Category: Gun rights

HowardPhillps_quoteHoward Phillips, founder of the Constitution Party, often said:

“To capture the Presidency for an agenda of Constitutional renewal, we need a political instrument with clarity of principle and unity of purpose — one willing to offer a change in direction as well as a switch of drivers. Your vote is wasted only when you give it to someone who is leading the country away from what you believe.”

Howard’s vision was to build an alternative party based on the Founding Father’s timeless convictions. We have done that, and through sustaining donations, we continue to grow. Now, with the enthusiastic support of his widow, we are re-naming our pledge program The Howard Phillips Legacy Society.

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By Giordano Bruno

Neithercorp Press – 1/12/11

Generally, when one is in the midst of national tragedy, unspoken but expected rules of social conduct tend to take effect. These rules require us to engage in a chorus of collective theater in which every person must act out their best teary-eyed monologue. We suddenly feel obliged to showcase for the world how much more empathetic we are to the plight of the victim or victims than others, or, we simply silence our dissent so that we might avoid appearing “insensitive” to the fads of cultural grieving. That is to say, if you dare to question the honesty behind the sobs, the outrage, or the reactionary zealotry of the ideologues hell bent on exploiting the latest calamity to their own benefit, then you are usually branded as monstrous as the villain or villains who carried out the terrible event in the first place.

Frankly, I could care less about such conventions. The truth takes precedence over all things, even tragedy… Read More »