The Rising and Setting Sun Chair

In 1787 at a Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin was waiting to sign a document that would hold the fate and destiny of our nation. As he stood, his eyes fell upon a carving on the back of George Washington’s chair, a carving of half a sun. He stared thoughtfully at it for a minute, then proclaimed words that would be remembered forever,

“I have often looked at that picture behind the president without being able to tell whether it was a rising or setting sun.”

“Now at length I have the happiness to know that it is indeed a rising, not a setting sun.”

The sun can continue to shine over America but its achievement rests upon you and me. Our great nation must return to its foundational form of government – a Constitutional Republic. Please join with us in our efforts to elect authentic Republican statesmen – not RINOS.