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January 26, 2009


Can’t Get to a CC 2009 Meeting?  Here’s Video!

Ed. note
: This update regards the upcoming historic Continental Congress 2009 event to be held in Philadelphia directly across from Independence Hall.  As part of CC 2009, delegates selected by the People from each of the fifty states will convene to discuss the Government’s ongoing violations of the Constitution and strategies the People can employ to peaceably curtail the abuse.  Although these violations have been widely debated for years, it is the Government’s patent refusal to respond to any and all First Amendment Petitions for Redress that now compel the People to justly and actively resist the tyranny.

We strongly encourage our readers to review each of our
latest updates.  At a minimum, please be sure to read our “Summit Call and “Line in the Sand” web articles
which provide a good overview of the constitutional crisis and CC 2009 initiative.

  As of tonight, Bob Schulz will have brought the compelling news about the plans for the Continental Congress 2009 initiative to 20 U.S. cities over a grueling, 24-day cross-country travel schedule – with more stops still scheduled. 

For those who have not been able to get to a CC 2009 preparation meeting thus far, we tonight provide video from Schulz’s Denver, Colorado meeting of January 14th.  The video comes courtesy of WTP supporter “James Madison” who attended the meeting and compiled the streaming version of the video. 

The short 19-minute edited version of Schulz's Colorado presentation is available here: 

The link for the full, main Schulz Colorado presentation (1.5 hrs.) is available here: 

Additional video from the WTP San Francisco, California meeting from January 11th is currently being prepped for streaming and will be also be made available within several days. 

WTP supporters are strongly urged to get to the remaining meetings.  Not only does Schulz deliver his convincing rationale for collective action to peacefully restore Constitutional Order, but the regional meetings also serve to help organize local supporters to execute the state-based activities (outreach, delegate selection, fund raising, etc.)  needed in preparing for the historic CC 2009 proceedings. 

Please bring a friend (or two) get to a meeting!  Here is the full meeting schedule.


Meetings this week are scheduled for:

Tues., 1/27/09, Charleston, WV 6 PM  [PLEASE NOTE EARLY START TIME]. South Charleston Community Center, 601 Jefferson Rd, S. Charleston, WV  35039.  Phone 304-744-4731.  Also available for breakfast meeting on 1/28/09 with potential delegate(s) or donor(s).

Wed., 1/28/09, Knoxville, TN 7 pm. Venue to be announced. Also available for breakfast meeting on 1/29/09 with potential delegate(s) or donor(s).

Thurs., 1/29/09, Atlanta, GA 7 pm. Venue to be announced. Local assistance needed. Also available for breakfast meeting on 1/30/09 with potential delegate(s) or donor(s).

Fri., 1/30/09, Winston-Salem, NC 7 pm.     Venue: Holiday Inn Express 110 Miller St., Winston-Salem, NC  336-721-0220. Also available for breakfast meeting on 1/31/09 with potential delegate(s) or donor(s). Coordinator: Pearlis Timmerman-Ballentine, 701-212-4136

Sat., 1/31/09, New Jersey 2 PM. [NOTE LATER START TIME] Robbinsville Branch (Formerly Washington Branch), of the Mercer County Library, located at 42 Allentown-Robbinsville Road Robbinsville, NJ 08691 -- Library Phone Number is 609-259-2150
Coordinator: Charles Lukens 609-822-2773

Sun., 2/1/09, Albany, NY 1 pm. Venue: Guilderland Public Library. 2228 Western Ave., Guilderland NY 12084, 518-456-2400. Coordinator: Craig 845-656-2977.

Please check the meeting schedule for additional details and local WTP contacts.

Nominate Your CC 2009 Delegates!

Potential Delegates to the Continental Congress 2009 assembly can now be entered into nomination using our secure, on-line nomination system.

Please be sure to read the procedure before attempting to access the nomination system.

After an initial review by WTP management and/or state designees, the information submitted by qualified nominees will be displayed on the main WTP Congress web site pages for public review and consideration.  See an example of the nominee display concept here.

Remember that the Continental Congress 2009 project is funded entirely by your generous, tax deductible donations.

New WTP Blog:

Don't forget to visit the new WTP blog:

Please check the meeting schedule for additional details and local WTP contacts.

Thank you for your
generous support.  Please remember that your tax-deductible donations are the sole source of funding the Continental Congress 2009 project.


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