The CCTUC meeting today, for the 13th of April was largely, a success.
We had Kelly Gneiting and Jared Beck of the National Independent American Party, Janine Hansen of the Constitution Party, Markham Robinson of the California American Independent Party, Anthony Tolda of the Sovereignty Party, Tom Hoefling of America's Party, Douglas Joy of the American Party, along with CCTUC Vice-Chair Joshua Fauver and CCTUC Spokesperson and 2016 presidential candidate, Robby Wells...
And me, the CCTUC National Chairman, of course.
While the meeting got off to a rough start due to a few technical glitches, nevertheless, Tom Hoefling gave the opening prayer, and thereafter we talked and discussed at length the proposed 'Clarion Call To Unite Resolution', which the CCTUC intends to see become adopted by the parties involved in this great effort.
Unfortunately, because of the detailed length of the resolution itself, and of the brief time that some of the leaders & representatives of each party had in participating in today's meeting, we unanimously decided to edit certain portions of the resolution for today's meeting, which we did- thanks to the contributing efforts of both Mr. Robinson and Mrs. Hansen -and to hold another meeting on the 11th of next month to conclude and finish editing the rest of the resolution, and adopting it afterwards.
However, when this resolution is completely edited and set on stone after the next meeting on the 11th, it will then be immediately made public, and gradually adopted by these parties that we have reached out to, and have answered the Clarion Call To Unite, God willing.
Afterwards, Tom Hoefling gave a brief talk about the historical National Union Party of the 1864 Presidential election, and of a related project that he currently has going on, of which he explained in detail.
Kelly Gneiting spoke next about the 'Independent American Movement', which is a grassroots political group that is semi-related to the National IAP, and whose goal is to support or endorse constitutionalist-oriented candidates in elections, regardless of what political party they are affiliated with or running under.
After Mr. Gneiting's talk, the agreement was unanimous to reconvene on May 11th, at the same time of day, and Mr. Gneiting himself gave the closing prayer to the meeting, which then adjourned.
In conclusion, while the main subject of the meeting, being the 'Clarion Call To Unite Resolution', only got to be partially dealt with- nevertheless it was a success in terms of cooperation and friendly dialogue among the leaders and official representatives of the various parties in attendance, and in building new friendships as well as breaking down those barriers of mistrust and animosity that had previously existed between some of these parties in attendance.
And it's with this success and dialogue, that we will build and grow this great effort of unifying those parties that seek to restore constitutional government and to uphold the morals and freedoms which our founding fathers advocated, and adhered to.
This is just the beginning of our great effort of uniting these parties and bringing about the restoration of our Constitutional Republic. Therefore, we continue to march forward and build upon the breakthroughs and gains that increase every day for us, and for the Cause of Liberty!
Clarion Call To Unite Committee