The following originally appeared on the Clarion Call to Unite Committee (CCTUC) website.
CCTUC Meeting Report for July 20th, 2013
The Clarion Call To Unite Committee hosted a very important conference call this Saturday, July 20th, at 6:30 pm (PST); I (Cody Quirk), Kelly Gneiting & Jared Beck of the National Independent American Party, Jack Brown of the Constitution Party of Oregon, Markham Robinson of the California American Independent Party, as well as Joseph Oddo of the Independent Greens of Virginia, participated on the call.
The meeting began with a opening benediction given by Markham Robinson, followed by a brief discussion of old business from the last monthly meeting by me (Cody Quirk). Afterwards the various strategies of party building, organization, and other related matters were discussed in detail, and in conclusion of a general consensus that the party leaders/participants reached soon after- it was unanimously agreed by the participants to organize a ‘Rules/Platform & Recruitment Committee’ for the CCTUC, in which both Jack Brown and Markham Robinson will largely be the leaders of this committee, and in charge of the assigned duties and tasks that were agreed upon and given to this new committee of the CCTUC to work on and meet before the next monthly meeting.
As the conference wrapped up, it was agreed to hold the next monthly CCTUC meeting on August 17th at 10:00am (PST) and in conclusion, the conference itself ended on a very productive & optimistic note, which was closed by a concluding benediction given by Jack Brown.
As a personal note on this report, I must say that this was one of the most productive meetings that the CCTUC has hosted so far, and one that has brought the CCTUC itself much closer to its goal of uniting the various constitutionalist/principled-conservative parties, and therefore bringing fellow patriots further onto the path that will soon lead to the restoration of this once great nation, it’s laws, and especially it’s virtuous freedoms.
Clarion Call To Unite Committee
Here is some past IPR coverage of the CCTUC: