@AllenWest ” Join with me in the oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic”


by Allen West via Facebook

Today we remember and honor the United States Constitution. God bless French political writer Charles Montesquieu for inspiring our Founding Fathers – James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay – to create the system of governing philosophy for the longest existing constitutional Republic. However, let this day serve as a call to action for true American Patriots to protect and preserve our rule of law, our Constitution. Our legacy, our American exceptionalism is rooted in the immutable words of truth that begin, “We the People of the United States…” Read Dr. Larry Arnn’s book “The Founder’s Key” and Mark Levin‘s “The Liberty Amendments” and join with me in the oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and bear true faith and allegiance to the same.”



Standing Up, That’s What We Do! We Stand Against Tyranny and Those Who Mean Us Harm

By Craig Andresen on November 4, 2012 for The National Patriot

Our Declaration of Independence, one of the greatest documents ever written, ends with these words:

“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

Those words, which should ring in the ears of every American are followed by 56 signatures.

Each man who affixed his name on that Declaration believed in those words and each did indeed pledge to each other their Lives, their Fortunes and their sacred Honor.

Do you think THEY…”Stood Down?”

Emphatically…They did NOT!

Did the Patriots who fought and died for the idea behind that document…”Stand Down?”


In the ice and snow of Valley Forge…Did Washington…”Stand Down?”


In the years after the war of revolution, when called upon to pen the Constitution, did James Madison “Stand Down?”

No. No he did not.

In the War of 1812, when things looked darkest and the British was sacking the White House…Who “Stood Down?”

No one. In fact, Dolley Madison took the portrait of Washington from the wall and saved it…for the NEW White House.

In the quest to put an end to slavery, did Lincoln “Stand Down?”

The burden of the war between the states was great but, no…NO HE DID NOT “stand Down.”

Our country is FULL of people who never “Stood Down” and it always has been. From those who, with an idea and firm resolve gave birth to this great nation, fought for it, died for it and settled it to those who built it, powered it, explored it and added to it.

Did those who came here from lands far away, who felt free upon seeing Lady Liberty and who learned the language and our culture to make a better life for themselves, their children and their children’s children “Stand Down?”

Certainly not.

His advisers told him not to say it, they told him not to use the line in his speech. It was too forceful they told him…It would be upsetting.

Did Ronald Reagan “Stand Down?”

“Stand DOWN???”

No…Ronald Reagan Stood UP at the Brandenburg Gate.

He STOOD UP at the Brandenburg Gate…..

“Mr. Gorbachev…TEAR DOWN THIS WALL!”

Standing up. That’s what we do. We stand UP when our nation is threatened. We Stand UP, when freedom is threatened. We STAND UP when against tyranny and those who mean us harm.



Reclaiming the Constitution from Usurpers and Society’s Biggest Lawbreaker. by Richard A. Viguerie

Dear Constitutional Friend,

I wanted to thank you for downloading the e-pamphlet The Law That Governs Government, and give you a quick update about just  how widely the message is being spread, and how well it’s been  received.

Individuals and groups are doing what we had hoped, which is posting the e-pamphlet on their websites and blogs.  We waived  copyright restrictions for that reason: We want people to spread the  message, and we aren’t concerned with who gets credit.

The  message of reclaiming the Constitution is bubbling up from the grassroots –  which is what James Madison described in Federalist No. 44 as “a remedy obtained from the people.”

We will succeed only if we continue to  impress upon elected officials the need to follow the Constitution, and elect only those who are faithful to the Constitution as the law that governs government.

In the 2010 we saw the first fruits of the Tea Party, constitutional conservative movement at the national election level. Let’s make the 2012 election an even bigger shift to electing constitutionally faithful representatives.

Please, continue to share and spread the e-pamphlet.  Feel free to use portions of it for letters to the editor in your local newspapers. Don’t forget the 30 questions to test candidates’ knowledge of, and fidelity to, the Constitution in Appendix I of the e-pamphlet. The pamphlet is even being used in classrooms.

We are mailing the pamphlet to key constitutional conservatives such as elected officials, leaders of conservative organizations, cable and talk radio show hosts, and editorial writers.

But, this is a “bubble-up” message and movement. Politicians and others will begin to address the Constitution as the law that governs government if they sense that the people demand it.

So, whatever you can do to spread the e-pamphlet and its message will have an exponential effect.

Thank you for what you do for freedom.

P.S.  Below are just a few examples showing the wide range of how well The Law That Governs Government is being received.  Also, a two-page summary of The Law That Governs Government, which may be easier to forward to friends,
can be downloaded here. The full 63-page e-pamphlet may, of course, be downloaded for free at ReclaimtheConstitution.com.