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DARRELL CASTLE, 2008 Constitution Party Vice Presidential Candidate, & BILL LUSSENHEIDE, Constitution Party candidate for US Congress from California in the 49th district in 2010 under the AIP banner, will address the theme: "CONSERVATIVISM vs. NEO-CONSERVATIVISM: Have the Republican Party & the Media Redefined Conservative Patriotism?"
Darrell Castle served two terms as Constitution Party of Tennessee State Chairman, is serving his third term as Vice Chairman of the National Committee and two terms as Platform Chairman at the National Convention. Darrell has taught the Institute on the Constitution course and written articles and commentaries addressing national issues and analysis of current events.
Since 2005, Darrell has served on the Board of the Conservative Caucus . He served as Chairman of the National Veterans Coalition , an outreach of the National Constitution Party, in 2007.
Darrell is a member of Saint Patrick's Presbyterian Church (EPC) in Collierville, TN, where he has served as deacon and deacon chairman. In 1998, he and wife Joan founded Mia's Children Foundation, Inc., a Christian mission in Bucharest, Romania which ministers to homeless gypsy children.
Bill Lussenheide is a successful businessman and a talk show host on several large California conservative radio stations. Bill is also a speaker and lecturer at various churches and fellowships. Bill is the Treasurer for Abundant Living Ministries, a humanitarian, fully volunteer charity, that has no paid staff and uses 100% of its contributions for direct aid to the street children of Vinogradov, Ukraine (see this link).
Bill is also a member of Rock Valley Christian Church in Wildomar, CA. Contact Bill Lussenheide at Bill.Lussenheide@verizon.net and visit his web site.
Both men will also be promoting the upcoming NY General Meeting being held on Long Island on Saturday, May 30th, 2009, at the Sheraton LI Hotel, 110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, NY, where Darrell Castle will be a guest speaker. For details call (516) 496-2100.