, the People’s large
scale, coordinated effort to hold the Government
accountable to the war, tax, money, privacy, firearm
and other clauses of the Constitution, under threat
of loss of allegiance, support and tax money.
We would also encourage you to find other
ways to contact your local media and involve them in
this historical story, such as faxing or phoning
local news desks. Those serving the Petitions for
Redress, in particular, should consider contacting
and inviting local television news crews to cover
their service of local Congress members, and
encouraging them to learn more about the profound
Right to Redress and the potential impact it may
have for our nation.
Status Report as of 1 p.m. today (Sunday):
We are very close to having a full slate of
Petition Servers. We ask those who have not already
signed up to serve the Petitions for Redress on
their congressman on June 30 to check the on-line
to see if their congressman is one of the few who is
without a server and to volunteer, if necessary. It
would be a shame to allow the remaining handful of
congressmen to avoid being served.
NOTE: North Dakota is the only State with no volunteers to serve its one
member of the House of Representatives and its two
Yesterday, Saturday, we mailed hundreds of
Petition Packages to our Servers in
Hawaii, Alaska, California, Oregon, Arizona and
Washington. The rest of the packages will be mailed
Click here to
Volunteer to serve the Petitions locally
Here are today’s numbers:
34 States needing NO MORE servers:
AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, ME, MA,
MD, MI, MS, MT, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NC, OK, OR, RI, SC,
SD, UT, VA, VT, WV, WI, WY.
5 States needing only ONE more server: KY (Rodgers, Dist. 5), MN (Walz
Dist. 1), MO (Akin, Dist. 2), NE
(Smith, Dist. 3), WA (Hastings,
4 States needing only TWO more servers:
(Buyer, Dist. 4 and Hill, Dist. 9),
IA (Latham, Dist. 4 and King,
Dist. 5), KS (Moran, Dist. 1 and
Boyda, Dist. 2), TX (Conaway,
Dist. 11 and Reyes, Dist. 16).
4 States needing only THREE more servers:
LA (Jefferson, Dist. 2; Melancon,
Dist. 3 and Boustany, Dist. 7), ND (Pomeroy,
Sen. Dorgan and Sen. Conrad), PA (Fatah,
Dist. 2; English, Dist. 3; and Murphy,
Dist. 8); TN (Duncan, Dist. 2; Tanner,
Dist. 8 and Cohen, Dist. 9).
3 States needing only FOUR more servers:
(Davis, Dist. 7; Kirk, Dist. 10;
Weller, Dist. 11 and Costello, Dist. 12),
OH (Kaptur, Dist. 9; Kucinich,
Dist. 10; Jones, Dist. 11 and Ryan,
Dist. 17), NY (Ackerman, Dist. 5;
Meeks, Dist. 6; Fossella, Dist. 13 and
McHugh, Dist. 23)
Right-click here to download the .rtf text
version of the Letter to the Editor
to obtain your
personal copies of the Petition Packages
being served on the Government next week!
(graphic is actual cover of the
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