Mission and Function of the CNC
The overall CNC mission is to develop the political clout needed to gain control of the Federal government by promoting cooperation and coordination among individuals and organizations who are truly concerned over America’s departure from the principles and procedures set forth in its organic Constitution (Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights) and to use this clout to restore honesty and integrity throughout America’s culture, including its governing institutions, in order to redirect the Nation’s course toward the constitution’s original intent.
The Mission of the National Leadership Team (NLT) is to provide a plan that will aid Americans in "Taking America Back" (TAB) to its lawful foundation, to interact with the leaders of other organizations in implementing the plan, and to host national level Political Action Coordinating Conferences (PACCs). See http://thecnc.org/PACCs.htm.
The Mission of the National Implementation Team (NIT) is to execute the policies, procedures, plans, and programs established by the NLT in implementing the TAB plan.
The Mission of the Objective Pursuit Teams (OPTs) is to develop and coordinate the execution of plans in pursuit of their adopted/assigned objective.
The Mission of the State, County, and Local (TAB) teams is to implement the strategies and tactics they develop, adopt or are assigned in support of the TAB and OPT plans and to do "whatever it takes" to TAB.
In addition to the specific functions described below, there are six general functions that need to be performed by every TAB team regardless of its level of operation. These are to be:
1. an educator to introduce people to the most important issues and objectives of our time and of the TAB plan;
2. a catalyst to help create the teams needed to TAB;
3. an information clearing house for individuals and organizations sharing the goal and choosing to help achieve it;
4. a synchronizer to assure timely unity of action in order to optimize the effectiveness of all participating individuals and organizations;
5. a Communications Central to insure reliable, timely, and cost effective networking at all levels of government; a PACC sponsor/host. A communications system to help registrants locate and communicate with other registrants in their county and state is available. People can register with it at www.ConstitutionClubUSA.com.
Functions of the NLT include coordinating development of the Take America Back plan; creating and staffing the NIT and national level OPTs; defining, in cooperation with other participating organizations, the concepts, policies, procedures and issues guiding the NIT and OPT efforts in implementing the plan; assisting the NIT in identifying and preparing needed written material directed at gaining the cooperation of individuals and organizations to help implement the plan; helping to raise funds to support the effort; timely acting on decision papers submitted to the NLT by the NIT and OPT team leaders; and to host semi-annual In Process Reviews (IPRs)/PACC s to assess progress, build support, and identify new problems perceived by networking organizations.
Functions of the NIT include - but are not limited to - creating and maintaining a web site, a communications system capable of reaching every team leader in the network within four hours, and a "speakers roster" consisting of people qualified to speak on behalf of the NIT on various issues and the overall plan to Take America Back; arranging for members of the speakers roster to appear on talk shows; developing and coordinating the efforts of the state, county, and local TAB teams; planning and coordinating national PACC; developing, in cooperation with the OPT leaders, the strategies and tactics to be used in pursuit of their objectives; establishing a friendly media network and providing the media outlets newsworthy information; establish and maintain a data base of CNC affiliates and a separate data base for the local TAB team communications coordinators to include their location by zip code to aid interested individuals in contacting others in their local area; maintain a list of nationwide organizations invited to help TAB and those accepting the invitation; and to assist in developing, distributing and implementing OPT plans.
OPT Functions include: preparing a detailed plan aimed at the timely and cost effective satisfaction of their particular objective; soliciting, in cooperation with all appropriate TAB teams, support for their plan; preparing pamphlets, web sites, media releases, fact sheets, and other items needed to educate and motivate people in support of the objective;
Local TAB teams are the most important element of the plan. If victory is to be, the local teams will be the victors. It’s urgent and essential a minimum of 25,000 of them be formed. Every individual and organization wanting to help Take America Back should encourage their contacts throughout the nation to join or create a local TAB team within their zip code area. The communications system at www.ConstitutionClubUSA.com provides registrants the ability to locate and communicate with others in their county and state as an aid in developing the TAB team.
Local TAB team functions include being a "watch dog" over local government groups on behalf of their community, hosting PACCs, educating everyone in their local area on the issues causing the Republican governors to allege that "Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of its jurisdiction under the Constitution and this violated rights guaranteed the people," identifying and supporting qualified political candidates, determining if their local organizational leaders (especially their veteran, religious, law enforcement, and patriotic leaders) will help TAB and notifying their constituency of their decision,
County TAB Teams consist of an elected member from each local team in the county. Major functions include: gaining control of all political parties operating in their county by working with the local TAB teams to insure knowledgeable, constitutionally committed people hold precinct committee positions; (visit http://networkamerica.org/); having one member as the point of contact for each national OPT who will be responsible for the implementation of the OPT's plan within the county; insuring one county resident is a member of each NLT approved national organization affiliating with the CNC who will be responsible for implementation of the adopted organizations plan/program; insuring the County Commissioners and all law enforcement personnel in the county (military and civilian) know of America’s problem and how they can help to solve it; identifying Mobile Information Team volunteers and coordinating their efforts as required; establish and maintain a liaison with all state and federal officials representing the county and invite them to discuss pertinent issues with the CNC teams in the County; coordinate the activities of all TAB teams in the County in the areas of education, voter registration, petition drives, and related actions; maintain an informational library and make items available to interested parties; insure every Pastor in the county is invited to participate in local or county level sponsored PACCs and to assure their congregations know of their willingness (or lack thereof) to help TAB; establish and maintain a "toastmasters" roster;
Congressional District TAB Team functions include establishing and maintaining a working relationship with federal officials representing the district; determining the position of these officials on important issues (see http://thecnc.org/Documents/Questionnaire.htm); informing voters in the district of the position of their officials on important issues; insuring an honest, constitutionally committed congressional district candidate is on the ballot in each election; assisting the State level TAB team as needed and especially in the selection and support of candidates for State wide offices and the U.S. Senate; assist in the creation of County and local TAB teams in their district;
State TAB Team functions include sponsoring PACCs for the leaders of every state wide organization engaged in the political process; establishing and maintaining contact with the governor, the state's House and Senate leadership, Congressional representatives, the state leaders of other organizations and assuring all are invited to PACCs sponsored by the state TAB team; help to develop and implement the OPT plans needed in addressing issues peculiar to the state; help develop TAB teams in each of the states political precincts; coordinate statewide voter registration and petition drives; assure qualified individuals are on the ballot for statewide offices; and sponsor statewide rallies and demonstrations in support of TAB team objectives.