Conservative Groups

 

Righting Our Consent

 
 

About Righting Our Consent

Righting Our Consent is about We the People preserving  self-government.  Our members are the citizens who are fighting in the tea party movement, the Traditional American movement, and in 9-12 groups across this country to restore an actual representation of the American people by those in office.

 

Visit the Righting Our Consent website:
http://www.rightingourconsent.com

 

Conservative Groups - Righting Our Consent

 

We the People~Preserving Self-government

We are reaching out to our fellow Americans to stay involved in our responsibility to ensure that we are all vigilant citizens intent upon safeguarding our freedom and liberty.

Self-government requires that We the People give our consent on how we are to be governed and when a government acts without this consent we must act to right this wrong.

 

   

 

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Submit Articles

Our Tea Party Articles and Op-Ed pieces are written by a variety of writers with varying styles and viewpoints. We invite writers from all walks of life to write Tea Party related articles for possible publication on our site.


Submit Your Group

We invite you to submit your grassroots organization to our groups listing. For inclusion, your group must be a conservative grassroots organization.


Read the Constitution

Read the Constitution

Everyone should read the US Constitution to know the founding principles and guidelines for the government of America. If you understand the Constitution, you will see more clearly how the politicians are ignoring what they have sworn an oath to uphold.


Read the Federalist Papers

The Federalist, or more commonly known as The Federalist Papers, is a series of essays written between October 1787 and May 1788 for the purpose of convincing New York residents to ratify the proposed Constitution of the United States.


FAQs

FAQs

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Group Bio Pages

Send us a bio on your group (500 to 750 words) and we will add a complete page about your group. Our bio pages include links to your website, Facebook page, and even your YouTube channel if you have one. Your group must be a grassroots organization.