Paul Zeitz> Introducing the Justice Party

A Message From Paul Zeitz: Introducing the Justice Party

December 10, 2011, 12 am    Revised: December 13, 2011, 11 pm

Paul Zeitz

Note: Please find the updated Prospectus and Action Plan here.

Introducing the Justice Party  7 December

It is my great honor as a Co-Founder and acting Chair of the Justice Party National Committee to introduce you to the newly forming Justice Party and welcome you to our new website.

Courageous Americans are joining together to create the Justice Party. Our intention is for the Justice Party to serve as a major new political party that will shape American politics in the public interest for decades to come. We seek governing authority at the local, state, Congressional, and national levels, starting in 2012 Election. We believe in the following core principles, namely:

  • We are patriots. We believe in the greatness of America’s national ideals. We believe America has an indispensable purpose in the World: to demonstrate, by example, the power of peace, freedom, equal opportunity, and justice for all;

  •  We are dedicated to bringing integrity to the intentions of founding documents of our nation: including the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. We are dedicated to advancing justice, peace, and freedom. America was founded in freedom—freedom to speak, to worship, to choose whatever path to happiness suits us best—but that freedom comes an equal responsibility to country, community, family, and the World.

  • We believe that justice-based values are what enable a free and just society to regain its strength.These values are: pragmatism tied to principle, honest and integrity, hard work and personal initiative, self-sacrifice and self-discipline, fairness and compassion, competitive striving and fair play, and a desire to serve the nation and advance justice in solidarity with the rest of the World.

  •  We believe that we should measure the nation’s progress by whether every citizen has a fair shot.We believe that all citizens should have the opportunity to advance on the basis of talent and merit, and by the degree to which we promote the common success of all of our citizens. Additionally, we believe that we should measure the nation’s progress towards addressing complex global challenges, including disease, illiteracy, climate change, poverty, and strategic insecurities as central priorities towards advancing America’s moral leadership.

  •  We believe that we should measure a citizen’s worth by contribution to country and community, not by wealth or power—that those whom America has benefited most should contribute in proportion to their good fortune—and that serving others should be esteemed more highly than serving self.

Our website is constantly being updated with new content and event information. Please feel free to read our founding prospectus, and to register for upcoming events, listed below.

I invite you to explore, learn, and inquire about the kind of World we can create by participating in the formation of the Justice Party. The Justice Party National Committee and State/Geographic Committees are committed to working with all Americans to create a World that works for everyone. Please feel free to contact me at paulzeitz.justice’at’gmail.com if I can support you in any way.

Yours in peace and solidarity for bold action now,
Paul S. Zeitz, Chair (acting), Justice Party National Committee

Republished from: Private: IT Executive Group Justice Party

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