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March 6,  2009

UPDATE #21: Continental Congress 2009

“Thumbs-Up” Week & Latest Schedule 

Call for Pics, Videos

Ed. note
: This update regards the upcoming historic Continental Congress 2009 event to be held later this year.  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.


The latest CC2009 regional meeting venues have been set.  Bob Schulz completes his meetings in Florida this Sunday in Tallahassee before heading north to Alabama and Tennessee.

Schulz reported from the road today that he is energized by the solid number of meeting attendees and the rapidly growing commitment of volunteers to support the historic project.  Schulz also stated that there appears to be a growing consensus about our escalating constitutional crisis and the viability of the CC2009 project across the broader Freedom community.  He noted that several major Florida media entities had contacted him this week for interviews and live radio shows, and he even worked in an early morning breakfast speech this morning before the Rotary club meeting in Jupiter.

Schulz cautiously remarked that if attendance trends continue upward from what appear to be indications of mounting interest in the CC2009 initiative, he will need to reevaluate the size of meeting venues currently considered as adequate.

All in all, a “thumbs up” first week back on the road for Lady Liberty.

RIGHT-Click here to download the new CC2009 tri-fold brochure. 

The following are the latest meeting locations through next Wednesday, March 11th.

If you are near one these locations, please make plans to attend.  Be sure to bring a friend, email your local contacts (e.g., “meet-up” groups, etc.), and get other local branches of established Freedom organizations involved.  If we work together and commit ourselves to this initiative, we may yet restore Constitutional Order and secure our inherent Liberty.

Fri., March 6, 2009. 7-10pm. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Venue: St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church, 7801 NW 5th Street, Plantation, Florida, 33324.  Contact: Larry Zolnowski
352 702 6242,

Sat., March 7, 2009. 1-4pm. Tampa, Florida.  Venue: Comfort Inn and Conference Center – Fountain Room West, 820 East Busch Blvd, Tampa, Florida.  I-275 to exit 50 – left onto Busch Blvd.  Old Exit 33, hotel on left at exit. Contact: Mark Hendricks,

Sun., March 8, 2009. 1-4pm. Tallahassee, Florida. Venue: Homewood Suites, 2987 Apalachee Pkwy, Tallahassee, Florida 32301. 850 402 9400.  Contact: Sheryl Singletary,

Mon., March 9, 2009. 7-10pm. Montgomery, Alabama. Venue: Aldersgate United Methodist Church – Rm 22, 6610 Vaughn Road, Montgomery, Alabama, 36116.  Contact: John Posey, 334 221 2127,

Tues., March 10, 2009. 6-9pm. Huntsville, Alabama. Venue:  Trinity United Methodist Church, 607 Airport Road, Huntsville, Alabama, 35802. Contact: Kevin Cannon,, 256 859 0397. 

Wed., March 11, 2009. 6-10pm. Knoxville, Tennessee. Venue:  Delicious  buffet dinner 6-7pm ($10.49) Mama Blues Restaurant (used to be Ryans Family Restaurant), 9545 Kingston Pike (Hwy 11) Knoxville, Tennessee 37922.  Contact: David Ryden,  Directions: Interstate 40 to West Knoxville, Exit #378 (Cedar Bluff exit) then right on Kingston Pike.   Interstate 4 to West Knoxville, Exit 38 (Cedar bluff Exit) then South one mile to Kingston Pike then Right (due South) one mile. 865-357-7774.


Following the meetings above which conclude mid-next week, Schulz then heads to Nashville, Memphis, Little Rock, Jackson, Houston, Austin, Oklahoma City and Amarillo before heading toward stops in the deep southwest. 

The days and meetings continue to click by.  Please check the full meeting schedule and do what you can to volunteer to help arrange a meeting facility in those cities that have yet to set a firm venue. The more lead time available, the more effective will be our CC2009 efforts.

Please e-mail our venue coordination volunteer at with the following information for each potential venue, preferably in the following format: Local event coordinator: (name, email address, phone number). Venue: (name of facility, complete address including zip code, phone number, website if available, and other noteworthy details).

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


If you have digital photos or video of the Schulz’s public CC2009 meetings, please consider sharing them so we can post them on our website.  For digital photos, please forward your best three or four shots to Please do NOT email large numbers of photos.

For video, please consider transferring/editing to DVD or posting edited/highlight versions on YouTube.  If possible, please send video materials on CD-ROM or DVD to the WTP home office.  We also have the capability to process mini-DV format tapes. We will evaluate your submissions and use as them we are able.

Our home office location is:  WTP, 2458 Ridge Road, Queensbury, NY 12804.

Let’s let America feel some of the energy that’s headed their way…

Please check the meeting schedule for the latest 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 Foundation's Continental Congress 2009 project work.




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