Stentorian Constitution Society Foundation Purpose And Principles

Purpose

The Stentorian (Big Voice) Constitution Society is dedicated to supporting and promoting bi-polar federalism (central government/State government) with an emphasis on constitutionally limiting central government power. The Stentorian Constitution Society proudly supports President Donald J. Trump as long as he pursues policies of bi-polar federalism with an emphasis on constitutionally limiting central government power.

Principles

The Stentorian Constitution Society will effect change solely through individual constitutional amendment.

The Stentorian Constitution Society does not support or promote any legislation or regulation whatsoever.

The Stentorian Constitution Society prohibits participation in the Stentorian Constitution Society by any special interest group or individual whatsoever.

The Stentorian Constitution Society seeks the complete and absolute destruction and utter elimination of the Wilsonian pseudo-state of regulations and administrators, both at the central government level and at the State government level.

The Stentorian Constitution Society will not field, support, endorse or promote any candidate for any office whatsoever, save Stentorian Constitution Society officers. Stentorian Constitution Society officers shall consist solely of a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. No additional officers shall be appointed, elected or shall serve in the Stentorian Constitution Society.

Membership in the Stentorian Constitution Society shall consist solely of bonafide adult citizens of the United States of America who have been approved for membership by the Stentorian Constitution Society president, who shall verify applicant citizenship and majority, the Stentorian Constitution Society treasurer, who shall verify applicant payment of fees, and the Stentorian Constitution Society secretary, who shall verify the suitability of applicant background.

The Stentorian party supports and promotes State Rebellion, defined in the 25 amendments of the Palmetto Manifesto, as a start and a guidance in constitutionally limiting and defining central government power.