Robert W. Peck is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Washington. The following article was shared on the Constitution Party’s Facebook page. It was originally published here.
Posted on September 17, 2013 by Robert W. Peck
Today, September 17, commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution, the document that both frames our form of government and simultaneously protects our liberties by strictly limiting the powers granted to that government.
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Robert W. Peck is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Washington. The following was published on his blog on July 2, 2013:
The Declaration of Independence – Honoring the Spirit of the Founders in Today’s Political Environment
By Robert Peck
What thoughts spring to your mind when the Declaration of Independence is mentioned?… Read more ...
Riley J. Hood is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin. He was a write-in candidate for U.S. Senate in 2012 and received 70 votes. The following article was published on June 6, 2013.
What Do They Call Themselves?
“Excellent speech becometh not a fool:
much less lying lips a prince.” Proverbs 17:7
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Published on the Hammer of Truth website on May 22nd. Cody Quirk is a Nevada political activist who is the founder and chairman of the Clarion Call to Unite Committee (CCTUC).
Recently, one Robert Peck of the Washington Constitution Party did an article on Independent Political Report in response to my article, ‘As an Independent American‘, that was re-posted on IPR -in a poor attempt to rebut it, the arguments, and stated evidence for why I left the CP and joined the National IAP in the first place.… Read more ...
By Robert W. Peck
Chairman, Constitution Party of Washington
May 22, 2013
An article was recently posted at Independent Political Report featuring comments by Cody Quirk in regard to his effort to, as he puts it, “unify the Constitutionalist parties”. In the May 20 article titled “Cody Quirk: As an Independent” American, Mr.… Read more ...
Randy Stufflebeam and Darrell Castle, Constitution Party leaders, conducted a special radio broadcast of their show Constitutionally Correct-Podcastle dedicated to CP founder Howard Phillips, who died on April 20th. The video archive is below. The video runs about 54 minutes.
More on Phillips:
Bob Peck, Chairman of the Constitution Party of Washington, Reflects on Howard Phillips’s legacy:
Howard Phillips Speech: The Case for A Constitutional Presidency