Sunday, July 15, 2018

2018 Constitution Association Annual Dinner, Report

By Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

The Constitution Association had a very successful fundraiser dinner last night (Saturday, July 14, 2018) in Wildomar, California, and I would like to share some pictures and video.  I would like to add, we really need monthly donors, and if you would like to give to our 501c3 and the efforts we are involved in regarding the spread of constitutional literacy and the promotion of patriotic advocacy, feel free to start a donation on our donation page.


The videos were taken by Glenn Stull of the Banning-Beaumont-Cherry Valley Tea Party, and were available live on Facebook:

As folks arrive:

Introduction, acknowledgement of certain folks in the room, Pledge of Allegiance, National Anthem, God Bless America, and the Invocation.

Douglas V. Gibbs: Rule of Law Constitutionally and through the Declaration of Independence
Robert Tyler: Rule of Law Legally

Father Josiah's incredible speech on the Rule of Law, and the answer to the question,
"Is the U.S. Constitution as secular document?"

As the folks arrived, the fun was just beginning. . . 

I was so busy (and arrived later than I wanted to) that my quick movements were
just a blur to the camera.

I welcomed everyone with a jovial launch.
Father Josiah Trenham of the St. Andrew Orthodox
Church in Riverside gave the opening prayer.
Robert (Bob) Tyler, co-founder of the Advocates for Faith and Freedom
gave a powerful speech on the Rule of Law from a legal perspective.

Father Josiah Trenham brought down the house with his speech
about the Rule of Law from a Christian perspective by
exploring the question, "Is the Constitution a secular document?"

Prior to the speakers I had given attention to my
good friend, and co-host on Constitution Radio,
Alex Ferguson.

We enjoyed a powerful rendition of the National Anthem (and funny, nobody kneeled),
and then when an encore was called for, she sang God Bless America.  Great Stuff.

We had three candidates in the room.  Tim Donnelly, Congressional Candidate
in the 8th District.

Kimberlin Brown Pelzer in the 36th Congressional District

Aja Smith from the 41st District

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