Author: Constitution Party of Utah

Please Reject the Proposed HJR3 | Scott Bradley

An Open Letter to Members of the Utah Legislature: Historically, most of the resolutions seeking a constitution convention (by whatever name the advocates choose to denominate it) which have come before the Utah Legislature have promoted the idea that they were single issue proposals, and that any convention which may be called as a result of these resolutions would be restricted to addressing that single issue, and therefore would not place broader issues in the Constitution at risk. While this is a debatable supposition in those other resolutions, HJR3 has dropped all pretense that the proposed convention will be...

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An Appeal to End a Call for a Constitutional Convention

by Sharon Anderson Dear Friends, The Utah State Legislative Session began Jan 23. Legislation has already been introduced that could spell the end of the U.S. Constitution as we know it. Instead of holding politicians in D.C. accountable for violating the law, misguided state legislators simply want to CHANGE the Constitution. . .. . . the SAME Constitution that politicians currently refuse to follow! Proponents have been working behind the scenes for months to get our state legislature to issue a new call for a convention. Not only should our legislators rescind Utah’s current convention resolution, but they need...

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How can you tell when a politician is lying?

By Gary Welch, National Communications Director for the Constitution Party   Their lips are moving. It is an old joke that is based on a big helping of truth. More than 92% of Americans don’t trust politicians. That is a higher level of mistrust than even Used Car Salespeople. Clearly, there’s a problem. During the 2016 presidential election, NBC ran a poll regarding the candidate’s trustworthiness. Only 15% thought that Trump was honest and trustworthy. Clinton only got 11%. Even when it comes to the one political office that should have a requirement of honesty and trustworthiness, our candidates...

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Now What?

At this point in time, it is fair to say that most of us would rather have Trump in the White House than another Clinton. After all, better the devil we don’t know than the devil we know we can’t live with. We do long for the day when we can see inaugurated to the highest offices in the land honorable and good men such as Darrell Castle and Scott Bradley, whom the Constitution Party put forth during this recent election. But that time is not yet…. But what might we expect now? Can we expect anything to fundamentally...

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Special Independence Day Message from George Washington

Special Independence Day Message “Perseverance and spirit have done wonders in all ages.” General George Washington Dorchester Heights could decide the outcome of the British occupation of Boston. All winter General Washington’s council of war had advised against a direct assault. Washington was anxious, as his proposals showed, to confront the British. In the meantime, facing impossible odds, Colonel Henry Knox, just twenty five, arrived at Fort Ticonderoga on December 5, 1775. Knox retrieved 58 mortars and cannons, one cannon weighing 5,000 pounds alone. The whole lot was believed to weigh not less than 120,000 pounds.   He floated the...

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