Citizens for a Christian Constitutional Commonwealth
CCCC was created to restore to America the vision of the Pilgrims and Puritans who originally settled the New World - a vision of a Christian Commonwealth concurrent with religious and other liberties.

(South Central Kentucky's Grassroot Movement)

(Lower Taxes Freedom
Less Government)

"It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself, and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country, and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be coextensive with the world, and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn.

George Washington - in a letter to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, September 5, 1789

"I know no safe depository of ultimate powers of society but people themselves; and if we think them not enlisted enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education."

~ Thomas Jefferson

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About Us

Citizens of a Constitutional Commonwealth have united together as witnesses observant to a denigration of God given rights, fiscal irresponsibility of government and an endless governmental intrusion into daily lives. As Liberty and Freedom have once again risen to the fore front regarding this Nation's objectives and new challenges, awareness of the original firm foundations of whence it began has been intentionally erased by some and forgotten by others. With threat of permanent devastation to America's heart strings, sacrifices made for the building of this Nation may be left in vain.

The purpose of this conference is to educate and equip everyday Americans in order that they may have a renewed sense of empowerment as protectors of the Declaration of Independence, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights. This conference will, arm people through discussions of States rights the history and philosophy of our founders, history and philosophy of the other movements, legislative processes, current attacks on our freedom, candidacy participation and much more.

Through the goal of empowering our fellow Americans liberty and freedom will naturally and rightfully begin to be restored. Diversity will no longer clash from the instability of indirection, but will once again know its direction through the sound foundations originally established. An educated electorate will vote responsibly, helping educate their circle of connections and influencing elected officials. We pray the first steps taken in conclusion to this conference will be the strengthening of our personal relationship with God and families, inviting our communities to do the same, while carrying on the renewed sense of empowerment to continue to protect the Declaration of Independence, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights.

We still need hosts, advertisers and vendors for this year's conference. If you are interested you can email us at or or you can use any of the contact information listed below. We look forward to another exciting and successful year, and we hope to see you there.

Richard Treitz, CCCC
Heartland Tea Party

Charles Zoeller, Organizer

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I pledge allegiance to the Kentucky flag and to the sovereign State for which it stands, and the commonwealth, blessed with diversity, natural wealth, beauty, and grace from on high. Kentucky Pledge to the Flag - KRS 2.035