This update regards the
upcoming historic Continental Congress 2009 event
to be held later this year. As part of CC 2009,
delegates selected by the People from each of the
fifty states will convene to discuss the
Government’s ongoing violations of the
Constitution and strategies the People can employ
to peacefully curtail the abuses. Although these
violations have been widely debated for years, it
is the Government’s patent refusal to respond to
any and all First Amendment Petitions for Redress
that now compel the People to educate our Nation
and begin to organize to restore Constitutional
Order and secure Liberty.
We strongly encourage our readers to review
each of our
At a minimum, please be sure to read our “Summit
in the Sand” web
which provide a good overview of the
constitutional crisis and CC 2009
MD, DE, NY, CT, RI, NH & VT
Bob Schulz heads into the home stretch this week as
he brings word of the historic Continental Congress
2009 initiative to the Northeast states.
Please join Bob as he concludes his final week of
CC2009 meetings which will have covered 56 cities in
60 days by next Friday. Since January 1st, Schulz
will have conducted almost 90 meetings
and have traveled to every one of the fifty states
including Alaska and Hawaii in preparation for
Republic stands at an important crossroad where the
future of Liberty may well be established by the
personal commitments we make, or fail to make,
in the coming days as together we move to educate
our nation about the true nature of our unalienable
Rights, restore Constitutional Order and bring forth
the Light of Liberty for both our posterity and our
Please get to one of these important meetings and be
sure to copy your personal email lists regarding
this historic initiative of the People.
Please note that venue location and information for
the Rhode Island and Vermont meetings has been
recently changed. Be sure to check the
for the latest information:
Sat., April 25, 2009, 9 AM – Noon, Laurel, MD.
Sleep Inn & Suites: 10127 Washington Blvd.,
Laurel, MD 20724. 301-604-6200. Directions: I-95,
exit 38A. Take Rt. 1 South. Contact:
Sat., April 25, 2009, 6:30 – 9:30PM. Wilmington,
DE. Clarion Brandywine Hotel, 707 North King
Street, Wilmington, DE, 19801. 302-656-9300.
Directions: I-95, exit 7 in DE (Rte 52). Contact:
Sun., April 26, 2009. 2-5pm. New York, New York.
Venue: WNRC, 3 W 51st Street, NY, NY
10019. 212-582-5454. Contact:
Mon., April 27, 2009, 7-10 pm, Stony Brook, New
Island) Venue: Stony Brook
Educational and Cultural Center, 97P Main Street,
Stony Brook, NY. Contact:
WTPCNE@live.com, (631) 728-0299, Vanessa
Tues., April 28, 2009. 7-10pm. New Haven,
Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven, 360
Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT 06525. Contact:
Wed., April 29 2009, 7-10pm. Providence, Rhode
Island. Venue: Radisson Bay View – Bayview
Room. 220 India Street, Providence RI. 02903. Lisa
Adams, sales. Contact: Richard Renzi,
firstname.lastname@example.org 401 473 4158.
Thurs., April 30, 2009. 7-10pm. Concord, New
Hampshire. Venue: Nonni's Italian Eatery/
Holiday Inn - Webster Room, 172 North Main Street,
Concord, NH 03301. Marlys Rich, hotel contact.
Contact: Donald Fairchild
Fri., May 1, 2009, 7:30-10pm. Burlington,
Vermont. PLEASE NOTE STARTING TIME. University
of Vermont – Fleming 101.
61 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05405.
Parking is free to the
public after 6pm in the following lots: Votey,
Waterman, and the College Street Visitor Lot. Votey
is the closest lot, as it is adjacent to the Fleming
Museum where this classroom is located. To access
the lecture hall, please use the side entrance to
the building where there is a long ramp that leads
to double doors. Turn left upon entering and the
lecture hall will be on your left. The room will be
accessible from 7pm. Contact:
State-Specific CC2009 Donations
WTP Foundation is now ready to receive (tax
deductible) donations targeted for support of
each state’s CC2009 activities through a customized
process hosted by the PayPal online payment
Donations made through the special PayPal
state-specific donate “buttons” will be held in
reserve by the WTP Foundation to help build a “nest
egg” to assist, as necessary, covering the costs of
sending each state’s Delegates to the CC2009
assembly as well as helping to fund a portion of the
costs each state’s WTP Coordinator network may incur
while promoting the CC2009 initiative locally within
state-specific donate buttons take you directly
to the PayPal system where you can donate with a
credit card OR your existing PayPal account.
You do NOT need a PayPal account to
make a donation through this system. (Use
the form on the left side of the PayPal page)
state button web page also includes a button for
making (tax deductible) donations to the
Foundation’s general fund so that it can help
host the historic CC2009 event and cover the
significant costs anticipated in both producing the
event, promoting it nationwide, as well as bringing
CC2009 assembly to the nation via live Internet
short, our historic undertaking requires a
significant financial commitment from our supporters
to achieve success. Together, we can do this.
encourage you to step forward, take a stand for
Liberty and make a donation to help send your
state’s chosen Delegate’s to CC2009 and to help
bring CC2009 to both your state and the nation.
Information regarding the amount of donations made
to each state and expenses reimbursed from the funds
will be made periodically and posted online.
Procedures for requesting reimbursements of
allowable CC2009 related expenses will be released
in the near future.
Click here to
access the PayPal CC2009 state-specific
If you prefer, click here to access WTP’s
regular, secure donation system.
Click here to see the full
for additional details.
"Tea Party" Flyer (1-page)
RIGHT-Click here to download the
CC2009 "tri-fold" brochure.
Thank you for
Please remember that your tax-deductible donations are the sole
source of funding the Foundation's Continental Congress 2009