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Constitutional Orthodoxy:

Constitutional Orthodoxy is adhering to the codified processes that were established within the Constitution as defined by the States (founders) during the ratification process.  Consequently, the founders dictated and enumerated the limitations and scope of the general government as a delegated entity within the Hybrid Constitutional Republic.  Returning to Constitutional Orthodoxy is the only course that will preserve the Constitution, Individual Liberty, and the Republic.

     

The radio show "Reclaiming the Republic" is now broadcasting on KSBN AM 1230 every Wednesday from 4:00 to 5:00 pm PST. We will be live answering questions and taking comments.

 

You can listen to the show live here: http://ksbn.net/

Just click on "Listen" in the top menu bar

These podcast will be moving to our new site ReclaimingtheRepublic.org you can still down load them here while they are available:

Listen to our 17 September 2016 podcast

Listen to our 21 September 2016 podcast (due to an administrative matter this show was broadcasted on the 24th and the 28th)

The above show cites:

Federalist No. 14 James Madison
Federalist No. 40 James Madison
Federalist No. 45 James Madison
Federalist No. 45 James Madison
Federalist No. 46 James Madison
Federalist No. 46 James Madison
Federalist No. 17 Alexander Hamilton
Federalist No. 26 Alexander Hamilton
Federalist No. 31 Alexander Hamilton

Listen to our 05 October 2016 podcast

The above show cites

Federalist No. 48 James Madison
Federalist No. 49 James Madison (This is a must read!)
Federalist No. 78 Alexander Hamilton
Federalist No. 81 Alexander Hamilton
Federalist No. 85 Alexander Hamilton

Listen to our 12 Oct 2016 podcast

The above show cites

Federalist No. 43 James Madison
Virginia Ratification Debate James Madison
Virginia Ratification Debate James Madison

Listen to our 19 Oct 2016 podcast

The above broadcast contains elucidations on the implied oath of citizenship that falls upon all citizens born into citizenship and how we must unify as citizens responsible for safeguarding the Constitution.  Unifying under the Republic Party and taking the Party back to our founding principles of individual liberty and individual sovereignty.  We have to set aside our differences and self-interests if we are going to save our Constitution and our Republic.

The above show cites

Virginia Ratification Debate James Madison
Thomas Jefferson and the Kentucky State Legislators 1798 Resolution in response to the general governments Sedition Act

Listen to our 26 Oct 2016 podcast

The above show discusses the political theory of centrifugal political energy vs centripetal political energy, voter fraud, and the destructive act of abstaining from an election.

 

Listen to our 02 Nov 2016 podcast

The above show discusses the upcoming 2016 election and the danger of Nationalism

 

Listen to our 09 Nov 2016 podcast

The above show discusses post-election 2016 and the intent restated of "Reclaiming the Republic"

 

Listen to our 16 Nov 2016 podcast

The above show discusses republicanism and nationalism and why everyone is exploiting nationalism

 

Listen to our 23 Nov 2016 podcast

The above show discusses our National recognition of Thanksgiving and giving thanks to our Lord and our Republic's foundation of Christianity

 

Listen to our 30 Nov 2016 podcast

The above show discusses the Republic, the Electoral College, and republicnaism

 

Listen to our 07 Dec 2016 podcast

The above show discusses Pearl Harbor Day and the reading of the Irrefutable Argument article on Facebook

 

Listen to our 14 Dec 2016 podcast

The above show discusses Republic Review and the books "We The People: Whose Constitution Is It Anyway" and "We The People: The Strategy To Convene A Convention For Republic Review" and cites the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

 

Listen to our 21 Dec 2016 podcast

The above show discusses the history of Christmas and it becoming a Christian Holiday

 

Listen to our 28 Dec 2016 podcast

The above show recognizes Iowa became a stakeholder of the Constitution on this day - What was accomplished in 2016 and the executive summary of Republic Review.

 

Listen to our 04 January 2017 podcast

The above show recognizes Utah became a stakeholder of the Constitution on this day - What we are planning on accomplishing in 2017.

 

Listen to our 11 Januaray 2017 podcast

The above show discusses Madison's Veto of the 1817 Infrastructure Bill.

 

Listen to our 18 January 2017 podcast

The above show discusses the Presidential Transition and Trumps Campaign Promises

 

Listen to our 25 January 2017 podcast

The above show discusses that this is Reclaiming the Republic's Final Broadcast on KTW and we will now be moving to KSBN on February 1st. We discuss the importance of protecting our Constitution and the different forces that are calling for and against Conventions.

