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What we are for:

Morality, principle, work ethic, and rule of law.

That government comes only from the consent of the governed. That We The People are responsible to ordain and establish such government as we see the need to  create and preserve a just fair and moral society.

That an evil and unjust government must be removed by the peopleThat an unborn child has the same rights as everyone else.


What we are Against:

Democrats who worship the tribune god of Darwin, Freud and Marx.

Darwin said that people are animals

Freud said people should act like animals

Marxists  say “That the nature of mass terror should be encouraged.”  We see the terror building all around us, created by the race baiters and fear mongers.


    The Elites guide is the German dim bulb Hiegel. He taught that great change can only come through deliberately created great chaos.

   This is what we are seeing all around us. The World Elite  are using this fear and chaos to drive people into accepting their totalitarian and their pagan New World Order.

   These world elite want to chip you like your pets in order to control you. A “social credit score” will be uploaded onto this chip so that you will not be allowed to buy or sell unless you have displayed “proper reverence and obedience” to their New World Order.


What we Must do:

    The great Englishmen Winston Churchill once said “I have nothing to offer you but blood toil, tears and sweat.”

The darkness flees as the light approaches. We must reflect the light of Christ, driving back the fall of night upon our civilization. The parents must drive the race baiters, hate and fear  mongers, purveyors of filth out of our school boards, local and county governments.  The teachers and principles who insist on teaching this poisonous drivel to our children must be removed.

   It’s all up to us. The day is late, the sun is setting upon our society, our way of life. We must stand between the candle and the darkness, against the fall of night.

    Joseph A Gibson III

I have lived in Rockingham County since 1988 and have been a property owner since 2005 I am a former business owner I owned J Gibson Landscaping
I am un married and have 2 children ages 12 and 6 both boys
I am a Baptist and received the Lord in December of 1999

Here are the 7 points and values I stand upon:

                                     Sanctity of Life

    The pre-born child, whose life begins at fertilization, is a human being created in God’s image. The first duty of the law is to prevent the shedding of innocent blood. It is, therefore, the duty of all civil governments to secure and to safeguard the lives of the pre-born. To that end, the Constitution of the United States was ordained and established for “ourselves and our posterity.” Under no circumstances may the federal government fund or otherwise support any state or local government or any organization or entity, foreign or domestic, which advocates, encourages or participates in the practice of abortion. We also oppose the distribution and use of all abortifacients. We affirm the God-given legal personhood of all unborn human beings, without exception. As to matters of rape and incest, it is unconscionable to take the life of an innocent child for the crimes of his father. No government may legalize the taking of the unalienable right to life without justification, including the life of the pre-born; abortion may not be declared lawful by any institution of state or local government – legislative, judicial, or executive. The right to life should not be made dependent upon a vote of a majority of any legislative body. Further, we condemn the misuse of federal laws against pro-life demonstrators, and strongly urge the repeal of the FACE Acts as an unconstitutional expansion of federal power into areas reserved to the states or people by the Tenth Amendment. In addition, we oppose the funding and legalization of bio-research involving human embryonic or pre-embryonic cells. Finally, we also oppose all government “legalization” of euthanasia, infanticide and suicide.
                              Religious Freedom

    Article I of the Bill of Rights reads: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”
Our Constitution grants no authority to the federal government either to grant or deny the religious expressions of the people in any place. Both the First and Tenth Amendments forbid such tyranny. We call upon all branches of government to cease their attacks on the religious liberties of the people and the states, regardless of the forum in which these liberties are exercised. We assert that any form of taxation on churches and other religious organizations is a direct and dangerous step toward state control of the church. Such intrusion is prohibited by the Constitution and must be halted. We assert that private organizations such as the Boy Scouts of America, can determine their own membership, volunteers, and employment based on their oaths and creeds.
Traditional Family
We assert that the traditional nuclear family, consisting of one man and one woman joined by marriage, is the healthiest and most secure relationship, and form of family, in which to create a stable and prosperous environment to establish and build strong families. We believe it is the best form of family and should be encouraged by law.

                             Private Property Rights

    We affirm the Fourth Amendment right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, including arbitrary or de facto registration, general and unwarranted electronic surveillance, national computer databases, and national identification cards. We also reaffirm that civil governments must be strictly limited in their powers to intrude upon the persons and private property of individual citizens, in particular, that no place be searched and no thing be seized, except upon proof of probable cause that a crime has been committed and the proper judicial warrant issued. We assert our opposition to using Eminent Domain to take private property, through the force of government, from one private party to give to another.

