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What is WTPLC?

We The People Liberty Celebration (WTPLC) is a grass roots, non-partisan, and non-sectarian movement. An invitation to We The People. Like you. Who are united in consensus. Around the legacy of our                 Founding Fathers. Their love of Freedom. Their vigilance for Liberty. To participate through year round Liberty Celebration. Purposefully designed to encourage and inspire We The People. To keep Liberty alive in our hearts. To keep We The People living in Freedom in the land.                                                               Therefore, in the spirit of liberty transformation this is the We The People Liberty Celebration movement.


Why is it called We The People Liberty Celebration?

We The People refers to our sovereign identity. According to our origins and heritage. How do we know this? We know this because our Founding Fathers identified us as We The People. We The People are the first three words in the first sentence of the Preamble to The Constitution of the United States.                  We The People identifies the patriots and people our Founding Fathers represented. Likewise,                   We The People Liberty Celebration embraces our We The People identity. As those for whom we exist.   We The People Liberty Celebration is about being a peaceful unifying consensus experience.                    An invitation to We The People. For non-partisan, non-sectarian liberty celebration. Designed to encourage We The People. To remember daily the liberty, freedoms we have. And how we " the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity..." by celebrating liberty.


Who can participate in WTPLC?

YOU. We the people. Anyone. Everyone. Those in consensus with the WTPLC Vision and Mission.


What is WTPLC's Vision and Mission?

Vision:    People with hearts transformed by Liberty Celebration throughout the nations.

Mission: A reunion of present perspectives with past patriotism for future families.    

                                    Celebrating our origins, our heritage, our Liberty.


How can I financially support WTPLC?

You can contribute to We The People Liberty Celebration through your membership fees for                         PATRIOTISM NOW. Click the link arrow below to be taken to the membership form.


How can I get involved with WTPLC?

To volunteer for We The People Liberty Celebration, simply complete the site registration form by following the link arrow below. Be sure to include how you want to help WTPLC. Thank you.


What do you mean when you say Liberty?

Thomas Jefferson said it best: "Rightful Liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within the limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others." The Founding Fathers believed wholeheartedly in the authority of Rightful Liberty, it's boundaries. In applying the authority of the peoples'                        Rightful Liberty boundaries our Founding Fathers deemed the honor and respect for them foundational to form a government respecting of the same. Hence our Constitutional Republic. Rule of Law. Laws of nature and natures God. Natural Law. Moral Law. Without which, there is no liberty.


How do we celebrate Liberty?

From our heart. Enjoying our own personal liberty celebration. Through liberty celebration educating ourselves. Through the American Heritage Calendar, American Family Reunion, FREEDOM SEASON, and other Liberty Celebration events throughout the year. As we promote the celebration of liberty 24/7/365 around the world. By gathering, decorating our houses, cars, neighborhoods, offices, streets, parks, and cities in red, white, and blue. Liberty Celebration can be held in our civic, commerce, church, social, recreational associations. And through all other organizations and affiliations. Liberty Celebration may also be shared through media, education, entertainment, and the arts.


Why does WTPLC use images with the US flag and the colors red, white and blue?

The US flag is symbolic of the fight for and then celebration of Liberty. The 13 stripes represent the 13 original colonies. Who declared their liberty. Then battled for it as true patriots. This is the same liberty that is now our liberty. We The People can see the flag. And remember the red symbolizes heartiness and valor. The white represents purity and innocence. The blue expresses vigilance, perseverance, and justice. The Founding Fathers wanted to keep the purity and innocence of We The People. However, their oppressors needed to be handled with heartiness and valor. Since their victory, liberty calls for vigilance, perseverance and justice.

A more recent restatement of the meaning of the colors is:

Red - represents the blood shed by those who fought for our freedom

White - the purity, because we are independent and hold to our ideals

Blue - a reminder that we must remain watchful and strong.


What is PATRIOTISM NOW and how is it related to WTPLC?

PATRIOTISM NOW is a national organization for every generation of principled people of virtue (identity, character, and integrity). Who can unite in consensus around maintaining true patriotism. As portrayed and declared by the Founding Fathers to " the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity...".

PATRIOTISM NOW is a service organization. Working to support causes and events that celebrate liberty. To keep the spirit of liberty alive in the hearts of We The People.

PATRIOTISM NOW supports WTPLC as a contribution source. A source for organizing volunteers to facilitate Liberty Celebration.


What do I need to do to join PATRIOTISM NOW?

Click on the PATRIOTISM NOW link here. Or in the web site menu at the top of any page. Then scroll to the bottom of the PATRIOTISM NOW page. Complete the membership form. By selecting the membership you prefer (Monthly, Annual, or Lifetime). Check the box for "I am not a robot" CAPTCHA. And click the Go to Checkout button to submit payment.


What is the Liberty Celebration Caravan?

Liberty Celebration Caravan is our effort to plant celebrations all over this country with a 50-state tour. The Liberty Celebration Caravan will have the Liberty Bell, George Washington, and guest speakers. Celebrating at stadium events, whistle stops, and other special events. The Liberty Celebration Caravan will throw a Liberty Celebration in all 50 state capitals. Several on-route in county seat towns. And as many large city venue events as we can fund.

We The People Liberty Celebration accepts as true, celebration causes transformation. Therefore, we will  hold near and dear in our hearts our Liberty Celebration transformation. What are we saying?                   As more and more people become transformed through Liberty Celebration, the word Liberty becomes the affectionate heart language associated with Celebration like Merry is to Christmas.



FREEDOM SEASON by declaration is from Memorial Day to July 4th each year. FREEDOM SEASON is a season to creatively decorate our homes, cars, neighborhoods, offices, and more. With individual expression. In red, white, and blue. As part of our Liberty Celebration. WTPLC embraces that celebration and decorating rounds off the edges of life. As it lifts the soul through individual expression. This is a time to let go of the things that can keep us bogged down in life. Allowing our hearts to be stirred in the spirit of liberty celebration throughout our preparations.  Before gathering all our family, friends, others together each year for  The American Family Reunion, July 1-4.


What is The American Family Reunion?

The American Family Reunion is a special way We The People celebrate the 4th of July.  By bringing our family, friends, others together for a family reunion July 1-4 each year. A Liberty Celebration honoring the reunion of present perspectives with past patriotism for future families. Celebrating our origins, our heritage, and our Liberty. On July 1st, we celebrate family and have an activity for celebrating liberty in our city. On July 2nd celebrating liberty in our county. On July 3rd celebrating liberty in your state. And of course celebrating liberty July 4th. Independence Day. 

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