Patriot Connectors



The Patriot Connectors is an informal, unstructured group of American Patriots, which meet to inform, discuss and learn about our country, our constitution and to further American ideals.


The belief in a God All Powerful wise and good, is so essential to the moral order of the world and to the happiness of man, that arguments which enforce it cannot be drawn from too many sources nor adapted with too much solicitude to the different characters and capacities impressed with it." --James Madison, letter to Frederick Beasley, 1825


Nick Troiano, running for Congress for the U.S.10th District of Pennsylvania as an Independent, will be the guest speaker at the September 11th meeting of the Patriot Connectors. The meetings are held in the Wallenpaupack School Library from7-9 pm. The Patriots meet every month to invite citizens of the community to learn more about how the U.S. government was formed and how it is now currently being run. Guests are able to voice their concerns, suggestions, and comments in a Forum, free and open to the public. Petitions, free literature and a lending library are available at each meeting.

Several members of the group have become elected as Wayne and Pike Republican County Committeemen and another a writer for the “Independent Gazette.” Bruce Perine’s latest column in the August 2014 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton issue was “A New Declaration”. In excerpts from his article he states, “In a mere two years, it will have been 240 years since the Great Experiment that is the United States commenced. WE have progressed from 13 backwater, remotely located colonies, to the greatest nation the world has ever seen…So what happened?.. WE obviously lost our way. WE stopped believing that character was a necessary ingredient in the people WE elected. WE went from citizen-legislators to professional politicians…WE demand a return to our Constitutional form of government, Executive and Legislative Branches that recognize the limitations placed upon them by the Bill of Rights, and a Judiciary that does not legislate from the Bench.”





◄ August     ~ September 2014 ~     October ►
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     US Treasury  Treaty of Paris    First Continental  
     Department       ending          Congress  
      est, 1789   Revolutionary         est.1774  
           War 1783      
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               Patriot     NYC made
           Connector's     temporary 
              Meeting     US Capital
              7-9 pm         1788
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        US Constitution      
          signed 1787      
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28   29   30   Notes:            
       US regular   Sept. 11
Patriot Day


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