 

YouTube Video Presentations

The Strategy to convene a Convention For Republic Review

Please visit and subscribe to the "Reclaiming the Republic" YouTube page. We are working with a youtuber who has set up this page on YouTube (of course) titled "Reclaiming the Republic" who is posting our presentations and content here:

Reclaiming the Republic

 

Meeting Announcments

For scheduling your own firesides, presentations, or rallies for your organization, simply send an email to schedule[at]mobiusstrippress.com for scheduling a private or public presentations.

If you are looking for suggestions to hold Constitutional rallies/presentations around the year here are some significant dates:

  • July 4 1776 – Independence Day
  • May 25, 1787 – The Constitutional Convention opens.
  • July 13, 1787 – Congress passes the Northwest Ordinance
  • July 16, 1787 – Roger Sherman proposes the Connecticut Compromise
  • September 17, 1787 – All 12 state delegations approve the Constitution
  • October 27, 1787 – The first in a series of articles (The Federalist Papers) are published in New York’s “The Independent Journal,” supporting the ratification
  • December 7, 1787 – Delaware is the first state to ratify the Constitution (also Pearl Harbor Day)
  • June 21, 1788 – The Constitution becomes effective for the ratifying states
  • June 8, 1789 – James Madison introduces the proposed Bill of Rights in the House of Representatives
  • The Statehood Date – The date your State joined the union and became equal members of the compact between ALL States in the Union.

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State Birthdays

Consider holding a rally at your State Capital on the date it joined the Union or the date it ratified the Constitution.

State Date of admission Formed from
Georgia January 2, 1788 Crown Colony of Georgia
Alaska January 3, 1959 Alaska !Territory of Alaska
Utah January 4, 1896 Utah Territory
New Mexico January 6, 1912 New Mexico Territory
Connecticut January 9, 1788 Crown Colony of Connecticut
Michigan January 26, 1837 Michigan Territory
Kansas January 29, 1861 Kansas Territory (part)
Oregon February 14, 1859 Oregon Territory (part)
Arizona February 14, 1912 Arizona Territory
Massachusetts February 6, 1788 Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay
Ohio March 1, 1803 Northwest Territory (part)
Nebraska March 1, 1867 Nebraska Territory
Florida March 3, 1845 Florida Territory
Vermont March 4, 1791 Vermont !Vermont Republic (also known as the New Hampshire Grants[c])
Maine March 15, 1820 Massachusetts (District of Maine[f])
Maryland April 28, 1788 Crown Colony of Maryland
Louisiana April 30, 1812 Orleans !Territory of Orleans
Minnesota May 11, 1858 Minnesota Territory (part)
South Carolina May 23, 1788 Crown Colony of South Carolina
Rhode Island May 29, 1790 Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
Wisconsin May 29, 1848 Wisconsin Territory (part)
Kentucky June 1, 1792 Virginia (District of Kentucky: Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties[d])
Tennessee June 1, 1796 Southwest Territory
Arkansas June 15, 1836 Arkansas Territory
West Virginia June 20, 1863 Virginia (Trans-Allegheny region counties[g])
New Hampshire June 21, 1788 Crown Colony of New Hampshire
Virginia June 25, 1788 Crown Colony of Virginia
Idaho July 3, 1890 Idaho Territory
Wyoming July 10, 1890 Wyoming Territory
New York July 26, 1788 Crown Colony of New York
Colorado August 1, 1876 Colorado Territory
Missouri August 10, 1821 Missouri Territory (part)
Hawaii August 21, 1959 Hawaii !Territory of Hawaii
California September 9, 1850 Unorganized !unorganized territory (part)
Nevada October 31, 1864 Nevada Territory
North Dakota November 2, 1889 Dakota Territory (part)
South Dakota November 2, 1889 Dakota Territory (part)
Montana November 8, 1889 Montana Territory
Washington November 11, 1889 Washington Territory
Oklahoma November 16, 1907 Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory
North Carolina November 21, 1789 Crown Colony of North Carolina
Illinois December 3, 1818 Illinois Territory (part)
Delaware December 7, 1787 Crown Colony of Delaware[b]
Mississippi December 10, 1817 Mississippi Territory
Indiana December 11, 1816 Indiana Territory
Pennsylvania December 12, 1787 Crown Colony of Pennsylvania
Alabama December 14, 1819 Alabama Territory
New Jersey December 18, 1787 Crown Colony of New Jersey
Iowa December 28, 1846 Iowa Territory (part)
Texas December 29, 1845 Texas !Republic of Texas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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