Author: Constitution Party of Utah

IS THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WORTH SAVING?

By Gary Welch, National Communication Director of the Constitution Party I think that it is pretty obvious that the main focus on Constitution Party recruiting efforts have been focused on members of the GOP. That is to be expected. It is a party in disarray. Leadership and candidates of the party are not acting in the best interests of the members of the party. As such, a party like the Constitution Party becomes a viable alternative to the GOP since we represent the values and principles that GOP members wish their own party would stand up for. Unfortunately, the...

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A Rare Opportunity

A rare window of opportunity is opening up for the Constitution Party. For the first time in our history the Constitution Party has succeeded in getting enough signatures to place a remarkable young candidate on the ballot for the office of governor in the state of New Jersey. His name is Matt Riccardi. He is a very dynamic young man and is garnering significant attention in the state. As a result of this and other recent events as well as the betrayal of the Republican Congress to refuse to repeal Obamacare, a growing number of conservative republicans have become...

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Power of a Committee Chairman

by Richard Proctor It is little known that any chairman of any legislative committee in Washington D.C. has more power over legislation than the President himself. How you ask? Article I, Section 7, Paragraph 2 of the Constitution states in part: Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate shall, before it becomes a Law, be presented to the President of the United States…. If any Bill shall not be returned by the President within ten Days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, In...

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Time to Grow

by Gary Welch The recent GOP Primary election for the 3rd Congressional District has conservatives and constitutionalists up in arms. The clear selection of Chris Herrod by their caucus and the majority of the conservatives in this district was sabotaged by their own party that created a system for allowing party elites to pick their candidate in spite what their members wanted. John Curtis was not what the GOP members wanted and many feel that this new system allowed Democrats and Progressives in the party to elect a known Liberal to Congress. Even those outside the 3rd CD are...

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