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Reclaiming The Republic

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Background

In accordance with Article VII of the Constitution, the Constitution is a compact/contract written for and by the States, which is why Article VII required ratification (i.e. the formal acceptance of a compact/contract) by a minimum of 9 primary stakeholders (i.e. the States).  This is why the sovereignty (i.e. supreme authority) over any form of changes to this compact/contract was left to the States in accordance to Article V of the compact/contract.  In this compact/contract the primary stakeholders delegated specific, defined, and limited roles, responsibilities, and powers (RRP’s) to a general (i.e. Federal) government and in the ratification debates of the Constitution all States demanded an Amendment that defined “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people,” which is the origins and reason for the 10th Amendment. 

The Problem

Consequently, many of the Roles, Responsibilities, and Powers that are being exercised by the general government are blatant violation of the compact/contract (i.e. the Constitution), such as the Departments of Interior, Justice, Agriculture, Commerce, Labor, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, Energy, Education, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security are all violations to the compact/contract to name a few.   Most of more than 585 Federal Executive Departments, Agencies, Offices, Administrations are unconstitutional and violations to compact/contract.  Truth be told, over 90 percent of our Republic’s problems are a result of Federal non-compliance to the Constitution.  Fortunately, there is a single solution and this solution has nothing to do with an Article V Convention or an Amendment. 

The Solution

Because the compact/contract (i.e. the Constitution) is a contract, inherent in contract law – the primary Stakeholders (i.e. the States) possess authority over enforcement of their compact/contract and can exercise an audit of their compact/contract to contrast the exercised Roles, Responsibilities, and Powers to verify which Roles, Responsibilities, and Powers are violations and which are within the terms of the compact/contract.  Any State can execute this audit; however, when 13 or more States unite in this audit this is when the Republic possesses Constitutional force, because the general government can not get the required 38 States to delegate any RRP via an Article V amendment to the compact/contract. 

When multiple State begin to audit the compact/contract this is referred to as Republic Review.  Descriptions of this process is here: http://www.reclaimingtherepublic.org/ 

A Model that graphically depicts this flow of Republic Review is here:  http://www.reclaimingtherepublic.org/model.html 

Primary Objective

There are 7383 people in our Republic who possess the power and authority to call for this audit and capable of unite the Republic in Republic Review.  These people are the State Legislators. As James Madison said in 1798 “That this Assembly doth explicitly and peremptorily declare, that it views the powers of the federal government, as resulting from the compact, to which the states are parties; as limited by the plain sense and intention of the instrument constituting the compact; as no further valid that they are authorized by the grants enumerated in that compact; and that in case of a deliberate, palpable, and dangerous exercise of other powers, not granted by the said compact, the states who are parties thereto, have the right, and are in duty bound, to interpose for arresting the progress of the evil, and for maintaining within their respective limits, the authorities, rights and liberties appertaining to them.”

As a republican form of government the Sovereign representative for each State is the Legislative bodies and they are duty bound to protecting their citizen from Tyranny.

 

Consequently, to educate and motivate all State Legislators to fulfill their “duty” and oath of office, We need to engage each of them.  We want to start with the States that have the highest potential of responding to this call to action.  The order of States would be: 

1.       Wyoming
2.       Utah
3.       South Dakota
4.       Idaho
5.       Kansas
6.       North Dakota
7.       Nebraska
8.       Tennessee
9.       Missouri
10.   Indiana
11.   Oklahoma
12.   Alabama
13.   Florida
14.   Virginia
15.   Georgia
16.   Texas
17.   Ohio
18.   Arkansas
19.   West Virginia
20.   Wisconsin
21.   South Carolina
22.   North Carolina
23.   Arizona
24.   Mississippi
25.   New Hampshire
26.   Montana
27.   Alaska
28.   Louisiana
29.   Pennsylvania
30.   Nevada
31.   Michigan
32.   Iowa
33.   Minnesota
34.   New Mexico
35.   Washington
36.   Colorado
37.   Kentucky
38.   Maine
39.   Connecticut
40.   Oregon
41.   Illinois
42.   Delaware
43.   Vermont
44.   Maryland
45.   New Jersey
46.   California
47.   New York
48.   Massachusetts
49.   Rhode Island
50.   Hawaii

 The process of engagement and details are forth coming and all details will be posted on 1798part2.org

Conclusion

Our Constitutional Republic was established as a limited and defined general (i.e. Federal) government and that the citizens of the disparate States in this Republic are the integral part of this
“SELF-GOVERNMENT” system.  If we are going to restore our self-government Constitutional Republic our first step must be placing the general government back into the framework of the Constitution.  There is much more that one needs to learn and understand but every part or “Reclaiming the Republic” and “Republic Review” are based upon our founding documents.  If you listen to my national radio show you will hear me read these documents and prove these points of fact. 

As the adage states: “if you are not a part of the solution, you are a part of the problem.”

You now have an opportunity to be a part of the solution instead of being a part of the problem.  I hope you join this effort before we run out of time.   Based upon demographics entering our electorate pool we have 2 to 5 years before we are pushed off the precipice into subjugation and the general government attempts to discard our Constitution.  I hope I am wrong but there is a lack of strong evidence that can support an opposing view to this theory of our demise. 

Financial Management

Funding will strictly be used for travel costs for:

1.       Rodeo’s For Republic Review
2.       Campaign contributions to candidates that have committed to calling for an audit and Republic Review
3.       Buying air time for airing educational content about Republic Review on cable television
4.       Buying air time for commercials to announce the airing of Republic Review Content
5.       Buying air time for airing educational content about Republic Review on local radio in targeted States (currently this is Wyoming)

 

Current financial Requirement:

We need to travel to Wyoming mid November to a Central Committee meeting to present a recommendation to the State and County Chairs how they can take back control of the Party.  The cost is broken down as follows (Driving to save costs for myself and videographer to capture the information):

Fuel round trip:  $476.00
Hotel for two:  $409.00
Meals and Incidental expenses:  $306
Travel Total:  $1191
Income Tax: $333
Total Financial Obligation:  $1524

Added Cost to Add Keith Broaders to Attend this Trip:
Airfare:  $540.00
Hotel:      $505.00
Meals and Incidental expenses:  $204
Added Total:  $1249.00
Income Tax:  $350.00
Total Added Cost For Keith:  $1599.00


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