Skip to comments.Minuteman Project Changes Leadership [Jim Gilchrist is OUT, Marvin Stewart is IN]
Posted on 02/26/2007 11:27:40 AM PST by RonDog
Contact: Robert Vasquez, Media coordinator
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MINUTEMAN PROJECT, Inc., CHANGES LEADERSHIP
FEBRUARY 24, 2007
"The MINUTEMAN PROJECT, Inc.," (MMP) was a concept created to defend the sovereignty of the United States of America. The organization created sought to empower American citizens in the exercise of their constitutional rights to demand redress of grievances from the government's failure to enforce United States Immigration law.
While "The MINUTEMAN PROJECT, Inc.," recognizes the efforts and contributions made by Mr. Jim Gilchrist at the inception of the organization, the MMP Board of Directors has determined that a change of leadership based on internal issues was necessary.
MMP has led the fight in this culture war being waged on the American middle-class, and in order to continue its commitment to every American citizen, today announced it will immediately implement a reorganization of internal administrative, operational, membership, and accounting policies.
MMP today asks its membership for their continued support throughout this reorganization and pledges to make the MMP a stronger, more viable, efficient and politically effective mechanism as we move forward to press for the United States Government to enforce immigration law, secure America's borders, and safe-guard American citizens from illegal aliens criminal, health, gang-related and economic threats.
Vibrant, ethical and responsive leadership is pledged to our members by current MMP President Mr. Marvin Stewart, and MMP Treasurer Ms. Deborah Courtney. "I stand committed to re-focusing the direction of the MINUTEMAN PROJECT to the goals established when this great movement first came on the scene" Mr. Stewart stated. "While others may seek to profit from an effort to secure America's borders, true patriots will draw a line in the sand whether it is against the proponents of illegal aliens, or internal foes bent on avarice and greed" Mr. Stewart concluded.
"I have pledged my time, my effort and my personal resources, to maintain what I truly believe is the only organization that can swing the ship of state back on course" Ms Courtney said. "Although we face a difficult process in the reorganization of the MMP, it is based on external forces that cannot go unchallenged" Ms Courtney stated.
hooooooo boy....politics, politics.
This sounds good.
Did they ever build a fence or pay their taxes?
I always liked Gilchrist, had him on my show, but his antics were starting to hurt this project. When the people involved become more important than the message/goal, those people need to be replaced.
Quote: One of the really fortunate aspects of the far right in America is that it is constitutionally predisposed to fracturing: the combination of latent paranoid tendencies, controlling personalities and gigantic egos makes it nearly certain that its various components can never form an effective, long-term coalition.
Different group. The fence people are with Simcox's, "The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, Inc."
Marvin L. Stewart is a former ASB Student President [1983-1984] at Compton Community College. Marvin is a former Student Advisor for the California Colleges, where he served on the California Postsecondary Educational Commission as Student Advisor for 107 California Colleges [1984-1985]. Marvin attended U.S.C., where he Majored in International Relations and Journalism and was in two certificated programs Latin American Studies and Strategic Defense Studies [1984-1985].
Marvin L. Stewart is the Founder and CEO of My Lord's Salvation Ministries Inc., and MLS Coalition Inc., As a Minister it is through these organizations that Marvin instructs Christians of their civic responsibilities in this Constitutional Republic.
Marvin served on the Board of the Minuteman Project as Director of Community Relations. Marvin is adamant about those who are elected or appointed that have a ministerial duty to enforce the laws of this nation that which they swore to do when they took their oath of office and to hold them accountable for their failure of violating their oath of office.
Marvin currently serves as President of Minuteman Project Inc.
Marvin is passionate in his opposition of those who embrace illegal immigration which undermines the rule of law and creates an environment for anarchy.
Marvin recognizes that it is the responsibility of Bible-believing Christian to be proactive in reaching out to legal immigrants with the Gospel and educating them on the core values, of the true foundation of America. This same responsibility applies to churches, schools, parachurch organizations, Christian businessmen, Christian broadcasters, and every other institution that proclaims the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
Marvin recognizes that the rate of immigrants is exceeding the rate of assimilation and the United States of America stands in grave danger of deadly consequences
Marvin works for the Department of Veterans Affairs Long Beach Medical Center as an Accounts Receivable Technician.
Marvin is a duly elected member of the County Central Committee Republican Party as a representative of the 54th Assembly District.
Marvin is a member of the United States Coast Guard.
The "Front Page" sidebar is good, too!Although I still think that "Breaking News" is BETTER. :o)
"...Vibrant, ethical and responsive leadership is pledged to our members by current MMP President Mr. Marvin Stewart, and MMP Treasurer Ms. Deborah Courtney."PING!
WOW! The fox took over the hen house. Read this for the real of the story...
well well well.... nothing on the Web site though.
well well well.... nothing on the Web site though.You KNOW that Free Republic is always first with breaking news, right?
Besides, I understand that there may be some confusion over exactly WHO is updating that website at present.
Oh thank GOD!!! For a second I thought you said MARTHA Stewart.
In some ways, she'd be a good one though. If I were coming from Mexico, I'd run back a lot faster if I thought all Americans were like Martha Stewart.
And, unlike Jim Gilchrist, Marvin Stewart has not broken his ties with the GOP, however imperfect an organization they may be.From his bio, posted above:
"...Marvin is a duly elected member of the County Central Committee Republican Party as a representative of the 54th Assembly District."
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