Constitutional rights are not government-given

People often speak of their Constitutional rights but sometimes make the mistake of assuming that the rights protected by the Bill of Rights — such as the freedom of religion; freedom of speech and of the press; the right “to keep and bear arms”; the right “to be secure” in our “persons, houses, papers and effects” — are given to us by our government. But a careful reading of the Constitution, as well as the Declaration of Independence, makes clear that these rights, as well as others not enumerated, are given to us by our Creator and the Bill of Rights was adopted to preserve those God-given rights from the encroachment of government.

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January 2016 Update

Dear Fellow Patriot,

Happy New Year! 

2016 begins with the potential of gaining ground for life and liberty here in the state of Georgia. With the presidential election in November the public is much more aware of the state of the nation and their communities, and their attention is focused on the effectiveness of elected officials and political parties. The growing disgust and distrust in both parties provides a platform for the Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-Ga) to raise up the standard of righteousness in civil government and call for fellow patriots to help build a viable political party that will have an impact on local and state government.

With a vision of victory,

Ricardo Davis
State Chairman

 

In This Update

  • 1962 – “I Have A Dream”
  • Party Building:  Fundraising and Membership
  • Upcoming Events
  • Legislative Updates
  • Judicial Alert
  • Commentary
  • Ballot Access Lawsuit Update
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Wrong-Way Republicans

Wrong_Way.pngThe Conservative Right seems to operate from a general assumption that things keep getting worse because liberals are in power and democrats win all the elections. However, I got curious and did a little research on the topic. I discovered that over the past 20 years, republicans have held 57% of the control of our federal government – 68% if you add in the Supreme Court – that's a 68/32 split in favor of the republicans. Among the union states, the elephant party holds complete control (legislature and governor) of nearly half the states (23) - more than three times as many as the dreaded donkeys (7). It turns out that America is overwhelmingly republican-controlled.

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