Gives Forth "Articles of Freedom"
Instructs Congress and Each of the Several States
Civic Action by the People Planned
Next Step: "A Goodly Number of Millions" to Take Pledge
On November 21, 2009, Continental Congress 2009 concluded its 11 days of deliberating, debating and voting.
116 delegates from 48 states set out to review the Government's violations of fourteen of our Creator-endowed Rights, each of which are guaranteed by the Constitution, and how the Free could put an end to those violations.
With the knowledge that the People have exhausted their administrative and judicial remedies, - i.e., having claimed and exercised their First Amendment Right "to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances," with no legitimate response from either the Judicial, Congressional or Executive branches over the last fourteen years, the delegates met to consider their constitutional remedies.
Their emerging work product, titled Articles of Freedom, is testament to a measured, deliberative and lawful process that all Americans can be proud of. FULL STORY