MADiSONS CONSTITUTION PROTECTION CORP

 

Conservatism comes cheaply; Constitutionalism comes with a price.

Madison’s Constitution Protection Corp. began with a volunteer staff of like minded conservatives who decided to take a stand against the decline of our Constitutionally protected freedoms and rights. As our government continues to grow, and the people become more reliant on it and less self sufficient, people have decided to surrender their liberties in favor of the “protections” the government offers. Somehow “conservative” now inspires a negative reaction. Contrary to popular belief, conservatives are not a group of crotchety old grumps saying “no” to new thoughts and ideas. To us, the definition of a conservative is “one who believes in the constitutional foundation upon which our country was built and who strives to promote personal growth and self sustainability, using honest and ethical means with minimal government involvement and obstruction.” In other words, being an honest and responsible grownup while exercising our Constitutional rights.

Conservatism is soft spoken. We don’t riot, occupy Wall Street, or gather at rallies to cheer for crude language and bully tactics. We’re too busy working, supporting our families, and being productive members of society. We are the silent majority. We are the new Conservatives and we’ve had enough. We want to give our neighbors a hand up, not a generationally dependent hand out. We support education in all forms. College, internships, trade schools, even the school of hard knocks. We believe in personal goals and that the definition of success is yours and yours alone. We give to those less fortunate, but don’t want the government redistributing our wealth. We want the government to step back so we can step up. We believe everyone deserves a fair shot and should not be held back by color, sex, race, religion, age, disability, affirmative action or hiring quotas. We believe in showing respect and exhibiting manners. We encourage honesty, being a good person, doing unto others and we think all lives matter, born and unborn.

We’ve lost our voice in the Main Stream Media so it’s time for us to unite and stand up for our Constitution. Come join us as we reclaim American values, restore common sense and protect our Constitutional rights.  We hope to bring readers in by a vast array of content and hopefully educate them on the TRUTH about our nation’s founding principles, history and current events and encourage them to become a conservative activist in their communities.  

Be a Conservative Activist and let your voice be heard.

What is our name about?

James Madison (1751-1836) was a quiet, thoughtful man who sensed that war was brewing with Britain, but preferred to fight with his brain and his pen. He studied other world governments enough to conclude that a successful new nation should have a strong federal government consisting of three equal branches and designed with a system of checks and balances to prevent abuse of power. As a representative in Congress from 1789 to 1797, he worked to draft the Bill of Rights and co-wrote the Federalist Papers, defining Constitutional principles in depth. Both Madison and Thomas Jefferson campaigned against Alexander Hamilton and the creation of a central federal bank, considering it unconstitutional. He was our fourth President of the United States. He won a second term in spite of his support of the War of 1812 to defeat the French and British efforts to undermine the new American Republic.

Madison is known as “The Father of the Constitution”, devoted to his family and his nation. His legacy was a Constitutional Republic consisting of sovereign states united in liberty under the rule of law. He feared the dangers of a foreign or domestic threat which would divide our union, equating this enemy with the evil that tempted Adam and Eve from communion with their Creator, foreshadowing the words regarding slavery by President Abraham Lincoln, in 1857: “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” And 2016 candidate for President, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who spoke of unity on April 19: “The question is whether a majority of Americans are hungry to rally around a set of principles larger than any single issue that a politician may use to divide us.”

“After [Madison’s] death, his 1834 message, Advice to My Country, was released. He had specifically requested that the note not be made public until after his passing. In part of his final political comment, he wrote: ‘The advice nearest to my heart and deepest in my convictions is that the Union of the States be cherished and perpetuated. Let the open enemy to it be regarded as a Pandora with her box opened; and the disguised one, as the Serpent creeping with his deadly wiles into Paradise.’”

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Diversity

Although conservatives are accused of being the “old white men’s club,” that couldn’t be further from the truth.  Our team includes men and women from various ages, ethnicities, backgrounds, religions and from different parts of the country.

Forward Thinking

We believe we have the right people in the right places to grow rapidly.  We are tired of being under-represented by the media and the government.  The people are screaming for a change and we aim to deliver.  Make sure you subscribe so you can follow along with our journey into radio and television broadcast.

Problem Solvers

Our team consists of quite a few experts in their field.  They’re passionate about the Constitution, their country and their families and they’re passionate about sharing their knowledge in an impactful way.  We will do the research, earn your trust and hopefully pave the way for positive change.

Customer Support

Unlike traditional media sources, we are all about YOU.  We strive to offer top level customer support at every level.  Our goal is to give you a voice where you haven’t had one before.

Our Story

We all met online through political groups on social media.  We shared the same frustrations and the same passions.  We came together to vent and learned we worked pretty well together.

  • Advocacy 25%
  • Entertainment 35%
  • News 25%
  • Customer Interaction 15%
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