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2 – Founding Principles

Article 1 – This group shall consist of citizens that support fiscal responsibility by encouraging the Federal, State and Local Government officials to balance the budgets by reducing spending.

Article 2 – This group shall consist of citizens that support the U.S. Constitution as written by our forefathers in plain English and as amended from time to time by three quarters of the States as required under the Constitution.

Article 3 – This group shall consist of citizens that support the concept of individual liberty and freedom as expressed in writing in the Bill of Rights, while respecting the rights of others members of society.

Article 4 – This group shall encourage the respect for all human person and their dignity at all levels of development, irrespective not only of race, sex, or ethnicity but also of age, size, stage of development, or condition of dependency.  Note that Life is listed first, “Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness,” as written in the Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776.

Article 5 – This group shall support the concept voted into the California Constitution and adopted by 35 other States in the United States that the definition of marriage is based on the marital commitment of one man and and one woman. Historically no institution matches the healthy family in its capacity to transmit to each new generation the understandings and traits of character and values needed for a successful society, law, government, education and business.

Article 6 – This group shall support the right to bear arms as expressed in writing in the 2ndAmendment in the Constitution of the United States. The amendment states that right shall not be infringed by any government in America.  All Local, State and Federal Officials, along with many officers of our courts take an Oath of office to uphold and protect the State and U.S. Constitutions.  All persons taking that oath of office that attempt to undermine or infringe the right to bear arms is a dereliction of duty of said oath.

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