Resources

This page lists other resources available on the net that may be of interest for purposes of research, etc. This list will be an ongoing project, so check back often!

Resources – Venango County

Resources – Pennsylvania

Resources – National

Resources – Other Organizations

Resources – Churches

FYI:  The 45 Goals of Communism was compiled by Cleon Skousen and read into the congressional record on January 10, 1963.

The Constitution of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Constitution Web Page of the Duquesne University School of Law – This site is meant to be a primary source of information about the text, history, and meaning of the Pennsylvania Constitution. Lawyers, journalists, and members of the public are welcome to start here when beginning research about the Pennsylvania Constitution, Pennsylvania constitutional law cases pending in various courts, and current public policy debates concerning the State Constitution.

The Constitution of the United States

National Center for Constitutional Studies – provides educational materials and information related to the Constitution and foundations of American freedom.

Celebrate Constitution Day!

Constitution Project

Venango County Tea Party Patriots is offering Constitution Caddies for placement around the community.   The way this works is – the caddy full of ten Constitutions is $5.  Patriots are taking responsibility for putting them in businesses, churches, schools or anywhere there is traffic.  The Patriot monitors them and replenishes the caddy when empty.  To restock is just $3.00.   Never underestimate the part you can play in educating our fellow citizens.  Some have never seen a Constitution.

Local Government – Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s Local Government Websites – Website has links to all the local government official web sites in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Association of Township Supervisors – the township is the level of government closest to most citizens. Get to know the function of the township supervisor here.
Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association– The Sheriff is, or ought to be, the defacto law enforcement officer of every community. Learn about the functions of the Sheriff, and how to support your local Sheriff here.

Pennsylvania Specific Information

Northwest RSC members — Northwest Caucus Republican State Committee People and contact information are posted here

PA Townhall – a cooperative project involving over 20 center/right organizations and columnists from throughout Pennsylvania. It is a “one stop shop” for readers to view the latest policy papers, news releases, newsletters, polls, blogs and columns as well as listen to radio programs produced by participating organizations.

Pennsylvania Revolution PennsylvaniaRevolution.com is a statewide nonpartisan information project focused on providing accurate and timely information to Pennsylvania citizens.  Pennsylvania Revolution will provide not only a source of information but will provide tools for grassroot supporters of all political parties.

Pennsylvania Firearms Owners Association – The Pennsylvania Firearm Owners Association is a grass-roots non-profit organization created with the goal of preserving the individual right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by Article 1, Section 21 of Pennsylvania Constitution and the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Pennsylvania Department of State– Lots of information here including information on elections in the state of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Right to Work  Our goal is to achieve and guarantee for Pennsylvania workers the right to obtain and hold a job, whether or not they belong to a union. No one can be required to join a union at any time, but employees can be forced to pay union fees under certain circumstances.
Pennsylvania Sheriffs

USA 1911 is sponsoring “the Sheriff Project” – how constitutional is your sheriff?

Agenda 21

Click here to read Agenda 21

Learn about Agenda 21 in 9 1/2 minutes by clicking here.

Info on Agenda 21 in Venango County can be found on this page.

American Policy Center — Tom DeWeese’s website — APC believes that the free market, through its inherent system of checks and balances, including private ownership of property, is the best method yet devised for creating individual wealth, full employment, goods and services, and protecting the natural environment.

CFact — Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow — In 1985, the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) was founded to promote a positive voice on environment and development issues. Its co-founders, David Rothbard and Craig Rucker, believed very strongly that the power of the market combined with the applications of safe technologies could offer humanity practical solutions to many of the world’s pressing concerns.

Cornwall Alliance — A coalition of clergy, theologians, religious leaders, scientists, academics, policy experts, and others, the Cornwall Alliance is committed to bringing a proper and balanced biblical view of stewardship to the critical issues of environment and development.

Smart Meters:

TEA Party activists have joined the effort to stop Smart meters because of privacy and property rights issues.

Within three years about half of US households — 65 million homes — will have wireless Smart meters installed to replace their old one.

Watch this PBS video to find out more.

Here’s the Stop Smart Meters website.

Here is another opinion on the Smart Meter controversy.

Federal Resources for Sustainable Rural Communities —  a guide outlining programs the federal government has available to support rural communities as they promote economic development and enhance the quality of life for rural residents.  Click here to read it.

 

 

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