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Revision as of 07:51, 8 January 2015

The 'Constitution First Amendment Press Association' (CFAPA.org]) was founded in March 2014 to provide credentials and to provide a venue for a mostly anonymous association of independent American Citizen Journalists.

To quote their website: "We provide press credentials free of charge to any adult American Citizen who accepts the Constitutional Journalist’s Pledge and who agrees to CFAPA’s Member Terms and Conditions.

The founders of the CFAPA organization were Robert Henry, Rawles (a home-schooled college student) and his father, James Wesley, Rawles (a journalism school graduate from San Jose State University and the founder of The Survival Blog). They are both strong advocates of a Free Press (including Citizen Journalism), as well as advocates for all of the other unalienable rights that are spelled out in and guaranteed by The Bill of Rights."[1]

Freedom of the press is a freedom established in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution's Bill of Rights. It has no precedent in earlier history and remains, to this day, a uniquely American phenomenon.

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  1. 108 word quotation: Fair Use Source: James Wesley, Rawles (“JWR”), Blanket Conservapedia Fair Use Article Citation Authorization "You are certainly welcome to use up to three quotes of 800 words each, in any of your wiki articles." Authorization Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2014 09:46:09 -0700. Idaho, American Redoubt: The Survival Blog, 2015. The Constitution First Amendment Press Association Official Website Online. Accessed January 8. 2015.