We're Back and Ready for Action
The epic struggle to restore the Constitution now begins - Your action is needed NOW to secure the blessings of liberty

Bob Schulz   |   April 12, 2022

We are back and ready to apply the lessons learned from our epic, on-going struggle to restore the true meaning and power of the Petition Clause of the First Amendment.

We have developed a profound plan to restore constitutional governance in New York State.

The goal is institutionalized citizen vigilance for a single purpose -- holding Government accountable to the rule of law, which includes the New York State and Federal Constitutions and the Declaration of Independence.

As Jefferson warned, “No Government can continue good except under the control of the People.”

Here in New York State the government has stepped outside the boundaries drawn around its power, taking control of a boundless field of power.

In sum, the Plan includes 9 Regional and 62 County Coordinators, hundreds of trained Constitutional Monitors monitoring the government wherever it is making policy, a fully staffed Citizen Vigilance Center and an “army” – - a critical mass of supporting members, who stand ready to put a collective foot down, engaging in non-violent civic-action when called upon in the wake of a refusal by a government officials to provide a meaningful response to a proper Petition for Redress of its violation of the Rule of Law.

Our first order of business is aimed at getting civics education added to the curriculum at our public schools. We will Petition for Redress of Government’s violation of Section 801 of the State Education Law which reads in part:

2. The regents shall prescribe courses of instruction in the history, meaning, significance and effect of the provisions of the constitution of the United States, the amendments thereto, the declaration of independence, the constitution of the state of New York and the amendments thereto, to be maintained and followed in all of the schools of the state. The boards of education and trustees of the several cities and school districts of the state shall require instruction to be given in such courses, by the teachers employed in the schools therein.  All pupils attending such schools, in the eighth and higher grades, shall attend upon such instruction. (emphasis added).

This law, passed in the 1940s has never been followed.

For instance, the current Social Studies curriculum gives scant attention to the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution and does not even mention the NY State Constitution.

Consequently, rising generation after generation have not been anchored to our fundamental principles of liberty and freedom, limited government and equal justice for all and would not know if State and local government officials had stepped outside the boundaries drawn around their power.

This must change.

Our charters of Freedom cannot defend themselves.

It’s up to We The People. The hour is late.

Please visit the Participate page where you will be able to join with other New Yorkers determined to shift the ultimate power in our society from the Government back to the People where it was meant to reside in the first place.