                         Pro-Second Amendment

    The right to bear arms is inherent in the right of self defense, defense of the family, and defense against tyranny, conferred on the individual and the community by our Creator to safeguard life, liberty, and property, as well as to help preserve the independence of the nation. The right to keep and bear arms is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution; it may not properly be infringed upon or denied. The Constitution Party of North Carolina upholds the right of the citizen to keep and bear arms. We oppose attempts to prohibit ownership of guns by law-abiding citizens, and stand against all laws which would require the registration of guns or ammunition.

                            National Sovereignty

    The United States is properly a free and sovereign republic which should strive to live in peace with all nations, without interfering in their internal affairs, and without permitting their interference in ours. We are, therefore, unalterably opposed to entangling alliances – via treaties, or any other form of commitment which compromise our national sovereignty, or commit us to intervention in foreign wars.

                             To this end, we shall:

– Steadfastly oppose American participation in any form of world government organization, including any world court under United Nations auspices;
– Call upon the President, and Congress, to terminate United States membership in the United Nations, and its subsidiary organizations, and terminate U.S. participation in all so-called U.N. peace keeping operations;
– Bar the United Nations, and its subsidiaries, from further operation, including raising of funds, on United States territory; and
– Propose that the Constitution be obeyed to prohibit the United States government from entering any treaty, or other agreement, which makes any commitment of American military forces or tax money, compromises the sovereignty of the United States, or accomplishes a purpose properly the subject of domestic law. In this connection we specifically denounce the agreement establishing the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) and any other such trade agreements, either bilateral or regional in nature. All treaties must be subordinate to the Constitution, since the Constitution is the only instrument which empowers and limits the federal government.
American troops must serve only under American commanders, not those of the United Nations or foreign countries.


    We assert that we are opposed to Federal Aid, Foreign Aid and National health care. We deny the assumption that civil government has the authority to set wages and prices; so doing is inconsistent with principles of individual liberty and the free market.

1. Resist the rush to regulate emerging consumer options and new ideas. Regulation for regulation’s sake can stifle improvements for no good reason.

2. Seek to correct regulatory imbalances not by piling burdens on emerging marketplaces, but by lessening burdens on existing ones. Established providers may object to new competitors figuring out ways around roadblocking regulations, but the answer is to remove the roadblocks, not install new ones.

3. Expand North Carolina’s regulatory sandboxes to all industries, not Must finance and insurance. South Korea and Utah have successful regulatory sandboxes for all industries.

Government directives and people’s choices amid Covid-19 have fast-tracked the American reliance on high-speed broadband. Work from home, remote learning, and telemedicine are three big examples of this transition. At the same time, this greater reliance on broadband has heightened the rural/urban divide, prompting worries that people, patients, and students in underserved rural areas could get left behind.
Fortunately, North Carolina’s leaders have done well in recent years producing policies to help speed access to unserved areas by eliminating obstacles without playing favorites. Those include promoting collocations of facilities, boosting small wireless facilities, making trench-sharing easier (dig-once policies), and also forbidding exclusive arrangements for use of city rights-of-way. Meanwhile, as part of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) $20.4 billion Rural Digital Opportunity Fund, the FCC will spend $166.6 million to bring broadband to over 155,000 unserved areas identified across North Carolina. Practically, what it means is that while the funding is there, North Carolina will be in a race against other states for labor and materials to bring service to their unserved locations faster. The way to do that will be to have policies in place ensuring that these funds and resources are put to the most efficient and cost-effective uses possible..
With good policies regarding wireless provision already in place for North Carolina, a 2021 paper by the John Locke Foundation argued for turning attention first to utility pole attachment issues: making cost-sharing more equitable between utility pole owners and attaching entities, expediting disputes over pole attachments, and using the same FCC cable rate formula for pole attachments. In general, policymakers should stay focused on removing regulatory roadblocks, easing permitting, and otherwise letting the private sector flourish in wireless and wireline broadband provision. Sometimes, however, local officials can become convinced that government provision is the solution, but public networks are notorious for financial difficulties.
Earlier this century a handful of North Carolina cities — Wilson, Salisbury, Mooresville, Davidson, and Morganton — chose to set up municipal broadband services. In short order, however, their residents faced higher taxes and even higher electricity and water rates, as the cities were borrowing from other funds to cover their broadband network losses. In response, legislators passed the Level Playing Field Law in 2011 to protect citizens from being hit by such problems of cross-subsidization. The Level Playing Field Law also protects any existing or future service providers from facing unfair competition from governments.








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