(LAKE RIDGE, VA) – On Thursday, February 5, Citizens in Charge Foundation, a national citizens rights group, will be hosting “Government Reform at the Hands of the People: A Citizens’ Forum” at the National Press Club. A diverse group of opinion leaders with a broad range of experience will discuss how citizens can implement change. The event is open to questions from the public and media.
WHAT: Government Reform at the Hands of the People: A Citizens’ Forum
WHO: Confirmed speakers include:
(LAKE RIDGE, VA) – Citizens in Charge Foundation, a national citizen rights group, will host an event tomorrow, Thursday, January 29, 2009 in Washington D.C. to honor its newly “freed” President, Paul Jacob, and the Oklahoma Three. Last week all criminal charges against the “OK 3”were dismissed by the state of Oklahoma in its unconstitutional attempt to hinder the ballot initiative process.
WHAT: “Get Out of Jail Free” party celebrating a FREE Paul Jacob
(LAKE RIDGE, VA) – Recently the freedom of speech of Citizens in Charge Foundation, a national citizen rights group, was impeded by a local Oklahoma media outlet. For the second time, Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) shut down the foundation’s server, web page and email by declaring the organization as spammers after receiving a press release.
(LAKE RIDGE, VA) - Citizens in Charge Foundation (CICF) has posthumously awarded Paul Weyrich with the January “Lilburne Award” in honor of a life committed to strengthening citizens’ rights and individual liberties.
“Ensuring individual rights was a fight near and dear to the hearts of both John Lilburne and Paul Weyrich. Both shall be remembered for their foresight in recognizing the importance of the peoples’ right to petition their government,” said Paul Jacob, President of Citizens In Charge Foundation.
Citizens in Charge Foundation (CICF), a national group that works to educate citizens and opinion leaders on the importance of the voter initiative and referendum process, today named Colorado attorney Robert Corry as the December winner of the John Lilburne Award.
“John Lilburne struggled to establish the peoples’ right to petition their government, and Robert Corry should be remembered for his efforts to defend that right.” Said CICF President Paul Jacob.
Eric Ehst Receives November “Lilburne Award”
(Woodbridge, VA) … Citizens in Charge Foundation, a national non-profit group working to educate the public on the importance of the voter initiative and referendum process, today named Eric Ehst, executive director of the Clean Elections Institute, as the November winner of the John Lilburne Award.