In order to continue providing relevant content,
the Constitution Club needs the financial support of its membership. 
A $5.00 voluntary monthly contribution is requested.

Information

The NO PARTY for Me!

Members: 198
Latest Activity: Jul 11

Our Mission Statement

When 27 more state legislatures vote to ratify the amendment that has been pending since 1789 it will be the beginning of the end for political parties in America.

When the size of our Congressional Districts are reduced to 50,000 people per representative, we will not need political parties to help fund the campaigns of honest, hardworking individuals who want to serve their country and their communities.

For hundreds of years the American people have been divided into political parties that hold the people and the candidates hostage.

Currently only individuals endorsed by political parties have even the slightest chance of winning a seat in Congress. Wouldn't it be great if candidates could compete on their own merit without having to climb in bed with a political party?

To Join the No Party Party Click Here
When it comes to political parties, Just Say No!


 

Discussion Forum

The "Principal Party"-Informal, based in Constitutional intent for Article V, our first right.

Started by Christopher A. Brown. Last reply by Eric R Rhodes Dec 22, 2015. 44 Replies

I'm sick beyond description of party politics.  So much so that even dealing with the re-registration to simply support the essence of the principles that are the intent of our founding documents as America, is more than I can fathom.I spoke to a…Continue

Tags: free, speech, democracy, first, diebold

Oath of Office Petition

Started by Gary De Capua. Last reply by Christopher A. Brown Oct 23, 2013. 2 Replies

We need to follow this and start Petitions on Oath of Office Violators.…Continue

Tags: courts, congress, rights, oath, office

John Taylor Gatto Video Presentations

Started by Keith Broaders. Last reply by Jim Robinett Jul 7, 2013. 1 Reply

John Taylor Gatto Video Presentations   Click HereContinue

No Party for Me!

Started by James Dickie Vaughn. Last reply by Anna Mari Jul 3, 2013. 2 Replies

   Our founding fathers may or may not have been committed Christians, but their works were based on Godly values and they adhered to them. Now because of the breakdown of the family our children grow up like weeds, because mom and dad(if there is…Continue

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of The NO PARTY for Me! to add comments!

Comment by Robert A. Vine on October 28, 2013 at 4:47am

I have seen no real differences in the two main parties for years.  The morons who pretend to represent us in Washington are doing what they are told to do by the folks who really own this country.  The fact that there are two parties only give us the illusion of choice.  Who are we are allowed to vote for?  The candidates that are chosen for us.  Now, some states are attempting  to make it extremely difficult for Libertarian candidates to get on the ballot, Ohio is one and Virginia is attempting the same trick.  The Repugs and Damos must be really worried that we, the people, are getting fed up with their shennanigans and they are afraid that they will be on the outside of the beltway looking in and wondering what the hell happened.

We need to fire them all and restore our Democratic Republic.  No career politicians  and no lawyers for elective office.  Repeal the XVI & XVII Amendments, restore the election of Senators by the State Legislatures, do away with the income tax, repeal the law that has established the Federal Reserve and do away with the United States of Ameirca, Inc.  In other words drop the Corporate USA and become the United States of America period.

Comment by Christopher A. Brown on October 8, 2013 at 5:20pm
Laurie Harms:
"The original, organic republic form of government had NO parties! 1871 was when the separation occurred and it has been all down hill since. The republic is what we need to re-inhabit! We do that, ALL the BS will simply fall away!"

Agreed, the principals of the republic must stand. Article V is our first right. We use it with the principals of the republic with the law of the republic.
Comment by Wayne Bachmann on October 8, 2013 at 8:35am

Thank you for having the guts to stand up and speak out!

Comment by Christopher A. Brown on October 6, 2013 at 9:06pm

We need to create a party, which is not a party, but it acts within, perhaps changing party politics forever.  Logically it could be called the "Principal Party".  It is a nation wide group that stands for the principals of the constitution.  Essentially this creates a new political paradigm completely out of the box created for use for the last 100 years plus.

Principal Party members logically can vote for any candidate of any party.  They are voting for the principals the candidate promotes.

The prime principals of the party are the prime principals of the nation.

Our first constitutional right is to "alter or abolish" abusive government.  Article V is our first constitutional right.  We must use it or loose it.  In order to use it we must be "the masters of the congress and the courts", (Lincoln 1859).  We can only do this with robust free speech.

The nation is not constitutional with regard to free speech.  To prepare for Article V, the issue of free speech needs to be dealt with permanently by amendment.  We've only gotten to the state because it has been seriously abridged since the advent of mass communications.

The second issue is the vote.  A corruption such as the Diebold problem cannot exist in America, but it does.  That issue needs permanent solution by amendment as well.

The citizens united, campaign finance reform.  Americans are already united on these issues, however they do not know the purpose of free speech.  Yes, they have a sense of it, but not its general purpose in specific terms.

The purpose of free speech is to assure that information necessary for survival is shared and understood.

Comment by Oleg Gielman on September 25, 2013 at 2:04pm

A banana republic since 1860...



Comment by Ronald R Harders on September 23, 2013 at 9:01pm

Bemoaning thr corruption and not acting to divert the ascension of evil to the seat of power is in my humble opinion asinine. I suggest that you look at www.nationallibertyalliance.org and get deeply involved.

Ron

Comment by Oleg Gielman on September 23, 2013 at 8:25pm

Voting in a fraudulent system aids and abets the corruption, it is acknowledgment of the system by consent / compliance... and not knowing (or ignorance) of the corruption is part of the fuel for the fraud... it's what all new age dictators do, they create a false democracy.

Comment by Wayne Bachmann on September 23, 2013 at 8:02pm

Well spoken, Laurie! I was having a moment of Wayne'sheimers, and was not able to pull out adhesion, so I just tried to explain it in plain words. Now, there are two of us bearing witness to the fraud, deception, and corruption!

Comment by Kenneth Langdon on September 23, 2013 at 6:00pm

The whole system in corrupt. The should all be kicked out of office.

Comment by Ronald R Harders on September 23, 2013 at 5:47pm

Well it seems to me that not voting has given us Barack Hussein Obama. Has it been worth it?

Ron

 

Members (198)

 
 
 

© 2017   Created by Keith Broaders.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service